Étiqueté : far-right


Remembering Italy’s Cervi brothers amid far-correct surge

Via Aemilia, Italy – Church bells echo throughout a cemetery on a bleak, rainy after as 74-year-old Adelmo Cervi walks patiently to the monument dedicated to his late father and six uncles.  « I only come here when there are official ceremonies, » he tells Al Jazeera. « I don’t believe in cemeteries. If I want to speak to…


Of their phrases: African victims of a ways-devoted gun attack

Thousands of Italians have marched against fascism in Marcerata, a sleepy central Italian city where a far-right gunman recently opened fire on a group of African refugees. Protesters on Saturday warned against a revival of fascist sentiment during the campaign for the March 4 national election. A week earlier on January 3, police caught 28-year-old…


Israel to preserve ties with Austria’s a ways-correct FPO

Critics have blasted Israel’s plans to maintain ties with Austria’s new right-wing coalition, which features a far-right party with Nazi roots. Although Israeli officials promised to limit contact with ministers of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), rights groups fear any involvement at all with the far-right populist outfit that advocates anti-Muslim, anti-refugee, anti-immigration and Eurosceptic…


Austria’s a long way-factual location to enter authorities

Austria is on course to have a far-right party in the government for the first time in 17 years, as anti-immigration sentiment appears to grow across the country and Europe.  The far-right Freedom Party of Austria (FPO) reached a five-year deal with the larger conservative People’s Party (OVP) on Friday – two months after the…


Shock as Trump retweets British a long way-honest activist

US President Donald Trump has sparked shock and outrage on social media after sharing videos posted by a British far-right activist, known for her anti-Muslim rhetoric, on Twitter. The US leader shared three videos by Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen, purporting to show Muslims carrying out beatings or acts of vandalism. Britain First’s Fransen,…


How the Catalan crisis helps Spain’s some distance-correct

Barcelona – As the Catalan independence crisis enters its fourth month in December, the intended outcome of an independent Catalonia remains elusive. But the push for independence has had an unintended consequence; it has invigorated Spain’s far-right movements unlike any event since the country’s transition to democracy in the 1970s, according to Jordi Borras, a Catalan…

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