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The wars over Israel

The wars for Israel
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WISCHMANN at first glance, Frankfurt Airport was previously a faceless handling machine for SPIEGEL editor Thomas Tuma, 34. That changed quickly when he spent two weeks researching at the airport. Tuma spoke to pilots and police officers, cargo workers and doctors, pastors and the stranded of the mobile society who wait for connecting flights at night. And he noticed: The complaints of the passengers are getting more and more massive. “The airlines look after their customers like chicken barons take care of their LegeTuma, travelers take care of them,” says Tuma. Queues and the arbitrariness of the authorities strain the patience of travelers. Improvement is not in sight. Instead, Moloch Airport should continue to grow according to the will of its operators - and it threatens to finally suffocate (page 42). E P. AVIOLAT / KEYSTONE PRESS ZURICH / DPA in God (or at least guru) for writers all over the world, Jorge Luis Borges only became old when he was old. For most of his life (1899 to 1986) the slowly blind and yet extraordinarily well-read Argentinian was at best a local great among writers in Buenos Aires. There the later SPIEGEL reporter Carlos Widmann, then 18, experienced him in 1957 as a lecturing universal scholar. Two years later Widmann, Borges widow Kodama, the acquaintance with Borges was continued in writing when Widmann (born in Argentina and holder of a double passport) translated some of his compatriot's stories and poems in Munich; they were among the first Borges texts to be published in Europe. 40 years later - in the "Borges year 1999" - the SPIEGEL man met his widow and sole heir María Kodama in Geneva, who had accompanied the blind magician of words on 50 trips abroad in the last decade of his life. According to Widmann, she has “become the grim guardian of his writings” (page 180). N T. EVERKE normally journalists are observers and not objects of curiosity themselves. SPIEGEL editor Ansbert Kneip, 37, was both last week. In Florida he visited a house where scantily clad women pose for Internet voyeurs in front of a total of 19 cameras. Kneip wanted to report on that. But he couldn't avoid the cameras either. The - actually forbidden - presence of a man caused unrest among the customers. Quite a few asked via the Internet who the guy was. Others were just jealous: “You lucky bastard.” The women willingly told Kneip about their strange workplace: What might look like eroticism on the computer turns out to be internet models on site, Kneip's annoying job (page 112). derspiegel 7/1 9 9 9 3 Advertising Page Advertising Page Advertising Page Advertising Page In this issue Title How Lufthansa is upgrading Frankfurt Airport to a Monster Airport .... 42 Fumbling control - the senseless chicane ....... 46 New runway plans provoke public protest. ............................. 52 SPIEGEL conversation with Lufthansa boss Jürgen Weber about the chaos at Frankfurt Airport and his strategy for more Customer friendliness ...................... 60 Passé double pass pages 22, 26, 30 Lafontaine, Trittin Telephone sex in the state parliament page 36 The CSU politician Hans Wallner is supposed to last all night have telephoned hostesses - the Bavarian state parliament was cheated of 26,832.12 marks. The evidence is overwhelming, but the lawyers have a problem: Wallner denies the act. Fund managers take power Guild rules block new jobs Society Scene: Comeback of high-heeled shoes / women are beating with a clear conscience .............. 111 Internet: Spanner view into the visual living room ....... ............................. 112 Actors: Claude-Oliver Rudolph - a German killer machine as a James Bond opponent ... ............................. 121 6 M. SCHARNBERG / VISUM Mirror of the 20th Century The Century of Wars: The Wars for Israel .................................. 125 Tom Segev on Zionism .......... ....... 134 portraits: Jabotinski, Rabin and Sadat, Arafat ................................. ....................... 138 Issues: The expulsion of the Palestinians / nuclear power Israel ............... 140 page 84 Deutschland AG has had its day, a new model of capitalism is spreading - and is fundamentally changing German companies: anonymous fund companies with billions in savings from investors all over the world, take power. They are putting the German management under increasing pressure and demanding one thing above all: a high return. Introduction of shares on Wall Street T. EVERKE Economy Trends: Bahn plans radical staff cuts / BDI Vice Tyll Necker reprimands employer officials ........................... 81 Media: Bertelsmann executive board reconciles with ex-RTL boss Thoma / Private against price war in the local network .............. 82 Money: Boom in online brokers / Why is the euro weakening? ......................... 83 Globalization: How US fund managers heat up German company bosses .......... 84 Auto industry: Piëchs Plan for joining BMW ........................................... 94 Electronics: SPIEGEL conversation with Siemens CEO Heinrich von Pierer about the mini-profits of his group ......... 98 Crafts: guerrilla warfare of master companies against entrepreneurs .............. .................... 104 F. DARCHINGER Germany Panorama: Russians block food aid / PKK boss Öcalan to Germany? .......................................... 17 Government: Return to Reality. ............. 22 Greens: Interview with Joschka Fischer about the renewal of the party ......................... ...... 24 SPD: Interview with party leader Oskar Lafontaine on the consequences of the Hesse debacle ............................. ......... 26 Citizenship: The lazy compromise ... 30 Health: Andrea Fischer's reform ............ 34 Criminal justice: Gisela Friedrichsen in the trial against the former CSU MP Hans Wallner .................. 36 CDU: The price of victory in Hesse .............. 67 State election: Roland Koch, the new one Hero of the Union ............................................... 68 Crime: The Confessions of Mafia Killer Giorgio Basile ............................ 72 Reparation: Industrial Fund for Victims of National Socialism ... .................................................. ... 74 North Rhine-Westphalia: Constitutional Court puts Wolfgang Clement in its place ...... 78 After the lot As Helmut Kohl once did, red-green had to come to terms with an opposition in the Federal Council. The controversial double pass is a thing of the past, there is a risk of a lazy, expensive compromise. SPD party leader Oskar Lafontaine wants to end the coalition's hasty stumbling forward, so his announcement in the SPIEGEL interview: “We have to slow down.” Carpenter derspiegel 7/1 9 9 9 Page 104 Anyone who does not have a master craftsman's certificate is not allowed to set up a craft business in Germany If it does it anyway, it is punished: The craft regulations from medieval guild times prevent thousands of business start-ups and the creation of even more new jobs. With the help of outdated rules, the champions' lobby keeps annoying competitors at bay; it has successfully prevented reform to this day. Abroad Nuclear submarines in Murmansk P. KASSIN Nuclear repository Russia Ivanov SIPA PRESS pages 146, 149 Rotting submarines, nuclear stations without control, radiating nuclear waste - now the West is supposed to dump its radioactive waste in Russia - for a great deal Money. In the SPIEGEL interview, Foreign Minister Ivanov promised “a decision that will please both sides”. Panorama: The sick rulers of the Middle East / Mystery of the murderous drama in the Vatican ... 143 Nuclear energy: Russia's ruined nuclear economy ........................... .................. 146 Russia: SPIEGEL conversation with Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov on relations with Germany .......... 149 Bundeswehr: How it is in Macedonia preparing German soldiers for the Kosovo mission .............. 154 Tourism: A hotelier wants to revolutionize holidays in the Alps ................ ......... 156 France: Hatred and jubilation for campaigner Cohn-Bendit ...................... 158 Macau: A gambler's paradise becomes communist. ............................................. 162 Poland: Jaruzelski - Traitor or savior? ...... 166 Sports football: Erich Ribbeck - a national coach without a concept or support .......................... 168 Formula 1: Interview with the racing engine designer Mario Illien about the sound and power of Mercedes engines ........ 172 Culture Image maintenance for the Alps Be te 156 PANDIS He relies on roller coasters, nightlife, heated counters and current youth trends. Günther Aloys from Ischgl, Austria's most controversial tourism manager, does not allow himself to be disturbed by a snow chaos like last week: He wants to revolutionize holidays in the Alps and is successful. While Austria lost around a tenth of its vacationers in the past decade, Ischgl doubled its turnover. Ischgl vacationers departing Scene: Grimme Institute wants more money / Bertelsmann donates “Great Novel Prize” .... 177 authors: The world celebrates Jorge Luis Borges, the mysterious Argentine .............. ..... 180 bestsellers ........................................... .......... 184 Contemporary history: Berlinale shows previously unknown Eichmann video ....................... 188 Art: Cologne Museum rehabilitates the Rembrandt student de Gelder ................ 190 Pop: Country singer Lucinda Williams conquers the audience .................. .................. 192 Film industry: Director Volker Schlöndorff on the global power of US cinema ........... 196 Film: Oscar favorite “ Shakespeare in Love “... 198 Literature: Elke Heidenreich on the spectacular novel by a 16 year old ......... 199 Philosophers: Lectures from the estate of Paul Feyerabend ............. .......... 201 TV preview .................................. 230 Science + Technology Is Hamburg filling up the Elbe? Page 206 Film superpower America Pages 196, 198 UIP Hamburg is ready for anything for an uncertain Dasa project: so that the giant Airbus A3XX can be screwed together in the Hanseatic city, the red-green Senate wants to fill in the heart of the Elbe landscape, the “Mühlenberger Loch”. The omnipotence of US cinema is increasingly shaping “the worldview” of Europeans, complains director Volker Schlöndorff in SPIEGEL. This is confirmed by the US film “Shakespeare in Love” at the Berlinale. Gwyneth Paltrow in “Shakespeare…” the Prisma: Day vignette for city center trips? / Amphetamine helps stroke patients ...... 203 Prisma Computer: The cell phone as a wallet? / Ant game for the film ..... 204 Urban planning: Hamburg sacrifices the "Mühlenberger Loch" ............................. ...... 206 Genetic engineering: Controversial UN agreement on biological safety ........................... 216 Environment: drug residues in Drinking water ................................................. .. 218 Cultural History: The Resignation through the Centuries ....................................... .... 222 letters ............................................ ................... 8 Imprint ............................. ................. 14, 224 Reader service ............................. ................... 224 Chronicle ............................. ............................ 225 registers .................... .................................... 226 Personal details ............ ...................................... 228 Concave mirror / rearview mirror ........ ................... 234 spiegel 7/1 9 9 9 7 Letters from Peter Hartung from Nidda (Hesse) on the title "The Schröder Show" SPIEGE L-Title 5/1999 Hopeful Cross No. 5/1999, Title: The Schröder Show - 100 Days Reality Delicious! The cover picture speaks for itself.Four well-known political virtuosos rehearse, with empty hands, but with a lot of show business. Unfortunately, you can't hear what the “glorious four” are “messing up” and what chances they are “letting go”. Stephanskirchen (Bavaria) Jürgen Engelhardt On your title page the gentlemen are obviously playing a string quartet. Now we know that this type of music-making is the most difficult. So it is not surprising that up to now we have not been allowed to hear a beautiful cantilena. Let's wait and see and see you again at the fermata. Norderstedt Wilhelm Schöttker Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, who already has re-election in four years' time as a fixed goal, wants to please everyone. But anyone who wants to satisfy everyone cannot of course undertake any fundamental reforms, because there are always interest groups in society who do not want to come to terms with new regulations because they result in disadvantages. Improvements are always only the result of interventions by some interest groups. Essen Björn van Lent The Chinese have their splendid state circus and the Germans - if you may believe the media - a highly talented federal government. For 100 days she has been training and practicing with an amateur team how to improve politics. Flying high on the trapeze is the order of the day - and all without a network. The ringmaster personally participates in the gymnastics. He is a jack of all trades, can do everything, does everything - the new big Zampano. Like an eagle he swings through the big top and as a catcher he has his hands full so that the daredevils of his 8 troops do not fall from the trapeze into the ring. Simultaneously, a little clown keeps gaining height on his trampoline far below him, but regularly misses his target when jumping nervously. Jugglers and illusionists distract from the mishaps. The astonished audience is presented with a random series of flops and tops with infantile ease. And if something goes completely wrong, all the headlights turn up on the large Zampano. The cones of rays then surround him like the aura of a redeemer. There is frenetic applause. The audience is thrilled. Admission is free. Cash is paid after the performance. Sankt Augustin (Nrdrh.-Westf.) Manfred Gerold Martin Prechtl We are no longer as annoyed as we were under Kohl. Even if mistakes are made while working: Keep it up, Chancellor! Reichshof (Nrdrh.-Westf.) Horst Pett If, after 16 years of CDU / CSU rule, also with a Chancellor Kohl, a popularly elected SPD Green government changes only insignificant changes and its promises are postponed to the end of the legislative period, then that was it Ballot not worth the cross I hopefully left on it. Nuremberg Gerhard Winter Chancellor Schröder (in the cabinet): Circusly talented You criticized pretty much all the ministers, but hardly mentioned Interior Minister Otto Schily. I miss clear signals from him on the problem of right-wing radicalism. So far, he has only been a hardliner with regard to “immigration”. It was the Kohl government that always played down the neo-Nazis. Würzburg Hamburg J. H. DARCHINGER “Schröder, Fischer & Co. as a string quartet? Completely wrong. The gentlemen would have looked better on your cover if they had been shown in the look of the seventies with, Matte ‘and as an air guitar band.” Mokratie is a complex structure that cannot be turned upside down like a building crew or a banana republic. Conversely, this allows the question of how the intellectual upper class is doing with the understanding of democracy. Prof. Alfred Tilp The people who give the new chancellor good grades understand it better - in contrast to the top intellectual smartass - that 100 days are the blink of an eye and that a parliamentary de- You are unjust to the new government. For almost three years, Wolfgang Schäuble and his allies Wolfgang Gerhardt and Guido Westerwelle babbled about a tax reform and achieved nothing, allegedly because of the Federal Council. Just two months and five days after the new government took office, I had 40 marks in tax savings and 30 marks more in child benefit in my account. Respect! Keep it up! Eislingen (Bad.-Württ.) Gerhard Nürk Your amazement at the popularity of the Schröder government among the population - 50 years ago the Spiegel of February 19, 1949 Reuter in Paris and London Berlin is to become the twelfth country of the West German Confederation. Operation Cicero unveiled Germany's largest espionage operation in World War II. There are no discounts for groceries Experts fear price increases of 25 percent. Elections in Northern Ireland Unionists loyal to England win over Catholics. Riots in South Africa Zulus attack Indians. First performance of Hans Rehberg's "Heinrich VII." In Munich. Controversy over his role in the Nazi era. Kniefrei en vogue Haute Couture presents summer fashion in Paris. These articles can be found on the Internet at http://www.spiegel.de Title: Berlins Bürgermeister Ernst Reuter d e r p i e g e l 7/1 9 9 9 Advertising Page Advertising Page Advertising Page Advertising Page Advertising Page Advertising Page Letters shows how far you are from reality. What are "small social benefits" for you, are important events for employees with families. The turnaround is also decisive: for the first time in years, nothing is taken from us, but the situation is improved. Have you forgotten how many hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated against the cut in wages? Hude (Lower.) Bernd Franck to pay 20 marks). He doesn't have the money. The state government pays more than 1,000 marks to carry out any diffuse atonement or vengeance. Cologne The misery you described cannot be so great. After all, more than half of the prisoners want to go to jail again and again - there is a recidivism rate of 54 percent. Badenhausen (Lower.) The Chancellor has understood: Converting one's own media presence into favor of voters works even when the professional press complainers have something to complain about at the same time. Government product marketing uses the same mechanisms as that of motion pictures. New productions are made resistant to criticism, in that the “independent” reports are nothing more than hidden advertising, pardon: “product information”. Smaller weak points are often thrown in to reinforce authenticity, just as our government likes to admit its own mistakes, based on the motto: “What are they complaining about, we have long recognized that and already said it ourselves!” Bonn Dr. Christian Gapp Unwise and Expensive No. 5/1999, Justice: Chaos and violence in Germany's overcrowded prisons. How prisoners make escape tools The German prison problem has two main causes: First, it is imprudent and expensive to lock up so many criminals - including the small fish. Second, state enforcement in most federal states is an unspeakably inflexible and bureaucratic system that is administered, but not managed economically or in terms of perspective. With radically different control methods, based on the private sector, most of the problems you described could be solved with the same financial expenditure. Rudi Drunk Michael Hartmann That recently, of all people, and only the criminal justice system has been trusted to bring deviant or worse behavior of individuals and negative developments in certain social classes - including the wealthy, tax evaders and criminal bank and company managers - under control absurd. There is absolutely nothing in legal training that qualifies you to do this more than any other job. Crime is to be handled as a social and an individual problem by trained specialists. They are much more likely to be educators, social workers and educators than lawyers. Berlin Dr. Olaf Heischel Chairman of the Berlin Executive Advisory Board Anyone who locks several prisoners together in one cell can just as easily offer them a training event on crime issues. It is clear that in a group of those who have committed criminal offenses, the most brutal and unscrupulous prevails and pulls the others along; Such a penal system can do nothing to improve the situation. Financial means must be available for the individual accommodation of prisoners; otherwise, all the money is thrown away in prison. Strasbourg Michael App Celle Rüdiger Wohlgemuth Head of the prison in Celle C. IRRGANG North Rhine-Westphalia is a rich federal state. In order to have a convicted person serve a daily rate of 20 marks, the country pays more than 100 marks. To make it even clearer: A convicted person should be fined 200 Marks (ten daily rates for prisoners (in Kassel): imprisonment for small fish 12 derspiegel 7/1 9 9 9 Blackmail Aid No. 5/1999, donations: Russenzoll torpedoed Help V. SUVOROV / RPG As part of a partnership with Peterhof (82,000 inhabitants) near St. Petersburg, the German-Russian Association of Friends of Bad Homburg carried out its 45th aid campaign in January The customs took two rucksacks with urgently needed medicines from the land and baby food. The “clearing” calculated for the 55th anniversary of the end of the Leningrad blockade took ten days, which increased the transport costs by 3,000 marks. The question is whether the refusal of the association To pay bribes can be maintained. Humanitarian aid can be blackmailed as long as no corresponding government agreements are concluded. Bad Homburg Heinz-J örg Docken German-Russian Förderverein We have been looking after a family in the Ukraine for three years. For Christmas we sent two packages (postage per package 60 marks). Nuts were scattered in one of them for decoration, it came back. We took them out, paid postage again and sent the package off. Contents: coffee, chocolate, cocoa, a toy car, warm clothes. This package also came back with the information that it did not meet the customs regulations. In a starving country, we consider this attitude of the customs authorities to be a huge scandal and we have lost the desire to want to help. Wöllstein (Rhld.-Pf.) Ernst K. Jungk Was Fun No. 5/1999, Sexuality: Women are naturally strangers Although there are more schoolgirls, high school graduates, female students, citizens and female people than there are men, write SPIEGEL authors only always in the masculine form, unless derspiegel 7/1 9 9 9 letters make illegality worthwhile. Only a lack of demand could abolish these crimes, but that will only happen with the disappearance of man from the earth. Berlin Ottmar Hartmann I am missing a critical consideration of the “consumption sector”, whereby I am not thinking of moral appeals to clients - which would be of little use. Not even by the way is there any mention of tabloids, which earn high profits with advertisements in which the goods women are advertised in the same style as fresh meat from Bolle - as uninhibited Russians, young Polish women, crisp beginner models. If freedom of the press degenerates into an advertising platform for crimes against human dignity, this type of free press should be radically challenged. Berlin Ulf Pape Woman with lovers (scene from “Die Ausgebufften”): An attempt at genetic diversity Aathal-Seegräben (Switzerland) Gabriele Sell-Pallmann Oh great! For a long time I had been a thorn in the side of the same story from evolutionary biologists. Because what was always said about women and their sexuality and was gladly taken up by SPIEGEL did not correspond at all with the reality I experienced. So we could also see it this way: If I try to have a different biological father for all of my children, I will give them an optimum of genetic diversity and thus reduce the risk that all my children will have the same genetic defect. One child could become a soccer star, the other a physicist and the next perhaps an opera singer. If the fourth becomes “just” a garbage collector, it is to be deducted from “genetic mistake, but it was fun”. A breadwinner will be found, and this variant is more fun anyway. Hamburg Milena Robbers In the so-called battle of the sexes, it borders (from the men's point of view) almost 14 on unfair competition when women are ascribed the greater sexual activities. Where are the arguments for the male infidelities? Even US President Bill Clinton will not be pleased that he was not the driving force, but only the pitiful victim of an out-of-pairs-oriented intern named Monica Lewinsky. Nuremberg Peter Wachter Not alone for a long time No. 5/1999, Anthropology: New Bone Finds from the Neanderthal Despite all the joy at the rediscovery of the spoil heap of the Kleine Feldhofer Grotto, I would like to make a few comments about the supposedly unknown second individual from the Neanderthal. If the lucky discoverer says in your post: "The Ne- High profits with classified ads No. 5/1999, trafficking in women: Prostitution is booming in the provinces The" normal "men are the real criminals, guilty of producing child porn, that women and children have to sell themselves like cattle and spread their legs for money. Society is given civilized forms of behavior between the sexes to the same extent that it is itself civilized. There are always “entrepreneurs” who cover every need, especially with profit margins, which, precisely because of the AP, no longer generalize. According to the motto: 100 readers are 101 readers. Women are also not mentioned in your article among hunters and gatherers. How did they pass on their genes? It has long been scientifically proven that the big game hunts carried out by men took place extremely seldom in comparison to the vital, frequent small game hunts in which the women were active and for which they also made the first nets. 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