If you think the debate over Israel-Palestine is grim in the United States, wait until you hear what’s happening in Germany. I was there last week for a remarkable conference called “Hijacking Memory: The Holocaust and The New Right,” which—among other things—detailed the extraordinary censorship that supporters of Palestinian rights face in Germany. The stories were so alarming that I’ve asked two of the conference organizers, Emily Dische-Becker, a writer, researcher and curator based in Berlin, and Susan Neiman, director of the
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