The Reisheet Hochma and the Kabbalah Movement of Hebron

9.5.17, 14:35

One of Kabbalah's most well-known works was written in Hebron.

Rabbi Shlomo Adani - 17th Century Scholar of Hebron

7.5.17, 19:06

Melechet Shlomo, written in Hebron, is considered one the greatest commentators on the Mishnah.

Rabbi Goren in His Own Words: How I Liberated Hebron

27.4.17, 15:14

Newly translated autobiography details the dramatic day during the Six Day War.

Great-Grandson of Lubavitcher Rebbe on Life in Ottoman Hebron

4.4.17, 20:21

"Why do the Jews continue to live in such a place? Because they love it and can not depart from the spot where their forefathers rest."

"Palestinian Geographer" Describes Jewish Life in Ottoman Hebron

4.4.17, 17:27

Rabbi Joseph Schwarz, the foremost authority on the Land of Israel, described the 1834 Hebron massacre.

Rabbi Shimon Abayov and the Kabbalah Movement of Hebron

31.3.17, 00:13

The 1730s marked a surge of interest in Jewish mysticism with Hebron being a destination.

An American Abolitionist in 1830s Hebron

30.3.17, 23:26

"Hebron is esteemed by the Jews as a sacred city; and they think it a great privileged to live here," J. D. Paxon, 1839.

Christian Visitor Banned from Machpela in 1830s Hebron

30.3.17, 21:46

"I shall never forget the kindness with which, as a stranger and Christian, I was received by the Jews in the capital of their ancient kingdom," JL Stephens, 1837.

From Poland to Hebron - Rabbi Immigrates to Israel in the 1730s

30.3.17, 17:00

Rabbi Eliyahu Ben Shmuel of Lublin braved a storm at sea to live in the city of the founding fathers and mothers.

Rabbi Abraham ben Levi Conque, Kabbalist of Hebron

26.3.17, 17:00

Jewish life was exciting and tumultuous in 17th century Hebron.