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Outside the Walls of Old Jaffa

Raziel St. The two parts of the street between Jerusalem Boulevard, Jaffa and the Jaffa Clock Tower were named Boutrus St. and Howard St. after two prominent Arab Jaffa families.  A ...

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Bethlehem Palestine Tourism

  Listen how a Christian Arab Israeli Tour Guide explains the history Christian, Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian) and problems of the Palestinian city of Bethlehem.   Church of the Nativity 3D ...

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Palestine Tourism

  These “chutzpadik” videos share a fantasy view of Palestine, touting a cultural and natural heritage and the spirit of a Palestinian people:- all from the point of view of ...

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Temple Mount Compound

The purpose of this post is to present to three different monotheistic versions of a tour of the Temple Mount: Jewish, Christian and Muslim. (Actually five if you include the ...

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The Jerusalem Museum for Islamic Art

  Islamic cultural heritage has its home in Israel at the L.A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art in Jerusalem, which features ancient collections along exhibitions of modern Arab-Israeli artists. The ...

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Coptic Orthodox Parishes in Jerusalem

The Coptic Orthodox Church The term “Copt” comes from the Greek word “aegiptos,” meaning “Egyptian”. The establishment of the Coptic Church is attributed to St. Mark the Apostle in the ...

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Tel Gezer

Situated on the crossroads near the International Coastal Highway and also guarding the primary route into the Israelite hill country, Gezer was one of the most strategic cities in the ...

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