President of the European Parliament Martin Schultz delivers a speech at the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in Jerusalem, on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. (AP Photo/David Vaaknin)
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An Israeli cabinet minister said on Thursday that Germans should beware of criticising his country, alluding to Germany's Nazi past and pouring fuel on a dispute with a visiting politician.Economy Minister Naftali Bennett and other members of his far-right Jewish Home party walked out of a speech to Israel's legislature on Wednesday by European Parliament President Martin Schulz, a German, after he cited allegations that Israel was denying Palestinians a fair allocation of water.Israel's B'Tselem group, which monitors human rights in the West Bank, said last month that per capita water use in Israel was three and a half times as much as in the West Bank, a ratio close to the one mentioned by Schulz.
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