The Arab villages that were: a new Israeli guidebook
A new volume in Hebrew and Arabic retraces a past that many prefer to forget.
A round white dome stands in the middle of the vacation village at Dor Beach, near Caesarea. I've visited this place dozens of times but never noticed the sheikh's tomb on the well-tended lawn. Nor did I remember the large stone building right on the shoreline, a few dozen meters from the water, opposite the bobbing fishing boats.