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Turning Your Dog Into a Nazi Will Get You Arrested

Posted on 10 Jun, 2016, by in Miscellaneous

One of the weirdest stories to surface recently has been that of Markus Meechan, who taught his girlfriend’s dog how to perform something similar to a Nazi salute. The success of the online video also led to his arrest. More

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Liverpool FC Twitter Decision Only Helps Antisemitism & Israel Haters

Posted on 26 Sep, 2014, by in Miscellaneous, Soccer

The Liverpool Football Club decided to wish its Jewish supporters around the world a happy new year’s (Rosh Hashana) on Twitter but because of the hate spewing, anti-Jewisn and anti-Israeli replies, the club decided to take the post down. By doing so, it only strengthened the voice and cause of antisemitic people, guided by blind hate and villainous propaganda. More

Antisemitic & Anti-Israel Pro Palestinians Attack Maccabi Haifa Players in Austria

Posted on 23 Jul, 2014, by in Miscellaneous, Soccer

Instead of completing a preseason match between Lille and Maccabi Haifa in Austria, ugly scenes that looked like a fight club ended the contest, as the hatred towards Israel and Jews that has been sweeping Europe in the guise of being Pro Palestinian and caring about what’s going on in Gaza led to thugs invading the pitch and attacking players of the Israeli team. More

Nicolas Anelka

Nicolas Anelka – It’s a Disgrace if he Isn’t Suspended for a Long Time

Posted on 29 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

It didn’t take very long for the English FA to realize that the waves of criticism coming from France about Nicolas Anelka celebrating his goal with the Quenelle gesture, connected to antisemitism, are something that probably deserve looking into, and there’s more than just a dedication to a friend, Dieudonne M’bala M’bala. More

Nicolas Anelka

Nicolas Anelka – Jew Hating Nazi Supporter or Simply Stupid?

Posted on 28 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Racism isn’t dead, and the same goes for antisemitism, or a disgusting sentiment towards Nazism and Adolf Hitler. Nicolas Anelka proved he part of this dangerous movement, celebrating a goal by doing the la quenelle gesture, known as the reverse Nazi salute. More