For decades after the Holocaust, many Jews refused to visit Germany. Some still do.
But now it has become common to hear Hebrew spoken in the bakeries and bars of Berlin.
At least 10,000 Israelis are estimated to have moved to the German capital in the past decade, according to Tal Alon, the Berlin-based editor of the Hebrew-language magazine Spitz. (The Israeli Embassy in Germany said it had no official statistic.)