But Sunday coincided with what Israel calls its annual Jerusalem Day, when Jewish pilgrims, including ultranationalists
, walk through the complex under heavy Israeli guard.
The very essence of the ultranationalist
writers' arguments is fear of demographically and culturally "losing" the Dominican Republic to Haiti and Haitians as was the case in 1822.
SOFIA, Mar 21, 2011 (TUR) -- Bulgaria's ultranationalist
and racist political party ATAKA extended by three months its campaign to ban news broadcast in Turkish on state-run national television network BNT.
Louis Theroux: The Ultra Zionists BBC2, 9pm For his latest outing, Louis Theroux spends time with a small and very committed subculture of ultranationalist
Jewish settlers in the West Bank.
He's certainly found one in this documentary, as he spends time with a small and very committed subculture of ultranationalist
Jewish settlers on the Israeli-occupied West Bank, and finds that they are warm, friendly, humorous, but also deeply troubling.
Meanwhile, Israel's ultranationalist
foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman dismissed as "chutzpah" a Turkish offer to restore ties if Israel apologises for the deadly raid on Mavi Marmara, saying it was up to Ankara to make amends.
Some 500 ultranationalist
Jewish settlers live in heavily fortified enclaves in the city amid more than 100,000 Palestinians.
And the chances of its junior coalition partner, the ultranationalist
Slovak National Party of Jan Slota, were boosted by the recent escalation of tension in the traditionally difficult Slovak-Hungarian relations.
The hawkish minister who is a member of the ultranationalist
Yisrael Beiteinu led by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, added, "We are giving them clean water and everything we get in return is wastewater."
In one of the toughest actions against the powerful military in the history of modern Turkey, police detained three of the country's highest-ranking former military commanders as part of a wide investigation into a shadowy ultranationalist
movement accused of planning to overthrow the Islamist-inspired government.
In part two, Skya reveals how the radical Shinto ultranationalist
ideology that would prevail until 1945 can be traced back to Hozumi's proteges Uesugi Shinkichi and Kakehi Katsuhiko, who displaced the conceptualization of the state as an extension of the family and who, unlike Hozumi, tackled the problem of the politicization of the masses through new conceptions of the state that called on the people to actively support imperial rule.
He warns that an additional threat is the election of the "ultranationalist
" Bozhidar Dimitrov as minister in the new Bulgarian Government.