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    • Albert Fischer
    • 17.03.07 | 18:02 (IST)

    not directly. certainly not worse than france etc., but when i turn on ME discussion, its never in my favor and always rife with idiotic jews, sometimes imported from the US (former white house counselors nobody knows). by the way i attended a avi primor reading and exchanged couple of sentences, he is a super left winger and pretty detached from what is in the mind of the average arab from the street, just like most of my TA family and as far ARD is concerned, patrick leclerq is not my favorite hizbollah ...er.. ME correspondent but this is how we are: never happy, always bothering non-jews. people are defintely right inasmuch that jews should leave the germans alone - completely. if you are in the german state owned media, and you have to deal with organised german judaism, i.e. zentralrat, about them wanting you to cover this and cover that, it is no fun i guess

    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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