SA latest state to ban Nazi salute amid spike in abuse

By Jacob Shteyman
Updated November 29 2023 - 2:55pm, first published 2:51pm
Hatred and division has "no place in South Australia", Attorney-General Kyam Maher (right) says. (Jacob Shteyman/AAP PHOTOS)
Hatred and division has "no place in South Australia", Attorney-General Kyam Maher (right) says. (Jacob Shteyman/AAP PHOTOS)

Displaying Nazi symbols and gestures in public could soon land South Australians behind bars following a rise in "extremist" behaviour.

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