Germany Takes First Step Toward Becoming Fully ISLAMIC… You NEED To See This

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By Brett MacDonald AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

Germany is taking steps to assure its future position in the Muslim world it has decided to join. The first step is to be sure that it does not offend its newest residents by continuing alliances with their gravest enemies: the Jews.

That’s right. Germany is now reweighing whether or not they will continue to unconditionally support Israel moving forward.  The first sign, according to Der Spiegel, was the refusal of the Germany’s former foreign minister Frank Walter Steinmeier to raise criticism to an official statement made by the EU’s foreign ministers that was critical of the Israeli settlements in the West Bank–seen as an illegal encroachment by proponents of Palestinian statehood.

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Today, a major Israeli outlet reports increasing concern over statements from Germany’s chancellor Angela Merkel that were deemed sympathetic.  YNetNews had this to say:

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Steinmeier, however, ignored the Israeli prime minister’s pleas and threw Germany’s support of the EU document, which states that “Settlements are illegal under international law, constitute an obstacle to peace and threaten to make a two-state solution impossible.” According to the weekly, this incident points to the weakening influence of Israel’s friends within the German Foreign Ministry. The Chancellery has also reportedly lost hope that Netanyahu would work to advance the peace process.

During a recent visit of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to Berlin, Chancellor Angela Merkel is quoted to have said, “I understand why President Abbas continually seeks out the Security Council.”

Meanwhile, Merkel’s foreign policy advisor Christoph Heusgen, who is pushing for Germany to distance itself from Israel, is mentioned in the report as a supporter of the EU settlement product labeling policy.

Still, sources within Germany say that Netanyahu is most responsible for the growth of anti-Israeli sentiment within the German government.  The increasingly strained coalition that Merkel leads might also play an impact on her diplomacy with the region’s only real democracy–after a recent meeting with the Israeli Prime Minister it leaked that Merkel had said “this isn’t the time for a two-state solution.”

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This would typically be seen as a good sign for those that hope Germany’s support for Israel continues.  Unfortunately, Merkel’s anger at the leak indicated that she was not expecting that statement to reach a wider audience.

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