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German Jews and Germany’s Elections

How will the Jewish community channel its feelings towards the ongoing refugee crisis in Germany and Europe into a political decision?

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Caught in a Zionist Firestorm

Dresden native Lysann Bendel’s love for Israel was set aflame by a surprising family secret

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For questions about Jews, just ‘rent’ one for answers

A provocative program introduces Germans to a community on the rebound

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Die machen ja dicht: Schabbat in Berlin

This is the second in a series of articles on life in Berlin for Fluter, a political magazine for young adults sponsored by the German government. Here Orit discusses what it’s like to observe the “German Shabbat.”

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The many faces of Dresden

These days, most people don’t associate the capital of the German state of Saxony with its historic beauty. The infamous Anglo-American firebombing of February 1945 turned the Old City into rubble, killing an estimated 40,000.

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Berlin Becomes A Musical Playground For Israeli Artists

“You can live in honor and pay your rent and make music and meet great musicians and travel in Europe,” says Magal. “Berlin is kind of the center of Europe and more special things could happen; the place is really open to different accents, styles and things that sound less generic.”

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