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Hatewatch Headlines 4/26/2017

Trump reassures mayors on ‘sanctuary cities’; CBP cases involving Muslims skyrocket; Twitter is awash in anti-Semitic messages; and more.

Politico: Trump reassures mayors that he will be applying a narrow definition of ‘sanctuary cities’ for executive order.

Islamophobia Monitor: Customs and Border Protection cases involving Muslims skyrocket by 1035% in a year.

AlterNet: The stain of anti-Semitism on the Trump White House won’t be going away anytime soon. There are more anti-Semitic messages on Twitter than on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube combined.

Huffington Post: Former neo-Nazi says it’s on white people to fight white supremacy.

Associated Press: White-power groups are consolidating their numbers, but for how long?

The Daily Beast: Meet the Republican lawmaker who secretly created Reddit’s woman-hating ‘red pill.’

USA Today: Breitbart News’ application for Senate press credentials is set aside.

Oregonian: Marine charged with hate crime for harassing, assaulting Iraqi server at Portland restaurant.

Phoenix New Times (AZ): John Guandolo returns, and police association comes under fire for hosting Islamophibic training.

NBC-4 New York: Police report that vandal spray-painted a giant ‘X’ on doors of Queens Islamic Center.

NBC-7 San Diego (CA): Vandal targets North Park Muslims with hateful graffiti message.

Right Wing Watch: Voter ID law would have stopped just one case of voter fraud in North Carolina.

Dallas Morning News: A portrait of daily life as a member of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang.

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