• Angela Merkel vowed Thursday that there would be no tolerance for hate.
  • The representatives of the constitutional state must use all means available against hate.
  • After an anti-Semitic attack that left two dead as Jews celebrated Yom Kippur.

BERLIN: Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed Thursday that there would be no tolerance for hate, after an anti-Semitic attack that left two dead as Jews celebrated Yom Kippur.

“The representatives of the constitutional state must use all means available against hate, violence and misanthropy. There is zero tolerance," she said a day after a 27-year-old German suspect shot dead two in an attack that targeted a synagogue.