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HOPE not hate demands Farage retract LBC smear

by HOPE not hate | Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Nigel Farage's allegations against HOPE not hate on LBC today are a political smear, which is why our lawyers have written to Mr Farage demanding that he retracts and publicly apologises for his remarks, or face further legal action. HOPE not hate is a well-respected, civil society organisation whose more than more...


Statement: Nigel Farage LBC comments

by HOPE not hate | Tuesday, 20 December 2016

We are aware of a serious and potentially libellous statement made about HOPE not hate by Nigel Farage on LBC radio this morning. We have no idea on what Mr Farage bases his outrageous comments. HOPE not hate has a proud history of campaigning against extremism and hatred. We will not be more...


National Action ban: HOPE not hate statement

by HOPE not hate | Monday, 12 December 2016

HOPE not hate welcomes the Home Secretary’s ban against the neo-Nazi group National Action (NA). National Action will be added to the Government’s official list of proscribed terrorist organisations. However, National Action supporters have already broken many existing laws [including incitement to racial hatred, threats to kill and violence] and we feel more...


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Anzac Day terror plot: Blackburn boy sentenced to life

BBC by . | Saturday, 3 October 2015

A 15-year-old British boy who plotted to behead police officers at an Anzac Day parade in Australia has been sentenced to life imprisonment. The Blackburn teenager will serve at least five years for inciting terrorism and will only be released once he is no longer considered to be dangerous. He sent thousands more...


Spain jails 11 jihadists for sending suicide bombers to Syria

Euro Weekly by . | Saturday, 3 October 2015

ON Friday October 2 Spanish judges convicted 11 jihadists who were gang related to Islamic State extremists who recruited fighters for suicide bombings in Syria. The men received sentences of between 10 and 12 years after the judges found them guilty of sending "numerous jihadists to Syria", many of whom died more...


Islamist militant group's kill-list targets nine UK-based writers

The Independent by Caroline Mortimer | Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Nine UK based bloggers have been named on a 'kill list' issued by a Bangladeshi Islamist militant group. A list of 20 secular bloggers, writers and activists around the world was published by the Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) group with a warning that they will be killed if they continue to more...


World news

Round-up of news from around the world.

US/HUNGARY | Exclusive: Senior Trump Aide Forged Key Ties To Anti-Semitic Groups In Hungary

Sunday, 26 February 2017, 15:19 | Source: Forward | | Click here for original article

When photographs recently emerged showing Sebastian Gorka, President Donald Trump’s high-profile deputy assistant, wearing a medal associated with the Nazi collaborationist regime that ruled Hungary during World War II, the controversial security strategist was unapologetic. “I’m a proud American now and I wear that medal now and again,” Gorka told Breitbart more...


NETHERLANDS | Dutch elections, a rehearsal for France?

Thursday, 23 February 2017, 18:17 | Source: EurActiv | | Click here for original article

Dutch voters will go to the polls on 15 March to elect their new MPs, in what many observers see as a dry run for the French presidential election one month later. EURACTIV France reports. The extreme right in France and the Netherlands appears to be running on the same narrative: more...


GERMANY | Germany's Far-Right Party Hits New Low in Polls

Thursday, 23 February 2017, 18:11 | Source: Foreign Policy | | Click here for original article

Germany’s far-right Alternative für Deutschland fell to its lowest polling point in seven months, hinting that the Trump tidal wave is not one Germans are eager to ride. A poll by the Institute Allsenbach and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung asked whom respondents would vote for if elections were held Sunday. Just 8.5 more...