Is the Threat From Hate Groups Overlooked?
As Sikhs in Wisconsin remembered the victims of an extremist's rampage at their temple, Muslims in Tennessee reopened an Islamic center that had been the target of arson, vandalism and a bomb threat. These attacks and others have led some to wonder whether the dangers of homegrown hate have gotten enough attention.
Has the government's focus on Muslim terrorists made us neglect the threat from white hate groups? Should law enforcement pay more attention to them?
Authorities Chose to Look the Other Way
Mark Potok, Southern Poverty Law Center
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