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Post 25: Peace.

I’m finding it hard to wrap my head around this – but my stay here in Palestine is already drawing to a close. The last few days have been full of goodbyes and see you soon’s, ceremonies and a few more small trips. 779 more words

Sebastia --> Nablus

Being in Palestine, I find myself surrounded by layers of paradoxes. The first and perhaps most obvious and immediately visible layer is my residence for the summer—Aida Camp, Bethlehem. 1.684 more words

Travel

Israeli Soldiers Detain Archbishop Hanna

Israeli soldiers kidnapped, Saturday, Archbishop of Sebastia of the Greek Orthodox Church of occupied Jerusalem, Theodosius Attallah Hanna, and held him for several hours in the Etzion military and security base, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

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The International Reporter

The Good Samaritan(s) continued....

Forgive me…I made a mistake in my last blog. The Samaritans are not just Palestinian, they hold three passports, A Palestinian, an Israeli and a Jordanian passport. 961 more words

West Bank Archaeological Politics

Ancient Israelite capital Sebastia, site of important Roman and Crusader ruins, lies unprotected because of security situation.

The Times of Israel reports:

The ancient town of Sebastia is one of the major archaeological sites of the Holy Land, with its overlapping layers of history dating back nearly 3,000 years.

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Biblical Archaeology

West Bank Archaeological Politics

Ancient Israelite capital Sebastia, site of important Roman and Crusader ruins, lies unprotected because of security situation.

The Times of Israel reports:

The ancient town of Sebastia is one of the major archaeological sites of the Holy Land, with its overlapping layers of history dating back nearly 3,000 years.

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links to the land

Recently (May 14-25) I was privileged to fulfill a long-time dream: to make a trip to Israel! I intend to begin posting in regard to this trip next week. 550 more words

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