Where did Ammon Bundy go? Is Vermont Palestinian shooting hate crime? newsbhunt


The shooting of three Palestinian-American men this week in Vermont is being investigated to determine whether it was a hate crime, while hate incidents across the country continue to spike. Meanwhile, far-right extremist agitator Ammon Bundy and his family have reportedly disappeared from their home in Idaho. And a new study shows that extremists continue to rake in cash across various social media platforms.

It’s the week in extremism.

Vermont shooting raises wartime tensions 

This undated handout photo provided by the Institute for Middle East Understanding shows Hisham Awartani, Tahseen Ali and Kenan Abdulhamid, who were shot on their way to a family dinner. The three university students of Palestinian descent were wounded on Nov. 25, 2023, in a shooting in Burlington, Vermont, in what police said appeared to be a "hate-motivated crime."

Hisham Awartani and two friends were taking a walk around the neighborhood on Sunday after a child’s birthday party when a man silently approached, then shot all three men. Police arrested 48-year-old Jason Eaton, and are investigating whether the shooting was motivated by bias. Two of the three victims were wearing keffiyehs, traditional Palestinian neck scarves, and the men were speaking Arabic when they were attacked.  


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