Over the Sabbath, Arabs destroyed property and religious items in the Tomb of Samuel, north of Jerusalem. On Sunday morning, Hevron's Jewish residents found their graveyard had also been attacked.
Samuel's Tomb, called Kever Shmuel by Jews and Nebi Samwil by Muslims, is located just north of Jerusalem's Ramot neighborhood and can clearly be seen from many areas of the capital. The main prayer hall in the tomb was smashed and phones and fax machines from an adjacent office were stolen. Police say Arabs are behind the attack and are investigating the incident to identify the perpetrators.
There is also a mosque in the tomb complex.
Hevron's ancient cemetery is located near the Admot Yishai (Tel Romeida) neighborhood. It also has a new section, which was targeted by the attackers.
(Photos: Sedmoy Kanal-Russian Language Arutz-7 & Hevron Jewish Community)