Kindergarten teacher Batsheva Nagari, a mother of three from Beit Hagai, was declared dead at the scene
Melacha, Hebrew for “work,” is central to a happy and meaningful life.
Every town and city in Israel is built atop thousands of years of Biblical history.
Three other people were wounded in the October 2022 attack; the terrorist, Hamas member Muhammad al-Jabari, was killed by security forces.
The latest wave of terrorism to hit Israel has not spared the Biblical city of Hebron. Last month, Kiryat Arba resident Ronen Hanania was murdered as he and his son Daniel shopped at a convenience store between Hebron and Kiryat Arba. During the attack, Hebron residents first responder Ofer Ochana and Chief Security Officer Yoni […]
The “anyone but Bibi” crowd never lets the inconvenient truth that the spike in violence cannot be attributed to the incoming government disrupt its narrative. And Transportation Merav Michaeli is a queen bee of chutzpah on this score.
While many Israelis contributed to the settlement of Judea and Samaria, few have accomplished as much as Benny Katzover. The 75-year-old “legend” of Judean pioneering is the father of seven kids and boasts over twenty grandchildren. Standing in front of Mount Kabir in Samaria, the grey-haired Katzover recalls how he quit his pursuit of academic […]
To be there is to return to the source of Jewish history in the promised land.
Over 35,000 Jews came to Hebron to celebrate Abraham’s purchase of Hebron but the joyous atmosphere that was marred by several incidents of hooliganism.
This Shabbat, tens of thousands of people are expected to converge on Hebron and its adjacent sister city, Kiryat Arba to celebrate the purchase of the Machpelah Cave of the Patriarchs described in the Bible. This week Jews around the world are reading the Torah portion of Chayei Sarah (Genesis 23:1–25:18) describing the purchase of […]