1938-2018: No Jew in Germany
1938-2018: No Jew in Germany

Writing in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Michael Hanfeld denounces the German addiction to anti-Semitism:

"Over the weekend in Berlin, a Jew was beaten by a group of people because he was wearing a necklace with the Star of David. The police arrested seven men and three women, Syrians. The act has not moved many [to express any] feelings. In April, 2,500 people gathered for the solidarity march 'Berlin wears the kippah'. Almost three months later, such a gesture is missing. And the media response to the attack is also low key. This shows how superficial the supposed sensitivity to anti-Semitism is. Anti-Semitism is becoming a daily phenomenon ".

Last week, Germany was shocked by three high-profile anti-Semitic assaults in three different cities across the country. A fifty-year-old Jewish John Hopkins University professor was assaulted by a Palestinian-born German who took the kippah off "My children do not want to walk with me if I wear a kippah because they are scared” the rabbi confessed. 
his head and pushed him as he shouted: "No Jew in Germany".

A rabbi from Offenbach was the victim of an assault outside the synagogue. "My children do not want to walk with me if I wear a kippah because they are scared” the rabbi confessed. 

A few hours before that, a boy with the Star of David was attacked and struck in a park in the capital.

In April, a video went viral. An Israeli Arab boy decided to wear a kippah to see what would happen on a walk in the streets of a good Berlin neighborhood. A Syrian boy struck him crying "Jew".

Now the federal commissioner for anti-Semitism, Felix Klein, wants anti-Semitic incidents to be registered at national level. In the meantime, Margaret Taub, president of the Jewish community of Bonn, asked her coreligionists to no longer wear Jewish symbols in public.

The Merkel government is trying to contain anti-Semitism, it allocates funds for new awareness programs, it increases security measures around Jewish sites. But the feeling is that we are facing a earthquake made possible by the very actions of this government. Merkel imported Arab anti-Semitism to Germany.

The former German president, Joachim Gauck, admitted to being "terrorized by multiculturalism" only after he left the office, adding: "I find it shameful ... when anti-Semitism among the people of the Arab countries is ignored”. 

In 1938, Hermann Goering, number two of the Nazi regime, said: “Ich möchte kein Jude in Deutschland sein”- I would not like to be a Jew in Germany. 

In 2018, a Palestinian shouted at an Israeli professor in Bonn: “Kein Jude in Deutschland”. No Jew in Germany. 

In 1938, the Arab Muftì of Jerusalem Haj Amin el Husseini plotted with the Nazis to free Europe from its Jews and to expel and kill the Jews from Jerusalem. 

In 2018, it is the same with the Muftì's heirs.