Just two weeks after Joseph’s Tomb was set ablaze by Palestinian protesters, Jewish workers spent an entire night repairing the damage and restoring the holy site.
Joseph’s Tomb, located in Samaria’s Shechem (Nablus), was just restored again.
The repair operation took hours, represented a week’s worth of work conducted by many people including rabbis who volunteered, the IDF and various other contractors.
Though it was tragically damaged, the grave marker at the site was completely restored.
The hope now, is that the symbolism inherent in repairing the holy site will inspire Israelis and signal a great revival for the nation of Israel.