German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during the inauguration of the memorial for the victims of the 2016 deadly truck attack at the Christmas market in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin, on December 19, 2017. Germany commemorates the victims of the devastating Christmas market attack from December 19, 2016 that claimed 12 lives and wounded 70, with a memorial bearing a 14-metre-long (46-foot) golden crack in the grounds engraved with the victims' names. / AFP PHOTO / DPA / Maurizio Gambarini / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read MAURIZIO GAMBARINI/AFP/Getty Images)

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative alliance has said it will propose beefed-up legislation to deal with anti-Semitism among migrant groups, which would include the possibility of deportation.
The draft legislation calls on the “absolute acceptance of Jewish life” to be considered a “benchmark” for integration and stipulates that “those who refuse Jewish life in Germany or question the right of existence of Israel, cannot have a place in our country,” German newspaper Die Welt reported Saturday.
The parties will propose the new rules by Holocaust memorial day on January 27, according to Die Welt.
While deportation orders will have to comply with rules set by the German parliament in 2016, migrants found guilty of anti-Semitic hate speech would face deportation under the new law.
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