Berlin is cold and dark... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Itzik
    • 08.10.13 | 12:27 (IDT)

    It's true. There are no people in Berlin, which could comfort you in those hard times - autumn, winter, spring and summer - there is no art, no pleasure, nothing. There is no freedom, no security, no intellectual input, no intercultural exchange. There is no square-meter in Berlin without extremist Muslims, Neonazis, leftist Israel-haters and hypocritical Philosemites. And there is no chance to ever learn this nasty language. In short, Berlin sucks. Just ask around: the tens of thousands of Israelis there will candidly confirm...

    from the article: It's old and cold and settled in its ways: Why Tel Aviv trumps Berlin
    First published 22:00 07.10.13 | Last updated 22:00 07.10.13
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