French Jewish families make aliyah—to Samaria

צילום: טל שחר

Yael and Yohan wanted to stop being afraid of anti-Semitism, Sarah and Stphane were looking for a place where their kids could play outside, while Elodie decided to leave her successful chain of pubs behind; 12 families left the comforts of Paris to settle in trailer homes in Brukhin.

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