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this Sanctuary has belonging to it very many villages that provide revenues for pious purposes.
The tomb of Isaac lies forward, in the main building of the mosque, the tomb of Jacob to the rear; facing each prophet lies his wife.
The largest city in the West Bank, and the second largest in the Palestinian territories after Gaza, it has a population of 215,452 Palestinians (2016), All security arrangements and travel permits for local residents are coordinated between the Palestinian Authority and Israel via military administration of the West Bank (COGAT).
The Jewish settlers have their own governing municipal body, the Committee of the Jewish Community of Hebron.
It has been conjectured that Hebron might have been the capital of Shuwardata of Gath, an Indo-European contemporary of Jerusalem's regent, Abdi-Kheba, or may reflect some Kenite and Kenizzite migration from the Negev to Hebron, since terms related to the Kenizzites appear to be close to Hurrian, which suggests that behind the Anakim legend lies some early Hurrian population.
It is said to have been wrested from the Canaanites by either Joshua, who is said to have wiped out all of its previous inhabitants, "destroying everything that drew breath, as the Lord God of Israel had commanded", The town itself, with some contiguous pasture land, is then said to have been granted to the Levites of the clan of Kohath, while the fields of the city, as well as its surrounding villages were assigned to Caleb ( who expels the three giants, Sheshai, Ahiman, and Talmai, who ruled the city.
The Sanctuary (Mashad), stands on the southern border of the town...is enclosed by four walls.
The Mihrab (or niche) and the Maksurah (or enclosed space for Friday-prayers) stand in the width of the building (at the south end). He further recorded that "They grow at Hebron for the most part barley, wheat being rare, but olives are in abundance. There are very many mills here, worked by oxen and mules, that all day long grind the flour, and further, there are working girls who, during the whole day are baking bread.At present time I do not know in all the realm of al-Islam any house of hospitality and charity more excellent than this one.' The custom, known as the 'table of Abraham' (simāt al-khalil), was similar to the one established by the Fatimids, and in Hebron's version, it found its most famous expression.The Persian traveller Nasir-i-Khusraw who visited Hebron in 1047 records in his Safarnama that "...The enclosure has been converted into a mosque, and built around it are rest houses for the pilgrims, so that they adjoin the main edifice on all sides. All the countryside around this town for about half a stage has villages in every direction, with vineyards and grounds producing grapes and apples called Jabal Nahra...being fruit of unsurpassed excellence... In Hebron is a public guest house continuously open, with a cook, a baker and servants in regular attendance.These offer a dish of lentils and olive oil to every poor person who arrives, and it is set before the rich, too, should they wish to partake.The "little town" was later laid to waste by Vespasian's officer Sextus Vettulenus Cerialis.