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Divided West Bank city. One of the four holiest citys in judaisem, home to 250,000 Palastenians and 100,000 Jewish settelers.
The sixth century building which marks the site where Jesus was born in Bethlehem has recently undergone a major renovation project.
“Each year, since the entry of Palestine into UNESCO in 2011, Jewish heritage has been trampled and stolen to validate a Palestinian narrative."
The 22-year-old woman who was arrested was carrying a knife and a Quran. She was disarmed without shots being fired.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
An excavated synagogue with a beautiful mosaic will help you step back in time and feel like you are walking through the alleys and caves of that ancient Jewish settlement.
By ITSIK MAROM
“We drank [Turkish] coffee together. We all love the same coffee...I think we have arrived at the days of the Messiah.”
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The left-wing Israeli group Breaking the Silence has offered Eurovision visitors a tour of “occupied Hebron.”
“We’ve been waiting over 15 years for this road,” YESHA chief security officer Shlomo Vaknin said.
Hebron’s Jewish community, which numbers less than 1,000 people, estimated that some 35,000 people visited the Jewish areas of the city, including the Tomb of the Patriarchs.
Twenty-five years later, it is the sounds and sights of that Purim holiday, not the somber silent memory of a massacre, that fills the streets around the Tomb of the Patriarchs.
A wicked adviser to the king, a miraculous escape from disaster: These familiar Purim themes led Jews throughout history to institute mini-Purim holidays to commemorate their own Purim miracles.
By BEN BRESKY
The Palestinian drew the knife as the police seized and brought to her arrest.
By ALON EINHORN
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