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"felix klein" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The suspects would provide the list to a local attorney in exchange for money. Dan? According to the indictment, the attorney would use that information to attempt to solicit the detainees to hire his firm in immigration proceedings. And they don't know who the attorney was that received the lists, you have, right? Like these three employees who are facing up to fifteen years of peace in federal prison for these charges aren't going to rat him out. Not to mention they're not gonna want him to pay their fine. He just he just have to look at these problems that we create for our selves. We don't have to have immigration detention center employees justifying what they do. By the media given them a pass. And yeah, that's, that's exactly what we have there, the good, guys and people like me and you are the bad guys, we're not sensitive. We don't care. I don't see it that way. And I don't think neither of you. And none of you see that either you had twenty two hundred migrants apprehended in that El Paso sector. I'm jay. I mean that's staggering more than eighteen hundred in El Paso, area alone. House a border patrol agent supposed to control that if you've apprehended twenty two hundred undocumented immigrants. How many did you not apprehend, how many escaped it was the busiest day of enforcement activity for El Paso sector border patrol agents during this ongoing influx? The more than twenty two apprehensions twenty two hundred apprehensions included two large groups and many smaller groups. The heck upsetting day began in the boot heel of New Mexico with a large group of more than two hundred undocumented immigrants apprehended near the antelope wells port of entry just after two o'clock in the morning. A second. This is how they're describing a second enormous group was one of the largest in El Paso sector thus far with more than four hundred and thirty people crossing the border just west of Bowie, high school in L Paso at around seven o'clock in the morning. According to the border patrol eighteen hundred fifty of the more than twenty two hundred migrants taken into custody where apprehended in the geographic area between executive bullet boulevard and midway street in L Paso. They mostly Central American families and unaccompanied children. This fiscal year today. The Paso sector has arrested over. You need to hear these numbers. I'm not just wasting your time has arrested over one hundred and thirty thousand illegal aliens compared to sixteen thousand the same time last fiscal year. This is not an emergency. This is no big deal. Clapper, and Brennan and other members of the Obama administration Leon Panetta, Janet Napolitano, Susan Rice Samantha. This is not an emergency, right. You gotta be kidding. What would constitute an emergency for these people? Oh, well that's a really tough question to answer since we had a an ambassador who was being a slaughtered. And they didn't think that was an emergency. They made up some BS about a video. I'm just I'm so frustrated because I don't know, when the, you know how the media can look at itself in the mirror when they hide these stories. When they when they get they hide stories about, you know, the, the, the fact that in Germany right now. You I had the I don't know some guy they assigned the job of. Gauging anti-semitism, measuring anti-semitism who said everybody better wear better not wear a yarmulke keep in public. And now you have Angela Merkel who said yesterday that they need more police protection at temples and Jewish facilities. Unfortunately, there is to this day, not a single synagogue. Not a single daycare center for Jewish children. Not a single school for Jewish children that does not need to be guarded by German policemen. This was her talking to Cristiana unimportant. Almond poor. Hi in Germany. Oh, and then she said, there's always been a certain number of anti-semites among us. Unfortunately, I guess, I guess, maybe hit Louis just an anti Semite in Germany, obviously, they always have to be seen in a certain context in the context of our past, which means we have to be that much more vigilant than others. She said emphasizing that Germany has to face the spectres of our past, and that we have to tell our young people what history has brought over us and others and these Harz why we have to put ourselves in the other person's shoes and why we stand up against intolerance, and why we show, no tolerance towards violations of human rights. Good luck with that. They had sixteen hundred fifty hate crimes against Jews committed in two thousand eighteen that's up ten percent from the previous year. Physical attacks against Jews in Germany, also rose in the same period. With sixty two violent incidents recorded up from thirty seven in two thousand seventeen. Right wing extremists committed ninety percent of the incidents. The real number of Islamic animated, antisemitic attacks in Germany's not well, documented because the thirties, characterize Islamic anti semitism, as right-wing anti-semitism. And this is just a few days after Felix Klein warned Jews that it may be dangerous to wear Yarmuk is in public. And you know what the US ambassador ger- Germany said and I agree with Richard Grenell. You know, Donald Trump who hates gays apparently did appoint a gay ambassador to Germany. But hey, don't confuse the Q community with facts. He said the opposite is true where you're keeping where your friends keeper borrow Akiba and wear it for Jewish neighbors educate people that we are a diverse society. Magin that to show solidarity with the Jews. Actually, one of Germany's leading newspapers printed. A do it yourself, keep a cut out on its front page on Monday, so that people were able to cut it out and put it on their heads. The two thousand and nineteen this Merkel's fault. The rule of law, and the judiciary in German in Germany, and the law enforcement it can't protect citizen. She's two faced. One should never. You know, listen to these people who created these problems talk about how to solve these problems, total disgrace. It's got everything to do with the flood of illegal Muslim immigrants into Germany, period, end of story rich coming from Angela miracle, he she has been welcoming and favoring Islam fascist heathens for years has done nothing to protect the Jews or the Christians. That's the truth mass Islam. Mc migration is another Islam invasion and Europe has been on the receiving end of Islamic terror for over a thousand years. This is why anti Jewish hate crimes are on the rise, not just in Germany. But in every western nation that allows this massive third world migration. Blaming it on right wing extremists. Like they try to do here is a lion. Counterproductive..

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"felix klein" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yeah. This depresses me, I don't wanna see this. What a horrible message. What a horrible thing to say this German official Felix Klein Germany's governmental anti-semitism Representative Felix Klein came out of the week and say, said all Jews in Germany because of the rise in attacks against Jews. Here's going to be our answer. This is going to be our solution. Don't let people know you're Jewish forget that. Don't let Muslims. No, you're Jewish. That's Germany's answer. Don't wear that thing on your head. Well, you know. There's there's. Good news here. I guess. Though yesterday, even though there was a backlash and our great ambassador to Germany again. Richard Grenell said the opposite should be true. Everybody should wear their keeper. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin was shocked by what this German officials said asked about his earlier, comments climb. The German officials said yesterday he stood by remarks. He said his warnings should not be interpreted as a capitulation, however, but he said that all okay. So then he said because he got such a backlash. Hey, Jews in Germany. Seventy years after the holocaust, you still can't let people know you're Jewish because he got so much flak rightly for saying what he said, he said yesterday came out and said, you know what I stand by my remarks, but maybe all Germans should where the keep as a sign of support. That we stand with our Jewish brothers and sisters. Representatives for Jewish groups. In Germany said they supported Klein's intention to raise awareness of anti-semitism jury Germany. But they did ignorant as well. That. Greater acceptance of everybody would have been more helpful. It would have been more helpful for this German official if he's going to speak to somebody if he's gonna come down on somebody if he's going to get, I mean think about it. So here you got a situation Germany. I hope you're listening to America anti-semitism is on the rise here. I hope you're listening to America because we cannot capitulate we cannot appease here, like what Europe does there? What do you have? You've got two ways to go. Okay. You've got a you've got sky rocketing attacks on Jews in Germany. So if you're the German government, you wanna say something, there are two things you can say, you can say what this German officials said, okay? We got problems user getting attacked so ju stay home. It's too dangerous for you to go outside. And that's pretty much what the German officials said or you can say. This is bullcrap. These attacks this anti-semitism. It will not be tolerated all of Germany's got to rise up against it. Jewish germans. All you Jews in Germany, where you keep myself identify let everybody know you're Jewish and all the rest of us. Germans stand with our Jewish brothers and sisters, and all of you in Germany, who are attacking juice. Stop it. More coming down hard on you. You could stand up against the anti semitism, or you could do what this German official did. And blame the Jews. You know what it's their fault that they're getting attacked there where they're wearing that thing on their head? It's their fault. The spokesperson for Merckel, the German Chancellor said. Yesterday that the state has to ensure Germany has to ensure that the free exercise of religion is possible for everyone. And again, there has been a soul many other places. There's been a surge in antisemitic crimes in Germany in recent years and Jews like they are everywhere else in Europe, they're leaving. They're getting out. Synagogues have been burned synagogues have been vandalized German, people have been brutally beaten up hurt in killed Jewish people in Germany. I hope you're listening, America. Because this is pathetic appeasement again, in the face of evil and I don't expect Germany, the call out who's behind the anti-semitism in that, that the crimes against Jews in Germany. They don't have the courage to, to, to say. It's, it's Muslims..

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"felix klein" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Now tra- stumbling emission from the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in an interview with CNN, but congenitally Ken and will not uncommon. It said from developments, we see all of the world. We have always had a set number of anti Semites, amongst us. Unfortunately, there is to this day, not a single synagogue. Not a single daycare center for Jewish children. Not a single school for Jewish children. That does not need to be guarded by German policemen. Unfortunately, over the years, we have not been able to deal with the satisfactorily that we can do without this. We have to tell our young people what history has brought over us and others, and these horrors. Some of the context here, MS who was talking just a couple of days after the German government's Commissioner to combat. Antisemitism warned that it was unsafe for Jews to kipah hat in public and a recent report, highlighted. A twenty percent rise of antisemitic incidents in Germany in two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen we can speak now Benjamin wine thous-, about him based European affairs. Correspondent Jerusalem Post plenty to talk about Benjamin festival, perhaps that rather astonishing comment, by Anglia miracle that even a daycare center, Jewish school needed to be guarded by police. That's astonishing. Isn't it? Well, yes. And no, it's Donna, Shing that there needs to be constant protection since since the holocaust. But at the same time transfer Mariko has reiterated the same speech over and over for years. Several days ago, the Jewish community, which represents about nearly one hundred thousand members registered members of the central council of Jews in Germany appeal to chancellor miracle to ban all of the Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah, which operates in Germany. There's about nine hundred fifty members in just a few months ago, the United Kingdom outlawed the group miracle rejected the appeal or she has implemented a full ban. So there's a disconnect between her rhetoric and what's happening on the ground that's history. So is it your sense that the Jewish community feels officials need to do much more than simply talk to bring about an end to this rise in anti-semitism, that, that's exactly the feeling among Jews, and I've been covering analyzing the German Jewish community for nearly twenty years. And there's a sharp spike inning. And. In about their security. So there are different ways to crack down on anti semitism. And the chancellor has simply described the problem as she did in that interview, and mentioned the horrors of the past, namely, the, the crimes of national socialism, but in terms of an overall strategy she lacks. One. So then does that lead you to conclude, perhaps, that many Jewish people are considering reconsidering that future in Germany young ones, particularly, yes, I've reported for the Jerusalem, Post and also read about this, where a fellow at the foundation for defense of democracies and think tank that young Germans usually add lessons route fifteen or sixteen have made have emigrated to Israel, or to attend boarding schools here with a view toward making that's emigration to Israel one, young German Jewish girl told developed paper, large broadsheet, Germany, that she doesn't view future for Jews in Germany that was her quotation just a few months ago. This issue of being perhaps too dangerous to where the kipah Hatton in certain public places. What sorts of debate does that sparked in the country. Well, it's there's been largely outrage to the response of Dr Felix Klein, the commission, the federal Commissioner to combat anti-semitism and support a German Jewish life, because it's an it's an admission of capitulation or defeat is on that Jews post show can out reveal their Jewish identity in public places. But at the same time in terms of the outrage, it's also sharpen minds, and focused debate on how serious, the problem is. I'm afraid we're going to have to leave it at Benjamin, one thousand per European affairs correspondent for the Jerusalem.

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"felix klein" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"That's A M, A, C dot US, all of the great stuff. None. The baggage, amac dot US, one of the uncomfortable fact here is that the rise of immigration into Europe mainly from Muslim countries in the Middle East, many of which do not have western values. In mind. I mean, it's hard to suggest that, that folks coming from Syria are fully in tune with western values, if folks coming from Libya, fully in tune with western values that any level of a simulation. That's not that's just not the culture in Libya and Syria to this point on a rip on Islam. That is just a suggestion that there are serious cultural differences between Libya and Syria, and France and those cultural differences can be felt everywhere in Europe, and that is, what is causing this huge backlash in large part, again, as I say, not a refund Islam. There was a time when Islam was, perhaps, the most Ford thinking will listen from, like, seven hundred thirteen hundred for example, when they were preserving all of the of the Greek philosophers, but to suggest that Islam today is producing citizens from Libya in Syria for just ready to get on the, on the female rights gay rights, bandwagon, and France, I think, is a bit of steak that is obviously not borne out by any of the polling data that has some pretty significant impacts in Europe worn those impact is not just the fracturing of the body politic in your. Europe. But the targeting of other minorities, Germany's government Commissioner on anti-semitism over the weekend, worn Jews in Germany, about the potential dangers of wearing the KEA, which is what I wear in the face of rising anti Jewish attacks Felix Klein, he said, I cannot devise juice to wear the everywhere all the time in Germany. He said his change his mind on the subject compared to previously. He said the lifting of inhibitions in the uncouth, which is on the rise in society. He says the internet and social media have largely contributed to this, but so of constant attacks against our culture of remembrance. The anti semitism in Europe is coming from a couple of different sources in Germany. They try to attribute the vast majority of it to the extreme. Right. Studies tend to suggest that it is not nearly all from the extreme right in Europe. They huge portion of antisemitic attacks in Europe are actually coming from new Muslim immigrants. The fact that the extreme right in Europe, which has always been anti semitic continues to be anti semitic is not a particular shocker. But it is obvious that the Jews in. Europe are feeling the threat which is why Jews in Europe are basically leaving Jews are abandoning Europe. Every every few months there's an article about canned Jews continue to live in Europe. It's amazing the New York Times, to'real board disclaims any responsibility whatsoever for the rise of anti-semitism in Europe from the left. They say the worrisome, trend was underscored by a report issued by the German government this month showing the anti semitic incidents, Germany, had increased by almost twenty percents in two thousand eighteen from the previous year with sixty nine acts classified as violence, seventeen hundred ninety nine reports of antisemitic. Attacks are incidents. The most common offense was the use of the swastika and other illegal symbols. The rest range from online incitement and insults to arson assault, and murder of the total. The report attributed eighty nine percents of the incidents to the far right? Which, by the way, is disgusting. Right. I mean the far right in Germany, as, as what the white supremacist far right in the United States is disgusting evil Germany, like many other European nations seen a resurgence of the neo-fascist right much of the recent reporting Germany on the rise. Vance semitism has focused on hostility to Jews among Muslim, I grits, and here's where the New York Times. Goes off the rails. This part is true. There are surveys in Europe and what they suggest is that by plurality the leading perpetrators events, medic attacks are in fact Muslim. Hey, there was a, a report last year from the European Union agency for fundamental rights. They want their second survey anti-semitism. They surveyed some sixteen thousand five hundred individuals across twelve Member States, this, according to tablet, the findings found the European anti-semitism is predominantly Muslim origin, followed in close by the left wing variety, according to respondents experienced some form of asthma in the past five years. Thirty percents of the perpetrators were Muslim twenty one percent where people espousing left wing view only thirteen percent expressed a right wing view that same survey found that a third of respondents considered emigrating from Europe because they no longer feel safe there as Jews. So the New York Times, obviously is going to focus in on the German government study that suggests that all of this violence is coming from the radical, right? When in reality, a huge percentage of it is coming from Muslims and. Coming from the far left as well. That is not to discount the evil of the far. Right. That is to point out that if you're a Jew living in Europe and I know many Jews who are living in Europe, when they talk about the chief threat to their lives. What they are talking about is generally, not the European far right? Just on a statistical basis. An Anatolian statistical based on that particular study. Now, where's the New York Times go with this? This is so telling or the New York Times goes with this is they then blame Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. I'm not kidding you. They blame the prime minister of Israel. So the newspaper that is that is complaining about anti semitism in Europe is blaming the only Jewish state for the creation of anti-semitism in Europe. Michael Oren, former foreign minister for Israel. He says all the hypocrisy that fits the New York Times, aditorial and rising anti semitism sites. Benjamin Netanyahu has a source, but it's Anamar Rashida to leave an incredibly the New York Times, and it's Nazi cartoon and endless articles, vilifying, the one Jewish state and its supporters laughable, if not, so tragic, and this is true, by the way, even the right wing anti semitism in Europe is being driven in large part by media, that criticize Israel endlessly, and then allows the far right to identify anti-zionist semitism, and anti Zionism and allows to cover up anti anti semitism, within Zionism. That's why you ended up with that German court ruling a couple of years ago in which to lose to Muslims burned down a shoal. They burned down a synagogue, and then claim that they were doing anti-zionist sentiment not anti semitic sentiments. And the court ruled with them. The fact that the New York Times is refusing to acknowledge the source of anti-semitism is pretty astonishing, but all too telling unfortunately coming up members of the media, who are super concerned about anti-semitism.

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"felix klein" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on 790 KABC

"That's AM AC dot US, all of the great stuff, none of Aggie. Amac dot US, one of the uncomfortable fact here is that the rise of immigration into Europe mainly from Muslim countries in the Middle East, many of which do not have western values. In mind. I mean, it's hard to suggest that, that folks coming from Syria are fully in tune with western values that folks coming from Libya, fully in tune with western values that any level of simulation. That's not that's just not the culture in Libya and Syria to this point again. That's not a rip on Islam that is just a suggestion that there are serious cultural differences between Libya and Syria, and France and those cultural differences can be felt everywhere in Europe, and that is, what is causing this huge backlash in large part, again, as I say, not a rip on Islam. There was a time when Islam was, perhaps, the most Ford thinking religion from seven hundred thirteen hundred for example, when they were preserving all of the of the Greek philosophers, but to suggest that Islam today is producing citizens from Libya, and Syria are just ready to get on the on the female rights gay rights bandwagon in France. I think is a bit of steak that is obviously not borne out by any of the polling data that has pretty significant impacts in Europe. More of those impact is not just the fracturing of the body politic in your. But the targeting of other minorities, Germany's government Commissioner on anti-semitism over the weekend, worn Jews in Germany, about the potential dangers of wearing the keep, which is what I wear in the face of rising anti Jewish attacks Felix Klein said, I cannot devise juice to where the everywhere all the time in Germany. He said his changed his mind on the subject compared to previously. He cited the lifting of inhibitions and the uncouth, which is on the rise in society. He says the internet and social media have largely contributed to this constant attacks against our culture of remembrance. The anti semitism in Europe is coming from a couple of different sources in Germany. They try to attribute the vast majority of to the extreme. Right. Studies tend to suggest that it is not nearly all from the extreme right? In Europe, that huge portion of antisemitic attacks in Europe are actually coming from new Muslim immigrants. The fact that the extreme right in Europe, which is always been anti semitic continues to be anti semitic is not a particular shocker. But it is obvious that the Jews in your. Are feeling the threat which is why Jews in Europe are basically leaving Jews are abandoning your up every every few months. There's an article about can continue to live in Europe. It's amazing. The New York Times, to'real board disclaims any responsibility whatsoever for the rise in anti-semitism in Europe from the left. They say the worrisome, trend was underscored by a report issued by the German government this month showing anti semitic incidents in Germany, had increased by almost twenty percents in twenty thousand from the previous year with sixty nine acts classified as violence, seventeen hundred ninety nine reports of antisemitic. Attacks are incidents. The most common offense was the use of the swastika and other illegal symbols. The rest range from online incitement and insults to arson assault, and murder of the total. The report attributed eighty nine percents of the incidents to the right, which, by the way is disgusting, right. I mean the far right in Germany, as, as what the white supremacist far right in the United States is discussing evil Germany, like many other European nations seen a resurgence of the neo-fascist, right much of the recent reporting in Germany, on the rise of anti-semitism has focused on hostility to Jews among Muslim, I grits, and here's where the New York Times. It goes off the rails. This part is true. There are surveys in Europe and what they suggest is that by plurality the leading perpetrators, Vance medic attacks are, in fact Muslim. Hey, there was a there was a, a report last year from the European Union agency for fundamental rights. They want their second survey anti-semitism. They surveyed some sixteen thousand five hundred individuals across twelve Member States. This is according to tablet, and the findings found that European anti-semitism is predominantly Muslim origin, followed in close, second by the left wing variety. According to respondents experience some form of anti semitic harassment in the past five years. Thirty percents of the perpetrators were Muslim twenty one percent where people Spousing wing view, only thirteen percents, expressed a right wing view that same survey found that third of respondents considered emigrating from Europe because they no longer feel safe there as Jews. So the New York Times, obviously is going to focus in on the German government study that suggests that all of this violence is coming from the radical, right? When in reality, a huge percentage of it is coming from Muslims and. Coming from the far left as well. That is not to discount the evil of the far. Right. That is to point out that if you're a Jew living in Europe and I know many Jews who are living in Europe, when they talk about the chief threat to their lives. What they're talking about is generally not European far right? Just on a statistical basis. And, and total instant based on that particular study. Now, where's the New York Times go with this? This is. So telling, what are the New York Times goes with this is they then blame Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. I'm not kidding you. They blame the prime minister of Israel. So the newspaper that is that is complaining about anti semitism in Europe is blaming the only Jewish state for the creation of anti-semitism in Europe. Michael, former foreign minister for Israel. He says all the hypocrisy that fits the New York Times editorial on rising anti-semitism sites. Benjamin Netanyahu has a source L Hannah, mar Russia, to leave an incredibly the New York Times, and it's not cartoon and endless articles, vilifying, the one Jewish state and its supporters laughable, if not, so tragic, and this is true, by the way, even the right wing anti semitism in Europe is being driven in large part by media, that criticize Israel endlessly, and then allows the far right to identify anti-zionist anti-semitism, an anti Zionism and then allows to cover up anti anti semitism with anti Zionism. That's why you ended up with German court ruined a couple of years ago in which to Muslims burned down a shoal. They burn down a synagogue, and then claim that they were doing out of Anton sentiment not anti-semitic sentiment and the court ruled with them. The fact that the New York Times, refusing to acknowledge the source of anti-semitism is pretty astonishing, but all telling unfortunately coming up members of the media, who are super concerned about anti-semitism have found a culprit, apparently that culprit is not just Benjamin Netanyahu, apparently, it's me in Indiana, synagogue gets faced with Nazi symbols now. Buzzfeed in the Washington Post, Justin. It's this is my fault and not getting is real adventure, Pero show. KABC dependable traffic.

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"felix klein" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Show in the nation. One of the uncomfortable facts here is that the rise of immigration into Europe, mainly from Muslim countries in the Middle East, many of which do not have western values in mind. I mean, it's hard to suggest that, that folks coming from Syria are fully into with western values or the folks coming from Libya are fully in tune with western values that any level of assimilation. That's not that's just not the culture in Libya and Syria to this point again. That's not a rip on Islam. That is just a suggestion that there are serious cultural differences between Libya and Syria, and France and those cultural differences can be felt everywhere in Europe, and that is, what is causing this huge backlash in large part, again, as I say, not a rip on Islam. There was a time when Islam was, perhaps, the most Ford thinking religion from seven hundred to thirteen hundred for example, when they were preserving all of the of the Greek philosophers, but to suggest that Islam today is producing citizens from Libya, and Syria are just ready to get on the on the female rights gay rights bandwagon. France, I think is a bit of a mistake that is obviously not borne out by any of the polling data that has some pretty significant impacts in Europe worn those impact is not just the fracturing of the body politic in Europe. But the targeting of other minorities, Germany's government Commissioner on anti-semitism over the weekend, worn Jews in Germany, about the potential dangers of wearing the KEA, which is what I wear in the face of rising anti Jewish attacks Felix Klein, he said, I cannot devise juice to where the everywhere all the time in Germany. He said his changed his mind on the subject compared to previously. He cited the lifting of inhibitions and the uncouth nece, which is on the rise in society. He says the internet and social media have largely contributed to this, but so of constant attacks against our culture of remembrance. The anti semitism in Europe is coming from a couple of different sources in Germany. They tried to attribute the vast majority of it to the extreme. Right. Studies tend to suggest that it is not nearly all from the extreme right? In Europe that he huge portion of anti-semitic attacks in Europe are actually coming from. Some new Muslim immigrants. The fact that the extreme right in Europe, which has always been anti semitic continues to be anti semitic is not a particular shocker. But it is obvious that the Jews in Europe are feeling the threat, which is why Jews in Europe are basically leaving. I mean Jews are abandoning Europe. Every every few months there's an article about Jews continued to live in Europe. It's amazing the New York Times at to'real board disclaims any responsibility whatsoever for the rise in anti-semitism in Europe, from the left, they say, the worrisome, trend was underscored by a report issued by the German government this month showing that anti semitic incidents in Germany had increased by almost twenty percents in twenty thousand from the previous year with sixty nine acts classified as violence, there are seventeen hundred ninety nine reports of antisemitic. Attacks are incidents. The most common offense was the use of the swastika and other illegal symbols. The rest range from online incitement and insults to arson assault, and murder of the total. The report attributed eighty nine percents of the incidents to the far right? Which, by the way, is disgusting. Right. I mean the far right in Germany, as, as what the white supremacist far, right? In the United States is disgusting, an evil Germany, like many other European nations has seen a resurgence of the neo-fascist, right? Much of the recent reporting in Germany on the rise of anti-semitism has focused on hostility to Jews among Muslim. I grants and here's where the New York Times goes off the rails. This part is true. There are surveys in Europe and what they suggest is that by plurality the leading perpetrators of anti-semitic attacks are, in fact Muslim. Hey, there was a there is a, a report last year from the European Union agency for fundamental rights. They watch their second survey anti-semitism. They surveyed some sixteen thousand five hundred individuals across twelve Member States. This is according to tablet, and the findings found that European anti-semitism is predominantly, Muslim and origin, followed in close, second by the left wing variety, according to respondents who experienced some form of anti semitic harassment in the past five years..

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"felix klein" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"To wear their traditional kipah caps on Saturday, amid concerns about rising anti-semitism, so many. Dr Felix Klein Germany's Commissioner for combating anti semitism advised German Jews, Saturday, not to wear the traditional Jewish. Kipah. Headwear doodo. Recent surge in the attacks, the antisemitic attacks said, I cannot advise Jews to where the kids everywhere all the time in Germany. The comments sparked a flurry of criticism from foreign officials including Richard Ronel US ambassador, to Germany, Cornell responded to the message saying, the opposite is true, where you're kipah where your friends kipah Barra one where where are Jewish, neighbors educate people that we are a diverse society, one newspaper, even printing them so that people could cut them out and wear them. But when you look at the anti-semitism like this. We have to start looking at what's going on here in America. They criticize President Trump is criticized as an anti Semite by the left. A president that is loved by the Israelis. The popularity of Donald Trump in Israel is off the charts. Again. If you are an honest journalist, and you wanted to make some waves and make a name for yourself with integrity. Goat israel. Ask the Israeli people what they think of Donald Trump moving our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Go ask them what they think of this president, but they won't. But the president is criticized for his dog was so on being an anti Semite and yet. You have two very prominent freshman, Ilhan Omar and Rashida to Leib. Associated with very closely associated with anti Jewish organizations like CAIR. Making radical statements about the Jewish people being pushed off the land. They're on Rashida to lead being very, very, very close. Friends with a radical violence, promoting anti-jew. Was at her private after her swearing in the private party after her swearing in. And they continue to be friends. They continue to raise money for the organization called care, the center for American Islamic relations, the Muslim Brotherhood has two arms. They have the arm of violence, which is a Maas and the public relations arm, which is care that tries to cover up that violence. Rockets being fired from the Palestinians settlements into Jerusalem to Israel. Injuring people. And you don't hear either of them denouncing that violence, as a matter of fact. They want you to understand the plight of the violence in the Palestinian people. The German government is in a very unique situation because of the holocaust, and the uprising of the Nazi regime, and what happened in Europe. They understand that they've got to get a day must have a much tighter leash on this kind of behavior. But it's great in America. That at least we're not having our government advised Jews to hide the fact that you're Jew. But we better be very careful. We know about radical groups here. And we should be looking out and saying, exactly what the other citizens in Germany are saying, which is we should be able to embrace each other. Despite our differences. And instead, even if the non-christians people of atheist, agnostics. Why does it have to be an adversarial, relationship? Why are there radical groups of, of atheists that mock people of faith by making up some goofball, faith, like they did the pasta ferry? And if you know what I'm talking about where they were a, a stranger on their head. Or they mock anybody that believes something like you're too. Shallow understand the realities that when you're dead, you're dead. And they want to sanitize all things of faith from our founding fathers on from our government with this false narrative about the separation of church and state, which never existed, the interpretation of that, Danbury Baptist letter is absurd. But now you start hearing people of specific faith. And it's what's shame in all of it is. In america. We have the right to say whatever we want to worship wherever we want. However, we want or not worship at all. It is truly what makes us a great country. And if we don't learn lessons, where we are trying to appease people in Europe, they're trying to appease people and appeasement never works. You're either tolerant or you're not. This. I to me is sad immensely sad. Just after eight o'clock, three models showing the president winning twenty twenty. Democrats still talking impeachment state budget, and more about a Utah judge suspended for comments, he made about President Trump all that coming up in the eight o'clock hour of the show. We have so much more to cover before the day is over the state budget really is something we should be looking forward to glad that the session legislature is over. That's coming up with the next hours as well. But will Trump victorious? We'll talk about that next. TV IT mixed today, secure and tomorrow, smarter. 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02:12 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Are Damon, went to the base camp of Everest in Paul at an elevation of seventeen thousand feet and spoke to climbers there. A goal that is really going to push you mentally, and physically to the limit. But all of the climbers were talking to her saying, you really need to know how to listen to your body, being here right now, when really healthy affect the lower levels of oxygen, most of those people who die on, Everest die from altitude sickness, which is caused by low amounts of oxygen high elevations can be causing headaches and vomiting, shortness of breath mental confusion, making bad decisions. In fact, most do not fall on Everest. They simply die from the altitude sickness, and they get that, from standing in line for a couple of hours to get to the get do the summit, you can put an amazing picture of that, that I posted this, too short time ago on the David Amy Facebook page, Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany has to be more vigilant when it comes to nationalist movements across Europe, because of the country's Nazi past Merckel says Germany. Face up to populist, finding mainstream support Jiminy Ken and will not uncut it said from developments, we see all of the world. We see this Germany, as well. But in Germany, obviously, they always have to be seen in a set in context and the context of our past, which means we have to be that much more vigilant than others. Speaking Monday Merckel also condemned the rise of antisemitism in the country, saying, Germany always had a certain number of anti-semites among us. Unfortunately, the government's anti semitism, commission sent them semitism. Commissioner Felix Klein recently caused a stir for saying he could not recommend to Jews that they wear the skull capital times everywhere in Germany. Laugh news time, eight thirty five. The seminar, the look at that Tuesday morning can be right now. Here's Bill Jackson. In alanon seventy-five central southbound at Bethany drive, wreck blocks two left lanes. It's backed up past Stacey road traffic sponsored by Paneira bread in Carrollton. It's some slow going. Brian thirty five southbound.

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10 10 WINS

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Child pornography charges. Authorities say computers were seized at his home. This woman who is at the air show reacted to all of this telling NBC four. And my children are grown, but as a parent, it's disturbing to me it truly is charged possession of child pornography and unlawful surveillance wins news time twelve oh. Five, there are wild chases. And then there's this police say in this case, there was a carjacking pursuit leading a robbery, suspect to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge, it kept getting worse and worse last night for a person in Brooklyn cops are after him so he carjacking victim. Driving onto the Brooklyn Bridge, but officers are waiting for him at the Manhattan and their cruisers blocking the exits trap, the carjacker then jumps off the bridge to a street below clearly hoping it could make a run for it. But instead, he suffers critical injuries and has taken to Bellevue Roger stern ten ten wins at the Brooklyn Bridge. Police say the suspect remains in extremely critical condition and is not expected to survive wins news time, twelve oh. Six to no one. Surprise the White House defending comments from President Trump that indicated to some that the president degrees with North Korea's leader on the topic of Joe Biden, Kim Jong UN called the former vice president and now presidential hopeful a swamp man, and a low IQ person President Trump tweeted that Kim's comments made him smile, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders NBC's, meet the press said the president is inciting with anyone and went on to blame the Obama administration for what's happening with North Korea. We shouldn't even be in the position that we're in to have to deal with North Korea. The level we are if they had done their job in the first place. And that we're seeing in moment after moment in relationship after relationship that the previous administration did nothing. They failed with Iran. They failed with North Korea. They failed on trade, and we finally have a president that's being tough with these countries. President Trump continuing his state visit to Japan today also tweeting this weekend that he's not worried about recent weapons tests conducted by North Korea. Plenty of reaction to a comment made by Germany's antisemitism. Commissioner Felix Klein was quoted as saying, I cannot recommend Jews. They wear skullcaps at all times everywhere in Germany. He did not provide specifics on what places and times might be risky for Jews to wear skullcaps. Otherwise, known as key, pas or yarmulke is the president of Israel. Reuven Rivlin responded to this with quote. We will never submit, and we'll never react to antisemitism with defeatism and expect and demand, our allies to act in the same way, the warning from German officials comes after the government, they're published figures showing significant rise in anti-semitic attacks across that country. Wins news time twelve oh. Seven. This week. Find great deals at Walgreens..

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"felix klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Clashed in the eastern German submits, follow new Iraqi and Syrian in connection faithful stubbing office fi water calendar software, both sides fireworks. Injuries after murder and the German city of Chemnitz thousands of demonstrators clashed with anti fascist protesters in a sec some in the Jewish community still feel vulnerable in Germany today. Last August, the well, it's media broadcast images of far right groups on the streets of Chemnitz, they focused the hate on jammies. Immigrant communities. It echoed another time with extremists gangs performing Nazi salutes. Balas Jewish restaurant. Shalom in central Chemnitz was an obvious target as as form part of it was difficult to make out. But the words that stuck with me were Jewish pig and get out of Jeremy and the swearing all kinds of objects. A rock hit me on the shoulder. Anti semitic incidents here in Germany have risen by ten percent overrule with violent attacks increasing by sixty percent. It's a trend that has been seen across Europe alongside of rise in popular. Nationalism Felix Klein is Germany's fast ever, anti semitism. Saw. I'm really worried about the fact that we have a growing number of politicians claim that they should stop being ashamed for what remedy has done in the past. And they should be proud of the achievements of German soldiers in the past. This kind of discussion was not even think of ten years ago. Dr Felix Klein Germany's anti semitism saw. And in that report from Naomi shovel bull. Sometimes it seems doesn't it negro that nationality is becoming more not less important. These days. Does this story? Resonates with me on so many levels. I was born in Germany, my mom was chairman. I left one six months old go straight area. And so I think that Germany a lot in Germany today has changed immensely from Germany, of course, of seventy years ago. I think Angela Merkel's active opening up its borders to Syrian refugees is one of the great.

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04:01 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Q E D. Some rain this morning along with breezy, conditions, then showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms are expected this afternoon. We'll have highs today from the upper fifties to the mid sixty s those winds will be southerly from ten to thirty miles per hour. They'll become ten to twenty miles per hour later this afternoon. And public radio. The time is eight forty six. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene. I'm Rachel Martin police in Germany are reporting a rise in anti-semitic, eight crimes the German government wants answers NPR's. Daniel estrin reports from Berlin. Monte, oh, dizzy young Jewish LGBT activists in Berlin on his walk home from work. He told me about what's happened to him while wearing a Jewish headcovering. Keep PA I've seen people spitting out in front of me because I was wearing a hypothesis people shouting at me do the middle of the streets the center, oh the city. And if I tell people about things, I experience they say what this happened to you. I didn't even know that there is anti-semitism today in Germany, there is some disagreement about the nature of anti-semitism in Germany today, for example, when does criticism of Israel cross into anti Jewish expression, and whether far right anti-semitism or anti-semitism from Muslims is the bigger problem. There have been problems with rising anti semitism amongst the Muslim community, most of whom were of migrant background going back. Several generations now for many years DJ burger heads the American Jewish Committee. In berlin. The group surveyed Berlin schoolteachers who reported some students crossing out Israel for maps and expressing fundamentalist Muslim ideologies. Her group is helping teachers develop lesson plans to address the issue with students. Dervish? He's another Berlin activists addresses a seminar of high school counselors about how do identify anti-semitism he's Muslim, and he says some Muslims in Germany, go on the defensive when they're accused of anti-semitism, they see it as part of a campaign of Islam of phobia fueled by Germany's growing far-right, we searching for ways how we can win people to be aware of problems such as. And how can we communicate this issue to them? So that they take responsibility and not deny it last year. Germany appointed its first national Commissioner to combat anti-semitism Felix. Klein he told me his focus right now is to collect data. Police say antisemitic crimes rose ten percent last year with ninety percent of the attacks coming from the far, right? But there's a dispute about some of the figures if you talk to the Jews in this country. They perceive attacks emanating from Muslims from radical Muslims, of course as much higher. They think it's around forty percent when it comes to physically takes Klein hopes to clear this up with a nationwide online reporting portal launched last month for Germans to report behavior, they witness that's not officially criminal. But it's still anti-semitic like graffiti or bullying in schools, he hopes by the end of the year to have enough examples to draw some conclusions. Because then we know more about the perpetrator about the social backgrounds. Maybe. Aware. I do. And then, of course, Lew constitute a very very important for our strategies for preventing anti-semitism, some juice say they face. Lots of skepticism about their complaints. And they hope Klein statistics will highlight the extent of anti-semitism in Germany today. Daniel estrin, NPR news, Berlin. You can follow these stories and more online at NPR dot work or follow us on Twitter and can find me at PR. Well, as at Noel king David is NPR green.

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"felix klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Millions of dollars now on a specific online based campaign to combat hate speech, anti semitism. The German government has appointed an anti semitism abso-. He's called Mr. client fans. Client, Phoenix, Phoenix client. Forgive me. Do you believe that these sorts of actions aren't gonna make a difference? That's was. Yes, I think that the internet is under regulated. I think the French laws which has dealt with a punishing those who use the internet to call on violence and that the semitism that's the right way to go Kathrina from snow by the coordinator against antisemitism opinion together with Felix Klein and others on the right track. Not enough is being done. And by the way, the conference of you'll get a rabbi's we're having a special site session at the next World Economic Forum in Davos in a few weeks where we're going to talk about. Regulation of hate speech in in the internet. So we're talking about hate speech on the internet, we've referred to the isolated acts of terrible violence that they've been in Europe. And as we just discussed in in the United States as well, but you can fleet some of that if I may say, so with some things that are very different, for example, you at the at the conference of European rabbis have made a point of really hammering Belgium, and the Flanders region in particular for their laws outlying outlawing, the slaughter of animals in kosher fashion. That is the animal clearly is alive and fully conscious when it is bled. To death at slaughtered. You say that that the axe to outlaw that kind of animal killing are a form of antisemitism now most people in Europe is nine do with antisemitism. It simply about animal cruelty, and preventing it. It's politically correct antisemitism. Let's take a look at the history of the slow the first. Country where this law was passed was Switzerland. I'm Swiss-born and in eighteen ninety five Switzerland wanted to stop Russian Jews to emigrate to Switzerland. It was an anti immigration measure. Let's go forward nine hundred thirty three. Hitler comes to PO in Germany wanted the first anti Jewish laws passed in Germany is anti hit law. Why he wants to Jews to leave Germany, but times change, are you suggesting to me that and it's not just Belgium. But there's a host of European countries that have outlawed this Cup form of animals law, which led us remember is not just threatening kosher slaughter but allow slaughter as well. I used to jesting that the people behind these bans are driven by antisemitism. There's laws today in the twentieth. Century in Europe is loss of much too much more to do with two-legged animal animal's than four legged animals. It has to do much more with immigration and immigration than with any animals. So you see malign intent in people who claim to be acting in the interest of protecting animals from cruelty gets Wilders in two thousand twelve the head of the far-right party in Holland appropriate says, we have to stop Islam. That's also mugging lapenne used in her. The presidential campaign. It is openness said, let's talk about circumcision. For awhile Jews have been living in Europe for thousand years for thousand years Jews have not been attacked because of circumcision why? Because they were a few Jews. How how many Jews yesterday that's two million? How many Muslims do you have today? New York more than forty million much more visible. It is against them. We Jews are other collateral damage. Interesting. You put it in historical context throughout the interview. I felt from you consciousness don't just if the president but of the past in Europe, and what has happened to Jews in the past. And it's interesting that the former chief rabbi in Britain Jonathan sacks. He said, you know in the middle ages Jews were persecuted because of their religion in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They were reviled because of their race and today in the twenty first century Jews retact because of the existence of their nation state Israel, do you feel that Israel has now become front and center in ways in which people who have anti semitic intent on now using the Israel issue to get at the Jewish people? Not everyone who criticizes this was not the summit. However, if you go and you. Demise israel. Let's say another form of videos and the divestment the boycott divestment movement, and you say that every people in the world have a right for a nation state besides Jews. So that's also another form of political antisemitism, which is it. It's anti Israel and its government and its policies in occupied territory. But is it anti semitism? I think that legitimate. Criticism of Israel. You can find within the Jewish community as well. But there is a red line where which when it is passed. I think that it is another form of antisemitism when you observe in Britain, the fallout between the Jewish community and the leader of the main opposition party in the United Kingdom. Jeremy Corbyn leader of the labour party with clear over allegations. From the Jewish establishment. The Jeremy Corbyn has aided and abetted anti semitism. Do you worry about the degree to which there is now this Gulf between one of the main political parties and the Jewish community in Britain? I think that. Jewish community anywhere in Europe. But also elsewhere when it can vote for both main parties and underwrite and under left, and if one of the parties comes to power can continue to live its life, a normal fashion that's away for Jewish comed- to live in a secure fashion. If the Jewish community knows that if they're going to vote for one candidate, the Jewish community can continue to flourish. But if the going to vote for another party, another party is gonna come to power. This means great problems or maybe an end to the true history of this country. That's when the problem starts, well, only, if you're suggesting to me that Jeremy Corbyn labour party's an existential threat to the future of the Jewish community in Britain, you seriously saying that I've I think that the British Jewish community is the is the best to answer this question. However, I've seen the turbulence let us remember that. Despite all of the allegations about Jeremy Corbyn and his actions in the past and the words in the past. Jeremy Corbyn insists that throughout his political career. He has been a fighter against an enemy of all forms of racism, including he always says anti semitism. This be what he says? But I've seen direction of the Jewish establishment here. I've seen what? Rabbi Jonathan sacks of Senate. That's a person who was very careful with his words. And I think that after sex said what he said we in Europe, we have to accept the opinion of the Jewish community. See some observers of this debate. And this argument and this rift that has developed see a fundamental hypocrisy amongst many Jewish people because while they castigate Jeremy Corbyn for some of his associations in the past. Some of his words in the past. They look across the water to Israel to the leader of Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who just recently hosted for five days of warmth, and friendship. Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, who has long associations with far right elements, including anti semitic elements in Hungary. Also, they see Benjamin Netanyahu making a point of journeying all the way to Brazil to declare his friendship alliance and partnership with the new president of Brazil, Mr.. Bolsonaro who has a record a long record of making statements, which are deeply troubling. In terms of his attitude to minorities to gay people to women, where's the consistency? Here. I would like to say I will. British choose a British citizens when the vote for president the votes of prime minister of a member of parliament, the vote here in Great Britain, don't vote in Israel, and what do you as the chief of the conference of European rabbis? What do you think of Benjamin Netanyahu cozying up to Viktor Orban and the leadership in Poland? Both of which are very troubling attitudes too. Many Jews in Europe. Okay. I think that is really government many times deals with governments. I think that inefficiently government is also in touch with HAMAs and with with other organizations, which are not exactly Philo Semite, and they have to deal with them because they have to make sure that Israel's stays secure I'm outside visual, not going to criticize the government. However, it is our job again as European Jews as a conference of European rabbis to make sure that the Jewish community is not going to be undermined by the far-right just a final thought, and it involves your personal life as well. You've made a life for the last three decades in Russia and actually the position for Jews in Russia appears on the face of it to improved over the last thirty years. I dare say you've been involved in that Binyamin Netanyahu again quoting him when there are serious horrible terror attacks, which involved Jewish people being killed in Europe. He always says to the Jews of in this case, I'm quoting France. But the Jews of Europe, he says, listen, Israel isn't just the place in whose direction you pray. The state of Israel is your home and Israel is waiting for you with open arms as a European Jew. Who was made a life in Russia? Do you think it is wise and helpful for the Israeli Prime Minister to constantly tells us that ultimately, by implication, the only safe place for Jews Israel. I think that Israel is adding to the safety of Jews not only to the Jews living in Israel. But those are the Jews living outside of Israel. If tomorrow God forbid The state of Israel would not exist anymore. I think the situation of Jews in the whole world would change radically. We knew what it meant to be Jewish. I. My specific point. Is it your perspective that Israel is ultimately, the only safe place truly safe place for the Jewish people. So we can it is again the job with an Israeli Prime ministers really politicians to invite us to come to Israel. It is our job as a conference of European rabbis to make sure that Jews in Europe can live safely, and you believe they can I believe that the future of Jews in Europe is dependent on the future of your if your gets its act together. And we're going to go to these changes and turbulence and job is gonna come out as a strong entity a safe entity. Then I think there's also a continuity future for choosing your pin, fast Goldschmidt. I thank you very much for being on HARDtalk. Thank you. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is made possible by American public media with support from Babbel, a European language learning program that'll teaches practical conversation in Spanish, French, German and other languages available in the app store or.

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KQED Radio

12:24 min | 1 year ago

"felix klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As in Washington has become much more divisive. And again to accuse certain political figure being conducive to this. I would go even back. I think it's the internet which changed the political discourse in the world. There's much unchecked an edited content which is being used as have been also used to get people to start terrorist attacks against the Jewish community in Europe. And I think that this new world which has been created by the internet, and this turbulence has also created this new divisiveness. In in the United States as well. Interesting. You talk about the internet and the degree to which it can facilitate the spread of hate and anti semitism. I noticed the French government is spending millions of dollars now on a specific online based campaign to combat hate speech, and antisemitism. The German government has appointed an anti semitism Zahn. He's wearing gold. Mr. client fans climb Phoenix Phoenix plan. Forgive me. Do you believe that these sorts of actions aren't gonna make a difference? That's his yes, I think that the internet is under regulated. I think the French laws which has dealt with a punishing those who use the internet to call on violence and that the semitism that's right way to go Catharina from snow buying the coordinator against antisemitism of opinion together with Felix Klein and others on the right track. Not enough is being done. And by the way, the conference of rabbis we having this special site session at the next World Economic Forum in Davos, and if you weeks where we're going to talk about. Regulation of hate speech in in the internet. So we're talking about hate speech and the internet we've referred to the isolated acts of terrible violence that they've been in Europe. And as we just discussed in in the United States as well, but you can fleet some of that if I may say, so with some things that are very different, for example, you at the conference of European rabbis have made a point of really hammering Belgium, and the Flanders region in particular for their laws outlying outlawing, the slaughter of animals in kosher fashion. That is the animals clearly is alive and fully conscious when it is bled. To death at slaughtered. You say that that the acts to outlaw that kind of animal killing our form of antisemitism now to most people in Europe do with antisemitism. It simply about animal cruelty, and preventing it. It's politically correct antisemitism. Let's take a look at the history of this law. The first. I country where this law was passed was Switzerland. I'm Swiss-born and in eighteen ninety five Switzerland wanted to stop Russian Jews to emigrate to Switzerland. It was an anti immigration measure. That's forward in nine hundred thirty three. Hitler comes to in Germany, wanted the first anti Jewish laws passed in Germany is anti law. Why he wants to Jews to leave Germany, but times change are you suggesting to me that it's not just Belgium. But there's a host of European countries that have outlawed this Cup form of animals slaughter, which led us remember is not just threatening kosher slaughter, but halal slaughter as well. I use adjusting that the people behind these bans are driven by antisemitism. There's laws today in the twentieth. Century in Europe, this loss of much too much more to do with two-legged animal animal's than four legged animals. It has to do much more with emigration and immigration than with any animals. So you see malign intent in people who claim to be acting in the interests of protecting animals from cruelty get Wilders in two thousand twelve the head of the far-right party in Holland openly says we have to stop you slam. That's also mugging lapenne used this in her. Presidential campaign. It is openly said, let's talk about circumcision. For awhile Jews have been living in Europe for thousand years for thousand years Jews have not been attacked because of circumcision why? Because there were few Jews how how many Jews yesterday in Europe lesson two million? How many Muslims do you have today? New York more than forty million the much more visible. It is against them. We Jews other collateral damage. Interesting. You put it in historical context throughout the interview. I felt from you consciousness, not just the president. But of the past in Europe, and what has happened to Jews in the past. And it's interesting that the former chief rabbi in Britain Jonathan sacks. He said, you know in the middle ages Jews were persecuted because of their religion in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They were reviled because of their race and today in the twenty first century Jews retact because of the existence of their nation state Israel, do you feel that Israel has now become front and center in ways in which people who have anti semitic intent on now using the Israel issue to get at the Jewish people? Not everyone who criticizes this was not the summit. However, if you go, and you de legitimize Israel, let's say another form of. And that's the divestment. The boycott divestment movement. And you saved that every people in the world have a right for a nation state besides to Jews. So that's also another form of political antisemitism, which is it. It's anti Israel and its government and its policies in occupied territory. But is it anti semitism? I think that legitimate. Mm. Criticism of Israel. You can find within the Jewish community as well. But there is a red line where which when it has passed. I think that it is another form of antisemitism when you observe in Britain, the fallout between the Jewish community and the leader of the main opposition party in the United Kingdom. Jeremy Corbyn leader of the labour party with clear over allegations. From the Jewish establishment. The Jeremy Corbyn has aided and abetted anti semitism. Do you worry about the degree to which there is now this Gulf between one of the main political parties and the Jewish community in Britain? I think that. Jewish community anywhere in Europe. But also elsewhere when it can vote for both main parties and underwrite and under left, and if one of the parties comes to power can continue to live its life, a normal fashion. That's away for Jewish comed- to live in a secure fashion. If the Jewish comedian knows that if they're going to vote for one candidate the community can continue to flourish. But if the going to vote for another party, another party is gonna come to power. This means great problems. So maybe an end to the true history of this country. That's what the problem starts. Well, only if you're suggesting to me that Jeremy Corbyn labour party's next essential threat to the future of the Jewish community in Britain, you seriously saying that I've I think that the British Jewish community is is the best to answer this question. However, I've seen the turbulent let us remember that. Despite all the allegations about Jeremy Corbyn and his actions in the past and the words in the past. Jeremy Corbyn insists that throughout his political career. He has been a fighter against an enemy of all forms of racism, including he always says anti semitism. That's basically what he says. But I've seen direction of the Jewish stablishment here. I've seen what? Loyd. Rabbi Jonathan sacks have said that the person who is very careful with his word. And I think that after sex said what he said we in Europe, we have to accept the opinion of Jewish community. See some observers of this debate. And this argument, and this rift has developed see a fundamental hypocrisy amongst many Jewish people because while they castigate Jeremy Corbyn for some of his associations in the past. Some of his words in the past. They look across the water to Israel to the leader of Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who just recently hosted for five days of warmth, and friendship. Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, who has long associations with far right elements, including anti semitic elements in Hungary. Also, they see Benjamin Netanyahu making a point of journeying all the way to Brazil to declare his friendship alliance and partnership with the new president of Brazil, Mr.. Bolsonaro who has a record a long record of making statements, which are deeply troubling. In terms of his attitude to minorities to gay people to women, where's the consistency? Here. I would like to say first of all to the British Jews of British citizens when the vote for president the votes of prime minister of a member of parliament the votes here in Great Britain, don't vote in Israel, and what do you as the chief of the conference of European rabbis? What do you think of Benjamin Netanyahu cozying up to Viktor Orban and the leadership in Poland? Both of which are very troubling attitudes too. Many Jews in Europe. Okay. I think that these really government many times deals with governments. I think that in officially the Israeli government is also in touch with HAMAs and with with other organizations, which are not exactly Philo Semite, and they have to deal with them because they have to make sure that Israel's stays secure I'm out of visual not going to criticize Disraeli government. However, it is our job again as European Jews as a conference of European rabbis to make sure that the Jewish community is not going to be undermined by the far, right? Just the final thought, and it involves your personal life as well. You've made a life for the last three decades in Russia and actually the position for Jews in Russia appears on the face of it to improved over the last thirty years. I dare say you've been involved in that Benjamin Netanyahu again quoting him when there are serious horrible terror attacks which involve Jewish people being killed in Europe. He always says to the Jews of in this case, I'm quoting FRANZ. But the Jews of Europe, he says, listen, Israel isn't just the place in whose direction you pray. The state of Israel is your home and Israel is waiting for you with open arms as a European Jew. Who was made a life in Russia? Do you think it is wise and helpful for the Israeli Prime Minister to constantly tells us that ultimately? By implication. The only safe place for Jews Israel, Israel is adding to the safety of Jews not only to Jews living in Israel. But those are the choose living outside visceral if tomorrow, God forbid, the state of Israel would not exist anymore. I think the situation of Jews in the whole world would change radically. We knew what it meant to be Jewish. I. Are your your answering? My specific point. Is it your perspective that Israel is ultimately, the only safe place truly safe place for the Jewish people. So we can it is again, the job with an Israeli Prime Minister really politicians to invite us to come to Israel. It is our job as a conference of European rabbis to make sure that Jews in Europe can live safely, and you believe they can I believe that the future of Jews in Europe is dependent on the future of Europe. If Europe gets its act together, and they're going to go to these changes in turbulence and job is gonna come out as a strong entity a safe entity. Then I think there's also a continuity future for your Pinchas Goldschmidt. I thank you very much for being on HARDtalk. Thank you. 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04:25 min | 2 years ago

"felix klein" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Capital for. The last time We give thanks for the consequential life of Senator John McCain Drum major for courage truth and Justice The rare honor of lying in state was extended by the leaders of both parties who worked and tangled with the. Dog and six term Senator for decades, I don't know what the deal was but. We'll find out what the deal was now airing our great debates is the general way to describe how John, approached the work of a, Senator general please don't insult my intelligence oblong. Joke that has guards at the Hanoi Hilton probably needed group therapy. After John, was, finish with him enraged one moment, irreverent the. Next Senator from Idaho, Wyoming be included They all run together McCain will be remembered here for the compromises he hammered out on immigration. Campaign finance and foreign policy an idea, like this John would usually be bounding this. Way or that way right through here visitors turning to each other asking if that's who they think it is, McCain inherited that energy from, his one hundred six year old mother Roberta. Outside the sun appeared and so did thousands of people who said. Goodbye with, a, salute a tear a prayer or, just silence And the public is still filing through at this hour. Even after the doors close McCain will remain in the rotunda overnight watched over by a military honor guard and as he requested his motorcade will pause tomorrow at the. Vietnam Veterans Memorial and route to the National Cathedral Johnny Nancy Cortez for us at the capital. Our CBS news live coverage of the service begins tomorrow at seven AM eastern on CBS this morning Saturday The world watched with alarm this week is far right protest in Germany turned, violent Nazis chase down immigrants after word spread that refugees from Iraq and Syria were suspected in a knife attack, that, killed a local man the rise of. Extreme nationalist groups in Germany has also brought a return of antisemitic acts Roxana Saberi has more on, this Video of a teenager. Lynn within a man wearing a yarmulke And shouting Jew in Arabic shocked many Germans this spring the response was quick people of different faiths dont Yamakasi solidarity German police received over four hundred ports of antisemitic attacks in the first half of this. Year that's ten percent more than the same period last year Everywhere in Germany, Wenzel and Jemma Halsey. Say their son was bullied by kids, at school because he's Jewish three and a half months of really terrible anti semitic abuse, both verbal and physical they would push me and take me. And he agreed to an interview only if we hit, his face and altered his voice and then what. Happened and then they shut that me fake I'm, very realistic and really show that he was really really frightened to tackle the reported rise in attacks, Germany has appointed its first anti-semitism Commissioner Felix Klein spite of of all our efforts at is. Still existing efforts like building this holocaust memorial in Berlin While statistics, show the far right, carries out nearly ninety percent of a salts on Jews says Muslim Richmond like the teenager on camera are increasingly behind antisemitic attacks since two thousand fifteen, Germany has taken in. Hundreds of thousands of them these people, were raised in countries where hates hatred towards Israel towards is is very common the huskies, say Germany's to do more to teach kids about the dangers. Of discrimination there's a new generation growing up and becoming, a dollar who are racist anti-semitic and you could. Stop it.

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Germany: Far-right protests lead to violence

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04:25 min | 2 years ago

Germany: Far-right protests lead to violence

"The world watched with alarm this week is far right protest in Germany turned, violent Nazis chase down immigrants after word spread that refugees from Iraq and Syria were suspected in a knife attack, that, killed a local man the rise of. Extreme nationalist groups in Germany has also brought a return of antisemitic acts Roxana Saberi has more on, this Video of a teenager. Lynn within a man wearing a yarmulke And shouting Jew in Arabic shocked many Germans this spring the response was quick people of different faiths dont Yamakasi solidarity German police received over four hundred ports of antisemitic attacks in the first half of this. Year that's ten percent more than the same period last year Everywhere in Germany, Wenzel and Jemma Halsey. Say their son was bullied by kids, at school because he's Jewish three and a half months of really terrible anti semitic abuse, both verbal and physical they would push me and take me. And he agreed to an interview only if we hit, his face and altered his voice and then what. Happened and then they shut that me fake I'm, very realistic and really show that he was really really frightened to tackle the reported rise in attacks, Germany has appointed its first anti-semitism Commissioner Felix Klein spite of of all our efforts at is. Still existing efforts like building this holocaust memorial in Berlin While statistics, show the far right, carries out nearly ninety percent of a salts on Jews says Muslim Richmond like the teenager on camera are increasingly behind antisemitic attacks since two thousand fifteen, Germany has taken in. Hundreds of thousands of them these people, were raised in countries where hates hatred towards Israel towards is is very common the huskies, say Germany's to do more to teach kids about the dangers. Of discrimination there's a new generation growing up and becoming, a dollar who are racist anti-semitic and you could. Stop it

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02:33 min | 2 years ago

"felix klein" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Silence And the public is still. Filing. Through at this hour even after the doors closed McCain will remain in the rotunda overnight, watched over by a military honor guard and as he requested his motorcade will pause tomorrow at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and route. To the National Cathedral Johnny the world watched with alarm this week as far right. Protest in Germany turned violent Nazis chase down immigrants after word spread that refugees from. Iraq and Syria were suspected in a knife attack that killed a local man the rise of. Extreme nationalist groups in Germany has also brought a return of antisemitic acts Roxana Saberi has more on this This video of a teenager in. Berlin whipping a man wearing a yarmulke And shouting Jew in Arabic, shocked many Germans this. Spring the response was quick people of. Different faiths dawned Yamakasi and solidarity Police received over four hundred ports of, antisemitic attacks in the first, half of this year that's ten percent more than the same period last year everywhere in Germany Wenzel and Jim Morowski say, their son was bullied by kids at school because he's Jewish. Three and a half months of really terrible anti semitic abuse both verbal and physical to tackle the reported rise in attacks Germany has appointed its first anti-semitism Commissioner Felix Klein in spite of all our. Efforts is still existing efforts like building this, holocaust memorial, in Berlin The wall statistics show the far right carries out nearly ninety percent of assaults on. Jews find says Muslim refugees like the teenager caught on camera are increasingly, behind antisemitic attacks since two, thousand fifteen Germany has taken in hundreds of thousands of them these people were raised in countries where hates hatred towards Israel, towards Jewish is very common husky say Germany should do more. To teach all kids about the dangers of discrimination there's a new generation growing up and becoming a dollar racist anti-semitic and you could stop it To do that they say Germany has to. Stop burying it's passed under monuments and build a future of tolerance, Roxana Saberi CBS news Berlin.

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Rise of extreme nationalist groups in Germany brings a return of anti-Semitic acts

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

Rise of extreme nationalist groups in Germany brings a return of anti-Semitic acts

"The world watched with alarm this week as far right. Protest in Germany turned violent Nazis chase down immigrants after word spread that refugees from. Iraq and Syria were suspected in a knife attack that killed a local man the rise of. Extreme nationalist groups in Germany has also brought a return of antisemitic acts Roxana Saberi has more on this This video of a teenager in. Berlin whipping a man wearing a yarmulke And shouting Jew in Arabic, shocked many Germans this. Spring the response was quick people of. Different faiths dawned Yamakasi and solidarity Police received over four hundred ports of, antisemitic attacks in the first, half of this year that's ten percent more than the same period last year everywhere in Germany Wenzel and Jim Morowski say, their son was bullied by kids at school because he's Jewish. Three and a half months of really terrible anti semitic abuse both verbal and physical to tackle the reported rise in attacks Germany has appointed its first anti-semitism Commissioner Felix Klein in spite of all our. Efforts is still existing efforts like building this, holocaust memorial, in Berlin The wall statistics show the far right carries out nearly ninety percent of assaults on. Jews find says Muslim refugees like the teenager caught on camera are increasingly, behind antisemitic attacks since two, thousand fifteen Germany has taken in hundreds of thousands of them these people were raised in countries where hates hatred towards Israel, towards Jewish is very common husky say Germany should do more. To teach all kids about the dangers of discrimination there's a new generation growing up and becoming a dollar racist anti-semitic and you could stop it To do that they say Germany has to. Stop burying it's passed under monuments and build a future of tolerance,

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"felix klein" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:45 min | 2 years ago

"felix klein" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And the public is still filing, through, at this hour even after the doors. Closed McCain will remain in the rotunda overnight watched over by a military honor guard and as he, requested. His motorcade will pause tomorrow at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and route to the National Cathedral Johnny Nancy Cortez for us at the capital. Our CBS news live coverage of the service begins tomorrow at seven AM eastern on CBS this morning Saturday The world watched with alarm this week as far right protest in, Germany, turned violent Nazis chase down immigrants after. Word spread that refugees from Iraq and Syria were suspected in a knife attack that killed a local, man The rise of extreme nationalist groups in Germany has also brought a return of antisemitic acts Roxana Saberi has more on this This video of a teenager girl. Lynn within a man wearing a yarmulke And shouting Jew in Arabic shocked many Germans. This spring the response was quick people of different faiths dont Yamakasi solidarity German police received over four hundred reports of antisemitic, attacks in the first half, of this year that's ten percent more than the same period last year everywhere in Germany Wenzel and Jemma husky say their, son was bullied by. Kids at school because he's Jewish three and a half months of really terrible anti semitic abuse both verbal and physical they would, push me and take me and he agreed to an interview only. If we, hit his face and altered his voice and then what happened And then they shut that me fake I'm very realistic I mean really shoving he was really really frightened to tackle the, reported rise in attacks. Germany has appointed its first anti-semitism Commissioner, Felix Klein spite of of all our efforts anti-semitism is still existing efforts like building this. Holocaust memorial in Berlin While statistics show the far. Right carries out nearly ninety percent of assaults on Jews says Muslim refugees like the teenager. Caught on camera are increasingly behind antisemitic attacks since two thousand fifteen Germany, has taken in hundreds of thousands of them. These people, were raised in countries where hates hatred towards Israel towards Jewish is very common the. Huskies say Germany should, do. More to teach all kids about the. Dangers of discrimination. There's a, new generation. Growing up and, becoming dollar who are racist anti-semitic and you could. Stop it.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"felix klein" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And the public is still filing through at this hour. Even after the doors closed McCain will remain in the rotunda overnight watched over by a military honor guard and as he, requested his motorcade will pause tomorrow at the. Vietnam Veterans Memorial and route to the National Cathedral Johnny Nancy Cortez for us at the capital. Are CBS news live coverage of the service begins tomorrow at seven AM eastern on CBS this morning Saturday The world watched with alarm this week as far right protest in Germany turned, violent Nazis chase down immigrants after word spread that refugees from Iraq and Syria were suspected in a knife attack. That, killed a local man the rise of extreme nationalist groups. In Germany has also brought a return of antisemitic acts proxima Saberi has more on, this This video of a teenager in. Berlin whipping a man wearing a yarmulke And shouting Jew in Arabic, shocked many Germans this. Spring the response was quick people of. Different faiths Don Yamakasi and solidarity German police received over four hundred reports of, antisemitic attacks in the first, half of this year that's ten percent more than the same period last year everywhere in Germany Wenzel and Jim Morowski say, their son was bullied, by kids at school because he's Jewish, three and a half months of really terrible anti semitic abuse both verbal and physical they, would push me and. Kicked me and he agreed to an. Interview only if we hid his face and altered his, voice and then what happened and then they showed. Me a fake I'm very realistic and really show that he was really really frightened to tackle the reported rise in attacks Germany has appointed its first anti-semitism Commissioner Felix Klein in spite of all our efforts at pessimism is still existing efforts like building this. Holocaust memorial in Berlin Wall statistics show the, far right carries out Nearly ninety percent of a salts on Jews, find says Muslim refugees like a teenager caught on. Camera are increasingly behind antisemitic attacks since two thousand fifteen Germany has taken in hundreds of thousands of them these people were raised in countries where hates hatred towards Israel and Jews is a very common The huskies say Germany should do more to teach. All kids about the dangers of discrimination there's a. New generation growing up and becoming a dollar who are racist, anti-semitic and you could stop it.

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