Young Ambassador Hala and her mother Maisa Ali Hamdan represented their Palestinian culture and heritage at Mery Institute and Country Day School. Maisa and Hala are Palestinian Americans who live in Missouri State in the USA. Hala’s School launches an international Expo every year and students from different cultural backgrounds remember their countries of origin
Every year around this time, the green almonds season starts in Palestine. Lots of people like to eat the green and sour almond fruit. It is normally eaten with salt. It is said to be delicious, you should try it. Thanks to Nasreen Khawalid and Eman Jacoub for sharing the photos with us.
Muhamad Fawzi, Palestinian Cameraman who is a refugee and grow up in UNRWA Deheisha camp in Bethlehem is one of the most important photographers in the USA in the fashion industry. Muhamad works for celebrities, he also covered Miss Beauty of the World competition as well. Here is some of the Amazing photos he took.
Imtiyaz is a member of a walking group established to encourage youth to know their homeland. The group is made of children and adults. They meets weekly and they go out to a new location that is normally unknown or remote with a plan to explore it, encourage sport through walking and for young people
Palestinian families have limited options when we talk about Holiday time. Having said this, the circumstances in which they live made them look for alternatives. Parents are often creative and they escape to nature to find peace and tranquility. The article of today, shows some photos taken by Ali Santrisey from Jaricho city on a
Shefa-ʻAmr, also Shfar’am is an Arab city in the Northern District of Israel. In 2017 it had a population of 41,024, with a Sunni Muslim majority alongside large Christian and Druze minorities. Thanks to Nasreen Khawalid for sending us this contribution about her hometown.
Al-Walaja or al-Walaja is a Palestinian village in the West Bank, four kilometers northwest of Bethlehem City. It is an enclave in the Seam Zone, near the Green Line. Al-Walaja is partly under the jurisdiction of the Bethlehem Governorate and partly of the Jerusalem Municipality. We would like to thank Mounir Kleibo for sharing with