Social Life

8. A Non-Violent Demonstration at Al-Walaja Village Against occupation

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 09.07.2007:


Al-Walaja mayer Mr. Adel Al Atrash, an organizer. Original Content Creator: Miluse Tumova

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Beduin’ s village

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 07.07.2007:


A Beduin' s village in the place called "Jahalyn" or "Saraya." Name of the land is "Khan Al Ahmar." The village is situated near by the road from Ramallah to Jericho. It has about seventy Beduin-inhabitants. 23.6.2007, the picture was taken by Miluse Tumova.

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Beduin’ s village

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 07.07.2007:


Jahalyn, West Bank. 23.6.2007, the picture was taken by Miluse Tumova.

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Beduin’ s village

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 07.07.2007:


A Beduin's woman in Jahalyn. 23.6.2007, the picture was taken by Miluse Tumova.

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Beduin’ s village

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 07.07.2007:


In the Beduin's house. Jahalyn. 23.6.2007, the picture was taken by Miluse Tumova.

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Beduin’ s village

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 07.07.2007:


A yard. Jahalyn. 23.6.2007, the picture was taken by Miluse Tumova.

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Beduin’ s village

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 07.07.2007:


"The kitchen." Jahalyn. 23.6.2007, the picture was taken by Miluse Tumova.

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Beduin’ s village

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 07.07.2007:


In Jahalyn. 23.6.2007, the picture was taken by Miluse Tumova.

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Young Moderators at the Artas Lettuce Festival

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 08.06.2007:


These young and enthusiastic moderators at the Thirteenth Annual Artas Lettuce Festival did a good job of introducing the acts. Hanin is wearing a thob from the collection of Maha Saca of the Palestine Heritage Center in Bethlehem. To start your exploration of the festival, see http://www.wordpress-230236-7(...)

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Artas Girls Making Beads

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 25.02.2007:


Thanks to the Artas Heritage Club, established January 1, 2007 by the Artas Folklore Center, Artas girls, seen here making beads, now have an outlet for their energy and talents. They form a cohesive group receptive to learning about their village's rich heritage. Note the girl studying the historic photos (...)

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