Germany Aims to Ban Ascendant Far-right From Giving Nazi-like Speeches, but Law Isn't on Their Side

Whether the shutting off of microphones in parliament, or heightened action by the media and intelligence services, German politicians and Jewish leaders hope to keep the conversation civil

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COLOGNE, Germany — They’re now 13 percent of the lower house of parliament: legislators for the far-right Alternative for Germany party, many of whom have a record of anti-Semitic or racist comments. But a...