In Israel, the henna ceremony is experiencing a comeback.
Erasing the last remnants of an ancient community.
From Sheba to Jerusalem.
The ethnic cleansing of a village founded by Yemenite Jews.
“We could not tell our guides or hosts that we were interested in meeting Jews, both for their safety and our own.”
But a different scandal was covered up.
Henna and elaborate headdresses.
Yet these countries may get them from their rightful owners.
A false messiah and an enduring legacy.
The first-ever photographs of an ancient community.
Eighty-seven were killed, with British collusion.
One of the oldest Jewish communities in the diaspora, having survived successive waves of persecution, mostly departed for Israel following its independence in 1948. But. . .