German newspaper prints cut-out kippah, urging readers to wear it in solidarity with Jews

Germany's Bild newspaper publishes cut-out kippah in campaign against anti-Semitism

(CNN)German newspaper Bild published a cut-out kippah skullcap on its front page Monday, urging readers to show their solidarity with the country's Jewish community in the face of rising anti-Semitism.

The move comes after a leading government official warned Jews in Germany not to wear the traditional skullcaps in public because of an increase in anti-Semitic attacks across the country.
Felix Klein, the government's anti-Semitism commissioner, told the Funke media group Saturday: "I cannot advise Jews to wear the kippah everywhere all the time in Germany."
In response, Germany's most popular daily newspaper asked readers to wear the cut-out kippah as a mark of solidarity with the Jewish community, and even posted a video on its website showing how to make it.
    "Wear it, so that your friends and neighbors can see it. Explain to your children what the kippah is," wrote editor-in-chief Julian Reichelt.
    "Post a photograph with the kippah on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. Go out onto the streets with it."
    A German official said Jews are not advised to wear a kippah "everywhere all the time in Germany."
    Reichelt rejected Klein's call for Jews to limit their use of the kippah.
    "To that, there is only one answer: No, that must not be the case!" he wro