Jewish artists living in Berlin express their views on recent anti-Semitic incidents in Germany
Football fans in Germany were previously used to hearing anti-Semitic chants on a weekly basis. But 30 years later, the battle is far from over, and a shifting political landscape has put people back on guard.
Janina Levy intervened in an anti-Semitic attack on two men wearing skullcaps that caused outrage across Germany. Levy's bravery has been recognized with a coveted award for civil courage.
After an Arab-Israeli man wearing a skullcap was attacked in Berlin, the assailant has now been sentenced to four weeks' detention. The case sparked outrage in Germany, with thousands rallying against anti-Semitism.
Thousands have rallied in the capital and elsewhere in Germany to express outrage at a spate of anti-Semitic incidents. DW's Jefferson Chase attended the Berlin event to see if it entailed anything more than symbolism.
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