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The World Jewish Congress on Monday accused the German unit of YouTube of failing to stop neo-Nazis from using the online video channel to distribute thousands of anti-Semitic tracks.Singer highlighted one song in particular, "In Belsen" by far-right group Kommando Freisler, which he said was "widely available" on YouTube despite the fact that it had been banned in Germany and the band members behind it given suspended jail terms in 2009 for inciting racial hatred.WJC spokesman Michael Thaidigsmann said that letter had received no response and that following a report on the letter in the mass-selling German daily Bild on Saturday, many but not all versions of the song had been pulled from YouTube.
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