“Hebron – always and forever
Our Hebron in the merit of our ancestors…
Who swore to our ancestors
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.”
A unique trip full of surprises to Hebron, Kiryat Arba, and Rachel’s Tomb with a huge number of participants, 110 deaf-blind individuals, communication facilitators, support service providers, and Israeli Sign Language interpreters.
We visited the Jewish quarter of Hebron.
We visited Beit Hadassah, the old Visitors’ Center.
We heard a talk from Sarah Nahshon about her life story.
We tasted wines in the Ariely Vineyards in the memory of Hillel’s daughter, who was murdered, we walked around the Cave of Machpela, and to finish, we visited Rachel’s Tomb.
It was an emotion-packed trip, one which connected us to our Jewish and Israeli heritage, a trip that taught us the incredible story of the community of Hebron in an interactive and thrilling way.
A giant thank you to Haim Malka, our Social-Recreational Club coordinator, for his excellent and successful organization and planning.
Thank you to all the professionals who accompanied us, communication facilitators, support service providers, and interpreters, who managed to precisely convey these historical stories and contributed so much to the trip’s success,
And thanks to you, members of the Social-Recreational Club. We could only do this thanks to you and we’re planning to keep on organizing more trips like this one.
A special thanks to the guides Atara Marzbach and Roi Hai Cohen from Midreshet Hebron, for their great patience and professional guidance.