In 2008, the dwindling Jewish community of Dothan, Alabama, launched a $1 million relocation program to attract members. Eight families have made the jump. The question is, will they stay?
For decades, Bedouin tribes like those living in Wadi al-Naam and similar settlements all over southern Israel have waged a battle with the Israeli government over land rights.
I have an Orthodox Jewish friend here in New York who is always yapping about Dallas (not the television show).
One Jewish author discovered a great-uncle’s link to the trail of tears, the 19th century forced relocation of native Americans.