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Pesach in Hebron

Jews visit Ma'arat Hamachpela during Pesach. Not all visits are this peaceful.

Jews visit Ma'arat Hamachpela during Pesach. Not all visits are this peaceful.
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Hebron is proving to be a popular family tourist site during the Passover Holiday.

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7 Responses to “Pesach in Hebron”

  1. look at muslims,they hate jews,they hate jesus,they hate christians but still they say our god is one.

  2. Netanyahu gave this land to the arabs.

  3. Even though I’m a Reconstructionist Jew, I don’t like Islam at all.!!!!

  4. And there is no good muslim.

  5. why goto hebron you risk your life. israel take back the land

  6. We are so blessed, we appreciate the Jewish people for keeping the Feasts of the Lord alive, Beginning with Passover, Un-leaven Bread, First Fruits, Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) in the Spring, Trumpets, Atonement, Tabernacles in the Fall for the gift of the law of Moses and it’s foundational teachings, Jewish Jesus who fulfilled the Law, His disciples and the First Churches recorded in the New Testament.

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