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from Berlin comes the proposal of a common alignment of the Olympic Summer Games 2036 with Tel Aviv.
for the 2036 Olympic Games would be desirable joint orientation by the cities of Berlin and Tel Aviv.
This opinion represented Richard Meng, President of the German Olympic Society Berlin, and Frank Kowalski, Managing Director and Organizational Chief of Athletics EM Berlin 2018, in a guest contribution for the Berliner Morgenpost .
Olympia 2036 is "after the Nazi Games of 1936 a difficult date for Germany and Berlin", but: "Is the date alone a reason to give renunciation?" You can also see that vice versa: just 2036 could show you what has changed and still has to change.
One could set a strong signal of peace and reconciliation with Berlin and Tel Aviv, write Meng and Kowalski.
A signal that does not displace the historical load, but the resulting responsibility: "Such a signal would be if Germany and Israel apply together."
A joint application of the two cities is a highly sympathetic vision and a huge task at the same time:
"It's worth thinking about it." Especially Berlin and Tel Aviv, "two liberal and vibrant metropolises, could be together for another spirit, for perspective beyond the present".
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