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Read the real history of Shuhada Street / King David Street, the Jewish community's main thoroughfare.
Hebron and its neighbors enjoy close relationships in the rolling southern hills.
These waters, which purified Adam & Eve, Abraham & Sarah, and most likely King David also, are a direct link from the beginning of time, through this very day.
Ancient walls hearken back to a time when Hebron and its outskirts were a major commercial center.
An ancient tree once attracted visitors from all over. Now it is one of four holy sites inaccessible to Israelis.
More than a restaurant, the Gutnick Center Events Hall is part of Hebron's history.
Joshua and Caleb were in the minority of the twelve scouts in encouraging the Jewish nation to return to the Land of Israel.
It was abandoned and bulldozed, but today the ancient Jewish cemetery receives regular visitors paying their respects to the sages.
H1 Hebron is a thriving economic base for the Palestinian Authority, in stark contrast to what is portrayed by many media outlets.
Tel Hebron is an ancient archaeological site and a residential neighborhood in city of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs.