9 February 1996 ISRAELI PRESIDENT EZER WEIZMAN'S FOUR-day visit to Germany in January was a historic step toward building a relationship between Germany and the worldwide Jewish community that would emphasize the future without forgetting Nazi Germany's transgressions. "This is not an easy visit," Weizman admitted during a speech before the German parliament. "My friends […]

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