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    • Jonathan S
    • 16.03.07 | 21:50 (IST)

    Schultens is known for her anti-Israeli articles in the German weekly Der Spiegel, where she wanted to approach Israel with the Apartheid regime in South Africa. Der Spiegel wrote last December during the Christmas season that Judaism, contrary to Islam, is a religion of hate and violence. The Bertelsmann Foundation is considered in Germany as a neo-liberal organ of the German industry, wanting to promote a rosy picture of Germany for its own agenda. Serious scientific research by other organizations gave quite other alarming results. When asked long before the Lebanon campaign last summer, Germans replied that they saw Israel as the most dangerous country in the world. Two days ago it became known, that the police bodyguards assigned to protect the vice-president of the Jewish council in Germany were neo-Nazi sympathizers wearing privately SS-uniforms. This shows what is really going on in Germany.

    from the article: Seeing the Other more clearly
    First published 00:00 16.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.03.07
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