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Refugee Predicament: ‘Life in Europe Has Become Miserable’

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German Jews don’t feel safe anymore in the heart of Europe. That’s according to the leader of Hamburg’s Jewish community Daniel Killy.

In one of his latest interviews Killy told the local media that deteriorating security amid the European refugee crisis and the rise of right-wing movements has led to a highly dangerous situation for Jews in Germany.

Germany has absorbed over one million asylum seekers from mainly Muslim-majority countries last year. A number of German Jewish leaders have also warned about rising anti-Semitism because the refugees come from countries that are steeped in hatred of Jews and Israel

In one of his latest interviews Killy told the local media that deteriorating security amid the European refugee crisis and the rise of right-wing movements has led to a highly dangerous situation for Jews in Germany.

Germany has absorbed over one million asylum seekers from mainly Muslim-majority countries last year. A number of German Jewish leaders have also warned about rising anti-Semitism because the refugees come from countries that are steeped in hatred of Jews and Israel

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