German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative alliance has said it will propose beefed-up legislation to deal with anti-Semitism among migrant groups, which would include the possibility of deportation.

The draft legislation calls on the "absolute acceptance of Jewish life" to be considered a "benchmark" for integration and stipulates that "those who refuse Jewish life in Germany or question the right of existence of Israel, cannot have a place in our country," German newspaper Die Welt reported Saturday.

The parties will propose the new rules by Holocaust memorial day on January 27, according to Die Welt.

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