Burial Site of Sarah, Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron:Abraham, however, proceeded to bow low before the people of the land, the Hittites,and said to them: “If you will allow me room for burial of my dead, listen to me! Intercede for me with Ephron, son of Zohar, so that he will sell me the cave of Machpelah that he owns; it is at the edge of his field. Let him sell it to me in your presence at its full price for a burial place.” -Genesis 23:7-9 (NABR)

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

La tombe du prophète Ibrahim (Abraham) aleyhi Salam, a hebron Palestine occupé…

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia

Woodcut by Gustave Doré depicting the burial of Sarah in the cave

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Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cave of the Patriarchs/ Hebron/ The stone canopy above the more visible known entrance to the caves.

The Cave of the Patriarchs is a very famous site in the Middle East. Known as Ibrahim Mosque or the Sanctuary of Abraham today, it appears in the Bible, the Torah, and the Quran.

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia

Muslims praying at the Tombs of the Patriarchs (Issac & Abraham), in January According to Jewish tradition, only Esau's head is buried in the Cave of the Patriarchs. According to legends, Ishmael was buried here as well.

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia

Cave of the Patriarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Israel Hebron Cave of the Patriarchs or Ibrahimi Mosque

The Cave of the Patriarchs, or the Cave of Machpelah, in Hebron

The Cave of the Patriarchs (the Cave of Machpelah), Hebron

It was only months ago that UNESCO, the United Nations’ cultural organization, declared the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron — believed to be the site of the double tombs of Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, and Jacob and Leah — a “Palestinian heritage site.” Then the anti-Israel global body followed up by passing a resolution denying any connection between Judaism and the Temple […]

It was only months ago that UNESCO, the United Nations’ cultural organization, declared the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron — believed to be the site of the double tombs of Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, and Jacob and Leah — a “Palestinian heritage site.” Then the anti-Israel global body followed up by passing a resolution denying any connection between Judaism and the Temple […]

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Cave of the Patriarchs (Me'arat Hamachpelah)

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