Σάββατο, 31 Μαΐου 2008

Neo-Fascists beat up students in Rome


A group of students were beaten by neo-Fascist activists in Rome on Tuesday after managing to stop a far-Right rally at their university.
In the second round of extremist violence in Italy's capital in four days, the group were attacked outside La Sapienza University after hanging anti-Fascist banners.
The students had earlier successfully opposed Forza Nuova, a neo-Fascist political party, from holding a rally in a university building.
However, a gang of Forza Nuova supporters staged a retaliation by throwing rocks, injuring 10 people. Three were taken to hospital with wounds to their heads and shoulders.
It was a premeditated attack by a small group," said Francesco Raparelli, a student. "They did not have their faces covered and they were all over 40 years old, armed with rocks, belts and knives."
Gianni Alemanno, the mayor of Rome, said: "This violence has to be condemned. There are some dangerous imbeciles in the city who must be stopped."
Many Italians blame Silvio Berlusconi's government for fostering a climate of hate, intolerance and xenophobia.
Paolo Ferrero, a member of the Communist Party, said: "One thing is sure in Rome, we are in a full emergency. The problem is thanks to the emergence of fascists. The state and the police must intervene immediately to isolate the fascist cells."

Aggressione fascista all'università La Sapienza

Il 29 Maggio, 500 persone hanno attraversato le strade della "Sapienza" rivendicando Libertà per Emiliano, uno dei ragazzi coinvolti nell'aggressione nazifascita avvenuta martedì 27 Aprile in Via Cesare de Lollis, alle porte della città Universitaria.
A motivo dell'aggressione la vittoria ottenuta dagli studenti nell'impedire lo svolgersi del Convegno "L'unica verità sulle Foibe" organizzato dalla sigla "Lotta Universitaria", tornasole del movimento nazifascista nell'Università (invitato tra gli altri Roberto Fiore).
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