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Sheikh Hassan al-Labadi: Seven Acts of Lost Memory
Nazmi al-Jubeh From: Jerusalem Quarterly Institute of Jerusalem Studies Spring...
 
Toine Van Teeffelen
16.11.2007
       
       
 
Ramallah: Past and Present
By Issa Jamil Shihadeh Ramallah, built on 19,000 dunums of land and located 16 kilometres north of Jerusalem, was known...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.08.2007
       
       
 
The Town of ‘Ezariyeh
By Saleh Abu Damous The present-day town of ‘Ezariyeh is the ancient village of Bethany that dates to the sixth century...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The Samaritans of Palestine
By Tareq al Qudsi Today, when we think of the Samaritans, our minds return to the biblical period and the story of the...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The African Palestinian Community in the Old City...
By Dzouyi Therese Konanga-Nicolas When we think of Africans and Islam, it always brings to mind the famous Bilal Ibn...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The Circassians of Palestine
By Adeeb Asfoura On a recent visit to Abu Ghosh, I met a guy from a large family who showed me around the village. When I...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The Moroccan Community in Palestine
By Noura al-Tijani Their roots were in the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts, but the hills of the Old City of Jerusalem...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The Palestinian Bedouins
By Arturo Avendaño During an interview in a goat-hair tent some ten years ago, Sheikh Mohammed Iskheiman Hassan...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The Armenian Community in the Holy Land
By Tania Manougian The Armenian presence in the Holy Land predates the life of Jesus Christ, when Armenia and Palestine...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The Ansari Family of the Indian Hospice
By Nourjahan Ansari For nearly seven centuries, the Indian Hospice in Jerusalem has served as a unique and historic...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
The Gypsies of Jerusalem
The Forgotten People By Amoun Sleem A band of itinerant musicians and dancers hired by a Persian king? A caste of...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
Bedouins and peasants
Palestinian Cave Dwellers and Holy Shrines: The Passing of Traditional Society By Dr. Ali Qleibo Every village is...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.07.2007
       
       
 
'Asira Shamilya
Like Peace Needs a Bicycle… By Peter Stockton ‘Asira Shamilya is five kilometres to the north of Nablus and situated...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.06.2007
       
       
 
A Taybeh Village Tradition
By Maria C. Khoury, Ed.D. I left the cosmopolitan city of Boston and a university job to follow Daoud Canaan Khoury to...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.06.2007
       
       
 
Al-Fandaqomeyyah
Our Village in the North By Reem M. Wahdan It was not until I met my best friend and partner, who happens to also be my...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.06.2007
       
       
 
Bet Suriq/Bet Shinneh
Love and Life in a Palestinian Village By Dr. Ali Qleibo Three huge ancient oak trees huddle closely together, and two...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.06.2007
       
       
 
Al-Rameh (Galilee)
Documenting Daily Life in Galilee Villages By Khalil Nakhleh In 1970 I came with my small family to spend a year in my...
 
This Week In Palestine
30.06.2007
       
       
 
Carob, Fennel, and the Red Soil of Gimzo
Crafting Palestinian Identity By Dr. Ali Qleibo “It is spring, and the fennel grows in abundance in the valley of...
 
This Week In Palestine
23.06.2007
       
       
 
A little bit of History.
A little bit of history : General Allenby, T. E. Lawrence, and Giries Hanna Kattan In the early part of 20 th century,...
 
Alex Kattan
03.04.2007
       
       
 
African community
In the prison courtyard
 
African Jerusalem
31.03.2007
       

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