The success of both couples can be attributed to their personal warmth, openness, non-judgmental attitudes—and, of course, home-cooked Shabbat and holiday meals.
On May 31, 2018, Orit gave a talk to over 30 high school and university students on the true nature of the Arab war against Israel. This was for an event series of the Friedrich Hayek Society, an organization dedicated to classically liberal values and human liberty.
Upon leaving Berlin for the first time, Feldman felt unnerved and heavy. Her main association with Berlin was the Holocaust. But then, in 2014, while taking part in a documentary on women who left strict, patriarchal communities, she saw a different side of the city. A fun, creative side. A diverse side. A side she could live in.
In the second webisode of "Germany on the Couch," Dr. Orit dramatizes the six German personality traits, quirks and idiosyncrasies that made the Holocaust happen. Warning: It's O-FUNsive!
Man cannot live on bread alone, but man cannot live on Zionist sentiment alone, either. An article that got a lot of people angry....