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German Jews divided about Muslim immigration

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Published: 7 May 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

German Jews divided over fear of anti-Semitism among Muslim immigrants – Haaretz/AAP 03.05.16
A debate has been ignited after a rabbinical student criticised a German Jewish leader who spoke out against Muslim immigration to Europe.  Says Armin Lange, who sheltered an Egyptian asylum seeker in his own apartment for several months, ‘What we really have to do now, as Muslims and Jews, is to fight together against antisemitism and Islamophobia in Germany.’
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