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How Netanyahu’s son became the poster boy for white supremacists

The eldest son of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has found himself an unlikely poster boy for David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, and the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer. The affinity between Netanyahu’s Israel and the west’s far-right is understandable. Show More Summary

White supremacist finally served for ‘terror campaign’ targeting Jewish woman — after five months in hiding

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Andrew Anglin, infamous founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website and the subject of a lawsuit alleging he unleashed an anti-Semitic “terror campaign” on a Jewish woman, has been served via an Ohio newspaper. As The Daily Dot reports, Anglin, who has been off the grid for five...

Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin Defends Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Son

In a strange turn of events, the self-affirmed Neo-Nazi and head internet troll behind The Daily Stormer website has appeared recently on Israeli news to support Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son, Yair, for his purportedly antisemitic memes posted online. Show More Summary

American Nazis Celebrate Netanyahu's Son Over Meme

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The far-right Daily Stormer declares itself to be Yair Netanyahu's number one fan.

Is Daily Stormer Head Nazi Real Life, Or Is He Just Fantasy?

The Daily Stormer has a style guide for writing just like Andrew Anglin, and oh boy is it something.

Daily Stormer neo-Nazi website owner once registered to vote at fake address

The owner of a neo-Nazi website that attacked a Charlottesville victim once registered to vote at a fake Ohio address.        

Why Neo-Nazi Propaganda Can Be Hard to Spot and Tough to Remove Online

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The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website, has struggled to find a host online since Charlottesville, but white supremacists find other, less obvious ways to spread their message.

Neo-Nazi Site the Daily Stormer Tried to Go Online in Albania. It Failed

Andrew Anglin’s website has been blocked by GoDaddy, Google and others following its comments on the Charlottesville violence.

Albanian domain registrar kicks Neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer offline

The site was booted offline by an Albanian domain host, after the neo-Nazi site briefly sought refuge.

Neo-Nazi Site Daily Stormer Retreats To The Dark Web

Web host Namecheap became the latest in a string of tech companies to refuse service to the website.

GoDaddy Pulls The Plug On Neo-Nazi Website The Daily Stormer

The white supremacist site has been publishing its hate-filled propaganda online for years.

Service Provider Boots Hate Site Off the Internet

Cloudflare appears to have ended its relationship with the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer.

Stormfront, The Internet's Oldest Neo-Nazi Site, Follows The Daily Stormer Down To Hell 

The massive crackdown on the internet's festering white supremacist contingent claimed another victory yesterday. Stormfront. More »      

‘Life comes at you extra fast’: Daily Stormer kicked off the Internet a second time after Anonymous hack

last monthNews : The Raw Story

Neo-Nazi Internet users are learning the hard way that developers don’t like their kind. According to The Verge, the former Daily Stormer reappeared online earlier on Thursday under the name “Punished Stormer,” only to be subject to denial-of-service attacks by the group...

Daily Stormer Whack-A-Mole Begins Again: Neo-Nazi Site Resurfaces Then Moves Back To GoDaddy

Less than 24 hours after neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer returned to the web, its domain registrar, DreamHost, claimed Anonymous hit it with a DDoS attack that put its 400,000 websites offline. Then, after inciting an attack on DreamHost, Daily Stormer moved its domain registration back to GoDaddy, the registrar that first booted the site off 10 days ago. More »      

Nazi Site Daily Stormer Can't Get a Domain

Ever since Charlottesville, the neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer has been struggling to stay on the Internet. The site's editor, Andrew Anglin, wrote a vulgar post disparaging Heather Heyer after she was killed in the Charlottesville car attack. Show More Summary

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