in Their Sandals) Gives easy-to-read information on the location, biblical
significance, etc. Features links to photographs and on-line Scripture
Travel Study Program) Highlights the religious significance of the
site for both Jews and Christians. Gives a brief history of the Cave
of Machpelah through periods of conquest and change.
His Own) A brief, encyclopedia-type article with links to related
words, topics and sources for further study.
Encyclopedia) A detailed, very descriptive article which
discusses various contributions to traditions concerning of the Tomb
of the Patriarchs.
Encyclopedia, ChristianAnswers.Net) Interests the reader with both
physically and biblically descriptive facts, including internal links to related
Historical Background and Statistics (Israel MFA) An interesting and
informative article, providing a detailed historical background on the city and
details on the Jewish community present here today. A section giving insight
into the delicate peace-keeping process in the community is also included.
Copy of this page at Jewish
Welcome to Hevron (israelVisit)
Offers a brief description of the Cave of Machpelah and the religious/political
controversy surrounding it. Features several nice photographs on main page
and provided links.
Welcome to the Jewish Community of
Hebron The official page of the modern Jewish community. Its
residents continue to maintain their presence in the city where
the "roots of the Jewish people" are found.
(Ahavat Eretz Israel) Tells the story of the struggle for the survival of
a Jewish presence in the city with deep roots to the patriarch Abraham.
Copy of this page at Crystalinks.
Ha'machpelah (Camp S'dei Chemed International) Gives
a concise history of the area from a distinctly Jewish perspective.
Disputed Birthright (Out There News) Captures the struggle
between two opposing peoples in a community which remains at the heart of
settlers in Hebron claim they have history on their side (Sydney
Morning Herald) Provides interesting insight into the on-going conflict,
commenting on security measures to protect the Jewish community in Hebron.