There are only about 6,600 Jews in the city of 753,000, but they have a political influence that other minority populations don’t.
Jewish life in Berlin — from the spiritual to the culinary — is changing rapidly, but also thriving in certain ways.
Although the fall of communism liberated Jewry, the striving for freedom continues
The 363-page intelligence report, which covers a range of security threats to the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, referenced Iran’s regime 16 times and Lebanese entity Hezbollah 21 times.
Kelin emphasized that "the state cannot do everything," urging "the courage of civil society" to join the fight.
Merkel's gov't has refused to outlaw the terrorist entity
Anti-Semitic crime rose by almost 20% in Germany last year, the interior minister said on Tuesday, blaming most incidents on individuals espousing far-right world views.
The German government that resides there has in recent years allowed hundreds of thousands of antisemites from Muslim countries to immigrate without selection.
In a statement issued by the social democratic politician Michaele Engelmeier, she called for a cancellation of sports events in Malaysia.
The situation is complex. German Jews – who today include possibly as many as 30,000 Israelis – are overwhelmingly positive, while expressing concern at the emergence of the AfD.