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19.10.2020. 16:49
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The leader of Germany’s Jewish community has expressed alarm at the spread of antisemitic conspiracy theories relating to coronavirus in the country, including attempts to downplay the Holocaust.

Lider Njenačke židovske zajednice je upozorio na širenje antisemitske teorije urote u odnosu na corona virus, uključujući i na ulogu holokausta..

Dr. Josef Schuster, the president of the Central Council of Jews, the country’s EJC affiliate, said Jews were increasingly being held collectively responsible for the spread of the virus and compared the situation to narratives around the plague in the Middle Ages.

Dr. Josef Schuster, predsjednik Centralnom Koncila Židova u Njemačkoj je kazao da se Židove sve više optužuje da su kolektivno odgovorni za širenje virusa, slično kao optužbe za kugu u Srednjem vijeku. U demonstracijama protiv mjera za suzbijanje virusa optužen je Soroš da je započeo pandemiju kako bi njemačkoj vladi osigurao moć i utjecaj.

Schustera zabrinjava česta usporedba između mjera koje su posuzete protiv širenja virusa i tretmana Židova pod nacististima. Čak s enosilo u demonstracijama žute zvjezde uz riječ "Ungeimpft" - nevakcinirani.imali slogane " Arbeit macht frei" itd.

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Schuster was interviewed before the trial of a man for a deadly shooting that targeted Jewish people in the eastern city of Halle last year in the worst antisemitic attack in Germany for decades. The Halle shooting and other incidents had led to “growing worries amongst the Jewish communities that Jewish life in Germany is no longer safe”, Schuster said.

“The biggest threat to Jewish life in Germany is rightwing extremism. We have known for years that around 20% of people in Germany hold anti-Jewish prejudices. But for a long time, these people did not dare to say what they think. That has subsequently changed,” he said. The coronavirus demonstrations were an example of that, he said.

The government has previously said it believes the conspiracy theories are being spread by the Reichsbürger movement – groups and individuals of a far-right and antisemitic persuasion who reject the legitimacy of the modern German state – as well as individual personalities, including high-profile doctors, Hildmann, and former journalists.



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