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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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Events

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 as many restrictions are being lifted:  Ma’arat Hamachpela has been REOPENED! The Ma’arah will be open to 50 people at

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Thousands visit Cave of the Patriarchs for Chayei Sarah
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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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Calendar Cover 2019 2020
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Calendar Sneak Peek

Take a sneak peek at the NEW 16 month Hebron Fund Calendar for 2019/2020 Click here to donate to the Hebron Fund High Holiday Campaign and receive both an electronic version and printed copy of

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