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The conspiracy has one overarching and optimistic message for its supporters: Trump is in absolute charge – of everything – and his enemies, largely Democrats and liberals, will soon fall.
John Fitzgerald publicly dismissed the Holocaust as a "total lie," also blaming the Israeli government for the September 11th attacks.
Bannon said the labels "racist, xenophobe and nativist" hurled at National Front supporters should be worn as a badge of honor.
Israel's right-wing parties argue over who should unite with whom to prevent a left-wing victory.
By LAHAV HARKOV
In addition to having to cope with a resurgence of antisemitism and terrorist threats, the diplomats are also faced with additional difficulties on the home front.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The discussion about the character of Europe emanating from the German election and rise of its far-right could trigger debates on more strategic issues.
By GOL KALEV
For far too long, the right-wing parties in Israel have flirted with the neo-Nazi and antisemitic elements in Europe.
By KSENIA SVETLOVA
Many media outlets often lump these parties together as if they were identical, but Israeli and local Jewish interests concerning these parties are not necessarily the same.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
The passage of time and the frail human memory gradually diminish the impact of the Holocaust on arresting racist, xenophobic and antisemitic ideas and movements in Europe and elsewhere.
By ODED ERAN
Some marchers in Warsaw chanted: "Away with the EU" but there was no sign of white supremacist banners visible at last year's march.
Most of fatal far-right attacks were committed by white supremacists against social minorities, as they targeted persons due to their racial or religious background, sexual orientation or identity.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Bolsonaro won 55.2 percent of votes in the run-off election against left-wing hopeful Fernando Haddad of the Workers Party (PT)'s 44.8 percent, according to electoral authority TSE.
Sweden saw itself as a "humanitarian superpower" for years, but a rise in gang violence in areas of high unemployment has won support for the far-right Sweden Democrats.
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