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With rise in anti-Semitism, will Merkel’s support of migration pact endanger German Jews?
January 14, 2019
On the heels of several polls alerting to an alarming rise in anti-Semitism, German Chancellor Angela Merkel led the signing of a compact to facilitate migration to Europe. But what does it mean for a European Jewish population that already feels vulnerable?
December 25, 2018
An end to German hypocrisy
The same Germany that prides itself on having learned the lessons of its Nazi past and heralds its friendship with Israel supports organizations, in particular in Arab and Muslim states, that disseminate the hatred of Jews and Israel, or demonstrate scandalous tolerance for such hatred.
Germany creates anti-Semitism reporting center
December 24, 2018
“We cannot leave fighting anti-Semitism in this country to the Jews,” stated the country’s new commissioner for Jewish affairs Felix Klein.
Germany to condition foreign aid on combating anti-Semitism
December 21, 2018
German organizations working abroad will have to sign contracts to ensure that they do not support or promote anti-Semitic activity, announced the country’s first anti-Semitism commissioner.
German Chancellor Merkel starts Israel visit at Yad Vashem
European Jewish Press
October 4, 2018
The chancellor and 13 German government ministers will hold an intergovernmental meeting (G2G) with their Israeli counterparts. This will be the seventh such meeting in the last decade.
‘Anti-Semitism is becoming socially acceptable again,’ warns German Justice Minister
April 25, 2018
According to Germany’s anti-Semitism commissioner Felix Klein, an estimated “1,500 anti-Semitic attacks are registered by police every year.”