January 11, 2013
by Sarah Posner
An Austrian court convicted three neo-Nazis on Thursday of glorifying Nazism over the Internet, sentencing them to as many as nine years in prison. Neo-Nazi leader Gottfried Kuessel was sentenced to nine years in prison for creating the Alpen-Donau website, which promotes Nazism. Kuessel spent ...[read more]
April 5, 2012
by Saheli Chakrabarty
The Chilean House of Deputies passed an anti-discrimination law on Wednesday in response to the killing of a 24-year-old gay man, Daniel Zamudio, by a group of alleged neo-Nazis in Santiago, Chile. The lawmakers passed the law by a vote of 58-56, after rejecting three of the Senate amendments to ...[read more]
March 31, 2012
by Jamie Davis
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on Friday urged the Chilean government to pass a new law aimed to protect its citizens from discrimination based on their sexual and gender identities. Spokesperson for the OHCHR, Rupert Colville, released the statement in response to ...[read more]
March 11, 2012
by Cynthia Miley
On March 11, 2005, the Bundestag, Germany's lower house of parliament, approved a ban on marches by neo-Nazi groups at Holocaust memorial sites amid fears that demonstrations would disrupt the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II. The legislation also banned marches intended to glorify Nazi- ...[read more]
November 17, 2010
by Dwyer Arce
On November 17, 2009, the German Federal Constitutional Court announced that it had upheld legislation prohibiting public support and justification of the Nazi regime. The ruling, made earlier that month, meant that neo-Nazis continued to be forbidden from assembling for the purposes of of ...[read more]
July 28, 2010
by Andrea Bottorff
A Russian court on Tuesday sentenced 14 neo-Nazis, including a group leader and several teenagers, to jail terms for committing hate crimes against ethnic minorities in the country. The group leader, 22-year-old Dmitry Orlov, was sentenced to life imprisonment for planning hate crimes as part of ...[read more]
November 17, 2009
by Sarah Miley
The German Federal Constitutional Court announced Tuesday that it upheld legislation prohibiting public support and justification of the Nazi regime. The ruling, made earlier this month, means that neo-Nazis are forbidden from assembling for the purposes of of approving, glorifying or justifying ...[read more]
October 9, 2007
by Jaime Jansen
Serbian police arrested 56 neo-Nazis for protesting the potential independence of Kosovo from Serbia despite a ban against their planned demonstration, Serbian police said Monday. The arrests were made after fighting broke out Sunday between the neo-Nazis protesters and a group of anti-fascists, ...[read more]
September 10, 2007
by Jaime Jansen
Israeli police have arrested a gang of neo-Nazis accused of attacking foreigners, homosexuals and Jewish people last month, according to weekend media reports. Each member of the gang, comprised of eight young men between the ages of 16-21, are Israeli citizens who immigrated to Israel from the ...[read more]
June 2, 2005
by Tom Henry
Israeli police have detained a group of around 20 young neo-Nazis who originally immigrated to Israel from the former Soviet Union. The group was discovered after police last month arrested one of the young men, a soldier in the Israeli army, on drug charges and discovered neo-Nazi material on ...[read more]

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