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The Palestinian kaffiya to become just a fashionable scarf?

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 02.02.2009:

PNN exclusive / Hiba Lama – Roving the streets of the West Bank it becomes clear that the traditional kaffiya is going the way of falafel and hummus. Under an occupation that targets to cleanse all aspects of Palestinian life, including the cultural and economic, heritage is under attack.

The Israelis already took the traditional Arab falafel and hummus and now market them as “the nati(...)

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Palestinian handicrafts

Contributed by Palestinian Heritage Center on 28.12.2007:

Photo taken in Palestinian Heritage Center (Maha Saca) in Bethlehem near Rachel's Tomb)

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Bethlehem handicrafts

Contributed by Palestinian Heritage Center on 28.12.2007:

Palestinian Handicrafts and old photos from Bethlehem

available in the Palestinian Heritage Center (Maha Saca).

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Traditional Palestinian dress

Contributed by Palestinian Heritage Center on 29.11.2007:

At the Palestinian Heritage Center, Maha Saca

Bethlehem

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Jose (Youssef) Jorge Siman – San Salvador

Contributed by Prima Soho on 02.10.2007:

Jose (Youssef) Jorge Siman - San Salvador

International observers at the recent, heated elections in the Central American nation of El Salvador might have been surprised to discover amid the violent political polarization, a curious similarity between its two presidential candidates: both are Palestinian. Tony Saca, a hard-line capitalist with strong American ties, and Schafik Handal(...)

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Bethlehem 1946 – Class of ’46 at College des Freres in Bethlehem

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 25.08.2007:


Bethlehem 1946 - Class of '46 at College des Freres in Bethlehem.Front row (L to R): Khalil Sham'on, Victor Jaar, Yaqoub A. Lama, Yaqoub J. Lama, Hanna J. Nasser.2nd row: Frere Louis, ? , Fayez Nasser, Samir Moj, George Saca.3rd row: ? Shomali, Maurice Daw'ed, William Morcos, George Wardeh, Foua(...)

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