For months prior to the recent shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh, suspect Robert Bowers spewed venomous bigotry , hatred and conspiracies online, especially against Jews and immigrants. During the Oct. 27 attack, according to a federal indictment, he said he wanted "to kill Jews." He is charged with 44 counts — including hate crimes — for the murder of 11 people and wounding of six others at the Tree of Life Congregation synagogue. The attack follows a spike in anti-Semitic incidents , concerns about the rise in domestic extremism and calls for politicians to rethink their anti-immigrant rhetoric . We wanted to know what programs, if any, are effective in getting violent and violence-prone far-right extremists in America to cast aside their...
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Is There A Cure For Hate?