Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger now believes that the fact that Germany’s attack on Israel was welcomed on the streets of Berlin is evidence that the country has allowed too many foreigners to immigrate.
When asked about seeing Arabs in Berlin applauding this weekend’s attack on Israel, German-born Kissinger, who fled Nazi Germany with his family in 1938 and later served as the architect of American foreign policy during the Vietnam War, said it was “painful.”
“It was a grave mistake to let in so many people of totally different culture and religion and concepts, because it creates a pressure group inside each country that does that,” Kissinger said.
Over 1,200 Israelis were killed and dozens more were kidnapped during a surprise onslaught by Hamas terrorists that began early on Saturday morning.
They also fired missiles at Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Since then, Israel has retaliated by encircling Gaza and launching its own barrage of retaliation missiles, which has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Palestinians.
The former senior diplomat noted that it is also “possible” that Israel would take action against Iran if it believes that Teheran was involved in the attack.