Anne Perkins

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When Angela Merkel addressed a press conference in Berlin yesterday morning, only hours after the attack on the Christmas market and not far distant from it, she was unflinching. She took head-on the hardest question of how the country would feel if the perpetrator turned out to be one of the million refugees to whom she had offered protection not much more than a year ago.

It would be hard to bear, she said – in one version of a German phrase that has been variously translated as “particularly repugnant” and “sickening” – if it were a refugee. It would be an insult to all those who had helped refugees and all those who needed Germany’s protection.…  Seguir leyendo »