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Roman Catholic Bishop Richard Williamson to pay a fine after court rejects final appeal over 2009 holocaust denial. Williamson, who was convicted of denying the Holocaust, openly doubted that six million Jews were killed during the Holocaust, and
A German court has rejected an ultraconservative British bishop's appeal against his conviction and fine for denying the Holocaust in a television interview. The state court in Nuremberg said Friday it found no legal errors in a January 2013 decision
The lower house of the Russian Parliament, or Duma, passed the measure Friday on its first reading, the Voice of Russia reported Monday, making it illegal to deny the verdict of the Nuremberg Tribunal and punishing the rehabilitation of Nazism. Those
Andrew Meares Changes to the Racial Discrimination Act proposed by federal Attorney-General George Brandis would ''open the door to Holocaust deniers'', allowing them to publish their claims with impunity, legal advice to NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell
The correctional tribunal of Bordeaux on Wednesday convicted the defendant, a 28-year-old Moroccan native, of incitement to racial hatred for performing the quenelle in front of a synagogue, and fined him the equivalent of $4,130...Invented and
The federal government is proposing to change Section 18C of the act, removing provisions that make it unlawful to "offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate" someone because of their race or ethnicity. Instead, new provisions would make it unlawful to
In a speech he gave last Friday honoring the Iranian New Year, Nowruz, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei claimed, "In European countries, no one dares to talk about the Holocaust, and we do not know if it's real or not."
Jewish community leader Jeremy Jones and free marketer Chris Berg believe exemptions in Brandis' draft legislation would make it easier for Holocaust revisionists such as Fredrick Toben who was eventually jailed after being found guilty of breaching
24 March 2014 7 shares 0 View comments Channel 4 has been labelled tawdry after paying Holocaust denier David Irving £3,000 for what he says is a lock of Adolf Hitler's hair. The strand will be DNA-tested in a TV show to be broadcast this week.
Semitic incidents in 2013 compared to 87 in 2012, an increase of 73.5 percent, the group wrote in its annual report, published Thursday...Semitic threats and incitement to hatred or violence only in mainstream media with wide readerships, the report