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White supremacist, antisemitic leader Tom Metzger dies

"Tom Metzger spent decades working against core American values as one of the most visible hard-core white supremacists in the country,” said Jonathan Greenblatt.

13/11/2020

White supremacist pleads guilty in plot to blow up Colorado synagogue

Holzer faces up to 40 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he is sentenced in January, prosecutors said.

By REUTERS
16/10/2020

Twitter permanently bans former KKK leader David Duke

Duke’s final tweet included a link to an interview he had conducted with Germar Rudolf, who was convicted of Holocaust denial in Germany.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
01/08/2020

Tennessee debates to remove KKK leader statue, replace with Dolly Parton

At the moment, local politicians are looking for options to replace the statue of the Confederate leader and a top candidate for that prominent real estate is Parton, who is from Tennessee herself.

Donald Trump boosts Georgia Republican associated with former KKK leader

Greene has posed in photos with Chester Doles, a Georgia man who once was a leader of the Ku Klux Klan and served a prison sentence for beating nearly to death a black man.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
13/06/2020

Man dons KKK hood in grocery store to meet face mask requirements

The woman who took the initial photograph, identified in the article as Melissa S, said she was in "total disbelief" when she saw the hooded man.

Antisemitic hate crimes in NYC have risen significantly in 2019

NYPD said 52 percent of the reported hate crimes, or 163, have targeted Jews. Over the same period last year, the NYPD reported 108 anti-Semitic hate crimes.

By BEN SALES/JTA
06/10/2019

Ilhan Omar ‘would be in the KKK,' human rights activist warns

Human rights lawyer Brooke Goldstein said during a June interview on Fox News that Omar hides behind being a woman and a Muslim as she attacks Jews.

Members of the white nationalist group the Honorable Sacred Knights of the Ku Klux Klan hold a rally

This Jewish lawyer wants to break the back of the white nationalists

Roberta Kaplan, the lead counsel on one case that changed U.S. history — upholding the rights of same-sex spouses — wants to make history again.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
18/06/2019
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