"... the ADL joined three other American Jewish organizations—the American Jewish Committee, B'nai Brith International, and the Jewish Institute of National Security Affairs—to deliver to Congress a written plea from the Jews of Turkey that the U.S. not recognize the Armenian Genocide ..."
... a number of Jewish groups are pressing Congress not to recognize the Armenian genocide of the early 20th century. They are opposing bills in both the House and Senate that would formally recognize it ...
The four Jewish groups that presented the case to Congress, on behalf of the Turkish Jewish community, were the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), B’Nai Brith, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) and the American Jewish Committee (AJC) ...
For Jews too the memory of Amalek remained alive in sometimes surprising ways, one of which was the curiously long-lived link between the Armenians and Amalek that began in the tenth century and continued well into the nineteenth ... (Elliot Horowitz, Reckless Rites, Princeton University Press, p.122)
Amalek ... the one against whom war should be waged until his memory be blotted out forever—became in rabbinical literature the type of Israel's arch-enemy. (Jewish Encyclopedia, "Amalek")