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...

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...

Tour of the destroyed Palestinian village Mi’ar in the Galilee

Zochrot invites the public to tour at the destroyed Palestinian village Mi'ar and meet displaced people of the village. During the activity we will...

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...
The Walled Off Hotel. Photographer: Hazem Bader/AFP/Getty Images

Palestinians want tourists to spend time on the West Bank

And now a message from the Palestinian Authority: Walk in the footsteps of Jesus, enjoy some savory hummus and stuffed grape leaves, and please,...

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...

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...

The “Wall Museum” – Palestinian Stories on the Wall in Bethlehem

Once the area around Rachel’s Tomb, a pilgrimage place for Muslims, Christians and Jews, was one of the liveliest in Bethlehem. The Hebron Road connected Jerusalem with Bethlehem:...

Palestinian Authority Tops UN List of Fastest-growing Tourist Destinations

Israel and the Palestinian Authority were two of the places with the most dramatic rise in tourism in the first half of 2017, according...

Palestinians hit back at graffiti tourists

Jaclynn Ashly, a freelance journalist based in Bethlehem, Palestine who centres her work on politics, human rights and culture in Israel and the occupied...

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Mats Svensson, a former Swedish diplomat whose personal experience of Palestine opened up the possibility of rethinking through Palestinian narratives, clarifies the role of...

Christians Fleeing the Holy Land From Economic and Political Despair: How Christians Can Help...

The Holy Land is the birthplace and resurrection site of Jesus Christ. Christians around the world hold this area in high regards and thousands...