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 wherever you are in the city, you can always find someone interesting to speak with. Somewhere in the vicinity of … Read more
45,000+ people spent Shabbat in Hebron for Chayei Sarah The Hebron Fund hosted an unforgettable VIP experience A record breaking 45-50,000 people from Israel and all over the world joined the Jewish Community of Hebron for Shabbat Chayei Sarah last weekend. As the weekly Torah portion of Chayei Sarah is read, history is relived in … Read more
In this video, the Cave of the Patriarchs is full of Jewish worshippers partaking in the ‘selichot’ services prior to Yom Kippur. ‘Selichot’ are communal prayers for Divine forgiveness said prior to the High Holidays. Jews have been praying at this holy site for over 3,000 years. You can hear and feel the energy in … Read more
The shofar is sounded loudly and proudly from the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron during Yom Haatzmaut prayer services. Upon the completion of the sounding of the shofar, the worshippers sing ‘L’Shana Haba B’Yerushalayim’- a song expressing the communal Jewish yearning for the final redemption and the building of the third temple in Jerusalem.
At the Israeli Knesset in 2018, Mike Pence speaks about the significance of Hebron to the Jewish People. U.S Ambassador Nikki Haley states that “Among many other ridiculous things, UNESCO has the outrageous distinction of attempting to change ancient history…UNESCO recently declared one of Judaism’s holiest sites, the Tomb of the Patriarchs, as a Palestinian … Read more