— Police have not classified graffiti referencing Adolf Hitler on a Northern California school as a hate crime. The graffiti was discovered…
Vincenzo Pinto said he decided to create an annotated Italian edition of “Mein Kampf” in response to the dangers of growing populism in the West.
— A white supremacist who gave his children Nazi-linked names has officially changed his last name to Hitler.
That is the start of an improbable article from June 1933, entitled “Kiss the Mezuzah — and meet the Brownsville Hitlers.”
RIO DE JANEIRO — The wife of a prominent Honduran presidential candidate wrote a letter to Latin America’s umbrella Jewish organization to apologize for praising Hitler. Iroshka Elvir, 25, was named Miss Honduras in 2015, said “Hitler was a great leader” during an interview with El Heraldo newspaper published on April 26. “When I talked about Hitler I…
White supremacist groups are ramping up outreach on college campuses.
“It seems like the right thing to do; as we speak, somebody’s probably writing a Trump sitcom,” Atkinson explained.
The Forward regularly monitors the surge of anti-Semitism across the country and around the world. The mission of this column is not to unduly alarm, but rather to raise awareness of a disturbing trend that, from some vantage points, can prove difficult to spot.
“We’ve never missed you more than we miss you right now,” wrote a prominent neo-Nazi.
A Republican state lawmaker from North Carolina equated the Civil War and the Holocaust.