What needs to be considered to show that under a grave marker lies a Jewish person?
We've discussed previously that halacha prohibits the burial of non-Jews in the same cemetery as Jews. But what about born-Jews who converted out? What about Jews who were simply atheists?
I am wondering if there was any particular reason that הַר הַזֵּיתִים was chosen to become a place of burial. Is there?
There is an (or more than one) organization whose job is to ensure that Jewish graves aren't desecrated when construction companies do digs. How do they know that there are graves there? ...