Neo-Nazis

Author Tuvia Tenenbaum Raises A Fuhrer In Germany With Nazi Salute

02/05/2013

Israeli-born Jewish author Tuvia Tenenbom is in trouble in Germany for raising his arm in the Hitler salute, which is banned in the country.

Tenenbom: Tried to provoke neo-Nazis.

Moscow Synagogue Firebombed

07/13/2011

A synagogue in Moscow was attacked with firebombs.

Four men wearing masks threw Molotov cocktails at the Darchei Shalom synagogue in northeast Moscow on Tuesday morning, Interfax reported. None of the bombs exploded and no one was injured.

Unnamed officials told news services that the attack could be revenge for the conviction Monday of five neo-Nazis on charges of murdering 27 people, mainly dark-skinned migrant workers.

Three Charged in Auschwitz Sign Theft

11/26/2010

(JTA) -- Polish prosecutors charged a Swedish man and two Polish men in the theft of the "Arbeit Macht Frei” sign from the front gate of Auschwitz.

The Swede, Anders Hogstrom, a neo-Nazi leader who allegedly organized the theft as a middleman between a neo-Nazi buyer and five Polish thieves, reportedly struck a plea bargain with Polish prosecutors on Thursday. Under the terms of the deal, Hogstrum will serve 32 months in jail in his native Sweden, the French news service AFP reported Thursday.

Neo-Nazis Stay Home from Washington March

08/13/1999
Washington Correspondent

Saturday’s planned neo-Nazi march in downtown Washington had all of the elements of a major clash — including thousands of counter protesters, Jewish militants itching for a fight and armies of shield-toting police — except for one thing: the neo-Nazis themselves.
Only four supporters of the American Nationalist Party, formerly the Knights of Freedom, showed up. Faced with thousands of jeering spectators, they promptly turned tail.

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