Checking the Facts

Author Tuvia Tenenbom takes a deep look into the refugee communities of Germany

November 2, 2017 15:27
4 minute read.
MEMBERS OF a Syrian family eat at a refugee shelter in a former hotel in Berlin in 2016

MEMBERS OF a Syrian family eat at a refugee shelter in a former hotel in Berlin in 2016. (photo credit: STEFFI LOOS /REUTERS)


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Author Tuvia Tenenbom’s latest oeuvre, Hello, Refugees! – like his previous books – is a gem.

A brilliant journalist, Tenenbom describes his investigation of the situation in Germany surrounding refugees and migrants from North Africa and the Middle East. He is straightforward, fearless, politically incorrect, courageous – and very funny. Indeed, he manages to entertain the reader with hilarious comments and anecdotes while presenting the shocking truth about the disgraceful treatment of refugees in Germany, coupled with the shameful hypocrisy of the political decision-makers with whom the media fully cooperate.


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