Remember those who were lost and suffered
"Looking Back to Kristallnacht, and Anti-Semitism Today"
Kenneth Jacobson is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the formulation of policy and its implementation. Previously, Mr. Jacobson served as ADL’s Director of International Affairs. In that position he monitored and analyzed events affecting Jews in the Middle East, Europe and Latin America, and oversaw the ADL Jerusalem Office, which assesses first-hand issues surrounding the Arab-Israeli conflict, as well the League’s presence in Vienna and Moscow.
Mr. Jacobson is the author of numerous publications, including The Protocols: Myth and History; The Middle East: Questions and Answers; The Middle East “Post” Lebanon, and U.S. Aid to the Middle East: A Look Back, A Look Ahead. His articles have appeared in such prestigious publications as The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and Newsday. He is also author of the annual article on U.S.-Israel Relations in The American Jewish Yearbook. He has spoken before a variety of audiences and media outlets, not only in the United States, but in Russia, Germany, Israel and South Africa.
A graduate of Yeshiva University, where he earned the degree of Bachelor of Arts in history and Hebrew literature, he also holds a master’s degree in American history from Columbia University.