At the end of the Six Day War, the idea came up for eight couples who were planning their weddings to get married in the Cave of Machpela in Hebron. The entire Jewish nation wanted to come, eager to witness the joyous celebration of the eternal nation. It was the first wedding in the Cave in 2,000 years! In honor of this month’s 49th anniversary of Hebron’s liberation, make today the day you learn more deeply about the biblical sites of holy Hebron with an inspiring eBook. (And then watch the wedding video below!)
After the Six Day War, this bride had a wedding hall in mind, but suddenly the whole Jewish nation came together to celebrate her union. A delightful and moving video of the first wedding in the Cave of the Patriarchs in 2,000 years.
Shalom Rabbi. Thanks for the newletters. Israel is forever in our hearts! Todah rabah lecha (“thanks very much to you”), Jocel of Brazil
Rabbi Tuly, Your email is awesome! Uplifting teachings, beautiful pictures and videos. I am learning so much! I look forward to reading your emails! Sending love from Minnesota, USA to you and your family. Shalom, TyAnn