Jewish Journal


March 31, 2010

New Jewish generation grabs foothold in Berlin


From Haaretz.com:

Berlin is “meshugge” - a bit crazy - in the eyes of DJ Aviv Netter, an Israeli who hosts a monthly disco night titled Meshugge in the German capital.

Women dance to his music under flags bearing the Star of David and menorahs. “I’m kosher, kiss me,” read their t-shirts.

Netter’s dance parties are just one sign of the resurgence of Jewish life in Berlin, where merely 8,000 of Berlin’s 1933 Jewish population of 160,000 survived World War II…

Read the full story at http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1160129.html

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