Let’s get to the bottom of the real story of the city of Hebron. Is the Arab population of Hebron living in a trapped reality? The Arabs are allowed into 97% of Hebron. A Jew, on the other hand, is not allowed into almost every part of Hebron. Why? Because of Arab terror. So, in 2001, the Army decided to separate the Jewish and Arab populations in order to curb terror. Terror caused the separation. One day, the natural presence of Jews in Hebron will be more than a small area in less than 3% of this ancient Biblical city. Remember, before King David was the King of Jerusalem, King David was the King of Hebron.