“I’ve got someone who supports, uh, orthodox, Israeli…we’re at a cross hairs on that stuff,” Kessler said.
Only around 20 people showed up for the protest across the street from the White House.
Jewish counter-protesters against the “Unite the Right 2” rally in Washington, D.C. drew Stars of David on their faces.
Violent confrontations in D.C. “risks elevating the message of white supremacist and risks making them seem larger,” ADL leader Doron Ezickson said.
In our terrified reaction to anti-Semitism, many Jews lost sight of the anti-Black racism that brought Neo-Nazis to Charlottesville.
The white nationalist organizers behind Unite the Right are planning an anniversary event.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on the New York Times profile of an Ohio neo-Nazi.
Christopher Cantwell, the “crying Nazi” is now the host of an internet radio show from jail.
“We have the most extensive record I’ve ever seen in a conspiracy case,” Kaplan said.
On the heels of the summer’s Unite the Right rally, Miike Signer says he supports the legal push to ban future violent rallies.