World Bulletin / News Desk
Karamba Diaby, the first ever black member of German Parliament (Bundestag), has said that German society should own up the duty of fighting against racism and this can be achieved through education that starts in primary schools.
Diaby, a Senegalese man who came to Germany in 1986 for his university education and then neutralized as a German citizen, told AA that NSU terrorist organization's murders that targeted foreigners and mainly Turks living in this country are now a negative concept in German history.
German security units should be in a multicultural form in order to prevent such incidents in the future, Diaby also said.
German MP from SDP said African people were not tolerated in some parts of his country.
The xenophobic and racist National Socialist Underground terror organization had cold-bloodedly killed 10 people, including 8 Turks in Germany.
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