Berlin (AP) - The Federal Anti-Semitism Commissioner, Felix Klein, sees a "new high point" of anti-Semitism in Germany. Anti-Semitism was always present in bourgeois circles in Germany. But today people were more open-minded. The inhibitions had dropped, for example, by the spread of hate and the brutalization on the Internet, he told the newspapers of the Funke media group. According to a new study by the Jewish World Congress, every fourth German has anti-Semitic thoughts.
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