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Topic - Abraham H. Foxman
The hiring of a Jewish filmmaker and civil-rights activist to head a chapter of the nation's largest Muslim advocacy organization is being greeted with caution by pro-Israel advocates.
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Fifty years ago Thursday, the fourth child from a family of Italian sharecroppers convened a epochal meeting of Roman Catholic Church leaders designed to "open the windows" of the nearly 2,000-year-old institution and let some of the modern world's "fresh air" inside.
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There is an awful lot of blowzy thought swirling around the proposed mosque to be raised two blocks from Ground Zero in lower Manhattan. Frankly, I doubt that at any other time in our history, such a debate would be taking place. People would know that when thugs intoning "Allahu Akbar" have slaughtered hundreds of innocent Americans on American soil, it is inappropriate to raise a mosque nearby.
Sensibilities on the trail
Abraham H. Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, who said in a statement that he's taking a wait-and-see approach.
"Time will tell. The fact that he is Jewish does not indicate, necessarily, a change of attitude and activity at CAIR," said Mr. Foxman. "Unfortunately, there are Jews who are anti-Jewish and anti-Israel. Bender's views that are already on the record are not encouraging. But we will wait and see."