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Join Rabbi Mordechai Weiss as he tours the Tomb of Rachel in Bethlahem, and discover its history and significance.

The Tomb of Rachel

The Tomb of Rachel

Sacred Sightseeing: Kever Rachel

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The Tomb of Rachel: Sacred Sightseeing: Kever Rachel

Join Rabbi Mordechai Weiss as he tours the Tomb of Rachel in Bethlahem, and discover its history and significance.
Rachel's Tomb, Israel
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Samantha Leon Dumfries July 15, 2015

When I go to Israel, Kever Rochel is one of the first places I will daven at. Reply

Yochanan Tampa Fla. April 28, 2015

I visited kever Rachel in 2011 I must say I haven't been.the since leaving Yisrael. Reply

Waya Bridgeton April 24, 2015

Hello
Thank you for sending this to me.
I find it to be very pleasing and my heart is filled with peace to hear her story Reply

Anonymous April 16, 2015

And what about Leah? Reply

LP Jerusalem April 12, 2015

Kever Rachel- Easily accessible Beautiful video. I try to visit Kever Rachel weekly (BTW there are some women who travel their daily) Very accessible from Jerusalem - take the 163 Egged bus . There are numerous stops- choose the most convenient one -refer to Egged website for times and bus stops - it's the same fare as all local Egged Jerusalem buses. Reply