Germany is ready to allocate funds to tailor education about anti-Semitism for its Muslim students, the country's Jewish outreach official said.

Felix Klein, Germany's special representative for relations with Jewish organizations, is in Washington this week to meet with Jewish groups and Obama administration officials over American concerns about a spike in anti-Semitism in Germany during the recent Israel-Hamas conflict in the Gaza Strip.

Many of the offenders were Muslims, and many of those were members of Germany's substantial Turkish minority.

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