The greatest supermarket in Germany was built more than a century ago: The Kaufhaus des Westens, or KaDeWe.
The original owners were Jewish, and so in 1933, when the Nazis came to power, they were boycotted. Then they were owners pressed into surrendering the property.
In 2015, what’s old is new again.
But this time, they did it themselves — KaDeWe banned Jewish products, like Israeli wine from the Golan heights.
(The European Union is actually debating labelling products that are made in Israel.)
After worldwide publicity, KaDeWe reversed its decision.
But at least the 800,000 Muslim migrants who have arrived in Germany in recent months now know where they can shop amongst friends.
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