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

"Stop Islamization" - an Alternative for Germany election campaign poster in Marxloh, a suburb of Duisburg with a large Turkish migrant population, September 13, 2017. WOLFGANG RATTAY/REUTERS. Analysis Preaching Nazi pride and justifying a mass ...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. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. The rise of Germany's far-right: Its impact on Europe and Israel. Member of the European Parliament ...and more »

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

Israelis have expressed consternation over the entry of the far-right populist AfD party into Germany's Bundestag. Prime Minister Netanyahu has warned of rising anti-Semitism, reports Miriam Dagan in Tel Aviv. The AfD's Alexander Gauland and Alice ...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 »

Germany's new Nazis see Israel as role model - The Electronic Intifada (blog)

Israel and its supporters have made alliances with racists, anti-Semites and Islamophobes all over Europe. (via Flickr). “Unfortunately, our worst fears have come true,” Josef Schuster, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, said of the ...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 »

Historian Moshe Zimmermann: 'AfD's success comparable to the rise of the Nazis' - Deutsche Welle

German-Israeli historian Moshe Zimmermann discusses with DW the threats posed by the far-right party Alternative for Germany – and criticizes Israel's government for not having taken a clear position against them. Deutschland Mainz Plakat der AfD bei ...and more »

'Nothing to fear': Сo-founder of German right-wing AfD tells Jews - RT

After Jewish groups voiced concerns about the far-right Alternative for Germany party making inroads into the Bundestag, AfD co-founder Alexander Gauland said that “Jews have nothing to fear” from his party's policies. The AfD won 12.6 percent of the ...and more »

Jews around world alarmed by far-right breakthrough in Germany - Reuters

BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - Jewish groups in Europe and the United States expressed alarm at the success of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in Sunday's parliamentary election and urged other parties not to form alliances with it ...and more »

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

Alexander Gauland, left, and Alice Weidel, co-leaders of the right-wing Alternative for Germany party, speaking at a news conference in Berlin, Sept. 25, 2017. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images). (JTA) — Jews should not fear the strong election showing by the ...and more »