about these poor Jews who do not feel at home here and do not feel at home there. Germany did its utmost to ease their accommodation here. Perhaps it's about time for some soul-searching, and that the problem is with them, and cannot be always and comfortably attributed to others. And as to the stupid phrase of "not feeling German" - I have no idea how "feeling German" could be defined. I'd very much like to ask these persons what keeps them from "feeling Israeli".
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from the article: A community of German Jewish outsiders