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Wed, 8.09. 2.00 p.m. Taschlich at the Isar

Fri, 09/10 no tefilla

Sch, 11.09. Shacherit Shabbat Shuwa

Wed, Sep 15 7.00 p.m. Erew Yom Kippur

Thursday, September 16 Yom Kippur

9.30 a.m. Children Tefilla

10.30 a.m. Shacharit

1 p.m. Mussaf

3.30 p.m. Schijur

5:15 p.m. Mincha

6:30 p.m. Jiskor

7:15 p.m. Ne’ila

8:13 p.m. Breaking the fast

Fri, 17.09. no tefilla

Sch, 18.09. no tefilla

Sun, 19.09. 10.00 a.m. Sukkah construction

Tue 21.09. 10:30 a.m. Shacharit at Sukkot

Fri, 09/24 7:15 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat

Sch 25.09. no tefilla

Sun, 09/26 2.00 p.m. Sing along in the sukkah

Mon, 09/27 6:00 p.m. Erew Simchat Torah

Tuesday, 09/28 9.00 a.m. Shacharit to Simchat Torah

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Event preview

Tuesday, October 5th, 2021, 7:00 p.m.
Ronen Steinke: Anti-Semitism in Language – Why it depends on the choice of words

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Location: Jewish Museum Munich

It all depends on the choice of words: Ronen Steinke’s pamphlet “Anti-Semitism in Language” shows how deeply discrimination has become part of the vocabulary. Even the word “Jew” is difficult to cross the lips of many to this day, that’s how much history has left its mark on the language. However, the synonyms “Semitic”, “Israelite” or “Mosaic” are not a good alternative. While the number of anti-Semitic crimes in Germany and Europe is rising again and the social discussion is becoming more explosive, Ronen Steinke is looking at our everyday language: What contribution do words make in the spread of anti-Semitism? This ranges from clear or subtle insults to the appropriation of Yiddish vocabulary to “Goysplaining”, know-it-all towards people of Jewish origin. Yiddish words like “Tacheles”, “Schlamassel” or “meschugge” are often used in German – and that’s okay in these cases, says Ronen Steinke. The author explains why it is different with “Mischpoke” or “Mauscheln” and why Germanized terms such as “Sabbath” should be taboo. Some things will surprise you: „Old Testament“ is not a neutral term for the Five Books of Moses. “Anti-Semitism” is a thoroughly ambivalent made-up word. And the „quirk“ also has Yiddish roots. Steinke sensitizes us to our language history so that non-discriminatory everyday communication is possible.
BR journalist Sammy Khamis conducts the interview. His work on right-wing extremist and Islamist phenomena, as well as German domestic and integration policy, continuously addresses the importance of word choice and language.
Ronen Steinke is one of the most prominent political journalists of the youngest generation and, among other things, domestic policy correspondent for the Süddeutsche Zeitung. He studied law in Hamburg and Tokyo. The award-winning film “The State against Fritz Bauer” was made based on his biography about Fritz Bauer. Most recently, his book “Terror against Jews: How anti-Semitic violence grows and the state fails” was published.

Organizer: Jewish Community Munich Beth Shalom in cooperation with: Chaverim – Circle of Friends for the Support of Liberal Judaism in Munich, the Society for Christian-Jewish Cooperation Munich – Regensburg, the Department of Dialogue of Religions in the Archbishop’s Office in Munich, the Jewish Museum Munich, # 2021JLID

Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 7:00 p.m.
Seeker’s passions

Staged lecture “Paul Celan” with C. Bernd Sucher and Ingrid Resch on the occasion of Paul Celan’s birthday

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Location: Jewish Museum Munich