Well, almost. According to Kabbalah, Hebron’s Ma’arat HaMachpela is the opening to Gan Eden. Recent years has seen Hebron blossom into a Yom Kippur hot spot. Hundreds of men and boys, fathers and sons (sorry ladies, men only), have made it a custom to do a pilgrimage to Hebron and daven the powerful, purifying prayers of Yom Kippur in the holiness of Ma’arat HaMachpela.
It’s also one of the 10 times all year that the Yitzhak Hall in Ma’arat HaMachpela is open for prayer.
Some even camp in tents, but most enjoy basic visitor services that include simple loging, and meals before and after the fast. Come soak up the incredible, moving, and charged holiness of Hebron on the Day of Atonement. Want to join in? Spots are already filling up.
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