It’s no longer controversial news for Tel Aviv-based actors to visit Hebron. Habima, the national theater company of Israel headquartered in Tel Aviv, returned to Kiryat Arba, Hebron’s sister community, for a sold-out performance of
On October 16, 2018, the national archaeological site, Tel Hebron was officially inaugurated. The opening remarks at this historic event were given by Hebron Spokesman, Yishai Fleisher: “We gathered today to inaugurate a new archaeological
Members of Knesset call for disabled access at Cave of the Patriarchs. Following a public outcry, the Knesset has scheduled a session on the issue of providing wheelchair accessibility to the Tomb of Machpela in
The Hall of Isaac will be open to the public on August 9, 2018 As we do every year, we are preparing for the “Hilulat HaAvot” which takes place on the eve of Rosh Chodesh
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