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Charlottesville Cops Refused to Protect Synagogue – Yahoo News

| August 17, 2017

The Jewish community in Charlottesvillehired armed security to protectits synagogue for the first timeafterlocal police declined to provide a guard for the site despite hundreds of white supremacists congregating on the town over the weekend fora rally that resulted in the murder of counter-protester Heather Heyer. Alan Zimmerman, president of the Congregation Beth Israel in the Virginia town, wrote a blog postpublished on Monday evening following the violent scenes on Saturday that resulted in a car-ramming attackthat took place just 200 feet from the place of worship. He described the fearhe felt in the presence of white supremacists, who rallied aroundanti-Semitic slogans, as 40 members of the community prayed in the synagogue, withoutsupport from the local authorities



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Court Rules on Touro Synagogue Ownership – Newport This Week

| August 17, 2017

By Brooke Constance White An appellate court in Massachusetts recently overturned a U.S. District Court ruling about who ultimately owns the oldest synagogue in America. The U.S



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Battling Nazis and white supremacists: A tale of two cities Charlottesville and La Crescenta – Jewish Journal

| August 17, 2017

La Crescenta, California is a long way from Charlottesville, Virginia, but both communities have recently had to deal with controversies involving Nazis, white supremacy, and the removal of a public monument that symbolized bigotry.



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ADL condemns Trump’s talk of ‘shared blame’ for Charlottesville violence – Cleveland Jewish News

| August 16, 2017

(JTA) The Anti-Defamation League joined critics of President Donald Trump in condemning his assertion that there was blameon both sidesin Charlottesville, where neo-Nazis faced off protesters.



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Rise In White Supremacy Groups Demands Action, Says San Diego Jewish Leader – KPBS

| August 16, 2017

Aired 8/16/17 on KPBS Midday Edition Rise In White Supremacy Groups Demands Action, Says San Diego Jewish Leader GUEST: Tammy Gillies, regional director, Anti-Defamation League in San Diego Transcript The white supremacy groups that marched with torches, carrying Nazi and Confederate flags through the streets of Charlottesville was not an isolated incident, but rather a movement gaining momentum, including in San Diego, said Tammy Gillies, director of the local chapter of the Anti-Defamation League. I liken it to somebody taking the lid off of the sewer, Gillies said



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Racial supremacy and the Zionist exception – Mondoweiss

| August 16, 2017

Neo Nazis, Alt-Right, and White Supremacists take part a the night before the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville, VA, white supremacists march with tiki torchs through the University of Virginia campus. (Photo by Zach D Roberts/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Politicians from Senators Marco Rubio and Orrin Hatch to Chuck Schumer and Ron Wyden have been outspoken in their condemnation of Saturdays Unite the Right March in Charlottesville and the vicious acts of terror it spawned. Criticizing Donald Trump for his reluctant and temporizing comments, they condemn the hate and are rightly appalled by the white supremacist chants of Blood and Soil and You Wont Replace Usor, as it became, Jews Wont Replace Us



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ADL chief says Charlottesville car-ramming resembles terror attacks against Israel – The Times of Israel

| August 16, 2017

WASHINGTON The head of the Anti-Defamation League said Tuesday the fatal car-ramming that claimed a young womans life in Charlottesville, Virginia resembled the kind of terror attacks Israel has long experienced. Appearing on MSNBC, Jonathan Greenblatt was asked to explain the recruiting techniques that white nationalist groups use to attract more people to its cause. Extremism is a problem in any form, he said



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Commandant says ‘no place for hatred’ in Marines after former recruiter tied to supremacist group – CNN

| August 16, 2017

The Military Times and the Guardian reported that former Marine recruiter Dillon Ulysses Hopper is the leader of Vanguard America — a group which helped organize the “Unite the Right” protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, that turned violent over the weekend. The Anti-Defamation League identified Hopper as the leader of Vanguard America, which ADL labels a “white supremacist” group, and said Hopper began leading the organization in “early 2016.” According to Hopper’s service records, he was a member of the Marine Corps from July 10, 2006 until January 30, 2017. If ADL is correct, that would mean he began leading the white nationalist group while still technically in the Marines



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It may not be ripe for a large white supremacist rally, but there’s hate in CT – The CT Mirror

| August 15, 2017

MARKESHIA RICKS / New Haven Independent Nearly 300 people gathered Sunday at Chapel and Church streets in New Haven, one of several rallies around the state to protest white supremacist violence and hate. Washington Connecticut may not be fertile ground for a white supremacist rally like the one that turned violent in Charlottesville, Va., but the state is not immune to hate



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Anti-Defamation League calls for Trump to ‘denounce white supremacy in all forms’ – WJLA

| August 14, 2017

President Donald Trump walk up to the podium to speak to members of the media regarding the ongoing situation in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017 at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J



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