followed Haredi singles, their families, and of course their matchmaker Jaffa Parnes, for two years, as they went through the trials, tribulations, hopes and joys of finding their bashert.It was the first time a television series opened a window onto the ultra-Orthodox world of matchmaking.Although I really appreciate the opportunity to see those, it seems to me to go against Wikipedia rules of licensing photos...
This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Judaism, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Judaism-related articles on Wikipedia.If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.As for the Tajiks more specifically, please read this:"The Tajiks were Persian-speaking Turks who had migrated from Turkish homelands.Their contribution to the building of the early Muslim state at Delhi was very substantial, and not only did they monopolize the higher posts in the Delhi secretariat, but also they dominated the literary and intellectual life." i've done a good bit of research on central asia. mostly, i've listened to some bukharan jewish music over the internet. Gringo300 , 6 November 2005 (UTC) Could it be that Jewish migration was caused by an opportunity of better living standards rather than (or as well as-?According to the director, Ronnie Kay, three of the couples she filmed went on to get married, but she herself (a secular Jew) remains single.
The show is not currently airing, but there is a documentary film in the works.
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In fact, I rather suspect that the reason nothing was said about the edit or the comment here at the time, was because the article actually reads better with that edit, despite the obnoxious rationale posted here on the talkpage. It was just a passing challenge of his assumption that "return" cannot possibly apply Bukharan Jews and which I stated here, in the talk page.
And as for my belief that they cluster with their neighbors, take a look at
This part of the article sounds biased, anti-Uzbek and anti-Islamic.