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Beit Hadassah (founded in 1893) was a free medical clinic for Jews and Arabs in Hevron until the riots of 1929. A group of 10 women and 40 children entered this building in the middle of the night, a week after Passover 1979, and lived in the basement for a year, until the Israeli government allowed the reestablishment of a permanent Jewish population in Hebron. Beit Hadassah is now home to ten families, a musuem of Hevron's history and a memorial for the victims of the 1929 massacre.
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