Hebron

Wall hanging

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 20.04.2008:


Wall hanging at an exhibition at National Council for Development, in Hebron Photo: Tareq Altamimi mttamimi@gmail.com Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Hand Made Glass and Ceramics

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 20.04.2008:


Hand Made Glass and Ceramics Phot By Tareq Altamimi mttamimi@gmail.com Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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A Hand Made design of the Dome of the Rock

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 20.04.2008:


A Hand Made design of the Dome of the RockPhoto by Tareq Altamimi mttamimi@gmail.com Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Palestinian Old tools

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 20.04.2008:


Palestinian traditional historical tools and agricultural methods By Tareq Altamimi mttamimi@gmail.com Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Our Heritage

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 20.04.2008:


a Photo from the exhibition organized by NCD in Hebron. Photos By Tareq Jala Altamimi mttamimi@gmail.com Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Wedding cake

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 20.04.2008:


The photo is for a wedding cake designed in Hebron for one of the local wedding. Photo By Tareq Altamimi mttamimi@gmail.com Original Content Creator: Tareq Tamimi

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Yousef Katalo, painter

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 11.04.2008:

By Nassar Ibrahim

He takes you by surprise and awakens within you a deep sense of anticipation and suspense. His works display an astonishing mixture of simplicity and clarity, and his soul is likened to an expansive field of greenery full of insight and receptiveness. His capacity to engage you in self-reflection and dialog with others is unmatched. Yes, the others, whether they are p(...)

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Hebron: Rehabilitation and Reuse of Residential Buildings in the Old City

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 11.04.2008:

By Hebron Rehabilitation Committee

The old city of Hebron was originally built for residential purposes. The architectural structure of the city was designed to fulfil the needs and match the lifestyle of residents in a manner compatible with their traditions and social customs. In addition to residential buildings that make up most of the old city, there are public-service buildings s(...)

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Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 11.04.2008:

By Hebron Rehabilitation Committee

Historical background

Al-Haram al-Ibrahimi, the Sanctuary of Abraham or Tomb of the Patriarchs, in the old city of Hebron is considered to be the fourth holiest site in Islam. One of the ancient historical, religious, and heritage sites in Palestine, this 1000-year-old mosque enshrines the tombs of the prophet Abraham, his son Isaac, and his gr(...)

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The Emergence of Trade in the City of Hebron

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 11.04.2008:

and Its Development over the Past One Hundred Years

By Mohammad Nafez Al Hirbawi

Hebron is considered one of the historical Palestinian cities that have a distinct geographic and demographic character. It is one of the most important cities built by Canaanite Arabs who gave it the name, “The City of Four.” It became known by its current name when the Prophet Ibrahim al-Khalil ca(...)

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