Over 10,000 Israelis live in Berlin, among them many creative types. What draws them to the capital of Germany, the country responsible for the Holocaust? An author, a musician, and a director from Israel explain.
Award-winning Israeli author Lizzie Doron became renowned for her books depicting the Jews' traumas. When she started researching the life of Palestinians — and became friends with the enemy — everything changed.
As Israel marks its Independence Day, 70 years after the modern-day state's foundation, Israeli author Lizzie Doron walks through her evolving feelings over the years regarding May 14.
Germany was the manifestation of hell when Israeli writer Lizzie Doron was growing up in the 1950s. Now the winds of tolerance make it a desirable place, she writes describing her complex relationship with the country.
Israel was founded as a Jewish homeland and its immigration reflects this, starting with the first post-World War II refugees. While Israel has become more diverse over the decades, its doors remain closed to some.
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