Merkel Awards Integration Prize to Israeli Charity for Helping “Refugees” Settle in… Germany

Diversity Macht Frei
October 30, 2018

Frau Merkel – who, incidentally, is stepping down as party leader but still expects to be Chancellor until 2021 – obviously hasn’t heard it’s only a nutty conspiracy theory that Jews support mass inflows of refugees into other people’s countries.

The daft old bat clearly thinks this mad conspiracy theory is true, otherwise she wouldn’t have awarded an “integration prize” to Jewish-Israeli “charities” that help refugees settle, not in Israel, but Germany.


German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday awarded the national integration prize to a project aiding refugees run by two Jewish and Israeli organizations.

The project “Building Bridges Encountering diversity” (Brückenbau – Vielfalt begegnen) won the annual prize for imparting the values of tolerance, non-discrimination, equal rights and acceptance of different religions in its work with refugees.

The project is run by the Central Welfare Office of the Jews in Germany and the Israeli relief organization IsraAID at 10 migrant reception centers in Berlin and Frankfurt. It receives support from the German government.

The Building Bridges project provides psychological and social support to refugees fleeing conflict zones. It also focuses on women’s rights and empowerment.

Workers in the project are Arabic speaking Israelis, Jewish Israelis as well as Germans, who are also supported by volunteers.

The Central Council for Jews in Germany nominated the project, which was then selected by a jury.

Council President Josef Schuster said the project helps to create bridges between religions as well as between refugees and other members of society.

The prize encourages the continuation of exchanges between Muslims and Jews,” he said.