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January 5, 2001
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The leader of Germany’s Jewish community is outraged over police treatment of an elderly Jewish couple subject to anti-Semitic taunts. After youths in an eastern German town erupted in anti-Semitic chants beneath the couple’s window, the police offered to take the couple into “protective custody,” a term the Nazis used for arbitrary arrest and deportation to concentration camps.

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