Of her time in the European hot spot, Cohen said, “First of all, I felt the presence of Israelis in Berlin who had true open minds. And I know there was a movement of Israelis for many years to Berlin, and it fascinated me to see that the flower that blossomed out of the crack of the war was coming back to meet its root. I found that so beautiful.”
This is the third article in a series for Fluter, a German political magazine for young adults sponsored by the German government. .
Taking a look at how some Israelis in Germany preserve – and adapt – their holiday traditions in a non-Jewish environment.