The small village of Peki’in, now mostly populated by Druze, contains one of the most sacred places for Jews and followers of Jewish mysticism, or Kabbalah.
Peki’in and Jerusalem are the only two places in Israel where Jews have been living, uninterrupted, since the Temple’s destruction. By: Rabbi Ari Enkin, Rabbinic Director, United with Israel In my last article on the festival of Lag Ba’omer, I mentioned Peki’in, a primarily Druze town in northern Israel that has a significant, albeit neglected,… Read more »
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