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Welcome to the Action section of PSC's web site. This page explains the work of the outreach committee of PSC-Seattle and invites you to become involved. 
There are two main aspects to our work: action alerts and a speaker bureau.
     To receive action alerts, sign up to participate in our Response Network by writing us at Once you sign on, you will receive periodic alerts that will prompt you to write to a newspaper or to your Congressional representatives. We also encourage you to send us copies of your letters. You will find letter-writing guidelines below [click here].
     In addition to posting action alerts, we also coordinate state-wide appearances of speakers familiar with the Palestinian struggle for self-determination. Many of our speakers have spent time in Palestine and Israel, often with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM). If your church, school, or community group would like to sponsor a presentation, please get in touch. We are also prepared to provide video/DVD films with our presentations.

Possible topics we can discuss include:

»  History of the conflict                    »  Palestinian resistance to occupation                    »  U.S. support for the occupation
»  Current events (Gaza disengagement, construction of the Separation Wall, etc)           »  Divestment
»  Christian Zionism                    »  Israeli and international solidarity activities                    »  What you can do



Palestine Solidarity Committee would love to help you discuss this issue with your community. Invite friends over for dinner or tea and show a video and/or host a speaker who’s just back from witnessing the occupation. All is free of charge.
PSC will also conduct a SIDEWALK EDUCATION about Palestine and human rights if you or your neighborhood peace group, or other social justice minded community, would like to educate folks in your area, place of work, religious community, park, etc.
We have signs, banners, free standing text and picture displays, flyers, DVDs, books, and more. We can advertise your sidewalk education on this list.
For more information e-mail us at or call (206) 633-1086.


TELL BARTELL: Stop Selling SodaStream

Take action during the US Campaign to End the Occupation’s SODASTREAM MONTH OF ACTION November 28 - December 24

SodaStream is a product that directly benefits from Israel’s apartheid,
 with a factory located in an industrial zone that is part of an illegal Israeli settlement in the Occupied West Bank.  SodaStream says it is moving its factory out of the illegal settlement into the Negev region inside Israel. But that factory is part of Israel’s ongoing plan to force 40,000 Bedouin off their traditional agricultural land in the Negev and into smaller ghettos with low-paid factory jobs.  Both inside Israel and in the West Bank, SodaStream profits from Israel’s human rights abuses and discriminatory policies toward its non-Jewish citizens. 

We are bringing the international campaign to a local Seattle target.  Bartell Drugs still sells SodaStream, and Bartell is a locally-operated, family-run Puget Sound chain with headquarters in West Seattle.  Many of us shop in Bartell stores, and many of us are even recognized by staff in our neighborhood Bartell store.  With enough local pressure, Bartell would be able to decide at the local level to stop selling SodaStream.

We have phoned and faxed our concerns to George and Jean Bartell, CEOs of Bartell Drugs.  We asked for a meeting and have gotten no response so far.  We have also flashmobbed the downtown Bartell stores. Bartell needs to hear from you.
PHONE at      1-877-BARTELL (1-877-227-8355)
MAIL at          Bartell Drugs
                        4025 Delridge Way SW, Suite 400,
                        Seattle, WA 98106 

We have prepared a letter
, which tells Bartell why they should stop selling SodaStream.  You can use our letter — attached as a Word.doc and pasted below — or personalize and adapt it as you need, either by email or postal mail or print and hand-deliver to staff at your local Bartell branch. 

Watch APARTHEID ADVENTURES videos on SodaStream:

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Many of our alerts will be in response to biased reporting that negatively portrays Palestinians as the cause of the conflict.  We will ask you to write in, pointing out the flaws in those articles.  It's also very important to write in to support positive reporting.  In either case, you can email editors with an opinion or a correction of content.  In just a few lines you can get your view across.

For example:  "On Wednesday, December 8th, you published (“title of piece”).  In this article you stated that a relative period of calm had just ended in Israel.  Are you aware that according to the Israeli human rights organization, B'Tselem, there have been 30 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces during this period of 'relative calm?'  Eleven of those killed were under the age of 16, and 22 were noncombatants.  There is never a 'relative calm' for Palestinians living under Israeli military occupation."

Please keep the following in mind:

(1) Write whatever you have time and energy for.  If you can dash out a sentence or two, please do.  If you want to craft something longer and more detailed, please do.  Most newspapers have a word limit for letters to be published: Seattle Times and Seattle PI both have limits of 200 words, for example.  If you want to write more than that and don't want to edit down, send it anyway.

(2) In your opening sentence refer to the news story, column, or previously published letter you are responding to by its headline (or author if it's a letter) and the date it was published, for example:  "Thank you for covering the event at Westlake ‘Remembering the Dead’, Dec.1."

(3) Keep the tone of your letter respectful.  
Passion is fine, especially when backed up with solid facts, but avoid needlessly harsh language.  Be positive whenever possible.

(4) Resist the temptation to respond to every point in the article, and pick one or two points to focus on.

(5) If the article was generally positive towards Palestinians, but you are responding to misrepresentation or bias,
e.g., the paper using “disputed territories” instead of  “occupied territories,” or stating there’s been a “period of relative calm” because no Israelis have died in a period of time when Palestinians have been killed, thank the paper for publishing the article to encourage more coverage, and then make your critical points.

(6) Send your letter to the address that we will provide in our alert.  Be timely.  Responding within 24 hours is best, though within 2 or 3 days is still okay, and letters are still noticed even after that.  Include your full first and last name, street address, and day/night telephone numbers.  Only your name and city of residence will be included if your letter is published.

(7) Newspapers will not always publish sources or links in the body of your letter.  If you want to include references to support specific facts, do so but be aware that they might not be included.

(8) Use whatever relevant authority you have, for example, if you’ve had personal experience living or traveling to the Occupied Territories, if you are knowledgeable about the Middle East, etc.  However, authority can also be established by using correct facts and by writing a polite, logical, well-written letter.

(9) Proofread your letter
for errors.  If possible, have someone else read it for objective input.

(10) BCC or forward your letter to us separately at It's important to us to know what response is generated by our efforts.
Don't be discouraged if your letter is not printed.  Every time you submit a letter you are educating the editorial board of the paper, and you are weighing in on the side of justice when it comes to tallying how the public received a published piece.
If you do get published, the same paper will probably not publish you again for a month or two.  However, please continue to write letters to the editor as numbers always count and you will be helping another person with a similar viewpoint get published.

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Phone numbers and e-mail addresses for your U.S. Senators:

Phone numbers and e-mail addresses for your Congress members:

E-mails to most Congress members must be sent via their web sites. To access these sites, enter the URL supplied below into the address bar of your browser.
Senator Murray’s Foreign Affairs aide:
Ben McMakin in Washington: (202) 224-2621
To fax or e-mail Senator Murray: Fax: (206) 553-0891;

Senator Cantwell’s Foreign Affairs aide:
Sebastian Budoh in Washington: (202) 224-3441
To fax or email Senator Cantwell: Fax: 206-220-6404;

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The Free Gaza project, which aims to send ships of exiled Palestinians, banned (by Israel) internationals 
and Israeli activists working against the occupation to the Port of Gaza in May of 2008 to 
deliver much-needed medical supplies and show support and solidarity to the people of Gaza. 

For more information, visit the Free Gaza site at 

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There are many different ways to visit Israel and the Occupied Territories: with tour groups, on professional visits, and with activist organizations. Besides the brief list below, see our ISM section. Also, go to the U.S. Campaign to End the Occupation's page:   to see an updated list of tours.

NOTE: Although an entry below  may occasionally appear out of date, it's always worthwhile to check out each organization's web site, as a most accurate way of finding out what is being planned. 

For another up-to-date listing of ways to visit Palestine and Israel, see also the relevant section in the web site of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation:

American Jews for a Just Peace Health and Human Rights Delegation
The Health and Human Rights Project (HaHRP), a project of American Jews for a Just Peace (AJJP), takes delegations to Israel/Palestine, and we encourage all who are interested. In addition to meetings, the delegation has the opportunity to work with health care providers in different settings for a few days at a time.  The human rights and activism track consists of meetings together as a large group and customized to participants’ individual interests and expertise. Please write to  for more information or to request an application.  

The Health and Human Rights Project (HaHRP), a project of American Jews for a Just Peace (AJJP), announces its next delegation to Palestine/Israel, and we encourage all who are interested to apply! 
Who:    Approximately 15 people interested in traveling, meeting, and/or working in Palestine for two weeks and bringing their experiences home to work for justice in their own communities.
What: A 10-14 day program during which we will meet with Palestinian community leaders, activists, doctors, lawyers, farmers, families and more.  For 10 days, we will travel in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and inside Israel, deepening our understanding of Israeli apartheid in all of these areas through meetings with Palestinian and Israeli people.  While we are unable to travel in Gaza as a group, we will attempt to have contact with colleagues there through video conference.  For 5 days afterwards, health workers will have the opportunity to work directly with Palestinian and Israeli practioners in clinics and workshop settings.  We encourage everyone - health worker or not - to stay an extra few days if you are able, as our travel time together will be quite packed. 
Write to: for an application.
NOTE: This delegation has taken place, but take a look at for information about future delegations.


Palestine Cycle Tours: October 14th to 21st, 2014.
The chance to experience the cultural and religious diversity of this fascinating country
Secure and easy cycling in an enchanted landscape rich in history.


Are you thinking of going to Palestine/Israel? Are you interested in meeting Palestinian families, activists, community leaders, and political figures, and learning about life under occupation? Are you committed to turning education into action and working for justice? Then BIRTHRIGHT UNPLUGGED is for you!

Attention organizers, activists, students, faculty, artists, cultural workers, and more!!!

Since 2005, Birthright Unplugged has facilitated travel in Palestine for numerous groups. We do this because Palestinian people we work with welcome delegations and because we have found that when people have firsthand experiences of Palestine and relationships with Palestinians, it strengthens their resolve, credibility, and accountability to do sustained justice movement work.

Previous programs have included seven days of travel and optional, post-travel, short-term volunteer placements. Our work is designed to support work related to the 2005 call from Palestinian civil society for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against Israel (BDS). This call seeks to bring about the end of apartheid in Israel, the occupations of Gaza and the West Bank, and to implement the right of return for Palestinian refugees. It is a non-violent strategy that has been crucial to bringing about the end of other systems of oppression, most notably apartheid in South Africa. To date, we have worked with student and faculty groups, activists and organizers, and faith-based groups among many others to help develop and strengthen their respective understanding of the situation on the ground in Palestine and to support their BDS and campaign work in their home countries.

How To Apply:
Please download the application at and email it

See Birthright Unplugged web site for current information.



Delegates meet with representatives of Israeli and Palestinian peace and human rights groups in Jerusalem and Bethlehem to gain perspective on the conflict. They will tour the "security wall" separating Israel from the West Bank. They travel to the tensely divided city of Hebron, where CPT has been based since June 1995, and to the village of At-Tuwani in the South Hebron Hills, where CPT has had a team since 2004. They will visit Palestinian families whose homes and livelihoods are threatened by expanding Israeli settlements. They experience firsthand CPT's work of violence deterrence and human rights documentation and challenge the structural violence of the Occupation through nonviolent witness. 

Upcoming Delegations - Apply today!

Palestine/Israel Delegation:
October 9th - 22nd

November 29th - December 14th
 For more information or to apply, contact CPT, (PO Box 6508,
 Chicago, IL 60680; phone 773-277-0253; fax 773-277-0291; e-mail <> ) or see CPT's
 website at:


CODEPINK: Women Say No to War

Join CODEPINK on delegations to the Palestinian Occupied Territories.



Global Exchange's delegations to Palestine & Israel provide first-hand exposure to the daily struggles and realities of Palestinians living under Occupation. The delegations strive to further the US public's understanding of the conflict by listening to the aspirations and frustrations of Palestinians, by examining the dimensions of the human rights crisis under Israeli rule, as well as learning from Palestinians and Israelis who are working for a just peace and an end to the Occupation. 

 Upcoming Tours:

For more information you can contact Global Exchange
See also  
 (800-497-1994 x. 251) or email



Daily tours to all parts of Jerusalem and the West Bank. A mix of cultural and political tourism that will bring you to the heart of Palestinian society. Many of the tours visit refugee camps, settlements, and see sections of the Separation Barrier. Participants have the opportunity to meet with Palestinians, spend time in villages, volunteer, or visit the Bedouin.

Pick from scheduled day-trips:

or book a private tour:
- one day or a multi-day experience.
Serving Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron, Ramallah, Jenin and more.

Check web site for 2014 tours.

Contact director Fred Schlomka
with your questions. Tel +972-54-693-4433    A social enterprise in Palestine • Israel • West Bank


xxxFellowship of Reconciliation Interfaith Peace-Builders Delegation Fellowship of Reconciliation's Interfaith Peace-Builders sends delegations to Israel and Palestine so that U.S. citizens can see the conflict with their own eyes. Participants have the opportunity to learn directly from Israeli and Palestinian nonviolent peace/human-rights activists, to spend time in Palestinian and Israeli homes, and to experience the situation of Palestinians living under military occupation. Visit the Fellowship of Reconciliation for more information.


October 25th - November 7th: Olive Harvest delegation
And: same dates: African heritage delegation.
Check web page for application deadlines.



The International Solidarity Movement (ISM) is a Palestinian-led movement committed to resisting the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land using nonviolent, direct-action methods and principles. Founded by a small group of activists in August, 2001, ISM aims to support and strengthen the Palestinian popular resistance by providing the Palestinian people with two resources, international protection and a voice with which to nonviolently resist an overwhelming military occupation force.
   International Volunteers stand side by side with villagers in places like Bil'in as they continue their struggle to save village land from Israel's apartheid wall.
For further information on the ISM, go to the ISM website and  E-mail: contact

Call to action: Olive Harvest 2016

Ramallah, occupied Palestine
At a time of increasing settler violence in the West Bank, the International Solidarity Movement is issuing an urgent call for volunteers to participate in the 2016 olive-harvest on the invitation of Palestinian communities.
The harvest will begin in early October and run until mid-November. We request a minimum 2 week commitment from volunteers but stress that long-termers are needed as well. We kindly ask that volunteers start arriving in the first week of October, so we are prepared when the harvest begins.

Please see the ISM page - click here for further information.
In addition to the Olive Harvest Campaign, volunteers can also participate in regular ISM activities in support of the Palestinian popular struggle.



Human Rights Volunteers Needed In Palestine
Since 2002, the International Women’s Peace Service in Palestine (IWPS-Palestine) has been documenting and non-violently intervening in human rights abuses carried out by the Israeli military and Israeli settlers in the Occupied West Bank against the Palestinian civilian population. We are the only all women team of internationals working in the Occupied West Bank and we are currently looking for new volunteers to join us on the ground in Palestine.


Join ICAHD’s 2014 Summer Rebuilding Camp  --  See

ICAHD invites you to participate in its 12th annual summer rebuilding camp–a unique opportunity to rebuild a Palestinian home demolished by Israel as an act of political resistance and see the tangible results of your advocacy efforts. You will be working side-by-side with Palestinians, Israelis, local activists, residents, and often the family whose home was destroyed and you are helping to rebuild from the rubble–a truly moving and meaningful experience of resistance and solidarity. Over the years, hundreds of activists have participated in the camp, showing that by working together we can rebuild what has been destroyed, forge new relationships and through individual acts of solidarity make a meaningful difference to a family–a difference you will see realized when you hand them the keys to their new home.

The 2014 camp will be held August 3 – 18, 2014. Over this two-week period you will not only reconstruct an entire home, but also participate in an extensive education program with day tours throughout the Occupied Territory and Israel to deepen your understanding of the Occupation and the sources of the conflict. In the evenings you will engage with local activists, attend film screenings and participate in wide-ranging discussions analyzing the politics.

Every year hundreds of Palestinians are forced from their homes, homes built on land they own. They watch helplessly as Israeli bulldozers and pneumatic drills destroy in minutes both the physical structure called home and all that a home provides to a family. The Israeli government claims that these houses are illegal because they have been constructed without building permits; however, the Israeli authorities refuse to grant building permits to Palestinians. In reality the destruction of these homes facilitates Israeli territorial expansion and construction of the Wall, both illegal under international law.

Annually since 2003, ICAHD has made it possible for internationals and Israelis to join together with Palestinians in Anata, East Jerusalem, to resist the Occupation and rebuild the demolished home of a Palestinian family. 

ICAHD organizes numerous projects designed to engage the Israeli and international public with the issues of occupation and the path to peace. Through a combination of grassroots political activity, people-to-people programs and informational campaigns, we are able to influence public policy. Projects include House Rebuilding, Public Information, Alternative Tours, Exhibits, and Organizing a Civil Society Presence.

IN-DEPTH STUDY TOURS: Please consult the ICAHD web site for day-tours and in-depth tours that will be planned for the upcoming season.
Our alternative tours program includes in-depth study tours which go beyond the traditional tourist sites as the political realities that affect Palestinians and Israelis are explored. Participants witness the situation on both sides of the divide and travel to different geographical areas. Unique opportunities are provided to meet ICAHD staff and other key leaders to gain first-hand, in-depth knowledge and some of the latest analysis. Participants also meet extensively with Palestinians to hear their stories.
More details here:




The Joint Advocacy Initiative has initiated campaigns to highlight the daily oppression and injustice suffered under Israeli occupation. These campaigns target local and international partners to help raise awareness and solidify our partnership in the struggle for peace and justice. By sponsoring an olive tree, participating in the Boycott - Divestment - Sanctions call or purchasing local Palestinian products, you can help the Palestinians Keep Hope Alive.  

Among other activities, the Joint Advocacy Initiative of the East Jerusalem YMCA and YWCA of Palestine (JAI) and the Alternative Tourism Group (ATG) organizes an Olive Picking Program in Palestine. 



Middle East Children's Alliance Delegation to Palestine/Israel
On MECA's delegations take you on a geographic, political, historical and cultural tour of Palestine/Israel by MECA staff people. We travel by van to witness the impact of the Israeli occupation and visit organizations working for justice and equality. You learn about refugees, land confiscation, political prisoners, women's initiatives, mental and physical health issues, civil rights in Israel, and the lives of children. Group generally stays at the guesthouse of MECA's long-time partner Ibdaa Cultural Center in Dheisheh Refugee Camp, near Bethlehem. Ibdaa is a lively place in the heart of the community with great food and comfortable accommodations. 

For more up-to-date information on upcoming activities, see 
Contact: Deborah Agre at 510-548-0542 or



PSP is envisioned as a project dedicated to supporting Palestinian communities resisting the Israeli Occupation. We also believe firmly in the concept of sumoud—steadfastness—as a form of resistance. For many of the communities we work with, simply remaining on their land in the face of intimidation, violence, economic strangulation, and a history of forced displacement, is an act of resistance.

Join the Palestine Solidarity Project in Beit Ommar, Palestine, and become part of the growing international movement to support Palestinian popular resistance. We are in need of volunteers to join us this winter and spring as we struggle to end the Israeli occupation in all its forms and to promote justice and self-determination for the Palestinian people. We have a wide range of programs lined up for the next few months, and are in need of dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers to help make our goals a reality.

This winter we will be planting 3,000 trees in the Saffa region of Beit Ommar. The land in Saffa has been destroyed by settler attacks, and is now under threat of annexation by the neighboring Bat Ayn settlement. By planting on Palestinian land marked for annexation we hope to deter settlement expansion and support farmers as they remain steadfast on their land.

What We Do
1) Demonstrations against the continuing construction of the Apartheid Wall, Israeli-only roads and Israeli settlements in villages in southern Palestine.
2) Removing illegal roadblocks and other structures designed to isolate one Palestinian community from another, and preventing Palestinian freedom of movement.
3) Joining farmers as they work their land which is in constant danger of being “confiscated” by Israel.
4) Replanting Palestinian crops that have been destroyed by Israeli settlers, with the aim of enabling those Palestinian communities directly affected by settler violence to remain on their land.
5) Working closely with families affected by frequent violence from nearby settlements by documenting the violence and providing an international presence to deter settler assaults

For information on how you can participate, see,, and
or write to:


 El Beit- The Arab Women Union Guesthouse

a)  At the Arab Women's Union we have created the only guesthouse in Palestine that will transport you to a traditional Palestinian home including delicious homemade Palestinian food all made by members of the Arab Women's Union. These women are housewives and have no regular income so the money they earn from the Guesthouse will help support their families.
The Arab Women Union Guesthouse in Beit Sahour has room for about 33 people and hosts both individuals and groups. The Guesthouse has rooms with two, three and four beds. All rooms with private toilet and shower. There is a living room and dining room and a terrace to sit outside.
The guesthouse is simple and clean and located in a quiet area. There are two supermarkets nearby and Beit Sahour has several nice restaurants on walking distance. There are shared taxis and a bus to Bethlehem from Suq al Shaab, the main square in Beit Sahour, 10 minutes walk from the guesthouse. A private taxi can pick you up and take you to Bethlehem for 10 shekels.

b)  The money you give in exchange for residing at the guesthouse will not only support the local Beit Sahour community but will also help keep The Arab Women's Union running. The Arab Women's Union provides careers for local Palestinian women and also boasts various programs serving the local community:
   -  Childcare program which provides affordable or free care to Beit Sahour's children six days a week, serving 70 children ranging in age from 1 month to 3 years.
   -  Al-Basma Special Needs Center provides special care, teaches self-sufficiency and gives a space for Beit Sahour's special needs population to feel more accepted. Al-Basma also offers a myriad of programs and activities like making notebooks out of recycled paper, weaving, making renewable heat sources, and creating olive wood carvings. For more information:

George S. Rishmawi  Coordinator, Siraj, Center For Holy Land Studies
Beit Sahour, Schoold Street
P.O.Box 48


Tel: +972 2 274 8590
Fax: +972 2 274 8774
Mobile: 0599 180 872 or 0522 50 20 79
USA number: 1 989 607 9480
Skype: georgerish


ABOUT SABEEL: Sabeel is an ecumenical grassroots liberation theology movement among Palestinian Christians. Inspired by the life and teaching of Jesus Christ, this liberation theology seeks to deepen the faith of Palestinian Christians, promote unity, justice and love. Sabeel also works to promote a more accurate international awareness regarding the identity, presence, and witness of Palestinian Christians as well as their contemporary concerns. It encourages individuals and groups worldwide to work for a just, comprehensive, and enduring peace informed by truth and empowered by prayer and action.

Upcoming activities - Fall Witness Visit, November 12, 2014

For a listing of faith-based travel and conference opportunities see Sabeel's site:

Contact: Sabeel-Jerusalem
P.O.B. 49084 Jerusalem 91491

Come to Palestine  -  Palestine is the place to visit, learn, share, and be a witness

The Siraj Center, in cooperation with partners, provides unique opportunities for travel to Palestine and the Holy Land. Our tours and visit varies between busing tours into pure hiking and walking along the Nativity Trail and the Abraham Path, in the mountains and wilderness. Biking is a new way of touring Palestine and the Holy Land by visiting Also our annual program the Palestinian Summer Celebration is open for all ages.
Come to Palestine, Hike, Bike along the steps of history and the Prophets meet the people and enjoy their Culture, have a first hand experience of the Political situation,  visit all Holy Sites through all of the Holy Land, Travel Ethically and Responsibly

Come and celebrate Palestine! The Palestinian Summer Celebration is a unique annual program that gives people from all over the world the chance to encounter the life, culture, and politics of Palestine. Learn Arabic and study Palestinian history at Bethlehem University, spend time with local families and volunteer with a community organization.

The Palestinian Summer Celebration 2014  - see
29 June – 01 August 2014 (1st month)
03 – 31 August 2014 (2nd month)

For descriptions of a wide variety of activities sponsored by Siraj Center, see:
This page lists our Programs and Travel activities including local community trainings, local host family programs, hiking and cultural programs, cycling programs, fact finding programs, Interfaith programs, youth exchange programs, and more.

Inter-religious and Inter-cultural Explorations of the Holy Land
Participants in this tour will explore the religious diversity and cultural richness of Israel and Palestine. We will investigate holy sites, listen to devotees, observe religious practices, delve into group beliefs and values, and ponder the religious experiences of the peoples of Israel and Palestine. Special attention will be given to the diversity of Jewish life, the vibrancy of Islam, and a selection of the indigenous Christian communities of Israel and Palestine. How have such lusciously flowered religions survived, adapted, and blossomed in the ‘desert’?

The Abraham Path
Come and Walk along the steps of Abraham, learn about the culture, traditions and values of Abraham.

In order to follow up with our walking tours in Palestine, please visit :

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