August 2015 News Archive

  • US far right terrorist who murdered three people at Jewish centre in Kansas tells court he must be allowed to explain why he hates Jews.

    25 Aug 2015 by CST

    The trial of Frazer Glenn Cross, a former senior member of the KKK who murdered three people outside a Kansas Jewish centre, has begun. Cross tried to tell jurors that Jews are guilty of genocide against White people in an attempt to justify his actions.

  • BDS and Morality Testing for Jews.

    19 Aug 2015 by Mark Gardner

    American-Jewish reggae star Matisyahu, was barred from a Spanish music festival before being invited back:  the latest case of morality testing for Jews that now risks being an open and regular feature of anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) demands.

  • Neo-Nazis Fail to Demonstrate in Liverpool

    17 Aug 2015 by CST

    On Saturday 15 August, neo-Nazi group National Alliance failed to hold their planned demonstration in Liverpool, due to strong counter-protests by anti-fascists. The neo-Nazis, who had made numerous threats concerning their demonstration, found themselves heavily outnumbered and were forced to shelter in the left luggage room of Liverpool’s Lime St railway station, before cancelling the event.

  • Kick It Out Launches App to Tackle Racism in Football

    13 Aug 2015 by CST

    Following a series of racist incidents, including the footage that emerged of Chelsea supporters pushing a black man off the Paris Metro, football’s anti-discrimination campaign, Kick It Out, has launched a new mobile app to enable fans to report racist abuse. 

  • Is It Good for the Jews?: Antisemitism and the New Europe

    3 Aug 2015 by CST

    CST's Dave Rich has an essay on antisemitism and European society in the latest issue of World Affairs Journal.

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