The head of the organization's outlawed northern branch was dropped off alone at a bus station upon his release. Police may indict him again for incitement and other alleged crimes.
Austria's far-right Freedom Party urges 'an end to this policy of Islamisation' that they say could spell the end of Europe.
It is the right of every person to believe in whatever foolishness, but no one has the right to impose his nonsense on others.
An Israeli tour like no other, organized by a nationalist, anti-Muslim blog in Germany.
The sixth season of U.S. version of Israel's 'Prisoners of War' promises to be thrilling, timely and relevant – although it features a new woman president.
The European Court of Human Rights decision upholds a Swiss federal court ruling that education officials had not violated the family's rights of freedom of conscience and religion in the case in Basel dating to 2008.
British lawmakers visit Israel to meet groups fighting anti-Arab hatred in soccer and online; hope to bring useful ideas back to U.K. to combat anti-Semitism and racism.
Muslim author and academic argues that, 'What changed people's minds was 'Will and Grace,''Modern Family,' watching people who were gay on television being 'normal.''
Hearing the Gap salesgirl say 'Happy Holidays' instead of 'Merry Christmas' has become a symbol of everything that’s 'wrong' with America for some citizens, whose grievances are being stoked by the next president.
Georges Bensoussan's statements were 'dangerous and in line with far-right rhetoric' targeting Muslims, according to the Collective Against Islamophobia.