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The rise of anti-Semitism in Europe: ‘Go back to your own country they say. But I’m not leaving. I’m a German Jew’

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A restaurateur has found himself at the sharp end of an anti-Semitic resurgence as populism grips Europe. This is the second in a series. The first, The watchers trying to protect Europe’s Jews, can be read here.

Uwe Dziuballa was locking up Schalom, the Israeli restaurant he runs in the German city of Chemnitz, when he noticed the crowd of men gathered across the street. There was something unsettling about the way they were looking at him. A moment later the first stone was thrown. It broke one of the restaurant’s windows. Another hit Mr Dziuballa in the shoulder. Voices came from the men across the street. “You pig, Jew!”

Last summer Mr Dziuballa found himself on the front line of a new wave…

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