Last year, Orit went on a Nazi-hunt at an AfD victory party in Munich. AfD, after all, is supposed to be Germany's neo-Nazi party. She didn't find Nazis there, but it seems the AfD hid their Naziness to recruit Jews! Talk about diabolical! (Click above for the English subtitled version.)
He himself has traveled to Israel more times than he can count and calls Jerusalem “one of the most fascinating cities in the world.” But he has also enjoyed Israel for its less controversial claims to fame: its food.
Since its founding in 2013 as a Euro-skeptic party, the AfD has been criticized by the mainstream German Jewish community over concerns of its views on Muslim migrants and country's Nazi past. Yet Jewish supporters see the opposite. “I prefer to be part of a party that wants to help living Jews, not dead Jews,” said one Jewish supporter.
Germany’s embarrassing performance and “Erdogate” reflect the split in Germany regarding how the government handles citizens of Turkish descent and a new Muslim population who may not be loyal to modern Germany’s values of democracy and individual rights.
On June 9, 2018, Orit was a featured speaker at [...]