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    • Ruben
    • 28.10.09 | 16:30 (IST)

    The Jews in Germany do not "oppose society", what makes you think that? The leaders of the Jewish council today are all either Holocaust survivors or their children. Hence they are primarily concerned with the task of making sure this never happens again. Of course no German of today likes to be reminded of what happened 60 years ago. But should it be forgotten? Broder is not really interested to run for president nor would he make a good president. He is a columnist who likes to provoke and does a very good job at it. I like most of his articles and agree with most of what he said about the Jewish council of today. I think most Jewish people of my generation Germany would say that (I am mid 30s) There has to be a new, younger leadership of Jewry in Germany. One that understands what it means to live as a Jew in Germany today...

    from the article: The German Shepherd / Is Germany ready for a provocative Jewish leader?
    First published 16:53 27.10.09 | Last updated 19:23 18.01.10
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