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Jewish Groups in Berlin

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Konfrontation mit der Schoah
2nd Generation: Konfrontation mit der Schoah

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Kesher - Israelis in Berlin

Tel: 030/ 832 64 50

The number of Israelis living in Berlin is steadily increasing. Kesher holds regular meetings in Hebrew about culture, Israel and other topics of common interest.


Meshulash was founded after the pogrom against aliens in Rostock in 1991. Jews and non-Jews from different countries, all living in Berlin, hold activities around cultural and political issues, hold demonstrations and have organized an exhibition: "Jewish Life in Berlin: Traditions and Visions" containing interviews, paintings, photos, installations, sound clips... This exhibition which was presented during the 1998 Days of Jewish Culture and had an enormous media echo.

Organization of Jewish Doctors and Psychologists in Berlin

(Organisation der jüdischen Ärzte und Psychologen in Berlin)

Since a conference entitled "Medicine and Halacha", doctors, psychologists, pharmacists and psychotherapists meet once a month – mostly on the second Thursday of the month – to attend lectures, discussions and seminars relevant to their professional field.

"Psychoanalysis and Judaism", "Dying and decease in Judaism", "Changes in the Health Care System", "Consequences of the Shoa on the Second Generation", "Jewish concepts of sickness and healing", were but a few of the organised lectures. A special emphasis is also placed on training regarding sicknesses, to which Jewish populations show a higher density of affliction. Such sicknesses are for instance hereditary diseases like the rare Morbus Gaucher, or the much more common breast cancer.

Since a high percentage of the now more than 200 members of the "Organisation of Jewish Doctors and Psychologists" originated from the former Soviet Union, the organisation has recognized the necessity to help their members and colleagues to integrate into their new professional community. Thus a new service of consultation has been established within the organisation.

Since there are also existing groups of Jewish doctors and psychologists within other German provinces, such as Bavaria, Rheinland-Pfalz, Hessen and Baden-Wuerttenberg, new regional divisions and a national framework for Jewish doctors and psychologists will be established.

Contacts are already existing to the Israeli Medical Association.
In the year 2002 a project was undertaken to research the role played by the professional organisation of doctors during Nazi times showing how they supported actively the discrimination and exlusion process of their Jewish collegues. The results of the findings were presented in a public hearing. In 1933 50 percent of Berlin’s medical specialists were Jewish.


Yachad, a group for gay, lesbian, transsexual and bisexual Jews, was founded in Cologne in 1995. Today they have groups in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Franconia (North Bavarian Region) and the Rhine area.

Apart from strengthening their homosexual and Jewish identity, they have formed their own lobbies and are politically active and celebrate the Jewish holidays. In 1997 Berlin had a big exhibition about history of homosexual discrimination and 100 years of the science of sexuality. Yachad contributed to a conference about "sexuality - religion and spirituality", which was part of that exhibition project.

Yachad During the last two years they have participated in the Christopher Street Day Parade in June.


c / o Mann-o-Meter, Motzstr. 5, tel: 216 33 36 (daily 6 pm to 9 pm) - Yachad

Pessach- Haggada für Yachad
Homosexualität und Judentum

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