Ramallah struggles to lure tourists despite competitive facilities

The Palestinian city of Ramallah, just north of Jerusalem, is opening its arms to tourists, marking itself as a hip, energetic destination with accommodations...

Palestinians to claim Tomb of Patriarchs on UN Heritage List

The World Heritage Committee is set to debate inscribing the Old City of Hebron – including its Tomb of the Patriarchs – to the...

Welcome to the Largest Online Encyclopaedia of Palestine And growing.

Welcome to Palestine is now the largest online encyclopaedia of Palestine in English! An incredible, ever-growing resource for everything Palestinian - from daily news...

Bike Palestine!

In the last decade, Palestine has taken off as a destination for cycling enthusiasts of all ages both as a place to enjoy the...

West Bank walking trail highlights Palestinian heritage, culture

A group of Palestinians and foreign tourists departed April 19 on a 21-day hiking expedition to explore the history and sites of the West Bank. The trail they followed is...

Palestinian storyteller brings fresh vision to ancient tradition

Stories and folktales are some of the oldest narrative forms in Arabic literature. There is no accurate history of their origin, but according to...

Conferences and Witness Trips

Come and See Israel/Palestine Witness Trip May 10, 2017 to May 22, 2017 Experience the daily life of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation: the wall, settlements,...

Settlements and National Parks

Israeli control over parts of East Jerusalem inside and next to the Palestinian neighborhoods strengthens, Palestinian control over East Jerusalem weakens, and their physical...

Ir Amim leads study tours of Jerusalem

Ir Amim leads study tours of Jerusalem Ir Amim leads study tours of Jerusalem to introduce participants to the social, economic and political issues...

What’s left of peace- a touristic approach

With the two-state solution in peril 50 years after the West Bank was occupied by Israel, the half-Jewish, half-Palestinian author Claire Hajaj walks a...

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„Balfour“ war ein politisches Blutbad: Jetzt muss UK Buße tun, Kirchen schützen und sich...

Palestine Update Nr. 63 – 13. August 2017 – Balfour Meinung „Balfour“ war ein politisches Blutbad: Jetzt muss UK Buße tun, Kirchen schützen und sich für...

Don’t do injustice to Gaza

More than three years ago, Gaza lived through an indescribable inferno due to criminal Israeli aggression, which resulted in the martyrdom of 2,250 people,...

Israel suspends contentious settlement law as it demolishes homes in Naqab

Israel froze a controversial settlement law that legalizes dozens of Jewish settlements built on private Palestinian land, which the UN labeled a “thick red...