Hate speech towards Jews in Germany is coming from Muslims, neo-Nazis and celebrities
The “Zoombombing” marred a conversation with Dutch-born survivor Zvi Herschel.
At 90, Gert Levitan decided it was time to tell the unlikely love story of her parents, and how a beloved Yiddish daily played matchmaker.
Pete Buttigieg posed at the Berlin Holocaust memorial, with his husband Chasten writing “this guy” as a caption.
It is not clear from reports in the German media whether the victim actually is Jewish.
The march comes days after an armed German man with anti-Semitic and white supremacist motives tried and failed to enter a synagogue in Halle.
The letters of support state that Schäfer is the victim of “false accusations” and express their admiration for his work in Judaic studies.
A group of 10 harassed the 23-year-old tourist, who was hit in the face and suffered a black eye.
Daniel Gurfinkel said he was attacked as soon as he tried to defend his country.
Two unidentified men in Berlin hit a Dutch national and then kicked him after asking him if he was Jewish, a German newspaper reported.