Dani Kranz works as an anthropologist at Ben-Gurion University and is director of Two Foxes Consulting, Germany and Israel. Her current work focuses on Jewish life and the fight against anti-Semitism as a consultant to the High Commissioner of the German government.
Israelis in Germany tend to be from the center of the country and highly educated, more
than 80% were born after 1974, the vast majority self-identify as Ashkenazim, are
secular, politically left-leaning or moderate and Israeliness dominates over Jewishness.