Beit HaShalom, (Hebrew: בית השלום‎, lit. House of Peace) or the Rajabi House, also known as Beit HaMeriva ("House of Contention"), is a four-story apartment building located in the H-2 Area of Hebron. Originally built by two Palestinian businessmen, the building was subsequently purchased and inhabited by local Jewish settlers in 2007. In December 2008, the settlers were evacuated by the IDF by Israeli Supreme Court order: Palestinians alleged that the building had been purchased unlawfully with the help of a Palestinian frontman, and the use of forged documents, and the case was taken to court. In September 2012, the Jerusalem District Court ruled that the purchase was indeed valid, and that the house must be returned to the purchasers.

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  • Beit HaShalom, (en hebreo: בית השלום, La Casa de la Paz, o conocida también como Beit HaMeriva ("La casa de la discordia"), es una estructura de cuatro pisos que alberga una comunidad judía de 25 familias en la ciudad de Hebrón, incluyendo estudiantes de yeshivá. Esta comunidad está ubicada en el camino principal que enlaza a Kiryat Arba con la Caverna de los Patriarcas en Hebrón.​​​La comunidad tiene sus orígenes en la comunidad original de la ciudad de Hebrón, pues las instalaciones fueron adquiridas por un descendiente de la comunidad original.​ (es)
  • Beit HaShalom, (Hebrew: בית השלום‎, lit. House of Peace) or the Rajabi House, also known as Beit HaMeriva ("House of Contention"), is a four-story apartment building located in the H-2 Area of Hebron. Originally built by two Palestinian businessmen, the building was subsequently purchased and inhabited by local Jewish settlers in 2007. In December 2008, the settlers were evacuated by the IDF by Israeli Supreme Court order: Palestinians alleged that the building had been purchased unlawfully with the help of a Palestinian frontman, and the use of forged documents, and the case was taken to court. In September 2012, the Jerusalem District Court ruled that the purchase was indeed valid, and that the house must be returned to the purchasers. In March 2014, the Israeli Supreme Court upheld the ruling. The Israeli Defense Minister subsequently allowed the settlers to reinhabit the building. (en)
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  • Beit HaShalom, (en hebreo: בית השלום, La Casa de la Paz, o conocida también como Beit HaMeriva ("La casa de la discordia"), es una estructura de cuatro pisos que alberga una comunidad judía de 25 familias en la ciudad de Hebrón, incluyendo estudiantes de yeshivá. Esta comunidad está ubicada en el camino principal que enlaza a Kiryat Arba con la Caverna de los Patriarcas en Hebrón.​​​La comunidad tiene sus orígenes en la comunidad original de la ciudad de Hebrón, pues las instalaciones fueron adquiridas por un descendiente de la comunidad original.​ (es)
  • Beit HaShalom, (Hebrew: בית השלום‎, lit. House of Peace) or the Rajabi House, also known as Beit HaMeriva ("House of Contention"), is a four-story apartment building located in the H-2 Area of Hebron. Originally built by two Palestinian businessmen, the building was subsequently purchased and inhabited by local Jewish settlers in 2007. In December 2008, the settlers were evacuated by the IDF by Israeli Supreme Court order: Palestinians alleged that the building had been purchased unlawfully with the help of a Palestinian frontman, and the use of forged documents, and the case was taken to court. In September 2012, the Jerusalem District Court ruled that the purchase was indeed valid, and that the house must be returned to the purchasers. (en)
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