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Social Life: Wallajeh (1)
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submitted by AEI-Open Windows Outreach Program on 27.08.2009
Copyright (2009) AEI-Open Windows Outreach Program

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The village of Wallajeh lies to the south-west of Jerusalem and to the west of Bethlehem, not far from the lands of the Cremisan monastery. It is a small village of several hundreds of inhabitants, close to the 1967 Green Line. The village lost a large part of their agricultural lands because they was located inside the Green Line, and the Israeli army prevented them to access those lands.

AEI-Open Windows promotes exchanges between Bethlehem youth and youth from the village, and during the summer of 2009 Dutch trainer Rob Arts visited Al Wallajeh for four days to train youth in making graffiti. Here is a product of their labor.

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