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Ukip's far-right Euro partner attacks 'Holocaust industry'

Jewish Chronicle by Nissan Tzur | Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Nigel Farage’s Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group has recruited an MEP from the Congress of the New Right, whose leader, Janusz Korwin-Mikke, uses racial slurs and questions the Holocaust. In a recent interview with the JC, Korwin-Mikke said that Jews’ efforts to win back property stolen during the Second more...

Tommy Robinson, former EDL leader, recalled to prison

by BBC News | Tuesday, 21 October 2014

He was released in June under licence and had been due to debate at the prestigious union on Thursday. A statement on Facebook from his supporters said: "Tommy Robinson has been recalled to prison for responding to a threat on Twitter." 'Police persecution' His lawyers said the recall was for a fixed term more...

Man jailed for anti-Semitic tweet to Luciana Berger MP

by BBC News | Tuesday, 21 October 2014

He was ordered to pay an £80 victim surcharge to the Labour MP after the judge upgraded the offence to one considered racially motivated. Ms Berger said the sentence "sent out a clear message". The Liverpool Wavertree MP said: "Hate crime is not tolerated in our country. "I hope this case serves as more...

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Five Britons a week travel to Iraq and Syria to join Isis, says Met chief

The Guardian by Shiv Malik and Duncan Gardham | Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Five Britons are travelling to Iraq and Syria to join Islamic State (Isis) every week, the UK’s most senior police officer has revealed, after reports that a third jihadi from Portsmouth has been killed in the conflict. The Metropolitan police commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, said the figure was a minimum and more...

Humiliation replaces fear for the women kidnapped by Isis

The Guardian by Annabell Van den Berghe | Monday, 20 October 2014

They sold Amsha for $12. Other girls and women went for more, much more. But Amsha had a small son and was pregnant with her second child. She had already seen Islamic State (Isis) militants execute her husband in front of her. Now the terror of that crime and the more...

'I'd go tomorrow': Anjem Choudary wants to leave UK and move to war torn Middle East

The Sunday Mirror by Patrick Hill | Sunday, 19 October 2014

Notorious Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary claims he wants to leave Britain for good – and move to the Islamic State, writes Patrick Hill in the Sunday People. Benefits dad Choudary, who revealed his kids are being privately educated, claims he’d jump at the chance to go and live under Sharia Law more...

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POLAND/EUROPE | UKIP rescued by Polish extremist

Tuesday, 21 October 2014, 23:17 | Source: HOPE not hate | | Click here for original article

Nigel Farage’s Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group in the European Parliament has narrowly escaped political extinction thanks to far right Polish MEP Robert Iwaszkiewicz joining the populist camp. Iwaszkiewicz, who represents Congress of the New Right (KNP) in Strasbourg, threw in his lot with UKIP after Latvian MEP, more...

RUSSIA | Russia rejects concern over racism at 2018 World Cup

Tuesday, 21 October 2014, 13:23 | Source: Daily Telegraph | | Click here for original article

Alexey Sorokin, the chief executive of Russia’s 2018 World Cup committee, says the country will stage a “remarkable” tournament after dismissing concerns over the scourge of racism within Russian football. With Manchester City due to play their Champions League Group E fixture against CSKA Moscow behind closed doors at the Khimki more...

POLAND | Ultraviolent mass-murder sim Hatred linked to Polish far-right extremists

Monday, 20 October 2014, 16:47 | Source: gameplanet.co.au | | Click here for original article

Updated 17/10/2014 7:30pm: The Polish studio behind Hatred has links to far-right extremist groups, according to a reprt by FNVG. The public Facebook page of Destructive Creations CEO Jarosław Zieliński displays an endorsement of the Polska Liga Obrony(Polish Defence League), an Islamophobic, anti-immigration, nationalist group in Poland. A photo of the development team more...