Hebron – The Jewish Heritage Project

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The Biblical city of Hebron is alive and flourishing with life.

Walking through the streets of Hebron, you will encounter IDF soldiers, tourists from around the world, and of course, the residents of Hebron!

There has been an almost continuous Jewish presence in Hebron from the times of the Bible, interrupted only by war and foreign conquest. In 1967, the city was finally returned to the People of Israel!

Some of the must-see attractions in Hebron include the Cave of the Patriarchs, the ancient and beautifully restored Avraham Avinu Synagogue, and the tombs of Ruth and Jesse, the father of King David.

This video presents the beautiful juxtaposition that Hebron is. An ancient and Biblical city yet home to the Children of Israel running through its streets and playing in its playgrounds.

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