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    • Ursula Keller
    • 28.12.10 | 00:17 (IST)

    that there is any new "Antisemitism" in Germany. What is tiring , are the" watchdogs" of the german jewish organisations, who detect "Antisemitism" everywhere, in Germans and in Jews.When Alfred Grosser has been invited to Frankfurt, they threatened to leave a festivity, in case he should critizise Israel. When the Association of Palestine Doctors and Pharmacists met in Berlin and invited Norman Finkelstein to speak, they tried to force the Maritim Hotel to cancel that meeting, when that didn't succeed, they demonstrated with "Antisemitism" posters and Israel flags in front of the hotel. I happened to attend the festivity, it has not been antisemitic at all. Nearly all german newspapers do not inform about what really is going on in Israel, they all are afraid to critizise politics and being blamed of "Antisemitism".... What the article mentioned, probably are some NeoNazigroups, mostly underprivileged people without a job, who are blaming "foreigners" for their problems. Coloured people, Turks, Muslims in general and sometimes jews are targets for their aggressive behaviour. But there is no tendency in the german society for real "Antisemitism"...

    from the article: What is stirring a new strain of anti-Semitism in Germany?
    First published 14:55 27.12.10 | Last updated 14:55 27.12.10
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