He shatters myths about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, finding his greatest Israeli allies in his quest for peace and normalcy among those living in Jewish settlements.
Orit travels with her daughter Hanna to Stockholm to find out how they bucked the European lockdown trend--and to get a bit of fresh air.
Orit ventured to the Bundestag, the German parliament, to take down those Nazis on the day German lawmakers voted against Israeli plans to apply sovereignty over Israeli-controlled areas. But she ran into some snags. Will the real Nazi please stand up!
Without Israeli hi-tech genius, there would be no Face ID recognition on the iPhone, no "Did you mean...?" function for Google typos...the new Berlin taxi-share service "BerlKönig" also relies on Israeli technology. So far, Israeli companies have been cooperating primarily with the USA. But more attention is being paid to Germany. Can this c to contribute to strengthening German-Israeli friendship?
Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center gives astounding insights into the German-Israel-Jewish relationship, some of which are worrying. Germany’s insistence on trading ties with Iran, its increased funding to UNRWA, the overlooking anti-Semitism of the Left, and Holocaust memorialization are just some of the issues discussed.
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Here "Dr. Orit" guides Germans on the ultimate "denazification meditation" to enable them to heal properly from their Nazi past so that they could make better decisions for themselves and their country.
In the second webisode of "Germany on the Couch," Dr. Orit dramatizes the six German personality traits, quirks and idiosyncrasies that made the Holocaust happen. Warning: It's O-FUNsive!
Dr. Orit puts Germans on the couch and offers them three not-so-easy steps for overcoming Holocaust guilt, but which is essential to moving forward psychologically and emotionally.