Jews in Germany Today

The land where Hitler once ruled has a burgeoning Jewish community.

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However, many Germans are striving to expand their national identity beyond ethnic boundaries. The process of European unification changes mindsets, too. Such developments in German society are likely to contribute, with time, to a Jewish sense of belonging. How fast and in what form this happens, remains to be seen.

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Wladimir Struminski is a journalist. He was born in Warsaw in 1954. In 1969 he moved to Germany and then to Israel in 1982. Since 1987 he has been the Israel correspondent for the leading German-Jewish newspaper Judische Allgemeine Wochenzeitung.