You know, Albert there is another problem, all over Europe, but specifically in Germany. There is often a complaint by parts of the Jewish community, that people are only willing to accept a Jew, as long as he is behaving "nicely" and has a "correct" political message. And I think they have a fair point with that. The problem is, human beings are human beings, and the majority of non-Jews will perceive people like Avi Primor or Uri Avnery as more sympathetic than for example Henryk Broder or Michel Friedman. And I don't think that it's a specifically Jewish problem, there are also (more moderate) Muslim people in Switzerland that I would con- sider more sympathetic than the more extreme ones, simply because their "tone" as well as their message is a different one.
Clashes between IDF and protesters in Bethlehem and East Jerusalem (Reuters)
from the article: Seeing the Other more clearly