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This past Saturday a South Dakota state Senator and congressional candidate was recorded saying that a terrorist attack in the United States could help his campaign in the upcoming June primary.
American courts and media outlets treat individuals who are perceived as Muslim and accused of ideologically-motivated violence differently
A woman who brought her three children along with her to an ugly, hate-fueled incident at an Arizona mosque earlier this month has been hit with charges of child endangerment in addition to other charges.
The following is a list of activities and events of anti-Muslim organizations. Organizations listed as anti-Muslim hate groups are designated with an asterisk (*).
A Virginia man who was accused on Friday of threatening to kill a U.S. congressman described himself as a “natural born conservative” in a lawsuit last year and appears to have a Facebook account where he expressed anti-Muslim and conspiratorial views as well as posted memes supportive of President Donald Trump.
Anti-Muslim activist John Guandolo recently caused an uproar on social media after he tweeted a picture of an unsuspecting Southwest Airlines employee and accused them of being a “sharia-adherent” Muslim.
A mosque in western Washington has been extensively damaged by fire for a second time in 14 months, and a spokesman says he believes it’s arson-caused.
On March 14, the Alabama House Judiciary Committee failed to advance SB7, a bill that would “provide for expanded civil liability for injuries resulting from acts of terrorism.”
Two women affiliated with the group Patriot Movement AZ (PMAZ) were arrested Thursday, March 15, on felony charges with a possible hate crimes enhancement for an incident earlier this month at a mosque in Tempe, Arizona.