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Why Israel Won't Condemn the Shocking Success of Germany's Far-right Extremists - Haaretz

Everybody in Germany got the message: the outcome of last Sunday's elections meant more than just adding another new political faction to the Bundestag. That a radical right-wing party, Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD), entered the Bundestag is an ...and more »

Rise of German far-right party causes alarm in Israel - Deutsche Welle

"Germany votes – the 'Nazis in ties' on their way to parliament" read the headline on one of Israel's most important news sites, Ynet. One of the two leading Israeli TV stations announced: "An earthquake: Who is the Alternative for Germany? Extreme and ...and more »

Exploring the heartland of AfD support - Deutsche Welle

The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) is now the biggest party in the eastern state of Saxony. Some supporters describe its capital Dresden as the center of resistance to Angela Merkel. Why has the party's message resonated so well here? Error ...and more »

The rise of Germany's far-right: Its impact on Europe and Israel - The Jerusalem Post

AfD deputy chair Beatrix von Storch tells 'The Jerusalem Report' that Israel could be a role model for Germany. By GOL KALEV. September 25, 2017 13:42. > German far-Right worries European Jewish groups · >. Chastened Merkel braces for coalition tussle ...and more »

Jews Around World Concerned By Far-Right Breakthrough In German Election - NDTV

Brussels/Berlin: Jewish groups in Europe and the United States expressed alarm on Sunday at the far-right Alternative for Germany's success in Germany's parliamentary election and urged other parties not to form an alliance with the AfD. Early ...and more »

Leader of far-right German party says Jews have nothing to fear - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

(JTA) — Jews should not fear the strong election showing by the Alternative for Germany, a leader of the populist far-right party said. “There is nothing in our party, in our program, that could disturb the Jewish people who live here in Germany,” co ...and more »

Behind Far-right German Party's Successful Scare Campaign: Adviser to Netanyahu, Trump - Haaretz

The far-right Alternative for Germany party, which will soon enter the Bundestag for the first time after Sunday's elections, hired the services of an American media consultant who has worked for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President ...and more »

Germany's AfD wants to roll back birthright citizenship. The right-wing party has the wrong idea. - Washington Post

On Sunday, Germany's Alternative for Germany (AfD) party won 12.6 percent of the parliamentary vote. For the first time since World War II, a far-right party has gained enough votes to enter the German Parliament. As part of its anti-immigrant, anti ...and more »

Anti-Semitism in Germany - New York Times

To the Editor: Re “A Landmark Election Raises a Few Concerns for Israelis in Germany” (news article, Sept. 27):. One cannot assess the extent and danger of prejudice and discrimination based on election results alone. Recently, the German Parliament ...and more »

Rise of nationalist AfD cause for 'great concern,' Israeli envoy says - The Times of Israel

Ambassador Jeremy Issacharoff highlights 'series of anti-Semitic statements' by Alternative for Germany leaders. By Raphael Ahren 27 September 2017, 3:16 pm 2 Edit · Facebook · Twitter · email; Print; 133 shares. Raphael Ahren is the diplomatic ...and more »