Ms. Harder met yesterday with Mayor Bob Chiarelli, the deputy police chief and religious and multicultural leaders to discuss her comments about
Hook-handed Hamza, 45, wrote on the siteWe call upon Muslims to rise up and repel this invasion. Any kafir (unbeliever) mercenary captured should either be executed for war crimes, or preferably be exchanged for the blessed Muslims being held in the Guantanamo Bay concentration camp. The site offering tapes of post-9/11 Hamza speeches for sale was blocked after complaints to the Home Office. Hamza faces extradition to the US accused of setting up a terrorist training camp in Oregon. 2003 News Group Newspapers Ltd.
The percentage of hate crimes targeting the black community has reached an all-time high in the state. Half of the 134 bias-motivated crimes in 2000 targeted the black community, according to the latest Crime in Connecticut report.
From time to time we have picked up e-mails and voice mail messages from our sisters in Regina who are outraged with the result of the court case against two men charged with sexually assaulting an aboriginal child in Tisdale. In each community we visit, women are horrified by this child human rights violation. We applaud the people holding rallies across Saskatchewan. Despite denials we hear every day and in this latest trial, we all live in a deeply divided, racist province.
Marc Moran, 43, said Wednesday that he would no longer be associated with the National Alliance, a West Virginia group that promotes segregationist living and Aryan values. He was appointed to fill a vacant council seat on July 3, but the lifelong Hopewell resident served for less than two weeks before resigning on Saturday. Moran, who denies being a racist or an anti-Semite, said he joined the group because he agreed with its views on illegal immigration and civil liberties.
I trust in the enlightened electors to ensure a total lack of support for mayoral candidate Donna Upson, who advocates the segregation of races despite last century's momentous accomplishments in the areas of human and civil rights. In the Citizen interview, Ms. Upson, a 25-year old woman twice convicted for assault, cited skewed results from so-called analyses of human tendencies conducted by fellow racists. It is likely these are the same
While the overt racist rhetoric of the past is now absent from the speech of anyone hoping to serve in public office or almost any position of importance, a new and more subtle language of racism has emerged. That racism persists in our society remains glaringly evident in the divisions and differences between the quality of the white American life versus black American life. Brookline and Roxbury are only a few miles from each other, but they are worlds apart.
Digital Terrorism and Hate 2003 focuses on over 200 web sites which raise money for terror groups, teach bomb-building and the use of steganographic code (hidden messages within text) for terrorist activities, offer hate- related video games to children, spread antisemitic conspiracy theories and feature other examples of transnational hatred. The CD-ROM's contents are a sampling of over 4,000 problematic web sites (nearly 100 of which are Canadian) identified by the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center.
Marc Moran announced Saturday that he would step down, just one day after he vowed to retain the council seat to which he was appointed. He also will relinquish his spot on the ballot in the November election.
This, in essence, is the message to be taken from a news conference held on Thursday by Keith Norton, the province's chief commissioner of human rights. Teachers, he said, appear to be applying the Safe Schools Act with undue vigour against minority groups and the disabled. The apparent torrent of racial minority students being shown the door in Ontario's schools is a