Dr. Orit: Six German qualities that made the Holocaust happen

After living in Germany for about two years, I’ve often wondered how such an educated, polite, nice, modern people come from a nation that committed such a horrible crime. I think I’ve finally found the answer. Episode 2 of “Germany on the Couch with Dr. Orit” is a very important video for Germans to watch. Not to worry: it provides a remedy.

Continue Reading March 11, 2018

Jerusalem Filtered Through a German Museum

Although the exhibition portrays itself as examining Jerusalem from the perspective of three monotheistic religions, the story it tells is really one of two sides: a showdown between Judaism and Islam, Israelis and Palestinians, Jews and Arabs, and these days, inadvertently, Trump and Germany.

Continue Reading March 5, 2018

How Can Israeli Cities Compete with Berlin

Man cannot live on bread alone, but man cannot live on Zionist sentiment alone, either. An article that got a lot of people angry….

Continue Reading January 30, 2018


Top 10 Fail Moments of Berlin’s Jerusalem exhibition

No topic captures the interreligious imagination more than Jerusalem, but the “Welcome to Jerusalem” exhibition seems to serve as a platform for the Museum to subtly impose its political bias regarding Israel, despite proclamations to the contrary.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Who is Felix Maximilian?

He is the gorgeous German man who stars as “Sebastian,” the male protagonist in my novel, Underskin. Watch!

Friday, January 12, 2018


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