History of Hebron

Hebron Quarantine in the 1840s

All visitors confined to quarantine in Hebron due to plague outbreak in Egypt. In the mid 1840s, a quarantine center was created in Hebron during the plague outbreak originating in Egypt and affecting other Mediterranean

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Send Your Prayers to Ma’arat HaMachpela

Ma’arat HaMachpela Administration (official statement): In light of the guidelines from The Ministry of Health and Security Authorities, Ma’arat Hamachpela has been completely CLOSED until further notice per the Israel Police (Hebron Station). The Rochelle Berkowitz Plaza

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Thousands visit Cave of the Patriarchs for Chayei Sarah

In Memory of Saba Max, by David Wilder

October 12, 1924-January 8,2020 If anyone thought otherwise, Hebron is a very special place. One of the elements that creates such a distinct atmosphere, is, of course the people. There’s such a wide-ranging population that

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