New Jewish generation grabs foothold in Berlin


Berlin is “meshugge” – a bit crazy – in the eyes of DJ Aviv Netter, an Israeli who hosts a monthly disco night titled Meshugge in the German capital.

Women dance to his music under flags bearing the Star of David and menorahs. “I’m kosher, kiss me,” read their t-shirts.

Netter’s dance parties are just one sign of the resurgence of Jewish life in Berlin, where merely 8,000 of Berlin’s 1933 Jewish population of 160,000 survived World War II…

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