David Ranan: "Fear is being promoted by politicians."

David Ranan: "Fear is being promoted by politicians."

"Jews in Germany are doing well, they are listened to," says political scientist David Ranan. Compared to Muslims, they seem to be a preferred minority, he said. We examined the difficult subject of anti-Semitism in modern Germany with David Ranan.
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