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 and 7th Step will be open a few times a day for prayer (in groups up to 10 people/separated by 2-meter social … Read more

Calendar Sneak Peek

Calendar Cover 2019 2020

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 the 2019/2020 / 5780 Hebron Fund Calendar​  *View the complete Hebron Fund Calendar here* Wishing you and your family a … Read more

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