It seems like this would have been the perfect opportunity to say what they think, directly to the president.
Friedman noted, however, that the President is doing "a great job for America," repeating Trump's charges that the media "treat him unfairly. People have to give him a chance."
"I can’t even believe I have to write this: standing up to Nazis is essential; there are no good Nazis," James Murdoch wrote.
One of the most blatant forms of racism is to refer to an individual from a particular ethnic group as the representative of his or her entire race.
While I find it hard to believe I should have to defend myself on this, or the President, I feel compelled to let you know that the President in no way, shape or form, believes that neo-Nazi and other hate groups who endorse violence are equivalent to groups that demonstrate in peaceful and lawful ways.
March of the Living implores March for Racial Justice to change the date and so as not to exclude Jews.
37% of UK Jews conceal their Jewish identity in public and 17% don't feel welcome in their own country.
HuffPo saying they missed the mark is an understatement.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh warned: "If anyone gets out of control [at the rally] — at all — it will be shut down.”
Some have argued that Mandelblit just established a dangerous precedent in Israel's mishmash of the branches of government, whereby the Knesset would have to await the court's approval for its legislation, as would the government depend on the court's not to execute new laws.
"The Nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists are dangerous anti-Semites. There are no good Nazis and no good members of the Klan. Thankfully, in modern America, the KKK and Nazis are small fringe groups that have never been welcome in the GOP."
"In the face of such evil, we stand now as we did then. With faith... As we say, 'be strong.'
Celebrating the establishment of the State of Israel is "not a political event, but rather an expression of the historical and legal rights of our people," said Danon.
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The "Yes, You're Racist" Twitter account is currently packed with mostly unidentified images of white guys which may or may not have been shot at the neo-Nazi rally.
"We must make sure that the punishment for incidents such as these will serve as deterrents for those who still harbor the germ of anti-Semitism."
"These is no place for such hate speech or violence in any democratic society."
It's gotten so bad that, for the first time, Republicans have joined Democrats who reacted angrily when Trump said Saturday he tweeted in opposition to "this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides — on many sides.”
The Daily Stormer has already been ditched by its server, GoDaddy, which tweeted the statement: "We informed The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our terms of service."
The ADL issued a tweet urging folks to sign its online "Diversity Is Strength" petition, protesting anti-Semitic statements by Michael Hill, organizer of the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally.
"The New Israel Fund has long since lost its legitimacy among Israeli citizens, and it is good to see that even its donors in the US understand that this is a fund whose sole purpose is to harm the State of Israel and its sovereignty."
On July 25, 15 Jewish families entered Machpela House with several government ministers expressing their support for the move and the Prime Minister ordering the Defense Minister not to evacuate them "until further notice."
“A reality in which two swastikas are discovered in the span of two weeks at a university campus in Israel’s capital is very troubling and dangerous."
"Such words are offensive to two peoples who have been victims of monstrous persecution," Spokesman Borukh Gorin said.
Although it would be wrong to suggest that Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt) is the leader of the DSA, he received the group's enthusiastic support during the 2016 primaries, and included its honorary chair, vehement anti-Zionist Cornel West in his platform team at the DNC convention.
The report includes interviews with eight Arab families, "victims" of Israel's aggressive policy, the most glaring of which is with Abed Dawiat, who committed the official first act of terror of the lone-wolf intifada.