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Bethlehem 1971 – Banayot & Hilda’s wedding reception

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.03.2008:


Bethlehm 1971, December 28 Banayot & Hilda's wedding reception.Yaqoub ElAli giving the bride Hilda a gold bracelet, gifted by Giries & Mary ElAli.In this photo are: George Hosh, brother of the groom, William, Vera, Aida, George Masrieh Original Content Creator: Mary Masrieh Elal(...)

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Bethlehem 1947 – Girl Scout Mary Masrieh

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.03.2008:


Bethlehem 1947 - The scouting movement was, and still is, an excellent passtime for the Bethlehem youth. Almost every school in Bethlehem had its own team of Boy or Girl Scouts. The Scouts participated in many activities, especially during the special holidays of Christmas and Easter. Mary was involved wit(...)

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Bethlehem 1947 – Teenager Mary Masrieh ready for school

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.03.2008:


Bethlehem 1947 As a teenager, Mary in a new outfit designed and made by her aunt, poses for a picture before going to "El-Ra'ee El-Saleh" school. Original Content Creator: Mary Masrieh Elali, Natal, Brazil

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Bethlehem 1950 – Mary Masrieh’s wedding – on the way to the Church

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.03.2008:


Bethlehem June 25,1950 Mary Masrieh on her way to the Church, to get married to Giries El-Ali. Original Content Creator: Mary Masrieh Elali, Natal, Brazil

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Bethlehem 1957 – Snow in Bethlehem enjoyed by the Masrieh & Elali families

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.03.2008:


Bethlehem winter 1957 It rarely snows in Bethlehem, but when it does, it is celebrated by young and old alike. Some children enjoyed adding "Dibis" or grape syrup to the snow, which makes a nice ice-creamy treat. Others just went outside and enjoyed the white scenery, like the Masrieh and Elali families. O(...)

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Bethlehem 1957- Weddings of Shafiq Handal & Lily Masrieh, and Kamal Handal & Evelin Al-Ghazzawi

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.03.2008:


Bethlehem 1957, December 22 A double wedding for two Handal brothers.On right: Shafiq Daoud Handal & Lily Jiries Masrieh. On left: Kamal Daoud Handal & Evelin Ibrahim Al-Ghazzawi Original Content Creator: Mary Masrieh Elali, Natal, Brazil

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Bethlehem 1951 – Masrieh (Hazboun) Family with Giries El-Ali

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 26.02.2008:


Bethlehem 1951 The Masrieh Family with the newlyweds Giries El-Ali & Mary MasriehTop Row (L to R): Margo - (sister of the bride), Lilly - (sister of the bride), Newlywed Giries El-Ali with wife Mary, Linda - (sister of the bride), Hanneh -(mother of the bride), Jiries - (father of the bride)(...)

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Nasser Soumi, painter and installation artist

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 12.02.2008:

Nasser Soumi was born in Palestine in 1948. He studied art at the National School of Fine Arts in Damascus, Syria, from1971 to 1977, continuing his studies at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris France, from 1980 to 1982.

Soumi is a painter and primarily an installation artist. He transforms a variety of ordinary materials into works of art. His work is an assembling of "eclectic(...)

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Bethlehem 1945 – The Masrieh-Hazboun Family on a trip to the Dead Sea

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 12.02.2008:


Bethlehemites loved to spend their holidays away from home. The Dead Sea was the resort of choice for many families. Being the lowest point on earth (420 meters below sea level), its winters were mild and refreshing.In the winter of 1945, Giryes Masrieh-Hazboun and his wife Hanneh Abdallah Asfoura took t(...)

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New book of memories by Mary Masrieh Elali

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 31.01.2008:


MARY MASRIEH ELALI, originally from Bethlehem and wife of the late Giries Nicola Elali publisher of "Bethlehem - the immortal city", has just completed and published her memories in a book with the Portuguese title "Na palma de mao". Translated as "In the palm of the hand".Mary described her 300-page bo(...)

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