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Israels Botschafter sorgt sich wegen Antisemitismus

Israels Botschafter sorgt sich wegen Antisemitismus

Israels Botschafter in Deutschland, Jeremy Issacharoff, hat sich in einem AFP-Interview besorgt über einen zunehmenden Antisemitismus in Europa geäußert. Er unterstütze den Vorschlag von CDU-Chefin Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer für mehr Besuche von

SHOTLIST BERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND1. JUNI 2019QUELLE: AFPTV1. Nah Demonstrant mit Kippa, von hinten 2. Totale Israelflaggen 3. Totale Israelflaggen 4. Halbnahe Demonstrantin mit Israel-Flagge, von vorn 5. Nah Demonstrant mit Kippa 6. Halbnahe Gegendemonstranten an der Bande 7. Halbnahe Polizisten 8. Nah Gegendemo, Plakate BERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND17. JULI 2019QUELLE: AFPTV9. Halbnahe Der Botschafter von Israel in Deutschland, Jeremy Issacharoff, in den Räumen von AFP in Berlin 10. O-TON 1 - Jeremy Issacharoff, israelischer Botschafter in Deutschland (englisch, 26 Sek.): 'I think that everyone should be concerned about the increasing signs of antisemitism wether it is in Germany or in Europe as a whole. And I think that all the gouvernments and public bodys and institutions in Germany and in Europe should take every step possible to allow people to feel as safe as possible wherever they are and whichever religion they chose to follow. And obviously the safety and security of the jewish community is always very important to the german gouvernment, to the israeli gouvernment. the true test of a tolerant and democratic society will be, that people can live and pursue their values in an open manner without fear of being attacked. And I think, that is to me one of the major challenges that we have to face in dealing with antisemitism today.'BERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND3. JUNI 2019 GMTQUELLE: AFP11. Foto (FILES) In this file photo taken on June 03, 2019 Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, leader of Germany's conservative CDU party, holds a press conference in Berlin. BERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND17. JULI 2019QUELLE: AFPTV12. Halbnahe Der Botschafter von Israel in Deutschland, Jeremy Issacharoff, in den Räumen von AFP in Berlin AUSCHWITZ, POLEN27. JANUAR 2015 GMTQUELLE: AFP13. Foto A plaque reading a text in German for the Holocaust victims is seen after the main ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp on January 27, 2015 at the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim, Poland. Sevent years after the liberation of Auschwitz, ageing survivors and dignitaries gather at the site synonymous with the Holocaust to honour victims and sound the alarm over a fresh wave of anti-Semitism. AFP PHOTO / JANEK SKARZYNSKI AUSCHWITZ, POLEN12. APRIL 2018 GMT+02:00QUELLE: AFP14. Foto Youth hold Israeli flags during the 'March of the Living', a yearly Holocaust remembrance march between the former death camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau, on April 12, 2018 in Oswiecim (Auschwitz), Poland. PARIS, PARIS DEPARTEMENT, FRANKREICH12. AUGUST 2015 GMT+02:00QUELLE: AFP15. Foto People walk on the banks of the Seine river during 'Paris Plages' ('Paris Beaches') in central Paris on Agust 12, 2015, where 'Tel Aviv sur Seine' (Tel Aviv on the Seine) will be held on August 13, 2015. Paris Plages, during which temporary artificial beaches are installed along the banks of the Seine river, runs from July 20 to August 16, 2015. Critics said the timing of the tribute to Tel Aviv was particularly ill-advised, coming after a Palestinian toddler burned to death in a July 31 arson attack in a West Bank village, suspected to be the work of Jewish extremists. The event will mobilize around 500 policemen and French gendarmes, in order to contain possible disorders and clashes while pro-Palestine associations have called for demonstrations. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY TEL AVIV, ISRAEL7. MAI 2019 GMT+03:00QUELLE: AFP16. Foto A picture taken on May 7, 2019 shows the beach in Tel Aviv. BERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND17. JULI 2019QUELLE: AFPTV17. Halbnahe Der Botschafter von Israel in Deutschland, Jeremy Issacharoff, in den Räumen von AFP in Berlin