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Hezekiyah Neighborhood to be Rebuilt in Hebron

Hezekiyah Quarter

After nearly two decades, the Jewish Community of Hebron has finally obtained building permits. After nearly two decades, the Jewish Community of Hebron has finally obtained building permits to renew the historic Hezekiyah (Hezkiyahu) quarter. The Defense Ministry’s Civil Administration, which governs civilian life in Judea and Samaria, issued 31 building permits this week for … Read more

30,000 Visit Holy, Historic, Happening Hebron over Succot

Special Succot prayers in Isaac Hall of the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs

Despite early morning rain, tens of thousands flocked to Hebron for the concert. In an ironic twist, the same week that over 30,000 people visited Hebron, the city became a focal point of the United States leaving UNESCO. International media referenced Hebron as one of the points that finally pushed the Trump Administration to downgrade … Read more

New Archeology Discovered in Tel Hebron

Im Tirtzu college student organization pose on the steps of the Ma'arah HaMachepela (Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs)

Just in time for Parshat Chayei Sarah, archaeologists uncover ancient mikvah, Jewish house in Hebron.  (Photo: Veteran Jewish community leader joins group in Hebron.) The Tel Hebron (Tel Hevron) / Admot Yishai neighborhood continues to reveal a treasure trove of archaeological artifacts dating back thousands of years. The most recent excavations were once again conducted … Read more

10,000 Visit Hebron for Rosh Chodesh Elul

Isaac Hall is open and filled with worshippers during the special Rosh Chodesh Elul prayers

The Isaac & Rebecca Hall was open for the special first-of-the-month ceremonies. Thursday was the first day of September on the Gregorian calendar, the first day of school throughout Israel, and the first day of the month of Elul on the Hebrew calendar. Over 10,000 people visited Hebron on Thursday for the 1st of Elul. … Read more

30,000 Attend Hebron Passover Festival 2016, Celebrate 50th Anniversary

MK Ayelet Shaked speaks in front of the Tomb of the Patriarchs (Maarah Hamachpela) addressing the crowd at the 2016 Passover Music festival

A rocking concert, an impassioned speech in Arabic and memories of the first modern Passover in Hebron (Photo: Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked speaks in front of the Tomb of Machpela on Monday.) Approximately thirty thousand people participated in the annual Passover music festival in Hebron held in front of the Tomb of Machpela, burial site … Read more

Teaching Hebron’s Real Jewish History to Young Israelis

Im Tirtzu college student organization pose on the steps of the Ma'arah HaMachepela (Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs)

The Im Tirtzu movement works to strengthen and advance the values of Zionism in Israel. The Im Tirtzu college student organization has been organizing regular tours of Hebron and hoped to bring thousands. They aim to at strengthen the historical national connection to the city in a program “to connect more students to the history … Read more

Thousands of Israelis Visit Biblical City of Hebron Last Weekend to Honor Matriarch

Hebron Community on the steps of the Tomb of the Patriarchs

Continuing an annual tradition, thousands of Israelis spent the past week’s Sabbath of “Shabbat Chayei Sarah,” in the ancient Biblical city of Hebron. On “Shabbat Chayei Sarah,” the Jewish community across the world reads the portion of the Patriarch Abraham purchasing the Cave of Machpelah, located in Hebron, to bury his deceased wife Sarah. “I … Read more

Israeli President Rivlin visits Hebron

President Reuven Rivlin views an touching exhibit about Hebron's fallen heroes

For First Time in 17 Years, Israeli President Visits Hebron in Recognition of Jewish Roots There By Danielle Reisman The President of Israel, Reuven Rivlin, made hisfirst official appearancein the Biblical city of Hebron on Monday at the dedication ceremony of the Hebron Heritage Museum. President Rivlin’s visit was the first by an Israeli president … Read more

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