Welcome to Kfar Kama


At least half a million Circassians found refuge in the Ottoman Empire. In 1876 some of them settled in Kfar Kama, one of only two Circassian villages in Israel (the other is Reyhaniye). The Circassians have always enjoyed good relations with their Jewish neighbours, and all Circassian men – long famed as fierce warriors – are drafted into the Israel Defence Forces (IDF). Signs around the spotless, well-off town are in Hebrew, Circassian (spoken at home and taught in school) and Arabic.


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