“Your Polish citizenship certificate has come through – congrats! Where would you like it sent to please? And do you have this BC [birth certificate] attached ready in hard copy so we can do Step 2?”
Germany’s Free Democrats’ attempt to curb anti-Israel voting patterns fail in the Bundestag, but does it reflect the true opinions of parliament members, and will the right-wing party’s positive support of Israel change the Jewish community’s attitudes towards it?
What explains Germany’s inconsistent efforts in rooting out terrorists from its midst?
My unborn daughter has already given me many gifts. Honesty, for one. For a long time, I haven’t written about my personal life, partly out of respect for my own privacy and partly for fear that it might scare men away. But I’m not scared anymore.
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.