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Siraj Center
Siraj creates links between Palestinian people and friends from around the world through educational tourism and cultural exchange
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Siraj Center Oct 31
It is a privilege to attend any Palestinian meal - the host families will reward visitors with scrumptious dishes and a good chat
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Siraj Center Oct 14
There are musical instruments that Palestinian people make and use, such as: Darbuka or Tabla: is one of the types of drums,with the difference in shape,made of clay or copper,or aluminum,and it is played with both hands.
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Siraj Center Sep 28
Bethlehem located in the central west bank of Palestine,it is the little town where Jesus Christ was born. Today,it is a spiritual and cultural hub. It is a destination with an upgraded tourism infrastructure and ready to welcome visitors any time of year.
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Siraj Center Sep 26
Not surprisingly, Palestine hosts myriad architectonical treasures - Travel to Palestine and uncover these gems of the past!
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Siraj Center Sep 18
Maqluba is Palestine’s national dish,cooked in one pot,it consists of meat,rice &fried vegetables placed in a pot which is flipped upside down when served.While there are different versions of it,the basic principle is in its name maqluba means upside down
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Siraj Center Sep 16
MONASTERY OF TEMPTATION is a Greek Orthodox monastery located in Jericho,It was built on the slopes of the Mount of Temptation 350 meters above sea level,commanding a magnificent view of the Jordan Valley,It is the site where Jesus spent 40 days and nights fasting and meditating
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Siraj Center Sep 12
Mansaf is a traditional Jordanian and Palestinian dish made of lamb cooked in a sauce of fermented dried yogurt and served with rice. It is normally served in Weddings or for precious guests.
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Siraj Center Sep 7
Palestine offers much more than historical and religious tourism: Its landscapes offer outstanding views, and hikes will be rewarded with a peek into traditional Palestinian rural lifestyle. Photo credits to Fritz Meyst
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Siraj Center Sep 3
Discover the Beauty of Palestine, from its hospitable people and rich cultural heritage to its beautiful landscape and diverse cuisine, Palestine has lots to offer besides its many shrines, Churches & Mosques.
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Siraj Center Sep 1
The old city of May the star of Bethlehem shine in your bath. ~ Samael Aun Weor Photos shared Danial Giacaman Photography
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Siraj Center Aug 31
Palestine, life changing experiences The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single steps
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Siraj Center Aug 30
The city of Hebron is considered the gateway to the economy of Palestine & is famous for many industries.The most famous of which are glass & ceramics. Al Khalil (Hebron) was listed as a World Craft City in 2016 by the World Crafts Council.
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Siraj Center Aug 29
This is a video about the work Siraj Center for Holy Land Studies is doing as part of its efforts in responsible tourism.Siraj is a project of the Alternative Travel Department of the Palestinian Centre for Rapprochement between People(PCR)for more info..
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Siraj Center Aug 28
Travelling to anywhere in the world means having new experiences.If you are in Palestine,it's really a must to try the Palestinian authentic dishes sush as Musakhan.Composed of roasted chicken baked with onions, sumac,allspice,saffron,and fried pine nuts served over taboon bread
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Siraj Center Aug 26
Qumran: Located 15 kilometers south of Jericho on the western shore of the Dead Sea, this is the site where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were found. A Palestinian shepherd who was looking for a stray goat made the discovery of the scrolls in 1947.
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Siraj Center Aug 25
The combination of the Palestinian rich culinary heritage, its fresh products, and the hospitality of its people make Palestine a destination not to miss for any foodie traveler. Photo credits to Fritz Meyst
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Siraj Center Aug 22
Welcome to Palestine, to our Holy Land By: Mohamed Omar Resources: travel Palestine
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Siraj Center Aug 20
Faqu’a is in the northern West Bank,11 Km east of Jenin,it’s overlooks the Jordan River Valley to the east and the Marj Ibin Amer Valley to the west.The village is famous with the finest quality of Cactus through all over Palestine.The town has a Roman and Byzantine history...
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Siraj Center Aug 19
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Siraj Center Aug 17
Nazareth is known as the city where Jesus lived as a child, and accordingly, there are many attractions that draw pilgrims from around the world.
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