Germany gives NGO large check to help Israeli trauma victims in South
Organization provides emergency assistance to residents of southern Israel trying to cope with aftermath of weeks-long Gaza operation.
By HERB KEINON
Reason to rhyme
The Poetry Festival in Metulla offers a golden opportunity to hear poets read some of the fruits of their labors and even discuss where they come from personally and creatively.
By BARRY DAVIS
A musical adventure in Germany
With over 50 opera companies to choose from, a harmonious vacation from Leipzig to Berlin creates many memorable moments.
By IRVING SPITZ
A new exhibition in Haifa examines the female figures in photographs taken in both Germany and Palestine in the 1930s-1950s.
By GRAHAM LAWSON
The boy who ran for three years to escape the Holocaust
"Run Boy Run" tells the true story of Yoram Israel Fridman, who was smuggled out of the Warsaw Ghetto at age eight.
By TOM TUGEND
Your Taxes: The new tax treaty with Germany
Israel announced on August 24 that it has signed a new tax treaty with Germany.
By LEON HARRIS
Airbus Defense and IAI strike deal to produce drones for European market
Currently Germany relies on Israeli companies for its drone needs and may continue to do so until a European system is developed.
World Jewish Congress holds historic conference in Berlin for first time since WWII
Despite the general feelings of support and solidarity that were on display on Sunday, the Monday morning sessions were less than cheery.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
Analysis: In Germany a gap between 'Never Again-Jew-Hatred' and real action?
There still remains a yawning gap between the speeches against anti-Semitism and actions on the ground in Germany.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Merkel: Our Jewish friends are at home in Germany
Rally against anti-Semitism in Berlin draws 5,000; German chancellor: "It’s our national and civic duty to fight anti-Semitism."
By MAYA SHWAYDER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT,BENJAMIN WEINTHAL