Who would ever have imagined that “Kippa Marches” would ever be a thing? And in Germany, yet?
But a thing it was, when, in the wake of a German Jewish communal leader’s suggestion–born of the most recent attack on a skullcap-wearing man (a non-Jewish Arab, as it happened; strange days indeed)–that German Jews forgo such head-coverings, Jews and non-Jews staged kippa-wearing solidarity marches in several German cities.
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