Hebron

Snow in Hebron

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 25.01.2007:


Snow in Hebron 2007 Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Hebron Grapes

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 21.12.2006:


Hebron city famous for its grapes. Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Hebron – New City

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 21.12.2006:


The picture is for ein sara street, in the modern part of the city that have the municipality building and most of NGOs offices. Original Content Creator: Tareq Tamimi

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Hebron: Heritage of Palestine

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 09.12.2006:

By Fuad Sultan Tamimi

Hebron is one of the most important and oldest cities in Palestine’s history, dating back more than 6,000 years. It is called ‘Al-Khalil’, or ‘Khalil Al-Rahman’, abbreviated from ‘The City of the Friend of God’, the friend of God being the prophet Abraham or, as he is referred to by the Arabs, ‘Abuna Ibrahim Al-Khalil’-‘Our Father Abraham, the Friend’. Thus Hebron(...)

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Ein Sara Street Hebron

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 04.11.2006:


The photo is for Ein sara Street in Hebron, the main street and the old Hebron-Jerusalem Street. Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Harvest Time

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.11.2006:


In the harvest time, Men winnowing at the threshing floor in Halhul south of Hebron, 1940. Photo: Matson Collection, library of Congress.

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Weaving

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.11.2006:


Hebron and the southern region of Palestine were famed for their weaving crafts. The peasants and bedouin of these areas relied primarily on herding for their livelihood, their sheep and goats being a vulnerable source of meat and milk as well as wool. This photo shows Women weav a rug (bjad) in Samu'(...)

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M’arrash

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 31.10.2006:


A mud-walled bower (m'arrash) roofed with branches, southern Hebron Hills. Shelters are constructed in this region to provide a shaded area outside the house during the hot summer.Photo: Suad Amiry.

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My house Stairs

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 28.10.2006:

The Old Palestinian House with a nice Stairs in Hebron.

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Internal Design in abraham Mosque- Hebron

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 26.10.2006:


The abraham Mosque in Hebron, the Place where Abraham spent his time. Its a beautiful place and the most touristic place in Hebron Original Content Creator: Tareq tamimi

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