Fenneny, the developer behind the popular Jerusalem-based We Are Fennen website, is working on a new website.
The project, which is named We Are The Fennenes, is a collaboration between Fenneni, a German-language news website that has more than 700,000 followers, and Israeli-based site News24, which has more of a following in the Middle East.
We Are the Fennens website, which was launched last year, features news and stories from around the world, and includes an interactive map with links to news sites.
It’s a project that was created to honor Holocaust victims and commemorate the memory of the millions of Jews who died during the Nazi occupation of Europe.
We are working with News24 to create an interactive version of the We Are We Are website, as well as a dedicated webpage for the event in Berlin on August 25, which Fennies sister, Yvonne, has also created.
The website was originally launched to promote the WeAre Fennene campaign.
The first edition of the website was hosted on Fenni’s personal computer, and was then moved to a new server that Fennie rented out for his family.
He was the only one to host the website during the occupation, and his sister, who had been working in Germany, was able to host it on her own.
Fenney’s sister is also the director of the Berlin Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the site of the Jewish Museum of Berlin.
“My sister has always been a kind person and a generous person,” Fenny said.
“She is a really nice person and I was grateful for her helping me in the past.”
When Fennys sister, as an artist, took over the reins of the site, Fennes sister asked him to create new content to promote We Are.
The content was created with his sister’s expertise, and included a number of links to Jewish and non-Jewish websites, such as the Jerusalem Post, and news articles.
“It was quite easy to create something like that, because we share the same values, but with different subjects and different ideas,” Fyns father said.
We Have The Fennes website features a map with its news sites and events, which shows where the site will be held in the coming weeks.
Fynsy says he’s already received more than 1,000 requests for information from people interested in the We Is the Fennes campaign.
“I think we will reach 50,000 people by the end of the month,” Fermeny said.
He said he wants to use the We Will The Feren website to promote Fenness campaign.
Fannies sister said that the website will focus on the events in Berlin, but he said it will also be used to highlight other Holocaust-related events in the country.
“The idea of We Are is to show people that we exist, that we are alive and that we do exist, but that we’re still in the dark,” Ferny said, adding that he hopes that people will use the site to make a contribution to the cause of reconciliation.