Kiryati was then a boy of eight. He and his 18-year-old uncle Moshe Capilouto were in their grandparents’ home as Arabs made their way through the Hebron streets calling for Jews to be slaughtered.
The group smeared a Ramadan meal between Jews and Muslims in Hebron, omitting key facts while speaking to an audience already unsympathetic to Israel.
The 22-year-old woman who was arrested was carrying a knife and a Quran. She was disarmed without shots being fired.
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.
Organizers said they were protesting against Trump because he did not see Palestinians as equals.
So as we enjoy our delicious fruits this Tu Bishvat, let us not only give thanks for the delicious vegetation of the Land of Israel.
Shimon Dotan’s ‘The Settlers’ examines the origins of the settlement movement and the religious and ideological visions that inspire it.
The Hebron region has recently witnessed an uptick in Palestinian terrorist attacks. In the past 10 months 13 residents of Sa’ir have died while either attacking IDF soldiers or clashing with them.
Baruch Goldstein, the Brooklyn-born Orthodox Jew who took up residence in the settlement of Kiryat Arba, slaughtered 29 Palestinians and wounded 125 more in the attack.
Le calme est toujours précaire à Hébron. Ces derniers jours, les attentats s’enchaînent et réveillent le spectre du terrible pogrome