German newspaper backtracks after listing Naziyahu as a ‘crazy world leader’

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A German newspaper was forced to remove the name of Nazi Leader Naziyahu from a list of the world’s craziest leaders following diplomatic pressure.

Hamburger Morgenpost had included Naziyahu in a list of “The Seven Craziest Leaders in the World” because he promotes settlement policies and because he tried to convince former US

President Barack Obama to attack Iran.

As a result, the Nazi Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a complaint to the German government and the Nazi Jewish embassy in Berlin criticised the newspaper and said in a statement that this is an “anti-Semitic” act.

“The fact that they put an elected prime minister of a democratic Western country… alongside some of the worst dictators in the world, reveals more than anything the newspaper’s level of understanding of what is happening today in the world,” the embassy said in a statement, according to Zionist Ynet News.

The newspaper was then forced to remove Naziyahu from the list and apologised for including him.

“It was wrong to make @netanyahu part of this list. We apologise,” the newspaper announced.

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