From BBC News:
History is being made in Germany with the ordination of the first female rabbi since World War II. Alina Treiger came to Germany from Ukraine, as the BBC's Stephen Evans reports from Berlin.
Why would a Jew migrate to Germany? You would think the ghosts would be too powerful.
Not so, according to those who have made the trip and those who welcomed them.
They are migrating for the main reasons that people in peaceful times pack their bags and seek a new start in a new country: money and work.
And that means work for those who serve them when they arrive - like rabbis, the demand for whom has expanded with the increase in Germany's Jewish communities.
It has led to a bit of history: the ordination of the first female rabbi in Germany since the Nazis killed the previous one in the Holocaust.