Two young couples set to revive Jewish life and Israeli culture in Berlin, July 23, 2018

Religious Zionists are usually the last types of Israelis to visit Berlin, let alone live there. As staunch nationalists loyal to the Jewish homeland, they’re often less forgiving of Germany’s dark past than their secular counterparts, who made Berlin a leading European destination for tourism and immigration among Israelis.

But two young Israeli couples—Eliezer and Rotem Noy, and Netanel and Tehila Darmon—have not only unexpectedly settled in Germany’s capital as emissaries but have built their respective homes in Berlin, where Jews of all backgrounds can connect with their roots, and feel a sense of Israeli family and belonging.

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