Today’s verse appears in a beautiful poem by Rabbi Judah Halevi, one of the greatest Jewish poets of the Middle Ages, who wrote from Spain about his love for Zion and here describes his dream of visiting Hebron, the second holiest city in all of Israel: “I will fall to my face upon your land, and I will greatly cherish your stones and I will favor your dust, when I stand upon the graves of my Fathers I will marvel at Hebron, the choicest of your burial sites.” For generations, Jews clung tenaciously to Hebron, withstanding the test of exile. The rebirth of the flourishing Jewish community in Hebron is the proof. Learn more in a free eBook that will open your eyes to the spiritual power of Hebron.
Boruch Len’s photo of prayer notes placed in the crevices of the Western Wall, the last remaining outer wall of the Temple in Jerusalem. Twice a year, the prayer notes are carefully removed and respectfully buried on the Mount of Olives.
Hi, Love to read anything to do with Israel, may they prosper long. Cheers, Garth Jones, South Africa
Shalom Rabbi Tuly, Sent with much love from Western Australia…..I always enjoy reading my Israel365. I am a Christadelphian and you should know that we love and pray for Jews and the peace for Israel. We are Bible students all our lives!. What is the Bible all about? It is all about Israel and the Jews! I brought myself a lovely Star of Israel today, and will wear it with pride! Maureen Tonnessen