After Christian graves were vandalised in Mount Zion, religious leaders and analysts blame the rise of extremism represented in the new Israeli government for growing religious-based attacks.
The framing of mental health and psychology in terms of national security cannot be divorced from the wider discussions on race or the increasing management of mental health services through the state apparatus.
Unless Germany starts systematically addressing the problem of right-wing extremism, commemorating the victims of the Hanau terrorist attack will be no more than a well-intentioned symbolic act.
Atrocity denialism has gone mainstream — from the glorification of convicted perpetrators to the casual creation of memes — and boosts the far-right with deadly consequences.
Opinion polls suggest a majority of Swiss will back the face veil ban, while campaigners argue that it’s about Islamophobia and controlling women in the public sphere.
Stephan Ernst has been sentenced to life in prison for killing politician Walter Luebcke from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party after he talked in favour of refugees in an event in 2019.
Far-right terrorist attacks have increased by 320 percent over the last five years alone throughout Europe, North America and Oceania.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu threatens war in blockaded Gaza before flying to Russia to discuss Israeli freedom of action in Syria with President Vladimir Putin.
According to German intelligence reports, far-right violence increased by 71 percent from 2017 to 2018.
The Australian man accused of murdering 51 people attending Friday prayers at two mosques pleads not guilty to all 92 charges against him.
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