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Simon Wiesenthal Center
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Over the last year, the programs and services provided by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, including it''s Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles and the New York Tolerance Center, have impacted greatly on people the world over.

Ever Again, the newest documentary from the Center''s two-time Academy AwardTM-winning Moriah Films, has been seen by close to 25,000 people worldwide. The film examines the resurgence of violent antisemitism and terrorism and exposes the dangerous Islamic extremism and culture of death being preached from the mosques of Europe’s major cities.

Digital Terrorism and Hate 2006, the annual interactive report produced by the Center, focuses on over 6,000 websites and details how the Internet has become a virtual university for terrorism and has emerged as the nerve center for training, recruitment, and terrorist activities in the Middle East. This year, for the first time, Digital Terrorism is available in English, French and Spanish and has been distributed to government agencies, community activists, educators, and members of the media.

Response Magazine, the Simon Wiesenthal Center''s publication, is sent to Center members, government officials, and members of the media and details the Center''s vast social action agenda and its programs throughout the world.

The Center''s educational arm, the Museum of Tolerance, has had nearly 350,000 visitors this past year including 130,000 youth. As part of it''s Tools for Tolerance program, 7,000 members of Law Enforcement have participated in cutting-edge training for frontline providers. Landmark exhibitions displayed in the Museum have included: Simon Wiesenthal: The Conscience of the Holocaust; Liberation; Lawyers Without Rights; and Witness to Truth - A Tribute To Our Holocaust Survivors. Through the Museum''s Arts and Lectures programs, films on varying subject matters have been screened and lectures by distinguished authors have been attended by the public.

The New York Tolerance Center, in the heart of Manhattan, is the only training facility of its kind for professional training and youth education with over 5,000 people particpating in the programs provided.


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