July 19, 2016

Since Jan­u­ary 2009, ADL has tracked 70 inci­dents in which shots were fired between police and domes­tic ide­o­log­i­cal extrem­ists. Eighty-four per­cent of those involved were pur­vey­ors of extreme right-wing ideologies. The July 17 attack on Baton Rouge police marks the ninth such inci­dent this year. With nine inci­dents year-to-date, verses a full-year aver­age of 8.5
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July 14, 2016

The Poké­mon GO app is a hybrid vir­tual and real world game. The game’s objec­tive is to use a smart­phone to find, see and capture/collect vir­tual Poké­mon char­ac­ters. Many play­ers find the game highly engag­ing, enter­tain­ing and even addic­tive. Poké­mon char­ac­ters are appar­ently ran­domly dis­trib­uted on the game’s map, but can also be col­lected at
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The lead­ers of the New Black Pan­ther Party (NBPP), the largest orga­nized anti-Semitic and racist Black mil­i­tant group in Amer­ica, will be in Cleve­land July 14–17 ahead of the Repub­li­can con­ven­tion, where they will likely inflam­e the already tense sit­u­a­tion fol­low­ing the fatal shoot­ings of Alton Ster­ling in Louisiana and Phi­lando Castile in Min­nesota and
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July 5, 2016

On July 1, Rabbi Miki Mark was mur­dered by Pales­tin­ian ter­ror­ists who shot him from their vehi­cle as he was dri­ving with his wife and three of their ten chil­dren in the Hebron area, near the set­tle­ment of Otniel where he headed the local Yeshiva. His wife and two of their chil­dren were wounded in
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June 23, 2016

Akram Musleh Akram Musleh, an 18-year-old res­i­dent of Browns­burg, Indi­ana, was arrested on June 21 for attempt­ing to travel to join ISIS. Court doc­u­ments indi­cate that Musleh had been engag­ing with ter­ror­ist pro­pa­ganda since at least 2013, when Musleh was a 15-year-old high school student. Accord­ing to author­i­ties, the FBI first came into con­tact with
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