However, the anti-Muslim, anti-immigration AfD party made history by entering the parliament for the first time with 95 seat (13.8% votes).
One shouldn’t be fooled by organized Jewry’s fear of AfD. On Saturday, The Times of Israel boasted: Loathed by Jews, German’s far-right AfD loves the Jewish state. AfD’s propagandist at Facebook is Shahak Shapira, an Israeli citizen (read more here).
Jewish problem with the AfD is its position against ritual Jewish circumcision in which the blood of a baby’s cut penis is sucked by a religious authority known as Mohel.
Though the Jewish-controlled media always equate Jewish circumcision and animal slaughtering with Islamic circumcision and animal slaughtering – in fact those rituals are 180-degree apart (here).
Netanyahu was is first leader to congratulate Angela Merkel on her victory.
The World Jewish Congress president Ronald Lauder congratulated Merkel on her victory, calling her a true friend of Israel and the Jewish people. He also sharply denounced what he termed the “disgraceful” reactionary party AfD “recalling the worst of Germany’s past.”
Moshe Kantor, president of the Brussels-based European Jewish Congress, also welcomed the election news, saying Merkel had shown tremendous courage and conviction in her support of the revival of Jewish life in Germany as well as being a strong supporter of the State of Israel.
Kantor also expressed concern about the strong showing of the AfD. “We trust that centrist parties in the Bundestag will ensure that the AfD has no representation in the coming governing coalition,” he said.
Since Schultz has announced to sit in opposition, the CDU-SPD marriage of 8-year is over. Therefore, Merkel is forced to negotiate partnership with two smaller parties – the Free Democratic Party and the Greens, which came in with 10.6 percent and 8.9 percent of the vote, respectively.
Even after 72-year of WWII, the organized Jewry still accuses Germans for Jewish Problem.