Photo Gallery: The German Village Ruled by Neo-Nazis 01/03/2011
 A vaillage sign at the entrance to Jamel bearing the far-right slogan "Free,...
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A vaillage sign at the entrance to Jamel bearing the far-right slogan "Free, Social, National." Jamel is an example of the far-right problem that has plagued Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania for years. The rural state, once part of communist East Germany, has a poor reputation in this regard -- the NPD, which glorifies the Third Reich, has been in the state parliament since 2006 and neo-Nazi crimes are part of daily life.