Prominent Palestinian-American comedian, Dean Obeidallah, has just filed a lawsuit against neo-Nazi blog, The Daily Stormer, after claims of him being a terrorist were publicized on the internet.

The white supremacist blog claimed that Obeidallah was the "mastermind" behind the horrific Manchester bombing - which left at least 22 people dead and 59 others injured. 

The Daily Stormer first published the article back in June with photoshopped tweets from Obeidallah's Twitter account, aka 'confessions' to his role in the fatal bombing.

The article took the hate a step further by encouraging violence and harassment towards the comedian. 

The civil suit was filed in Ohio federal court against both the blog and publisher Andrew Anglin, who "fabricated evidence" to suggest a link between Obeidallah and the fatal bombing, according to Forbes.

"Today I filed a lawsuit against The Daily Stormer and Andrew Anglin for defamation - there are not two sides to white supremacy," Obeidallah tweeted on Aug. 16. 

Following the accusations, Obeidallah began receiving violent threats and attempts at tracking down his activities and movements through a widget link.

"Some of them actually believe I’m a terrorist," Obeidallah said, according to The New York Times.

Despite it all, Obeidallah's fight against the hate is as strong as ever.

"I have very thick skin, and I've been called everything. As a Muslim comedian, being called a terrorist comes with the territory, and I've [repeatedly] been told to go back to my country, which is New Jersey, but they love saying it," Obeidallah said

"That's the world we live in today, but I've never had death threats before. And the difference is that Daily Stormer readers have committed violence."

Wondering how Obeidallah actually reacted following the Manchester bombing? Here's a brief reminder:

After news of the Obeidallah's lawsuit began making the rounds online, people couldn't help but stand in solidarity with the comedian

Sarcasm took over

"Give'em hell, Dean. We are 100% with you."

"Good for you"

Some are already anticipating the win!

This is what you get when you "pick a fight with a funny guy who has a LAW DEGREE"

About The Daily Stormer

The website - whose name is based on the Nazi Party's tabloid paper, Der Sturmer - resurfaced from the dark web with a Russian domain name on Wednesday, around the same time Obeidallah filed the lawsuit. 

The Daily Stormer was up and running for a few hours - just days after it helped organize a rally in Charlottesville where a 32-year-old woman, Heather Heyer, was killed and 19 others injured. 

Following the murder of Heyer, the site also posted an offensive article about the victim, which ultimately led to its suspension on social media. 

Domain providers including GoDaddy Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google Domains followed suit, announcing that they would not serve the website, according to the Independent.