Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hebron was once the seat of Israel, King David ruled from this town before moving the capital to Jerusalem. Hebron is a major religious site for Moslems and Jews. The city of Hebron dates to before the time of Avraham Avinu and also is known by the name of Qiryat Arba. Jews lived in Hebron proper until the massacre of 1929 ce. There are still a few Jewish people in Hebron, however they are being forced to defend their homes against the Palestinian Arabs.

Hebron was once the seat of Israel, King David ruled from this town before moving the capital to Jerusalem. Hebron is a major religious site for Moslems and Jews. The city of Hebron dates to before the time of Avraham Avinu and also is known by the name of Qiryat Arba. Jews lived in Hebron proper until the massacre of 1929 ce. There are still a few Jewish people in Hebron, however they are being forced to defend their homes against the Palestinian Arabs.

Tomb of the Patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob at Al-Haram.

Tomb of the Patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob at Al-Haram.

Cave of the Patriarchs - - Israel

Cave of the Patriarchs - - Israel

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia

Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron

Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron

Hebron Cave of the Patriarchs.jpg

Hebron Cave of the Patriarchs.jpg

Visit the Cave of the Patriarchs- ( Machpela) in Hebron with Yehudah G...

Visit the Cave of the Patriarchs- ( Machpela) in Hebron with Yehudah G...

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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