Anti-Semitic football supporters


This video from Germany says about itself:

Anti-Islamist Riots in Germany: Hooligans Against Salafists

17 December 2014

Demonstrations held by the far-right group Hooligans against Salafists — also known as HoGeSa — have recently gained momentum in Germany, as they organize marches in cities across the country. While the group claims to be protesting against Islamist extremism, the movement is widely accused of harnessing Islamophobia as a means of spreading racism.

VICE News followed the Hooligans against Salafists movement from its first full-blown demonstration-turned-riot in Cologne, which was attended by 4,800 people.

Yesterday, supporters of football club ADO marched in The Hague, the Netherlands. It was a protest against police officers striking for higher wages, which led to an ADO match being canceled.

According to witnesses, some of these fans shouted anti-Semitic slogans, like ‘cancer Jews’. Police are now investigating this.

There is an extreme right tradition among a minority of ADO supporters. When the club still played in their old stadium, in the Zuiderpark, these far right hooligans, calling themselves ‘North side nazis’ used to gather on the north side bleachers.

UPDATE: a 29-year-old man was arrested for anti-Semitic slogans this Saturday. Maybe more people will get arrested.

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