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Purim traditions in modern Hebron

20.3.19, 01:41

The Purim parade, costumes and the megillah are all part of the rich history of the Jewish holiday in the city of the founding fathers and mothers.

Hebron Spokesman Describes Failed Attempts to Talk with TIPH

30.1.19, 22:12

How would you feel if strangers who didn’t speak your language, followed your children around, filming them everywhere they went?

De-TIPHing Hebron - A historical Overview of Foreign Observers

22.7.18, 11:43

David Wilder argues that the Temporary International Presence in Hebron has always been biased against Jews.

Bringing the dead back to life

30.3.18, 16:13

Who ever thought Jews could ever, possibly return, to Hebron, to the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs?

We Have Come Home! Jerusalem/Hebron Day 2017

24.5.17, 21:21

Today's Daf Yomi just happens to have Jerusalem and Hebron back-to-back, just like 50 years ago.

Twenty Years Later – We Overcame, We Persevered

17.1.17, 12:11

Remembering the Hebron Accords of 1997 and the murder of Rabbi Shlomo Raanan.

Amona

19.12.16, 14:01

Comparing the deal to relocate Amona with a similar dilemma in Hebron's Avraham Avinu neighborhood.

Chayei Sarah - Sarah's Life - Life After Death

25.11.16, 08:17

History ties together in this inspiring Hebron story written Erev Shabbat Chayei Sarah 5777 - 2016

We will win but how long will it take?

3.7.16, 13:17

We cannot be a free people in our land if we allow terror to determine how we live. This, as far as I'm concerned, is 'reality.' Whereby we determine how we live.

An End to Chaos

1.7.16, 11:40

In memory of 13-year-old Hallel Yaffa Ariel.