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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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Was Grandpa Really A Nazi?

Some descendants of Nazis are opening the books to their family’s dark past. In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, ‘Jerusalem Post’ takes a closer look.

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Trees and Roots

Taking a look at how some Israelis in Germany preserve – and adapt – their holiday traditions in a non-Jewish environment.

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Start-up Berlin

Modern Tel Aviv is just over 100 years old, and today enjoys a reputation as the center of the Middle East’s “Silicon Valley” made into the stuff of legend thanks to the book Start-up Nation. With Israel and Germany having celebrated the jubilee of their diplomatic relations last year, the new phase of the Berlin-Tel Aviv partnership, and more broadly the German-Israeli relationship, is now ripening in the field of start-ups.

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