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Why Jews Join the German Far Right

Pushing pro-Israel slogans and posing as allies against antisemitism and the ‘Muslim invasion’ of Europe, a fiercely xenophobic, frequently Holocaust revisionist party in Germany has won over an unlikely core of committed Jewish activists

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When Germans went to the polls last week, voters in Berlin faced an unusual candidate on their ballot sheet: A Jewish, gay ex-IDF soldier.

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