Jewish Community Isn’t Liberal: Anti-Defamation of Liberals

by Ronn Torossian | June 22, 2012 12:01 am

The recent groundbreaking UJA poll on the Jewish community showed that 74% of all NYC Jewish Children are Orthodox, explosive growth in the Orthodox & Hasidic communities, and a dramatic decline in Jewish observance amongst reform & conservative Jews.: : Undoubtedly, the Jewish community today is much more conservative on issues — and likely to become even more so with age demographics.

One wonders if the Anti-Defamation League and other Jewish Establishment organizations read the survey — and will the Jewish establishment recognize this trend and actually serve the “community” they claim to care so much about?: The: Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is a major Jewish human rights organization that has done much good work.: : But if their purpose is devoted to combating anti-Semitism they must remember they aren’t the Jewish wing of the Democratic Party.

In the year 2012 alone, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL):

One wonders if ADL stands for Anti-Defamation (of) Liberals?

If the ADL and other Jewish communal leaders are aware of the demographic shifts in our community, how can they continue to push such liberal divisive viewpoints?: : The Jewish community of the past may be focused towards: the Democratic Party and liberalism, but today’s Jews are conservative, religious — and if the ADL wants to represent Jewry they better wake up.

It is incumbent upon all of the Jewish community to recognize the words of: Ze’ev Jabotinsky[1]: the great Zionist leader who said: “Silence is despicable, it leads to a loss of flesh and blood.”

Jews today are proud, conservative and religious — that doesn’t mean liberal and democratic.

Ronn Torossian[2]: is CEO of 5WPR, a leading: US PR firm[3].: : He is a board member of numerous Jewish non-profit organizations and past president of Betar, the movement of: Ze’ev Jabotinsky[4].

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