The most expensive rental in Jerusalem is in a house in the West Bank city of Hebron that sold for $2.4 million in January, according to property records.

The property was sold to a family member of the president of the Israeli Knesset, Ayelet Shaked, who has been in office since 2010.

The president, Yair Lapid, has a residence in the area.

The house, which was previously a hotel, is a former home for a Bedouin family, according the Jerusalem Post.

In addition to the hotel, the house also includes a second apartment in the town of Beit Hanina, according its listing on Airbnb.

The listing does not say how much the two apartments cost, or if they are worth any of the money in the house.

The West Bank’s capital is known as the Jewish capital, and the area is home to many Jewish communities and Jewish institutions.

The city’s history of violence against Palestinians has also played a role in the price tag.

The Jerusalem Post reported in 2016 that the average rent for an apartment in Hebron was $1,726.

An apartment in Beit Hillel, a Palestinian town on the West Side of Jerusalem, was $2,722.

The apartment was built in 2006, but the listing indicates that it was bought in March 2017.