Two of three nationalists currently on trial in Sweden over a series of bomb attacks in Gothenburg carried out against communists and an invader center “received military training in Russia shortly before the attacks,” the state prosecutor has claimed.
A man suspected of having neo-Nazi links has confessed to driving his car into a crowd of rejected Iraqi asylum seekers who were protesting against their deportation in the Swedish city of Malmo. Police have opened a hate crime investigation.
The man, 22, whose identity has not been revealed, admitted that he had driven his car into the crowd of asylum seekers, who rallied outside the Swedish Migration Agency office in Malmo on two occasions last weekend.
A schoolboy “radicalised” by far-right racist groups who encouraged him to plaster Ayr with bigoted stickers avoided jail.
Connor McKechnie, 18, appeared in the dock after admitting placing stickers bearing disgusting slogans such as ‘multiculturalism is genocide’ and ‘don’t test on animals, test on subhumans’.
Neo-Nazi group National Action provided the former Belmont Academy pupil with the stickers, and incited him to put them around the town as a recruitment tool.
Swedish authorities say three men with links to a right-wing extremist group have been charged with attempted murder and endangering the public in connection with recent attacks in southern Sweden targeting newly arrived migrants and a left-wing group.
A picture of the board, daubed with a large swastika, was posted to Facebook by Zac Goldsmith, the Conservative candidate in the constituency on Monday. He added the comment: “Lots of you have emailed me about defaced posters in the last few days. We will make sure to replace all of them. You know you’ve lost the argument if you have to resort to stuff like this.”
On Sunday evening at around 5:30 p.m., Michael Orrantia was driving northbound on Interstate 205 in Portland when he saw a sign on a pedestrian bridge spanning the highway which read, “Jews did 9-11.”
After he passed under the bridge, he saw the same banner was hanging on both sides and so Orrantia took a picture.
Nine wooden stakes topped with pieces of a dead pig have been found on a plot of land where a mosque is scheduled to be built in Germany, according to police. It follows numerous protests against the proposed place of worship.
The stakes, which measured 1.5 meters (5 feet) tall, were planted on the plot of land in the east German city of Erfurt, DPA news agency said, citing local law enforcement.
Half a pig’s head, pig feet, and pig bowels were placed on top of the stakes, at the site where the Ahmadiyya mosque is scheduled to be built.
A notice calling on “white Americans” attending University of Texas at Arlington to report illegal aliens to the authorities is causing controversy in the state, where students are debating the idea of making colleges a sanctuary for people facing deportation.
On Tuesday morning, Foy Hall’s sign became the subject of more white supremacist propaganda.
The Foy Hall sign facing the Thach Concourse was altered to say “Goy Hall.” The F was replaced with a G of similar font, creating the illusion that the hall was named Goy, an informal derogatory term often used by Jews to identify non-Jews (gentiles). Underneath the text, there was a poster that displayed two white citizens, one male and one female. Wording on the poster stated, “We have a right to exist.”