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Festive holiday meals, lulav-and-etrog sets, a mobile sukkah and Jews from around the world
When the Cohen family of Hebron sat down for dinner on the first night of Sukkot, they were joined by dozens of friends—all members of the Israel Defense Forces who were stationed nearby. “It is really special for us to sit with them in the sukkah and mak...
With tefillin, sacred texts and Shabbat meals, emissaries soldier on despite daily attacks
KIRYAT ARBA, ISRAEL—What does it take to thrive, working day in and day out in this town on the outskirts of the biblical city of Hebron, close to the Cave of the Patriarchs, amid daily and sometimes deadly terror attacks? For Rabbi Yosef (“Yossi”) and Mi...
Soft-spoken gardener succumbs to wounds three weeks after attack
JERUSALEM—Gennady Kaufman, a soft-spoken gardener at Me’arat Hamachpelah (the Cave of the Patriarchs) died today and was laid to rest in the ancient Jewish cemetery in Hebron, three weeks after being stabbed in the heart by a terrorist just outside the ho...
Love In The Strangest Places
As the settlers kept pressing forward, a policeman would sometimes lose control of himself and start hitting someone particularly hard and begin yelling at him. Person after person was either arrested or beaten...
Chapter Fifteen
Kabbalah identifies the mystical powers of specific locations in Israel.
As recorded in the Bible, Abraham the Hebrew was guided by G‑d to the Holy Land, where he was chosen to be the progenitor of the Jewish nation. Together with his wife, Sarah, he taught people about the existence of a G‑d who is one and cannot be seen. His...
The Jewish communities of Los Angeles and Rome reached out to the residents and soldiers around the holy Israeli city of Hebron, sending special Purim care packages and some 130 basketballs for local children. Representatives of Chabad-Lubavitch of Hebron...
Despite the fact that every single move a settler makes is recorded and watched, they feel unheard. Even though they live in the Holy Land, they feel hated by their own people... They feel alone...
Chana Miriam's husband was Caleb son of Yefuneh of the tribe of Judah. Talmud Sotah 12a. Caleb was one of the twelve spies sent to reconnoiter the Land of Canaan, in preparation for the Israelites' impending invasion of Israel. He and Joshua were the only...
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