The American magazine, Foreign Policy, warned of the growing dangers of extremist Far Right groups in many countries of the world, after their ideology was mainstreamed into political parties. A united global front is needed before it is out of control.
A Norwegian court recently sentenced one of the extremist right-wing followers a renewable 21-year prison sentence. He was found guilty of attempting to kill the largest number of Muslims in a mosque near Oslo last year.
Various extremist groups had similar views about the spread of the Corona virus. The terrorists were eager to exploit the crisis to their benefit, as they provided explanations for the causes of the virus to best serve their extremist ideologies and goals.
The Interior Ministry in Germany announced the formation of an "independent expert group on Islamophobia" to combat the phenomenon and prevent the marginalization of Muslims and their persecution by supporters of the Far Right.
A report by the Global Risk Intel firm warned that there will continue to be threats of terrorist attacks during 2020. Despite the decline in the levels of terrorism around the world, predictions are that it won't disappear in the future due to right-wing extremism.
Supporters of the far-right anti-Islam extremist movement in Dresden, Germany, were surprised by the opposition to their ideas. After hearing about a hate march being organized, thousands of residents demanded that they leave so that Dresden can live in peace.