The Cave of Reconciliation
Three Faiths; two Stories; one Beginning. in the Southern Judea region, 3,050 feet above sea level, lies a city; some know it as Hebron, others Al-Khalil. in this city there sIt's a cave with three names: the tomb of the Patriarchs, Ma'arat Ha'Machpelah, and al-Haram al-Ibrahimi. The cave is said to house the remains of a man and his family. The name can be pronounced Abraham, Avraham, or Ibrahim, but the man is the same. The Cave of Reconciliation is a book with two sides. Read from one end, it tells the story of Abraham and his son Isaac, flip the book and it recounts the tale of Ibrahim and Ishmael.