The burial of a Jewish musician Max Friedlander near the Berlin of a new Nazi caused a stir in the German capital and prompted the filing of a complaint by the Anti-Semitism Commissioner. The urn containing the ashes of the neo-Nazis was buried on October 9 in the former tomb of the musician at the Protestant cemetery in Stanstarp, south of the German capital. Despite the grave of the composer who died in 1934, Protestant religious officials in charge of the cemetery approved the burial, in the presence of several neo-Nazis, many of whom were already convicted by the court, according to media reports. German.
During the funeral, a black veil covered the tomb, in front of which was placed a photograph of the deceased and several coffins, some adorned with iron crosses. Christian Steplin, Bishop of the Evangelical Church in Berlin-Brandenburg, confessed to the outcryThe burial of a denier in the tomb of Max Friedlander was a terrible mistake and a shocking event in the light of our history. ⁇We need to see immediately what we can doTo get back to this situation, he added.
However, the local evangelical church initially approved the burial. “Everyone has the right to a place of final rest“Anti-Semitism Commissioner in Berlin Samuel Salesborne has announced that he will file a complaint.Disturbing the peace of the dead“And one”Desecration of the memory of the deceased. ⁇The motive here is obvious: right-wing extremists deliberately chose a Jewish cemetery to disrupt the peace of the dead by burying a denier.He exploded, demanding that the neo-Nazi ballot box be moved quickly.
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