A Jewish Yankee fan is alleging officials for the Bronx Bombers failed to investigate his complaint against a man who tauntingly grabbed his yarmulke of his head during a September 12 game.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is being trolled by anti-Semitic Donald Trump supporters — again.
Jimmy Marr, who the ADL calls an anti-Semitic white supremacist is driving a truck emblazoned “Jew Lies Matter” and and a swastika up and down the highway.
Brooklyn Commons is a neighborhood gathering space. It says its purpose is “movement building,” but the organization dedicated to fostering connection found itself attacked by its own allies days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
A progressive gathering space in Brooklyn is sticking by its decision to host a talk by a conspiracy theorist scheduled for the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks.
(JTA) — A British lawmaker who was suspended from the Labour party for anti-Semitic comments posted on social media is being investigated by police. Naz Shah, who was readmitted to the party in July, could be charged with inciting religious hatred, an offense punishable by up to seven years in prison, the Daily Mail reported…
The picture of the policeman began to circulate around the internet after Evan Matthews, a Philadelphia resident, posted the picture, along with an explanation of why he thought the tattoo was referencing Nazism, on Facebook.
“Donald Trump Jr retweeting Kevin MacDonald will send some (((people))) bananas. Cheers!” replied @Harampepe.
The sites sell the Hungarian edition of a book by a Swedish author that denies that the Nazis committed genocide and makes excerpts available to read on-line.
The internet — the cradle of 21st century white supremacy — has become something of a staging ground for a schism within the alt-right: to become mainstream or stay staunchly bigoted against all non-white, non-straight people.