8,000 Israelis travelled to Dubai to celebrate the New Year and they apparently took hashish and marijuana with them to the UAE.
Zionist regime seems to be starting to turn some roads in the occupied West Bank into a settlers’-only roads.
Church of the Nativity, the original basilica, was completed in 339 but it was destroyed by fire during the Samaritan Revolts of the 6th century.
A beautiful valley is located in an area covered with walnut trees, almonds, grapes, figs and oaks called the Valley of Walnut, falling between two mountains below Ayin Nanqar, in the southern western area of the city of al-Khalil, which barely sees the sun due to the abundance of trees
Throughout the year, between green valleys and slopes, the town of Ijnisinya to the north-west of the city of Nablus, enjoys an exceptionally beautiful weather. Its territory embraces a fascinating heritage and history, surrounded by the old towns of Sebastia, Nus Ajbil, Bit Amrin and Naqoura. It is 10 minutes away from the center of Nablus city and minutes away from the town of Asira Al-Shamaliya.
Um Mahmoud, 50, sits in her modest house in the village of Farkha in the northern West Bank town of Salfit. She prepares cookies with her sons and their wives, being the most important ritual of her childhood, initiated by her mother and grandparents.
Mango has the lion’s share when it comes to the population’s fruits preferences in summer in the Gaza Strip, as it is available in large quantities in the markets, both local and imported.
The village of Yassid is located to the north of the city of Nablus. It is bordered by villages and towns located in the governorates of Nablus, Tubas and Jenin.
Beit Jeez located 9.3 miles SE of Ramlah was one of hundreds of Palestinian villages obliterated by the occupying Israeli army.
Palestinian prof. said the Israeli excavations in Quds are aimed at obliterating the Arab and Palestinian history in the city.
Only three meters away from the Apartheid Wall built at the northern entrance of the city of Beit Lahm ('Bethlehem') to the south of the occupied West Bank, a hotel was built and named after the Israeli apartheid wall, with its owner describing it as the hotel with ‘the worst view in the world’.