Katie Hopkins in Israel: Why Jewish youth flock to Hebron from around the world

Kate Hopkins in Israel

Jews have been living in Hebron for 3,800 years and view themselves of the “knights of the Cave of the Patriarchs.” Yishai Fleisher, the Hebron Jewish community Spokesperson, states that the Jews are indigenous to Hebron.   The word Hebron comes from the Hebrew word for friend or beloved connection. Hebron is an enduring symbol … Read more

Hebron: Biblical City, Modern Significance – Hebron Community – Mike Pence-Nikki Haley

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

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