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Hatewatch Headlines 10/1/2018

Alt-right targets kosher products; Kavanaugh becomes hero to incels; Clash at Kent State produces four arrests, violence; and more.

Reveal News: The alt-right’s newest target is kosher products.

Daily Beast: Brett Kavanaugh has become a hero to the incel community, thanks to claims of high-school virginity.

Right Wing Watch: Anti-LGBT hate group praises Judiciary Committee vote approving Kavanaugh.

Cleveland.com: Four arrested at Kent State open-carry gun walk after tense standoff between gun activists, counter-protesters, police.

Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY): Group of anti-leftists harass meeting of Democratic Socialists at local restaurant.

Washington Post: Which immigrant groups face the most backlash, and which nativist groups promote it?

Los Angeles Times: Hyatt Hotels CEO announces it won’t rent to hate groups after ACT for America controversy.

New York Times: Text messages to Jewish voters inflame racial tensions in Florida governor’s race.

Media Matters: California GOP candidate Diane Harkey touted endorsement from bigoted ‘Minuteman’ group.

USA Today: Federal judge orders Korean adoptee deported because of disparity in state, federal rules.

Wicked Local Arlington (MA): Arlington police charge Somerville man with hate crime following cell-phone altercation.

12 News (Phoenix, AZ): Court documents show Aryan Brotherhood member’s murder was ‘green lit’ after robbery.

The Conversation: In Central Europe, heavily armed militarized societies are on the march.

EU Observer: Two ultra-nationalist parties in Europe lose their EU funding source for failing minimum conditions.

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