Ensuring a Jewish Presence in Hebron


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Calendar Sneak Peek

Take a sneak peek at the NEW 16 month Hebron Fund Calendar for 2020/2021 Click here to donate to the Hebron Fund High Holiday Campaign and receive both a full 16 month electronic version, and beautiful printed copy of the 2020/2021 / 5781 Hebron Fund Calendar​  Wishing you and your family a Healthy, Happy and … Read more

Hebron Named Top Must See Attraction in Israel

The Jerusalem Post places Hebron as #1 of the Top Ten Places to Visit in Israel! With Israeli tourism on the rise, compilations of best spots to visit are also. The Jerusalem Post features Hebron as #1 Must-See Attraction. To visit Hebron, sign up here for The Hebron Fund Tour and make some memories of … Read more

US Congressmen, Ambassador Visit Hebron

Rep. Andy Harris of Maryland and Rep. Andy Barr of Kentucky visited Hebron, as well as former ambassador Alan Keyes Two representatives from the United States congress visited Hebron to see the situation in Israel their own eyes. Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) and Rep.Andy Barr (R-KY) toured the city of the founding fathers and mothers … Read more

2019 Holiday schedule for Tomb of Machpela

The Hall of Isaac including the entrance to the Garden of Eden is open for Jews 10 times a year. The Tomb of Machpela is the 2,000-year-old structure that covers the underground cave of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs.  It contains both a synagogue area and a mosque area with each side being managed separately with separate … Read more

Habima Theater Troupe Visits Hebron After Performance

Habima Theater Troupe visits Hebron

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 Simanei Derech. Following the event, they traveled down the road to the adjacent city of Hebron to visit the Tomb … Read more

Moshe Arens Mourned as Supporter of Hebron

Former Defense Minister often spoke out for Hebron Jews. The Jewish community of Hebron mourns the loss of former Defense Minister Moshe Arens. Born in Lithuania, his family escaped World War II by immigrating to the United States where he joined the Betar movement and studied engineering in college. Arens made aliyah to Israel where … Read more

Opening Address At Tel Hebron Inauguration by Yishai Fleisher

Sign at Israeli archaeological site, Tel Hebron

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 park – new but also very old – here in Tel Hebron – the first Hebrew city. There is no … Read more

Will Tomb of Machpela finally be Wheelchair Accessible?

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 Hebron. Considered one of the oldest still-standing buildings being used for the same purpose for which it was constructed, the … Read more


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