Germany’s Jews feel ‘under siege’ following rise in anti-semitism

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL:

A day after an attack on a synagogue left two dead in Halle, eastern Germany, Jews across the country said they felt increasingly under siege from growing anti-Semitism across German society.

Jewish community leaders had warned for months about a rising number of assaults by recently arrived migrants from the Middle East, Islamists and far-left opponents of Israel.

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