Chancellor Merkel: Jews Don’t Feel Safe in Germany


Yes, of course, Jews are not safe — because of Merkel’s immigration policies.

The late great German artist and Chanel fashion director Karl Lagerfeld said, “One cannot – even if there are decades between them – kill millions of Jews so you can bring millions of their worst enemies in their place.”

“I know someone in Germany who took a young Syrian and after four days said: ‘The greatest thing Germany invented was the Holocaust’,” he added.

Photo: Demonstrators in Berlin brandish Turkish and Palestinian flags as they burn an Israeli flag. Photo: Jüdisches Forum für Demokratie und gegen Antisemitismus.

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Chancellor Merkel: Jews Don’t Feel Safe in Germany

By: David Israel, Jewish Press, 26 Elul 5780 – September 15, 20200

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday marked the 70th anniversary of the Central Council of Jews in Germany by declaring: “Many Jews do not feel safe, do not feel respected in our country. This is one part of today’s reality and it is one that causes me grave concern,” Deutsche Welle reported.

In a keynote address to the Council, Merkel Merkel said it is a shame that anti-Semitism “never disappeared” from Germany. In fact, she stated, today this scourge is “more visible and without restriction.”

She pointed out the increase in conspiracy theories and hate speech targeting Jews on social media in Germany and received applause when she insisted that this is “something we must never accept in silence.”

She cited last Yom Kippur’s lethal attack on a synagogue the city of Halle as an example of “how quickly words can become deeds,” declaring: “Group related hostility against people is something we must fight.”

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