South Central, USA
A congregant who is a librarian has discovered that a big open field that is part of the library complex, which is often used for activities, was actually a Jewish cemetery until the mid-19th century, and there is no evidence of the bones there being disinterred or moved. He’s wondering if there are issues for him running activities/programs on that field (he’s not a kohen). Thanks!
This is a very complex question. Here are some of the relevant issues:
1. How does he know it was a Jewish cemetery? The field has a chezkat taharah, and […]