The film titled Defamation by Israeli director Yoav Shamir is flawed in many ways but it's important for the glimpse into the paranoia of Judaism it gives to outsiders. Despite the angle of the filmmaker, persecution paranoia is not a problem only for "secular" "Jews." The rabbis and their followers have been teaching their children the "law of nature" that "Esau hates Jacob" for millennia. Abe Foxman only runs a larger, more high-tech ghetto than the rabbis of old.
While the filmmaker probes the "antisemitism" delusion, he cannot bring himself to contemplate the role which "antisemitism" paranoia has played in shaping the "Holocaust" "narrative" as it has come to be canonized, much less question any of the specific "Holocaust" claims to which the film makes reference--for instance, the Soviet wartime propaganda claim that, in the space of two days, 30,000 "Jews" dug their own grave and then waited to be shot to death at Babi Yar, an incredible tale unsupported by any material evidence. The claim that the evidence of such a massive crime could be entirely erased is even more incredible than the tale of the alleged crime itself.
And, the ADL is only one of a myriad of organizations which serve the same ends.
This film only scratches the surface of the delusion of Judaism's persecution complex, but it's a start.