German Jewish leader tells Haaretz: Anti-Semitism mounting in my country
Stephan Kramer says anti-Semitism used to be found on the fringes of German society, but 'When it reaches the normal people it's more dangerous.'
BERLIN - Ten minutes after we had agreed to meet, a text message from Stephan Kramer came through. "Are you there? I'm inside, in the back." Later, Kramer, general secretary of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, explained that he felt safer meeting in a separate room.