Despite rising anti-Semitism, Jews thrive in central Europe
Cafe Elfenbein ("Cafe Ivory") in Berlin, which opened last year, is certified to be Kosher and serves foods like bagels and rugelach. Photo by Harald Franzen, courtesy of USA Today
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BERLING — A trend obscured by rising anti-Semitism and terror attacks in France and Denmark that have alienated Jews: In central and Eastern Europe, Jewish life is thriving.