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March 13, 2003
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A German politician who believes in a conspiratorial “Zionist lobby” lost his case against two Jewish leaders whom he charged with defamation following their criticism of his remarks. A court in Dusseldorf on Wednesday rejected the lawsuit brought by legislator Jamal Karsli, who had said German Jewish leaders Paul Spiegel and Michel Friedman had wrongly accused him of anti-Semitism and should be prevented from doing so in the future.

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