Omri Boehm: If you can’t criticize me as a Jew, don’t really speak to me. Then you are not really concerned with me. Say what you think, otherwise it’s not a real dialogue.
WORLD: But do you understand that this is not easy for Germans, can not be easy? Let’s take Habermas. she quote Habermas’ silence in 2012 during an interview with “Ha’aretz” in Jerusalem. Habermas was asked what he thought about Israeli politics, to which he replied that while the situation and principles of the Israeli government required a political assessment, they were not the concern of a private German citizen of his generation. What should he have said?