A militia group from Ohio protests against the state's extended stay-at-home order to help slow the
Fourteenth suspect arrested in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor

Higgins is the eighth man charged by Michigan authorities in the case, all of them described by prosecutors as members or associates of an anti-government militia group called the Wolverine Watchmen.

Hundreds associated with antisemitic movement attempt to storm Reichstag

Several hundred were arrested in incidents at both the Reichstag building and the nearby Brandenburg Gate, where protesters reportedly threw stones and bottles

Expert breaks down 'militias' involved in Kenosha, Portland shootings

The notion of a teenager crossing state lines with a semiautomatic rifle in hand to uphold public order shocked many Americans, but to some experts, it was the latest sign in a disturbing trend.

Neo-Nazi concert, Germany, July 2017
Extremism on the rise in Germany, increasing threat of antisemitism

A German government office identified 32,080 right-wing extremists and 33,500 left-wing extremists in Germany in 2019.

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Neo-Nazi, far-right groups encourage followers to infect Jews and Muslims

The reports refer to different extremist groups in the UK, including far-right, far-left and Islamist extremists, all exploiting the public health crisis to promote hatred towards others.

Gerrer leaders recommend families sever ties with those in splinter group

Internal documents show depth to which mainstream Ger leadership seeking to ostracize new faction, deter others from joining.

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New UK report exposes massive online network of far-right antisemitism

The report, titled 'Hate Fuel: the hidden online world fuelling far right terror,' focused on four relatively unregulated social media platforms: BitChute, Gab, 4chan and Telegram.

Boogaloo Bois: Violent extremists who (mostly) don’t hate the Jews

The Boogaloo network's armed adherents yearn for a second civil war between ordinary Americans and a federal government they consider oppressive.

Jonathan Greenblatt
Jonathan Greenblatt: Extremists exploit coronavirus crisis to spread hate

“Virus-related conspiracy theories are proliferating,” noted the Anti-Defamation League CEO.

German intel agency probes anti-Israel magazine for ‘right-wing extremism’

Editor-in-chief welcomed by former antisemitic Iranian president Ahmadinejad

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