Halle's Jewish community is helping a Muslim businessman affected by the attack in 2019. Solidarity in the city has been growing ever since the terrorist act.
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The far-right extremist who killed two people in the eastern German city of Halle after trying to shoot his way into a synagogue has received the maximum sentence. The five-month trial was an ordeal for some survivors.
One year ago, the synagogue in the eastern German city of Halle was attacked by a lone gunman. An American victim still feels the impact on her everyday life.
In a DW interview, Israeli Ambassador Yacov Hadas-Handelsman condemns anti-Semitic statements made by individual Hungarian politicians. Overall, however, he praises the Fidesz government.
On Friday, the German city of Halle commemorates those killed in an attack on worshippers on Yom Kippur. Despite a wave of solidarity, many in the Jewish community feel the reaction of authorities has been "halfhearted."
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