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June 7, 2001
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The leader of Germany’s Jewish community urged his government to clamp down on immigrants pretending to be Jewish in order to enter the country. Paul Spiegel, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, said many non-Jewish immigrants — particularly people from the former Soviet Union — had taken advantage of special rules allowing those claiming Jewish heritage to obtain German residency.

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