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January 23, 2016 8:10 pm

Merkel Says Antisemitism More Widespread in Germany Than Commonly Thought

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says anti-Semitism is “more widespread” in Germany than some believe and that action is needed to “deal with it – especially among young people… from countries where hatred of Israel and the hatred of Jews is widespread.”

Merkel said on her weekly podcast that anti-Semitism is more “widespread than we imagine, and that’s why we have to make intensive efforts against it,” noting the negative effects of anti-Semitic propaganda online and attempts to combat it.

Read full story at Haaretz.

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  • Jonah

    Ya think! After admitting A million Muslim refugees. Should she receive the Nobel prize of stupidity for coming to this brilliant conclusion? Her heart is in the right place but somewhere along the road her common sense short circuited. I mean have they created an environment where woman’s rights has effected their ability to produce a Volkswagen so they allowed tyrants into their country who can legally beat and rape them back into submission. That’s the only thing that makes any sense…to me. Germany has just joined the ranks of the fallen it’s now just a matter of time before the flag of Islam will be flying over it…..as a puppet vestige of MP’S pretend to be in charge of its daily affairs.

  • Lauren Goldman

    Well, Ms. Angela, it seems that you are about a decade late in coming to this realization. How is that ‘multiculturalism’ working for you, now? This is the price of willful blindness.

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