Analyzing Israel in Germany

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Dr. Peter Lintl, a researcher at the German think tank Stiftung Wissenschaft Und Politik (SWP), has the complex job of analyzing Israeli political trends to the German policy community.

In this interview, he discusses how Germany views issues such as the Nation-State Law and the status of Israeli democracy, in the context of the sensitive Israel-German relations, and Israel-EU relations more broadly.



This episode of the Tel Aviv Review is made possible by the Israel office of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, which promotes peace, freedom, and justice through political education.

3 comments on “Analyzing Israel in Germany

  1. Donald Yasnyi says:

    Arabs give lip service to a 2 state solution, but have rejected it five or more times it has been offered. The reason is clear. Two states for the Arabs means one Muslim state without Jews and one democratic state with a Arab majority.

    1. Nitza Medina says:

      You are completely right in this. But there is also another very painful point and it is that Germany and the EU actually supporting incitment NB and on paying terroristsoney for killing Jews.
      They take them for children that don’t know what they are doing and don’t request from them responsibility for what they do. For them the PA are freedom fighter. Also the media is quite Israel bashing socially the pay TV that spread the government’s Politik. I live in Germany and can tell you that many Jews are feeling hier uncomfortable and are thinking about living Germany. I do and migrate to Israel in short.

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