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Karl Pfeifer (born 1928 in Baden bei Wien) and his parents fled Austria in 1938 to Hungary. In January 1943 he successfully escaped as one of 50 children after an adventurous way to Palestine, lived in a kibbutz, served from 1946 in the elite troop Palmach and in the Israeli army until 1950. In 1951 he returned to Austria. From 1982 to 1995 he was editor of the "Gemeinde", the official organ of the Jewish community Vienna and from 1990 until 2005 freelance contributor to Kol Israel Reshet Bet.

ARTICLES BY: Karl Pfeifer

November 8, 2018 8:23 am

Hungary: Zero Tolerance for Antisemitism?

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán repeatedly declares that in Hungary, there is zero tolerance for antisemitism. But recent opinion research among Jews in Hungary shows that...


Holocaust Survivors Meet With British Cricketer After Row Over Antisemitic Comments

Two Holocaust survivors met with a British former cricket player on Thursday to...

New Exhibit on History of Jewish Communities in Arab World Opens in France

An exhibition opened to the public on Wednesday at France's Institut Du Monde...

National Library of Israel Series Unearths Rare Hanukkah Artifacts in Eight Languages

To mark the eight days of Hanukkah, the National Library of Israel has...


Turkey, UAE Sign Investment Accords Worth Billions of Dollars

Turkey and the United Arab Emirates signed accords for billions of dollars of investments on Wednesday, including in technology and energy, after talks between President Tayyip Erdogan and Abu Dhabi...


HomeBiogas Is Powering Homes With Recycled Natural Gas

CTech - The climate crisis has become a first-rate concern as of late, and companies are looking to find innovative solutions in several areas, especially in alternative energy. HomeBiogas does...

Middle East

Jordanians Protest Against Water-for-Energy Deal with Israel

Several thousand Jordanians protested on Friday against a water-for-energy deal with Israel and the United Arab Emirates, calling on their government to scrap its peace agreement with Israel and saying...

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