August 23, 2018, Jewish News Syndicate
A small protest in Germany’s capital city on Aug. 11 revealed a cross-section of national attitudes towards Jews and Israel, and perhaps a symbolic stance on a much larger problem throughout Western Europe.
Three protesters stood directly across from a falafel stand. They had successfully appealed a police demand that they move to a side street, citing their right to assembly. The owner of the stand was not present, but presumably on vacation.