As you state: "The only reason why the Jewish community isn't enormous in Hebron..." is because it never has been. Never. In the years 1942-1968, there was not one single Jew living there. In the centuries before, the Jewish presense was slight and sporadic for millenia. Al-Khalil (Hevron) was, is and forever will be a Palestinian centre, replete with the grave of the Patriarch Abraham from whom Muslims, Christians and Jews draw their beliefs. Well, why not try to behave properly, and then you may, perhaps, be allowed to visit that tomb from time to time (which was more than Maimonides was allowed). Do not claim that which is not yours, lest you risk losing it forever and forever.
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from the article: Hypocrisy in Hebron