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Schaefer resigned his position last week, a year ahead of his scheduled departure.
“The Jewish Museum Berlin sees itself as a forum for discussions and conversations about socially relevant questions… And in this case, it has gone very badly wrong.”
Calls for possible dropping of ‘Jewish’ in museum’s name.
Usually, the Jews are the first ones to feel the negative impact of large immigration from Muslim countries with high percentages of antisemites.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
In the face of the Berlin attack, some media commentators in Germany try to maintain a politically correct worldview and disqualify those who disagree with it.
By MARC NEUGROESCHEL
From Germany to France to the Netherlands, Jewish communities insist to continue Hanukkah celebrations despite security risks: "It's our way of driving out the darkness that is terrorism."
A sign at the entrance offered condolences to the victims and stated that the market would go on, in consultation with police, but tonight without music.
By ORIT ARFA
Glanz, a hardcore BDS activist, said it would not be absurd to eradicate Israel and relocate Jewish Israelis to the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
City’s rabbi calls for unity ahead of local election.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
On the M1 tram from Prenzlauer Berg to the happening Mitte district, Alexander Ehrle, an attorney, was hesitant to point the finger at Islamist terrorism.
Giant menorah in Brandenburg Square sends a message that ‘peace and tolerance are stronger than any dispute,’ says Chabad head in German capital.
Pierre Birnbaum offers a fawning – but partly justified – treatment of Léon Blum in his new biography
By MATI WAGNER
In comparison with Israel’s security borders, “the Berlin Wall is a toy” said the Bavarian politician in a nearly four minute video posted on YouTube.
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