Holylandings The 'Most Modern School in Germany' Helps Kids Feel Comfortable About Being Jewish

This week at the Tel Aviv airport: Educators from Dusseldorf say their Jewish school doesn't isolate Jewish kids; a social worker explains his work: 'When someone paints on the wall with feces, you say it’s a Picasso'

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Pavle Madzirov, 39; Michael Bock, 69; and Dvora Lubinski, 63; from Dusseldorf; Pavle and Michael are arriving from Düsseldorf