Some in Berlin’s Jewish community are reluctant to engage with refugees who may come from countries where anti-Semitism is endemic. But others are leading the way with acts of good will ranging from donating clothing to sharing meals and housing.
As Poland marks the 50th anniversary of a notorious anti-Semitic campaign, some of its leaders call for a clampdown on historical debate and speak darkly about enemies within. The echoes of '68 are hard to ignore.
What is life like for Jews in Germany? During the first half of 2017, the number of anti-Semitic attacks increased in Germany.
Six young Afghans have been awarded a poetry prize named after Else Lasker-Schüler. Words, feelings and their refugee fate — the teenage refugees have a lot in common with the famous German Jewish poet.
Thirteen years ago, the murder of Hatun Sürücü shocked Germany. The killer was her own brother. Since then, there has been a debate about "honor killings." Even the use of this term is a point of contention.
© 2018 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version