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Don't deny the names of our favorite dishes

  • 2018-02-19
  • By Tanushka Marah
  • Reading : 10

When Reem Kassis brought home acceptance letters from top American universities, a family acquaintance quipped: "Why bother paying for such an expensive education? Don't you know, like all Arab women, she is going to end up in the kitchen?" Kassis left Palestine. She flourished with a degree and exciting work but, once in London, after a break when she became a mother, she admitted her great joys were writing and cooking and thus comes her beautiful book on Palestinian cookery

Tour Reveals Stunning History of Old City Bethlehem

  • 2018-02-18
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 24

Over 20 people, including Palestinian journalists, researchers and internationals, on Thursday, took part in a tour in the Old City District of Bethlehem, to learn more about the citys history and little known facts.

Al-Yasmina Neighborhood in Nablus: Abandoned History

  • 2018-02-15
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 31

At the entrance of the old town of Nablus and to the west of the city lies the well-known neighborhood of Yasmina, with walls lamenting their luck after the majority of commercial establishments left its narrow streets, moving into larger commercial complexes and high-walled markets, at a time a large number of young people moved out of it, leaving it only for elders.

A historical landmark and religious symbol at Al-Aqsa Mosque

  • 2018-02-14
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 44

The ancient Aqsa has a great historical and religious value and it is an important archaeological landmark at Al-Aqsa Mosque. It was built by the Umayyads and became a cultural landmark for visitors.

Mazari' al-Nubani: Natural beauty and old history

  • 2018-02-13
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 19

One can smell the fragrance of flowers mixed with the smell of old stones while walking in the ancient alleys of Mazari' al-Nubani village north of Ramallah. Here is a wall made of red stones that attract the visitors, for example, and there is a corridor made of rocks that add more beauty to the village.

Byzantine cemetery unearthed in occupied West Bank

  • 2018-02-11
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 29

The Palestinian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced on Friday that it has unearthed a Byzantine cemetery near Nablus in the occupied West Bank, Quds Press has reported. The ministry said that the ancient cemetery was discovered after excavations by its archaeologists to the west of the city.

Bab Al-Sahira is one of the historical gates of the city of Jerusalem. It is rich in decoration and is located at the northern wall of the city, to the east of Bab al-Amud, and it leads to Al-Saadia and Haret Bab Hatta.

Shushbarak: Palestinian Dish Enjoyed by Palestinians

  • 2018-02-01
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 34

One popular restaurant at the entrance of the city of Hebron, located at the Jerusalem square in particular, where dozens of classic and popular restaurants offer Hebron Qidra, Maqlubih, Mansaf, Mandi, and Musakhan, is characterized by old dishes that have a unique taste enjoyed only by the rich in Palestine.

Gazan unearths ancient graves in vegetable patch

  • 2018-01-28
  • News Agency
  • Reading : 41

BEIT HANUN: When Abdul Karim Al-Kafarnah went to check the rainwater gushing down a hole in his garden he was in for quite a shock hidden steps led him down to an ancient grave complex.

Tell Ahed She Can Make Them Go Away, by Magic, and to Sing

  • 2018-01-23
  • By Rima Najjar
  • Reading : 90

I wish Caryl Churchill would write a follow up to her play Seven Jewish Children and call it Seven Palestinian Children.