Advanced Topics in Criminal Justice Professor Russ Pomrenke IP 2 Michael Davidson Due Date 3/03/14 One of the oldest, violent and stormy domestic terroristic groups of this country’s history is known as the Ku Klux Klan (also known as the KKK). One can say they began domestically terrorizing those of African decent people post abolishment of slavery; they refused to acknowledge people of color as equals. The Anti-Defamation League describes this group as “…a racist, anti-Semitic movement with a commitment to extreme violence to achieve its goals of racial segregation and white supremacy.” (adl.org) It can be said that they preach hatred against non-whites and non-Christians with violent intimidating means. According to History.com the
The main goal of these people is to promote Nazism or fascism, or prevent Jews from having their own country. There are two types of groups of people that are considered to be deniers of the Holocaust, as the “Holocaust Denial on Trial” organization said: The goal of Holocaust deniers in the West is political -- they want to rehabilitate Nazism and fascism in general and Adolf Hitler in particular -- and to promote anti-Semitism and, at times, anti-Israel sentiment. Holocaust denial in the Arab and Muslim world seems to be driven primarily by the goal of undermining what is perceived to be a powerful justification for Israel's
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