Neo-Nazism in Serbia mostly focuses on national and religious factors. Neo-Nazi organisations have few followers due to the widespread anti-Nazi sentiment in Serbia, and because they are attacked by Serbian nationalists.
The most well-known neo-Nazi organization in Serbia is Nacionalni stroj (National Alignment). It is based in the Serbian region of Vojvodina, and has orchestrated several incidents since 2005. In late 2005, charges were pressed against 18 of the leading members in Novi Sad, and each of the suspects were facing up to eight years in prison.
In 2006, two Israeli citizens were severely beaten in a Belgrade park by a group of white power skinheads wearing Nazi symbols. According to the Serbian Jewish community, this was not the first such attack. The white power skinhead organization Blood and Honour has a branch in Serbia, where it is called Krv i čast. On their official website, members of the Serbian branch claim they intend "to propagate revolutionary idea of National Socialism without compromise. The intention of Serbian Blood and Honour Division is to motivate all NS followers to radical activities and not only to passive observing or listening to the music."