Wikipedia on the subject.
The Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism is a part of the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Affairs (DRL) at the United States Department of State. It is headed by the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism (SEAS). The office "advocates U.S. policy on anti-Semitism both in the United States and internationally, develops and implements policies and projects to support efforts to combat anti-Semitism."
The Office was created by the Global Anti-Semitism Review Act of 2004. Gregg Rickman was sworn the first SEAS on May 22, 2006. The office has remained opened since the beginning of the Obama administration. On November 23, 2009 a new special envoy, Hannah Rosenthal was sworn into office by Obama administration. Rosenthal is former head of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, and former executive director of the Chicago Foundation for Women.
There is no department to protect American interests and American citizens, however.
Interestingly, there is no department to protect african, European, moslem or any other ethnic or religious group.
Lets delve in, shall we?
Law web page at Cornell University, fragments (you are encouraged to read the whole short page at Cornell):
22 USC § 2731 - Monitoring and combating anti-Semitism
(a) Office to Monitor and Combat anti-Semitism
(1) Establishment of Office
The Secretary shall establish within the Department of State an Office to Monitor and Combat anti-Semitism (in this section referred to as the “Office”).
(b) Purpose of Office
Upon establishment, the Office shall assume the primary responsibility for—
(1) monitoring and combating acts of anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic incitement that occur in foreign countries;
The Special Envoy shall consult with domestic and international nongovernmental organizations and multilateral organizations and institutions, as the Special Envoy considers appropriate to fulfill the purposes of this section.
What we have here is an office of State Department whose function is to support Jews worldwide. In pursuit of this function, its officials can meet and work with officials from other countries, independently from other State Department organizations.
State Department Official Page:
Monitoring and Combating Anti-Semitism
The Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism advances U.S. Foreign Policy on anti-Semitism. Anti-Semitism is discrimination against or hatred toward Jews. The Special Envoy develops and implements policies and projects to support efforts to combat anti-Semitism.
The Special Envoy was established by the Global Anti-Semitism Review Act of 2004, and is a part of the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL). DRL produces the State Department's annual reports on Human Rights Practices and International Religious Freedom, and the Special Envoy provides input on anti-Semitism for these reports.
So what have they been up to?
Travel to Hungary
July 19-22: Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal was in Hungary met with Hungarian Government officials, Parliamentarians and representatives from the Jewish and Roma communities
Yes, the poor gypsies, hated by all Europeans, for absolutely no reason at all other than bigotry and the general evilness of White people.
Travel to Germany
July 9-12; 15-19: Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal visited Germany, where her father was honored by the City of Mannheim, she participated in the Centropa Teachers Academy, and met with German government officials, non-governmental organizations, and youth in Berlin.
Meeting the anti-fa and other assorted PC fascists in Germany and giving encouragement to youth organizations.
The previous head honcho was one Gregg Rickman (a non Jewish last name if I ever saw one, n'est ce pas?).
Here is his biography:
Gregg Rickman was sworn in as the Secretary of State’s Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism on May 22, 2006. In this position, he is responsible for the global monitoring of acts of anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic incitement and the creation of policies to combat such acts.
From 1995-1998, he directed the three-year United States Senate Banking Committee investigation,
And what a good job he and his ilk have done investigating our (well, calling banksters "our people" is STRETCHING the truth a bit, as they themselves consider themselves NOT of our people and are a separate racial/religious cult) own beloved banksters!
including five Congressional hearings, into the disposition of assets of Holocaust victims held by Swiss banks since World War II, ending with a $1.25 billion settlement on behalf of the survivors.
Ah, the crux of the matter!
As to whether ANY Holocaust survivors have gotten any of these monies, please peruse my previous research, The Holocaust Industry.
He has served as the Director of Congressional Affairs at the Republican Jewish Coalition, where he worked on legislative issues of concern to the Jewish community including anti-Semitism, counter-terrorism, and immigration.
The issue that are the most important to elite Jews are anti-semitism, counter-terrorism AND IMMIGRATION.
How much clearer does it need to be spelled out?
Most recently, he served on the staff of the House International Relations Committee where he served first on the Subcommittee on the Middle East and Central Asia and handled numerous issues including anti-Semitism and Holocaust restitution
Please give me any other ethnic and/or religious group which has its own department concerned with its welfare at our(?) American (???) State Department.