The stops on our tour
Kahane Park and Baruch Goldstein’s grave in Kiryat Arba
An urban tourist park named after Rabbi Meir Kahane, who headed the far-right Kach Party,. At the edge of the park is Baruch Goldstein’s grave, overlooking eastern Hebron.
Cave of the Patriarchs – Abraham and Sarah’s Tomb
The cave is visited by believers from all around the world and sacred to both Judaism and Islam. The three-hour walking tour begins here.
The Wholesale Market
The city center, with many abandoned stores lining its main street, was one of the busiest commercial areas in the West Bank until the start of the 1990s. Today most of the area is closed off to Palestinian movement.
Hebron’s main street, lined with closed Palestinian shops and offices, used to be one of the city’s central thoroughfares with many entrances to the Casbah (the Old City).
Four Israeli settlements
Located in the heart of the Palestinian city, these four settlements were all built by Israeli governments in the 1980s: Avraham Avinu, Beit Romano, Beit Hadassah and Tel Rumeida (Admot Yishai)
Meeting with Youth Against Settlements
A conversation with activists of the local Palestinian organization, made up of young people who employ nonviolent methods to resist the occupation in general, and protest Israeli settlement in Hebron in particular.
The New Settlement in Worshipper’s Way
A new settlement located adjacent to Kiryat Arba and established in 2014 in a structure formerly owned by a Palestinian, the building currently serves as a settlement and a guesthouse for soldiers.