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A senior German government official accused the opposition far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party of helping make anti-Semitism "presentable" again in Germany by challenging a longtime consensus about how to deal with its Nazi past.Felix Klein, who holds a newly created government post tasked with fighting anti-Semitism, said in remarks to online newsite watson.de on Thursday that the AfD tolerated party members calling for a new "culture of remembrance". Anti-Semitism is a highly sensitive issue in Germany, whose 1933-45 Nazi regime murdered 6 million Jews in the Holocaust.Klein said last month anti-Semitism was still rooted largely in extreme right-wing ideology and was not only being driven by Germany's growing Muslim population.
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