US Congressman supportive of Israel and Hebron Mourned

Rep. Alcee Hastings defended Hebron after a biased UNESCO vote. The Jewish community of Hebron mourned long-time US Representative Alcee Hastings who passed away at the age of 84. Rep. Hastings wrote a resolution in 2017 supporting the Jewish connection to Hebron. H.Res.433 disapproved of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Committee … Read more

In Memory of Saba Max, by David Wilder

Thousands visit Cave of the Patriarchs for Chayei Sarah

October 12, 1924-January 8,2020 If anyone thought otherwise, Hebron is a very special place. One of the elements that creates such a distinct atmosphere, is, of course the people. There’s such a wide-ranging population that wherever you are in the city, you can always find someone interesting to speak with. Somewhere in the vicinity of … Read more

Hebron: Biblical City, Modern Significance – Hebron Community – Mike Pence-Nikki Haley

At the Israeli Knesset in 2018, Mike Pence speaks about the significance of Hebron to the Jewish People. U.S Ambassador Nikki Haley states that “Among many other ridiculous things, UNESCO has the outrageous distinction of attempting to change ancient history…UNESCO recently declared one of Judaism’s holiest sites, the Tomb of the Patriarchs, as a Palestinian … Read more

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