Jewish Identity Politics in Germany
Armin Langer /Germany
In no other city, outside of Israel, is the population of Jews growing to that extent as in Berlin. An extremely diverse community: Israelis, American and Russian-speaking Jews, German converts. But in its diversity, it‘s also a very divided community.
Armin Langer has a BA in Philosophy, a BA and a MA in Jewish Theology. He studied at the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem and at the Abraham Geiger College in Berlin. Langer is since 2013 coordinator of the Jewish-Muslim group “Salaam-Shalom”. He has been working as a freelance author, his first book is "Ein Jude in Neukölln".
Armin was a monthly contributor to the Jewish European Magazine. His personal website: www.arminlanger.net