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Anti-Semitic attack in Hamburg

Hamburg - Brutal hatred of Jews on the street, in the middle of Hamburg. But growing, violent anti-Semitism is not an issue in the election campaign.

The fact: For more than six years, activists have regularly held a vigil near Hamburg Central Station, showing solidarity with Israel against anti-Semitism, and for peaceful coexistence.

But last weekend, four young people turned up and insulted the participants.

Michael T. (60, name changed) is a Jew himself. Interviewed by Bild he says: “They shouted 'Free Palestine', 'Shit Jews' and 'I'll fuck your mother'.” When T. confronted one of the young men, “his brother probably ran up to me and immediately punched him in the face. I was covered in blood in the arms of my mother, who had rushed to help.” The perpetrators were laughing.

T.’s mother, who was also there, reports: "He was lying there with a bleeding face. I thought his eye was torn. There were splinters of his glasses on his face. His cheekbone now needs to be surgically filled. It's the worst that can happen to a mother to see something like that."

Andreas M. is the initiator of the vigil. He says: "Anti-Semitism no longer only comes from the left or the right. He is increasingly coming from the Muslim side, we notice that again and again."

The fact is that the recent attack on a synagogue in Hagen and the hateful riots during the Middle East conflict in May also show that Muslim anti-Semitism is a problem.

But the chancellor candidates are having a hard time dealing with the issue.

And that despite the fact that they regularly assert in the election campaign that they want to do everything against anti-Semitism. Armin Laschet (CDU) wants to pursue a "zero tolerance" policy against Islamism, continue to deport those who threaten and ban unconstitutional associations.

And Olaf Scholz (SPD)? After the failed attack in Hagen, he said that it was “our duty” to do “everything to protect” Jews.

In their election manifesto, the Greens speak out in favor of “strengthening and security for Jews in Germany”, while Chancellor candidate Baerbock wants to guard threats around the clock.

The Islam expert Ahmad Mansour told Bild: “The top candidates are pursuing the worst election campaign strategy on some issues: They are dead silent about the problems and ignore them. If you don't develop concepts for everyday life, the situation for Jews in Germany will not improve. "

Source: Bild
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