foxnews.com DOTHAN, Ala. – Five years ago, a Jewish businessman who was worried that his synagogue was dying put up $1 million to fund a program to recruit fellow Jews to move to a corner of the Deep South best known for peanuts. Alabama might not be the promised land, but the plan worked. The red-brick synagogue now has religion classes full of children, and there's a temple bowling team starting. Six new Jewish families with 18 people who used to live in New York, Florida and other states call Dothan their home. Their arrival helped to double the size of worship services, and more families are applying for the assistance. to read more click here: foxnews.com
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