(January 25, 2022 / JNS) At the end of 2021, the Simon Wiesenthal Center came out with its annual “Global Anti-Semitism “Top 10” list. Germany was listed at No. 7, behind Hamas and Iran, for failing to curb anti-Semitism. It singled out the anti-Semitism commissioner of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, Michael Blume, for doing the exact opposite of his job description.
The post of anti-Semitism czar was created in 2018 for each of the 16 German federal states to hold Germany up to its historic responsibility to ensure Jewish security at a time of rising anti-Semitism.
How did Blume, according to the SWC, mar his position?
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