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Hard Line leader Rasmus Paludan
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Quran Burning
Total Mentions: 36.64K  |  Individual Accounts: 34.77K  |  Total Retweets: 59.51K
Total Impressions: 90.53M  |  Total Reach (estimate): ~26.49M
Rasmus Paludan, the leader of Hard Line, a Danish far-right group, burned a Quran, the holy book of Islam, during demonstrations last weekend outside the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden, over Turkey's rejection of Sweden's NATO membership bid. Paludan had previously sparked violent riots in Sweden last April for performing the same stunt. Sweden’s Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson excused this act as “freedom of expression,” which caused many people on social media to express outrage by the lack of condemnation for this type of hate, comparing it to responses to acts of antisemitism or homophobia.

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  • “#WeRemember,” “#HolocuastRememberenceDay,” “#HolocaustMemorialDay,” “years old” - Campaign led by the World Jewish Congress to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day. See below. 
  • “Freedom of Speech,” “Anti-semitism burning” - Related to the reaction to comments made by Sweden’s prime minister after a protester burned a Quran. See above. 
  • “Elon Musk,” “White Supremacist, Holocaust denier” - Related to the conversation around the reinstatement of the Twitter accounts of far-right figures. See below.
  • “Klaus Schwab,” “Joe Biden,” “World Economic Forum,” “conspiracy theory” - Related to New World Order conspiracy theories.
  • “Israeli apartheid,” “Israeli occupation,” “#Israel,” “#Palestine,” “#FreePalestine” - Related to the discussion of Israel-Palestine.
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nick Fuentes
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Total Impressions: 429.64M  |  Total Reach (estimate): ~60.76M
Twitter reinstated notorious Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes onto the platform Tuesday, the latest among numerous white supremacists and antisemites who have been brought back in recent weeks. Fuentes was suspended again less than 24 hours later for blaming the Jews for controlling the world and declaring “we love Hitler”
Media Matters recently released a report on the "groypers" network, a group of accounts promoting Fuentes' ideology on Instagram. These accounts often share hateful memes and use Instagram's link sticker feature to direct users to Cozy.TV, a streaming platform Fuentes launched in 2021.
Holocaust denial on social media is not unique to Fuentes and his supporters. A report from UNESCO released in July 2022 found that 19% of public Twitter content related to the Holocaust either denied or distorted it. The same was true for 17% of Holocaust-related content on TikTok, 8% on Facebook, and 3% on Instagram. Twitter is being sued in Germany over the platform’s failure to moderate and remove posts denying the Holocaust. 

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Total Impressions: 460.89M  |  Total Reach (estimate): ~68.92M
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, recognized on the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp and designated by the United Nations for the commemoration of the Holocaust.

Throughout the week, many people engaged with the "We Remember" campaign, a global initiative by the World Jewish Congress which aims to raise awareness on social media about the atrocities of the Holocaust and to educate people about the dangers of hatred and intolerance. The relevance of this campaign is highlighted by several recent surveys from The Claims Conference which show a lack of Holocaust understanding in the United States and around the world, particularly with the younger generation.

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