Story of the Harchivi campaign
Your opportunity to partner in redeeming homes in Hebron
4,000 years of waiting for the redemption of Hebron.
Abraham founded the Hebrew city of Hebron when he purchased the cave. King David strengthened Hebron when he established his kingdom there. For hundreds of years an extensive Jewish community lived here, until its tragic annihilation in the 1929 Palestine riots. More than 50 years ago we returned home – with the renewal of Jewish settlement in Hebron by Rabbi Levinger together with other patriotic pioneers, the devoted struggle of the women of Beit Hadassah, through to a renewed Jewish presence in Hebron. Today, as we read Parshat Chayei Sarah 5780, we continue this grand enterprise!
The Harchivi Makom Aholech Association in recent years has succeeded in redeeming and legally purchasing Beit HaShalom, Beit HaMachpela, Beit Rachel, and Beit Leah. Living in these new neighborhoods, located near the Cave of Machpelah, are Jewish families. Their children'sjoyous shouts proclaim: "We have returned."
On the occasion of Parshat Chayei Sarah 5780, we and all of Jewish People shall together redeem the next home in Hebron!
Currently we are in the advanced stages of negotiations for the purchase of an additional house in Hebron. This is your opportunity to partner in this historic national undertaking—expanding the Jewish hold of the City of our Forefathers.
We have the opportunity to rally together and continue the process begun by Abraham the Patriarch – in building the Land promised to him and his descendants. To expand the Jewish hold of Hebron and create a contiguous Jewish presence connecting the Cave of Machpela to the different neighborhoods of Kiryat Arba and Hebron.
>> Don't miss this opportunity >> With your help we will succeed in purchasing the next home in Hebron. Join us!
Contribute today and together we will redeem the city of Hebron, its alleyways and buildings.
Because you too need to be part of the Hebron story!
Abraham began it all
Now it's our turn to continue his legacy.