BBZ in Dormagen takes a stand against anti-Semitism

March 24, 2022 at 4:50 am Education in Dormagen : BBZ takes a stand against anti-Semitism Popular comedian: Benaissa Lamroubal, here at a performance in Neuss in summer 2021, takes part in a BBZ workshop. Photo: Christoph Krey Dormagen A whole series of activities and events are planned for this purpose. The students have celebrity … Read more

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“Abominable attack”: Auschwitz memorial smeared with anti-Semitism

Wednesday, October 06, 2021 “Hideous attack” Auschwitz memorial smeared anti-Semitic Unidentified people have stained several barracks at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi memorial with anti-Semitic slogans. The memorial speaks of a “hideous attack” and a “painful blow” against all of the victims. The police are graphically examining the graffiti. Several historical buildings of the Nazi memorial site … Read more

7 things you want to know about Wagner | Culture | DW

1. First the text, then the music Richard Wagner, born on May 22nd, 1813 in Leipzig, was convinced early on that he was a genius. As a schoolboy he wrote his first dramatic works. He later wrote the libretti himself for his operas, which was unusual at that time. Text and music should form a … Read more

“Protocols of the Elders of Zion”: Bad forgery with consequences

Dhe probably the most momentous forgery in world history comprises between 47 and 78 pages, depending on the language and sentence. The first Russian version contains around 18,000 words, the most common German version around 24,000. A rather short text – but one that cost the lives of millions of people. Because without the “Protocols … Read more

“Protocols of the Elders of Zion”: Bad forgery with consequences

Dhe probably the most momentous forgery in world history comprises between 47 and 78 pages, depending on the language and sentence. The first Russian version contains around 18,000 words, the most common German version around 24,000. A rather short text – but one that cost the lives of millions of people. Because without the “Protocols … Read more

Latest Gaza conflict fuels anti-Semitism, Islamophobia across U.S., Europe

The recent escalation in violence between the Israeli military and Hamas in Gaza has had a ripple effect around the world, with reports of several incidents fueled by anti-Semitism and Islamophobia. Driving the news: Israel and Hamas approved a ceasefire that went into effect at 2 a.m. local time on Friday. But fears remain that … Read more

Hans-Georg Maaßen: Like Steve Bannon from Thuringia – culture

Of Jörg Häntzschel Hans-Georg Maaßen seems to be on the way to the center, at least if you look at the attitude of the party leadership towards him: three years ago Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer wanted to expel him from the CDU. You see “no attitude” at Maassen, said the party chairman at the time, “which still … Read more

New spelling board: W as in Wilhelm, Wiesbaden or what? – Culture

North Pole sounds unsuspicious, but for Blume it is an example of how anti-Semitism works. “There are so many areas that were poisoned by the Nazis. They are becoming traditions that no one thinks about anymore.” The North Pole, for example, is the place “from which, according to the alternative historiography of the Nazis, the … Read more

Debate about BDS – freedom of expression with double standards

The declaration “GG 5.3 Open-mindedness” has meanwhile triggered a storm in the German cultural landscape. What happened? The directors of highly subsidized cultural institutions complain that their freedom of expression is restricted by a Bundestag resolution. This resolution, which is worth reading, lists objectively that anti-Semitic organizations such as the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) should … Read more