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John Guandolo — a disgraced ex-FBI agent turned anti-Muslim activist — will be in Rapides Parish, Louisiana next week, to train law enforcement. Guandolo, who runs a “strategic and operational training & consulting” group named Understanding the Threat, travels the country ostensibly teaching LEOs at every level of government how to seek out terrorist cells in their area. Guandolo’s trainings instead serve as anti-Muslim witch-hunts, often times targeting and vilifying local Muslim leaders.
A Kansas man is in jail on murder and attempted murder charges after allegedly shouting “get out of my country” and racial slurs before firing a handgun Wednesday evening in a crowded sports bar in suburb of Kansas City.
Last June, six months after paying a visit to the occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Washington State Representative Matt Shea organized a chapter of the anti-Muslim hate group ACT For America in Spokane, Washington.
At press conference, president tells one reporter to sit down after asking, and then blames incidents on ‘the other side.’
Investigators now say an arsonist set fire to Texas mosque, but they stop short of labeling the fire a hate crime.
Once again taking its cues from the anti-Muslim movement, the Trump Administration is reportedly weighing options to designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization.
A man who posted anti-Muslim rants online before setting fire to a mosque in Fort Pierce, Florida, on the anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, now faces 30 years in prison.
The racist right is erupting with rage against federal judges who have blocked President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning Muslims from seven countries and barring Syrian refugees.