In these five flourishing Jewish communities, no one is in any rush to immigrate to Israel
In Italian Merano inter-marriage isn't an issue, in Dresden no one cares about racism as long as they're not its target, and in Taipei kashrut is the biggest concern. The one thing they all have in common? Immigration to Israel isn't on their agenda.
By Limor Shmuel Friedman, Dana Regev, Eli Finarov, David Stavrou Kay, Ron Reitan