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حفلة الألعاب الرياضية السنوية للمدارس الأميرية في لواء غزة

Contributed by Mustafa Mohanna on 24.12.2006:


حفلة الألعاب الرياضية السنوية للمدارس الأميرية في لواء غزة كأس المستر بطولف لمدارس القرى مدرسة عراق المنشية سنة 1939-1940 مدرسة عراق المنشية سنة 1941 مدرسة المسمية 1942 مدرسة المسمية، اسدود 1943 مدرسة المسمية 1944 مدرسة المسمية 1945 Original Content Creator: المهندس / مصطفى مهنا

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Challenge Cup For Village Schools

Contributed by Mustafa Mohanna on 24.12.2006:


Gaza Annual District Sports For Government Schools Challenge Cup For Village Schools Presented By MR. W.G.BUTTOLPHIraq Al Manshiyya School 1939 - 1940 Iraq Al Manshiyya School 1941 El Masmia School 1942 El Masmia,Isdud School 1943 El Masmia(...)

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El Masmia El Kabeera

Contributed by Mustafa Mohanna on 24.12.2006:


Lost Own Belongings Original Content Creator: Mustafa Mohanna

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El Masmia El Kabeera

Contributed by Mustafa Mohanna on 24.12.2006:


Lost Village My Home Land Original Content Creator: Mustafa Mohanna

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Popular and Fusion Music

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.10.2006:

As the day-to-day experiences of Palestinians became more involved in the politics of resistance, so changed the musical output of the people. Artists began to sing about the day-to-day hardships of life under occupation and the dream of statehood. In the aftermath of the 1967 tragedy, a young Palestinian oud player and composer by the name of Mustafa al-Kurd inflamed peoples' (...)

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Christmas in Palestine: the food

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 21.09.2006:

Christmas is a Christian holiday. Prominent among the celebrations of Christians in the West is the giving of gifts, a custom often associated with one of the great figures of popular myth, St. Martin, St. Nicholas, and Father Christmas.

The main celebration of Christmas in Palestine centres around a special meal. Although what is cooked varies from family to family and from year to y(...)

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Palestinian sauces

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 17.09.2006:

Sauce is a hot or cold seasoned liquid either served with, or used in the cooking of, a dish. The word comes from the Latin salsus (salted), since salt has always been the basic condiment. The function of a sauce is to add flavour to a dish, while being compatible with its ingredients. Sauces are the orchestration and accompaniment of a fine meal, and enable a good cook to demonstrate his/he(...)

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Drinks in Palestine

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 06.09.2006:

TOO HOT WITHOUT ONE

The Palestinian summer is so hot during the day that one has to keep drinking to make up for lost body fluids, especially if one is exposed to direct sunlight. The Palestinians, as well as nations in the rest of Asia, have, over the centuries, developed the art of making drinks. The fact that sugar was known to Asia for a long time helped a great deal, since sugar(...)

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The Blessed Tree: Olives

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 06.09.2006:

THE BLESSED TREE

Olives

Not eastern and not western, the olive tree originated in Palestine, I believe, where it is widely cultivated. It accounts for about 25 percent of total Palestinian agriculture. It has an extremely long life while requiring little upkeep and water. Its history is tightly bound to that of the Mediterranean basin, which since biblical times has been its nat(...)

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