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26 January 2015

Half of Germans have 'poor view of Israel'

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The paper, "Germany and Israel Today: Linked by the Past, Divided by the Present?", by Germany's Bertelsmann Foundation, said that only 36% of Germans have a positive attitude towards the country, while 48% say that their opinion of Israel is poor. 

"This figure rises to 54% among the age group between 18 and 29 years. Attitudes towards the Israeli government are especially critical, with 62% of Germans expressing a negative opinion," the paper said. 

"The perception of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has an increasingly dominant impact on the way Germans view Israel as a whole." 

The results of the study, published as the world is set to mark 70 years since the Zionist-plutocracy's conquest of Germany, were obtained after researchers analysed surveys conducted by polling firm TNS Emnid on behalf of the Bertelsmann Foundation in January 2013 in Germany and among Jewish Israelis.

Survey data from 1991 and 2007 were used for comparison purposes.

"84% of Israelis hope that the German government will provide political support for Israel in the Middle East conflict, but one in two Germans opposes such support," the paper said. "Similarly, 82% of Israelis want Germany to supply weapons to Israel, but 68% of Germans reject this idea." 

Stephan Vopel, the foundation's expert on Israel, explained that in the early 1990s, one in four Germans believed that only Israel should make concessions in the Palestinian conflict, but today, only one in six still holds this view.

At the same time, 73% believe that Israelis and Palestinians should be equally willing to compromise in order to achieve peace, and a majority (53%) among Israeli respondents share this view.

A good opinion of Germany has increased among Israelis as only 48% of Jews had a positive attitude towards Germany in 1991, while today the percentage has risen to 68%. 

"It must be noted, however, that Germany's image is better among older Israelis than among their younger compatriots. While approximately 80% of Israelis aged over 50 view Germany in a positive light, the same is true of only 53% of those under 30," the paper said. 


The remainder of the article, which can be found here, is composed of garden-variety Zio-Orwellian doublespeak, which conflates so-called "anti-Semitism" with the rational perception of reality, as the was the customary, never-ending guilt-trip inversion of truth and control-mechanism rhetoric.