A leader of Germany’s Central Council of Jews said Sunday he wants to combat anti-Semitism among new Arab-Muslim migrants through a government education program, reports Breit Bart.
Vice President Abraham Lehrer told the Protestant Press Service he believes anti-Semitism among immigrants will become more of a problem as they become more settled in Germany, Welt reports.
“The problem of immigrant Arab-Islamic anti-Semitism still lies ahead of us. Many of these people were influenced by regimes in which anti-Semitism is part of the rationale of the state and the Jewish state is denied the right to existence,” Mr. Lehrer said.
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