Palestine & Palestinians Guide Book
More than an ordinary tourist Guidebook, this book provides an in-depth discovery of the entire range of Palestinian culture: historical, archaeological, religious, and architectural, as well as the daily realities of Israeli Occupation. It describes places rooted in Palestinian memory, sites which bear witness to a history and identity created from contact with civilizations of the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and the Arab peninsula, but also the contemporary tragedies and struggle of the Palestinian people for recognition of their rights.
A great variety of documentary material, biographies of culturally and politically significant personalities, poems, popular songs and a recommended reading list provide the reader with many opportunities to broaden horizons. In addition, the reader will find a good number of contacts for institutions and associations which offer talks and the opportunity to meet local people in their homes.
The book gives complete practical information (transport, hotels, cafes, restaurants, museums, and cultural centers), in order to help plan a visit that will be an unforgettable experience. We invite you to contact us, whether to share your own recommendations for use in future editions of this books, or indeed to join us in one of our many activities and to get bitten by a bug that brings our guests and friends back, time after time after time, with eve increasing levels of commitment and dedication to our cause, and love for our people.
An Invitation to discover Palestine.
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