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Betlehem Blog: Jeruzalem – de ondraaglijke lichtheid van het bestaan

Contributed by Toine Van Teeffelen on 02.05.2011:

Betlehem Blog

1 mei, 2011

Toine van Teeffelen

Jeruzalem: de ondraaglijke lichtheid van het bestaan

Mary ging naar Jeruzalem. Ze had geluk, ze kreeg een Paasvergunning. Haar zus en moeder kregen er geen. ‘s Ochtends vroeg keek ze zenuwachtig welke schoenen ze aan zou trekken. Zouden ze biepen in de X-ray? Jara ging mee. Als dertienjarige heeft ze eigenlijk geen verg(...)

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The visions and poetry of Little Miriam (1846-78)

Contributed by Toine Van Teeffelen on 19.10.2008:

Little Miriam and her imaginary

Parts of this writing are from the Bethlehem Community Book published by AEI-Open Windows in Bethlehem in 1999, and parts are typed over from the book of Amedee Brunot, Mariam, the Little Arab. Carmel of Maria Regina Eugene, Oregon, 1981.

P.S. I think this is interesting for showing connections between traditional Palestinian peasant poetry, the p(...)

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Little Miriam – a Palestinian nun

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 21.06.2006:

(from: Bethlehem Community Book, AEI-Open Windows, Bethlehem 1999)

In September 1999, the Greek-Catholic or Melkite community in Palestine came to celebrate in Bethlehem the lustrum of the beatification of the 'little Miriam', the founder of the imposing Carmel Convent there. Bishop Lutfi Laham spoke about her poverty, suffering, traveling and love for the land - a life in which every (...)

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Moslem-Christian relations: Bernard Sabella

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 06.06.2006:

Interview with Bernard Sabella – 9 December 2002

Moslem-Christian living together in Palestine

By Katherine von Schubert, for the Arab Educational Institute

DSPR Office - 31 Nablus Rd

Published in The Jerusalem Times

Let me tell you what I actually believe. I actually believe we have a heritage of Christian-Muslim coexistence. We share with one another the c(...)

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Bethlehem: Christian practices and traditions

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 16.05.2006:

The following account is a history of Christian practices and traditions in Bethlehem.

Source:

BETHLEHEM: A COMMUNITY BOOK

Copyright: Arab Educational Institute, Bethlehem, 1999

Printed in Bethlehem, Palestine RAI house of art

Copies can be ordered at the Arab Educational Institute,

P.O.Box 681, Bethlehem, Palestine via Israel

aei@p-ol.com
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