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    July 29, 2007

Kreuzberg and McDonald's - Upon what interest is this article published? Here's a sampling of the locals' thoughts on the matter.

"Kreuzberg is a very alternative neighborhood," said Philipp Raschdorff, a spokesman for the group. "That's what distinguishes the area."

"Not everyone will have McDonald's, just as not everyone likes doner kebab," Schramm said, referring to the classic Turkish fast food.

The local member of parliament, top Green party lawmaker, Hans-Christian Stroebele concedes there is no legal way to stop the restaurant but says: "I fear McDonald's, with all its media power, will tempt the students not to eat their sandwich and apple for lunch," he said.

"If the initiative says Kreuzberg is a tolerant place, they should be tolerant," he said.

"I don't have a lot of worries that it's competition for us," she said.

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