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Jonathan S. Tobin
November 1, 2021
Neo-Nazis are not a political metaphor
A dirty trick backfired. But the willingness to excuse using the frightening images of Charlottesville as a partisan ploy makes a mockery of discourse on anti-Semitism.
String of anti-Semitic incidents in Austin leaves Jewish community unsettled
October 25, 2021
A member of the anti-Semitic Goyim Defense League stood atop a highway overpass not too far from the Dell JCC, gave the Nazi salute and unfurled a banner that read “Vax the Jews.”
Neo-Nazi’s ashes buried in Jewish musician’s plot in Germany
October 19, 2021
Anti-Semitism official Samuel Salzborn in Berlin filed a criminal complaint, saying “it is obvious that right-wing extremists deliberately chose a Jewish grave in order to disturb the eternal peace through the internment of a Holocaust denier.”
Federal prosecutors seek terror label for neo-Nazis who eyed Jewish lawmaker
October 4, 2021
Patrik Jordan Mathews, who pleaded guilty to four counts, could face 50 years in prison. Brian Mark Lemley Jr. pleaded guilty to seven counts that could result in a maximum of 70 years behind bars.
Seattle court convicts neo-Nazi leader of five felonies for threatening journalists, ADL
October 1, 2021
Kaleb Cole, 25, of Montgomery, Texas, was convicted of conspiracy, three counts of mailing threatening material and one count of interfering with a federally protected activity.
Athens Democracy Forum highlights rise in anti-Semitism as it marks Babi Yar massacre
September 30, 2021
“Neo-Nazi groups are trying to re-emerge, and their popularity has increased with the economic crisis. We see them as criminals who deny the Holocaust and promote neo-Nazi ideas; they have no place at all in Greek society,” said Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias.
Jewish man faces attack in Australia while walking with son to synagogue
September 3, 2021
“When I looked into his eyes they were filled with hate towards me,” said the 48-year-old victim.
September 3, 2021
Accosted by a hater: What would you do?
We are bound to engage in soul-searching about how we might balance the duty to our own safety and the safety of those in our care with the impulse to defend our integrity from those who want to humiliate us.
Neo-Nazi gets three years in prison for threatening ADL, journalists
August 26, 2021
Cameron Shea, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to commit three offenses: interference with federally protected activities due to religion, mailing threatening communications and cyberstalking.
Swastika stickers placed on Alaska Jewish Museum and Anchorage bar
May 27, 2021
The white stickers, which say “We are everywhere” and include the Nazi symbol in the middle, were first discovered at a bar called “Mad Myrna’s,” and later in the day, at the Jewish museum.
British neo-Nazi on trial says Jews a ‘cancer,’ encouraged their extermination
May 11, 2021
Andrew Dymock, 23, of Bath, is accused of being part of the now-banned extremist groups System Resistance Network (SRN) and Sonnenkrieg Division.
Argentinian journalist exposes anti-Semitic, neo-Nazi groups in Latin America
April 12, 2021
Julio López’s goal is to educate social-media platforms that they need to approach hate speech differently—not group all Spanish-speaking countries together, but understand them as individual entities with different cultures and histories when it comes to the problem.
Yom Hashoah 2021
Neo-Nazis interrupt Yom Hashoah event hosted by Israeli ambassador to Italy
April 9, 2021
Reprimanding the hackers on video was Professor Milena Centrini, who told the hackers: “How dare you use this symbol of death?”
E-commerce platform sells Nazi-glorifying merchandise, despite removal request
April 6, 2021
“Anti-Semitism continues to be a pervasive threat; T-shirts and coffee mugs that feature neo-Nazi symbols and Hitler icons make this danger clear,” said David Ibsen of the Counter Extremism Project.
Spain’s Jewish communities insist on investigation into neo-Nazi rally
February 16, 2021
A neo-Nazi identified in a video as Isabel Peralta tells the crowd in Spanish that “the enemy is always going to be the same albeit wearing different masks—the Jew.”