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A loan word portal born of great patience

in Health & Science/Life, Culture & Sports

After eight years of painstaking work, Uriel Adiv has published an online dictionary for German loan words in Hebrew. A “very good, wonderful thing” is known in Hebrew as a “Goldstik”. For those with a knowledge of German it is immediately obvious the word is based on the German “Goldstück” (treasure). It is just one…

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Sara von Schwarze: Between Two Worlds

in Life, Culture & Sports/Monthly Report

The apartment in downtown Tel Aviv could feature in any architecture magazine as the quintessential artist’s digs. Two cats doze picturesquely amid piles of photographs, books, scripts. At the big round table sits Sara von Schwarze against a backdrop of trees swaying in the wind visible out the window behind her. The actress is very…

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Economic ties: ‘Made in Germany‘ in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

“In the beginning there was light,” says Doron Arazi with a wry grin. The historian researched the history of German products in Israel. And came across one of the earliest newspaper ads for the Munich-based lighting firm Osram – in the territory that then fell under the British Mandate for Palestine. German-Israeli relations have undergone…

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Israeli torch for Maccabi Games

in Life, Culture & Sports/Monthly Report

Israel’s most famous motorcyclist brought the torch for the “Jewish Olympics” to Berlin from Tel Aviv. The flame is burning calmly, the box is secure. Elen Katz can’t take any chances – it is unthinkable what would happen if the airstream or rain were to put out the flame – the flame that was to…

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Dancing scholars of Tel Aviv & Freiburg

in Health & Science

The German-Israeli project “Störung” unites science and dance. The aim: further research into Parkinson’s disease.

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