Jews in Germany: The New Old Hate

A pharmacy at Sendlinger Tor, in the middle of Munich. Levi Ufferfilge has migraines, he is on his way to work and wants to quickly buy pills. In the entrance are two Munich women and talk. "Sorry, I'm just sneaking by," he mumbles. Then one of the two women said indignantly to the other: "Now I even have to make room for a Jew!"

Ufferfilge says he still remembers the scene from last summer that he had them on Twitter divided. It was the moment when he realized it was an impertinence to take a step aside for a Jew.

The finely-dressed Munich-haired woman with the updo said quite loudly, says Ufferfilge. As if she had been sure that her anti-Semitic slogan was generally acceptable.

Levi Israel Ufferfilge, 31, is the co-director of the Jewish Gymnasium in the Bavarian capital, and is in charge of what often happens to him as a Jew not alone.

For expelling Jews,

This entry was first published in the SPIEGEL issue 42/2019.

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