Five days ago, Trump was rushed to an underground bunker at the White House as protesters gathered by the building, clashing with law enforcement.
“There is no excuse for allowing the flames of division to burn, we are all children of one God, and we have to say not more violence,” said Glick as he ascended to the Temple Mount.
Turkey’s pro-government media has taken a cue from Qatar’s Al-Jazeera to try to play both sides of the US political aisle, seeking to be both far-right and far-left.
Even after the synagogue dismantled the barriers and rebutted the rumors, the White House amplified the misinformation in a video that it tweeted and then later deleted.
In many ways, the US concentration on Antifa has amplified the group’s presence or people's awareness of it, such that it may gain a following without having actually had much of one.
Amid George Floyd protests, Trump called Antifa a terror organization.
The US is not the only country to wrestle with domestic terrorism. Many countries have experiences fighting terrorist groups that are either home-grown or have locals who adhere to their ideology
The Left and Right have labelled rioters as "domestic terrorists" but this could have dangerous implications
As protests outside the White House turned violent, the president was ushered by the Secret Service into a bunker used in times of terrorist attacks.
Despite lack of evidence, conspiracy theories advanced by politicians and commentators on the Left and Right seek to argue that protests were organized by professionals to destabilize the US.