ADL Fat Banner September 24, 2014

The Anti-Defamation League today condemned the attack of a Newark-area man targeted because of his neurodevelopmental disorder by three Delaware teenagers, and called for long-term solutions to address bias and bullying in the community. The teens were initially charged with offensive touching, assault of a vulnerable adult and conspiracy in the third degree. They are now charged with a hate crime, crime against a vulnerable adult, abuse of an impaired adult and other related offenses….
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ADL Fat Banner September 12, 2014

The Anti-Defamation League today condemned an act of hate-filled graffiti in Philadelphia which included swastikas painted on the storefront of a Kosher butcher shop in Northeast Philadelphia. The League applauded the Philadelphia Police Department for its quick and responsive actions investigating the incident….
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ADL Fat Banner September 10, 2014

The Anti-Defamation League today applauded Temple University officials, local law enforcement, and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office for their investigations in connection with the assault of a Jewish student at Temple University. Charges have been filed against Temple University student Abdel Aziz Jalil for allegedly assaulting another Temple University student, Daniel Vessal, during Templefest on August 20….
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September 4, 2014

A Temple University spokesman said that new witnesses had emerged and police were still investigating an Aug. 20 assault on a Jewish student by a pro-Palestinian supporter. ADL Regional Director Nancy Baron-Baer quoted….
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ADL Fat Banner August 25, 2014

The Anti-Defamation League is deeply troubled and shocked by allegations that a Jewish student at Temple University was assaulted at Templefest, a campus activities fair. The circumstances call for a full and swift investigation by the University and law enforcement. We also urge the University to make it clear that anti-Semitism and any form of bias, harassment, or intimidation will not be tolerated and to take measures to ensure an environment in which students from a wide range of religious and cultural backgrounds can have exchanges in a context of mutual respect….
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