Most Jews realize that there are people of good will in Cologne generally and Germany as a whole. The truth of the matter is that was even the case during the holocaust. However, its profoundly important to detect and deal with anti-semetism and more generally racism. I suppose I'm saying that its more important to spot and deal with evil than it is to acknowledge benevolence. When people do just that, it doesn't mean that they don't recongize that benevolence exists.
Key U.S. House Democrat cites troublesome issues in Iran nuclear deal (Reuters)