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Longtime anti-Muslim figure Daniel Pipes and his group the Middle East Forum (MEF) recently took credit for financing a rally in London last month in support of English far-right provocateur Tommy Robinson (aka Stephen Yaxley-Lennon).
The bulk of a lawsuit against a group of alt-right activists, neo-Nazis and racists stemming from the deadly “Unite the Right” rally can go forward after a federal judge concluded that a group of Charlottesville residents “plausibly alleged” a conspiracy to engage in racial violence among the groups.
An Ohio man has pleaded not guilty to more than two dozen federal hate crime charges stemming from the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017.
Hate crimes reported to police in America’s 10 largest cities went up by 12.5 percent in 2017, according to a new analysis, making it the fourth consecutive year U.S. hate crime reports in those areas have increased.
Patriot Prayer buses in activists from around the country, gets them into a fighting mood, and then tries to confront their opposition. It ends badly.
After five people were gunned down in their own newsroom, the normally feisty editorial page of the Capital-Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, went silent Friday.
Human rights activists in North Idaho have confronted the Aryan Nations, the stigma of Ruby Ridge, Phineas Priest bank bombers and assorted other white supremacists. They’ve seen racist flyers, billboards, parades and cross-burnings.
Now, they’re dealing with racist robocalls and vile, antisemitic podcasts.
The First Freedom, a stalwart publication of the neo-Confederate movement, appears to be nearing its demise.