Join me now, as I enter Kiryat Arba...
This month, I visited the community of Kiryat Arba, one of the original Jewish communities in Judea, established just after the Six Day War. In the spring of 1968, a few young and not so young individuals and families, gathered together in Hebron to celebrate Passover. Overcoming enormous challenges, their dedication and determination to restoring Jewish life in ancient Hebron is a story that must be told. It is also the story of Kiryat Arba. Please join me for my visit to this vital community in Judea!
The original pioneers of Judea and Samaria have grown older and with the years, have developed special needs. The Land of Judah Museum provides quality programming for these wonderful people as they deal with the challenges of retirement, loneliness and failing health. Click here to support the senior citizens of Kiryat Arba. And click here to provide funding for similar needs throughout Judea and Samaria, to support projects that have become the backbone of life in the Biblical Heartland.
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