Germany's anti-Islam PEGIDA movement took nearly 10 percent of the vote in mayoral elections in its eastern stronghold of Dresden, a better-than-expected result for a group whose weekly demonstrations have steadily dwindled.
Ursula Haverbeck is know facing criminal hate speech charges after debating how many Jews died in the Holocaust on national television.
The Jewish press is always filled with reports of "anti-semitism". An epithet here, a swastika there.
Nationalists are planning a major demonstration against Jewish Privilege in Golders Green, the heartland of the jew community of London – on the first Shabbat in July, writes Jenni Frazer.
Two students from Ryerson University’s Journalism program were barred from attending an event organized by the ‘Racialized Students’ Collective’ because they are white.
The Nazi-hunting Simon Wiesenthal Center urged Croatia to stop paying pensions to people who served in the country's WWII "Nazi-allied" armed forces, labelling the policy an insult to the jews.
One of the world's most-wanted alleged "Nazi war criminals" has died aged 93 in Canada.
A brand of ice cream cone is readily available in India which is named after Adolf Hitler.
Felix Kiprono, a lawyer in Nairobi, Kenya, has his eye on someone special: Barack Hussein Obama's daughter Malia.
Google Maps is now somewhat racist: when you focus on the map of Washington DC and type “nigger House”, the map will take you to the White House.
Russian investigators opened a criminal case against a 16-year-old who allegedly "expressed admiration for the Nazi invasion".
Dmitry Rogozin, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, took to Twitter to clear up some confusion: “Russia does not threaten the West.
Somebody left raw pork outside of a Jewish Holocaust memorial and it has resulted in a major police investigation.
An assistant principal from Sydney's west, who has been charged with alleged child grooming offences and possession of child abuse material, had reportedly said he'll give $2000 to anyone who could expose the identities of those who impersonated him online.
Jew neighbors in a north Flint neighborhood are perplexed and bothered by large Swastika and Confederate flags flying outside a home.
Palestinians in the West Bank who commute to Israel to work will be banned from riding the same buses as Israelis to return home, a defence ministry official said.
Robert Chardon, mayor of the French town of Venelles has been sent to a psychiatric hospital after voicing a negative opinion of Islam.
Hundreds took part in a march to mark the anniversary of the formation of the Ukrainian Waffen-SS division, which fought for the Third Reich against the Soviet Union during World War II, in the city of Lvov in the western Ukraine.
A government-convened international conference on anti-Semitism in Jerusalem issued an action plan calling for Internet censorship as a remedy for anti-Jewish sentiment.
A West African man who attempted to rape a woman just nine days after arriving in the United States has been sentenced to ten years in prison.
Nyköping District Court sentenced a 18-year old Muslim man to 150 hours of community youth service for the rape of a 12-year-old girl, Swedish Television reports. It was last summer that, the then 17-year-old man, which according to Exponerat, is named Abdihakim Awil Yusuf, met the 12-year-old girl via Facebook.
Austrian prosecutors have charged the owner of a basement filled with NS paraphernalia as a "Nazi sympathizer" after his collection featured in a documentary film by director Ulrich Seidl last year.
The Nordic Resistance Movement’s Fight Group 2 hung a giant flag from a high-rise crane last night – and filmed it from a drone!
The scene took place in Gullmarsplan, Stockholm. While Sweden is one of the most doomed countries, Nordic Resistance Movement is one of the most dedicated and hardcore nationalist movements in Europe – showing that the worse things get, the more backlash there is.
A proud racist who dressed up in a Ku Klux Klan outfit has been jailed again over racist rants on Facebook.
Police have arrested dozens of nationalists Friday after they interrupted a May Day demonstration and injured several people in the German city of Weimar.
Wits University SRC president Mcebo Dlamini is unapologetic about his comment that he loved Adolf Hitler despite an outcry from others on the campus.
A white nationalist charged with killing a gay supervisor at a community college said he did so because he hates homosexuality.
The Moscow prosecutor’s office has opened a criminal investigation into the sale of figurine soldiers in Nazi regalia at the Russian capital’s most renowned children’s store.
Researchers from Leeds University have taken the 2011 census data and tried to “fast-forward” it to 2051, to see what kind of country the children of the future may be living in.
Bahar Mustafa, the Welfare and Diversity officer for Goldsmiths Students’ Union, must have a strong sense of irony.
A New Black Panther Party leader using the name General Taco said members of the New Black Panther Party will hunt down and kill white people.
Hundreds of Golden Dawn supporters, family, and ordinary people gathered spontaneously without any kind of mobilization, outside the trial location.
A bunch of South African Blacks are apparently bigoted towards other Black African migrants after attacking them with machetes.
In the last few years, hundreds of thousands of Black and Arabic illegal immigrants have been pouring into Italy and Spain.
A Long Island school district says it is investigating pictures taken at an off-campus house party that appear to show high school students wearing t-shirts with swastikas on them.
Hundreds of people from Iran and around the globe submitted entries for the Islamic Republic's Second International Holocaust Cartoon Contest.
"839 artworks have also been sent to the secretariat, 686 of them have been sent to the cartoon section and 153 more are related to caricature section," Secretary Masud Shojaei-Tabatabaii told the Fars News Agency, marking the 2nd time since 2006 that the country has held the contest.
“Forty years ago when I came to Holland, it never, ever happened that someone would call me in the street a dirty Jew or curse me because I’m Jewish, visibly Jewish. Today it’s normal,” said Rabbi Benjamin Jacobs, the leader of Holland’s substantial Jewish population, numbering 30,000.
Dozens of Israel's municipal chief rabbis signed on to the ruling, which comes just months after the chief rabbi of Safed initiated a call urging Jews to refrain from renting or selling apartments to non-Jews.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe walked away from a group of journalists in South Africa commenting "I don't want to see a white man", television footage showed Friday.
The government said last year that the risk of crime was decreasing.
A 71-year-old doctor from Austria has been sentenced to one year’s house arrest for "Holocaust denial".
The uniform of Hermann Goering, who founded the Gestapo and was commander of the Luftwaffe, is for sale at £85,000.
football soccer club is under media attack after fans chanted their Jew-hatred during a match with a team from Amsterdam.
Bosnian soccer fans joined a pro-Palestinian demonstration in Vienna and shouted anti-Semitic epithets in one of the city’s central plazas.
On page 7 of the Gorey Guardian, a print and online newspaper for the town of Gorey in Ireland, they have ran an article about how the Guardian’s own office had White Genocide posters stuck to the door during the March 21st “March Against White Genocide”.
Israel is set to force illegal African migrants to choose between leaving to a "safe third-party" country in Africa or face imprisonment in the Negev desert, the interior ministry said.
The expulsion of the Jews under King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella in 1492 is just one of over 100 instances of Jewish expulsion by a European nation.
Campus police are investigating after swastikas were found in a dormitory building at Northeastern University early Sunday morning.
A two-volume set of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf and a handwritten address-change document he filed with the police in Vienna in 1909 attracted zero bids in an online auction that ended Thursday, but the Mein Kampf sold just a few hours later for $43,750.
Police say there is little that can be done against a man who made a NS salute while urinating on a memorial in a former concentration camp.
The General Secretary of the Popular Association – Golden Dawn made the followings statements on March 23rd, 2015.
Neo-Nazirallies and PR activities in Sweden, including putting up stickers, have rocketed by 20 percent in the last 3 years, reaching record heights, despite a decline in the number of far-right organizations, the anti-racist Expo Foundation says.
A Saturday night tweet to a journalist led to a 112 call (the Dutch equivalent to a 911 call).
On Saturday March 21st, National Action staged a demonstration in Newcastle – White Man March.
At a university in South Africa, someone put up pictures of Adolf Hitler on buildings across campus.
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