"Anti-Semitism has long been present in the internal policies of Moscow ... the anti-Semitism of Stalin is similar to the anti-Semitism of Hitler ... Stalin’s attack on the Jews is a bid for support from all Fascist forces in Germany, in Western Europe, in the Near East and Latin America, looking ultimately to the conquest of America and the entire free world. As with Hitler, anti-Semitism is again being used to unite the enemies of democracy. The American Jewish Committee appeals to free men the world over to denounce this new threat to humanity"
- Declaration of the American Jewish Committee, New York City, February 1, 1953
"One Hundred and Twenty Jews Recipients of Stalin Prize in Country that Uncompromisingly Fights Anti-Semitism ... In the years preceding the second World War, the Soviet Union uncompromisingly classed anti-Semitism as a particularly crude variety of international fascism. And during the Second World War itself, the Soviet's fight against anti-Jewish racialism was one of the main aspects of the Red Army's exploits. ... Special measures to counteract Nazi-fomented prejudice [i.e. antisemitism] were initiated in December 1944 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, including the use of films and other educational devices."
- Henry Frankel, Foreign Affairs Dept. of the American Jewish Committee, 1946