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  1. Roman Palestine, 200-400: Money and prices (Bar-Ilan studies in Near Eastern languages and culture) by Daniel Sperber, 1991
  2. Orientalism and Visual Culture: Imagining Mesopotamia in Nineteenth-Century Europe.(Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine: A Victorian Photographer Abroad)(Book ... review) : An article from: The Art Bulletin by Zeynep Celik, 2006-03-01
  3. Before The Rainbow Fades
  4. The Archaeology of Palestine, a Survey of the Ancient Peoples and Cultures of the Holy Land, Illustrated with Photographs, Diagrams, and Line Drawings. (Pelican Archaeology Series)
  5. The Archaeology of Palestine, a Survey of the Ancient Peoples and Cultures of the Holy Land, Issulstrated with Photographs, Diagrams, and Line Drawings. (Pelican Archaeology Series)
  6. A reconstruction and functional interpretation of the urban age culture of selected sites in Palestine by Charles V Adams, 1965
  8. Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture Volume 9, No. 4 2002 by ed.) Abu-Zayyad, 2002
  9. Apiculture in ancient Palestine: A comparative study by Edward Neufeld, 1968
  10. Palestine and modern Arab poetry (Middle East, culture and revolution) by Khalid A Sulaiman, 1984
  11. El ha'ayin ("Back to the sources") materials for Bible study circles issued by The World Jewish Bible Society and The Israel Society for Biblical Research, ... of Palestine according to the book of Joshua by Jehudah Elitzur, 1960
  12. Palestine annals by Nadhim Siyala, 1969
  13. Churchill and Palestine, 1939-1942 (Publications-Centre for Study and Research of the History of "Eretz Yisrael" and its "Yishuv" of Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi and the Hebrew University) by Gavriel Cohen, 1976
  14. The Palestine question by Hassan bin Talal, 1968

61. Johaina > Countries > Levant > Palestine > Sections > Culture & Arts
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62. Palestine Center - News And Information From The Jerusalem Fund And The Palestin
of events, such as art exhibits, booksignings, and poetry readings in an effortto present the rich cultural mosaic of Palestinian and Arab culture to the
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Gaza Humanitarian Crisis Stretches Limits of Aid Organizations
, Report from a Palestine Center briefing by Maher Nasser - 24 May 2004
Ashrawi: The Call for a Binational State Is Not a Political Program
, Report from a Palestine Center briefing by Dr. Hanan Ashrawi - 17 May 2004
Torture of Iraqi Prisoners Spotlights Israeli Treatment of Palestinian Prisoners
, Information Brief by Catherine Cook - 11 May 2004
Israeli Political Options After the Vote
, Information Brief by Ilan Pappe - 6 May 2004
Is Gaza Development Possible Without Peace?

As Quartet Meets, Ghosts of Peace Plans Past
, Information Brief by Casey Patrick Reilly - 3 May 2004
Sharon's Plan: A Shift from Occupation to Siege
, Report from a Palestine Center briefing by Phyllis Bennis - 29 April 2004
Mordechai Vanunu Released: Time for a Nuclear Free Middle East
, Information Brief by Palestine Center Staff - 21 April 2004
Palestinian Prisoners
, a Palestine Center Fact Sheet - 15 April 2004
Disengaging from the Road Map
, Palestine Center Policy Brief by Samar Assad - 14 April 2004 Islamic Calligraphy , objects and writings, traditional and contemporary - on display now!

63. Culture Et Politique En Méditerranée: Information Et Identité Méditerranéen
Translate this page Dreams of nation (The palestine film festival) et RIFF (Ramallah International FilmFestival est aussi un enjeu central pour préserver la culture lorsque celle

64. Palestine And Israel :: Intervention Magazine :: War, Politics, Culture
War, Politics, culture. There are significant moral differences between the PalestineAuthority and Israel; to deny these differences is tantamount to willing

65.   Fine Arts College`s Students In Need
propose aims at counteracting these negative perceptions, by exposing another faceof palestine and Palestinians, aspects of their lives and culture which are Prog/fine.htm
Palestinian Folklore Exhibition: Project Proposal
Palestinian heritage has been extremely affected by the ongoing conflict over the past decades. Traditions that have prevailed for generations are becoming increasingly difficult to preserve under the current circumstances. For instance, the Palestinian dress usually worn at traditional occasions, weddings or parties are seldom used today, and the embroideries produced by our grandparents are gradually disappearing. Israeli occupation has damaged the social life of Palestinian people. The hardships they suffer, such as closures, roadblocks, curfews, economic depression, poverty and insecurity, have hindered the preservation and development of their traditions and customs. Moreover, some operations and actions were directly aimed at eradicating or stealing Palestinian memory and culture.
For these reasons, we are encouraged to defend our culture and make it known to the rest of the world. We believe awareness of our folklore around the globe would have a positive effect on our struggle for self-determination and identity. We wish to express our humanity, by exhibiting our traditional dances, dress style, music, literature, customs and ways of life.

66. Arabic News Weekly Edition For Palestine, 5/20/2002
UAE president helps a church and a mosque rebuild after Israeli assault United ArabEmiratespalestine, culture, 5/25/2002 Delegation of Palestinian struggle
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UAE president helps a church and a mosque rebuild after Israeli assault
United Arab Emirates Palestine, Culture, 5/25/2002
Delegation of Palestinian struggle support association visits Cairo
The aid may be unimportant, but it is of a great symbolic value, and evidences the ties of fraternity and solidarity of the Moroccan people with Palestinians in their legitimate struggle to recover its abused rights, Oulaalou said. Morocco Palestine, Politics, 5/25/2002 Nasrullah vows support to the Palestinian Intifada Lebanon Palestine, Politics, 5/25/2002 Daily Telegraph: Israel works to divide the West Bank into isolated entities The British daily Daily Telegraph reported Friday that Israel is relentlessly working in order to divide the West Bank into isolated entities separated from each other. Palestine Israel, Politics, 5/25/2002

67. Arabic News Weekly Edition For Palestine, 5/13/2002
in palestine palestineLebanon, Politics, 5/18/2002 Rabat wilaya donates 4 mlndirhams to al-Quds fund Morocco-palestine, culture, 5/18/2002 Arafat no
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The statement of the Druze initiative committee in Palestine
Palestine Lebanon, Politics, 5/18/2002
Rabat wilaya donates 4 mln dirhams to al-Quds fund
Morocco Palestine, Culture, 5/18/2002 Arafat: no elections before the end of the occupation The chairman of the Palestinian Authority Yasser Arafat said on Friday that he will not make general elections until the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories will be eliminated. Palestine, Politics, 5/18/2002 First Palestinian competitor for Arafat The political sciences teacher at al- Najah university in Nablus Abdul Sattar qasem announced his nomination for the Palestinian elections to the post of the chairman of the Palestinian Authority in challenge of Yasser Arafat of which Qasem said he "failed as a leader," describing the current Palestinian leadership as dangerous because it is "corrupted and far away from democracy." Palestine, Politics, 5/18/2002

68. Museum For East Texas Culture In Palestine, TX - Details |
OVERVIEW The Museum For East Texas culture resides in the old PalestineHigh School building on Micheaux Street in Reagan Park. museums :: Museum For East Texas Culture details
Museum For East Texas Culture
OVERVIEW The Museum For East Texas Culture resides in the old Palestine High School building on Micheaux Street in Reagan Park. It was designed and built in 1915-16. The Museum officially opened on March 19, 1982, for the first weekend of the Dogwood Trails. URL LOCATION 400 South Micheaux Street, Palestine, TX, USA
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69. Article Titles
2 (March 2004) 135139 palestine and Truth, culture and Imperialism The Legacyof Edward W Said Ilan Pappé I belong to a very particular and limited group

70. The Crazy Palestinian's Permaculture Page
to the enormous energy already embodied in industrial systems and culture. PermaculturePage Marda Permaculture Centre Nabluus, palestine in (temporary) exile
Wherein good design in front makes less work behind! Ahllan wa sahllan! My name is Murad and I am here to tell you, permaculture is the way to go, man! Permaculture is PERMAnant agriCULTURE... Acres USA:
"The more you understand, the more you can put nature to work for you, the less you need." Mollison:
"That's right. You should be thinking of getting out of work in six years time. You should be moving to where you don't have to move, you're just running around on the farm and admiring the ways the trees are working for you. This mate of mine... he's got a great big sign up on his farm, and it says: 'Employed on this farm are one stockman, one irrigation man and 50 billion worms. That's all.'"
    Permaculture is the design of human living spaces around environmental principles. Permaculture is not an end or destination, but rather a means or road leading towards sustainable and ecologically sound ways to meet human needs. Permaculture uses thoughtful observation rather than mindless labor. It uses cunning not resources. It works to slow the rate of increase of entropy (disorder). It turns waste to resources problems into assets. Permaculturists treat every situation differently work parallel to nature not at right angles to it. They care for the earth, care for people, give away surplus, and always pick up hitch-hikers.
To become a practitioner of Permaculture, you must first take a Permaculture Design Course and be certified. Permaculture Design Courses are going on regularly in 40 nations now. There are even regular convergences of Permaculture teachers, and Institutes for advancement of the science.

71. UK Indymedia | Palestine Film Route 181 Censored By French Culture Ministry
palestine film Route 181 Censored by French culture Ministry. PressRelease, Sindibad Films, 15 March 2004, 15.03.2004 1834. In an
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Press Release, Sindibad Films, 15 March 2004, 15.03.2004 18:34 In an unprecedented move, the organisers of France’s largest
documentary film festival, Le Festival du Cinיma du Rיel (4 to 14
March 2004), held annually at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, have
cancelled one of the screenings of the film Route 181 –
Fragments of a Journey to Palestine-Israel, which is co-directed
by the Palestinian Michel Khleifi and the Israeli Eyal Sivan.
Route 181 is the result of Khleifi and Sivan's two month journey from the south to the north of their country of birth they traced their trajectory on a map and called it Route 181. This virtual line follows the borders outlined in Resolution 181, which was adopted by the United Nations on November 29th 1947 to partition Palestine into two states. As they travel along this route, they meet women and men, Israeli and Palestinian, young and old, civilians and soldiers, filming them in their everyday lives.
Khleifi, a Palestinian, and Sivan, a Jewish Israeli, are not the first filmmakers from the region who have found their work on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to be met with censorship. Elia Sulieman's film Divine Intervention was originally deemed not eligible by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts to enter into the competition for Best Foreign Film because the film is not from a country recognized by the UN (the Academy has no published rules stipulating this qualification). Mohammed Barki's documentary Jenin, Jenin, which shows in harrowing detail the aftermath of Israel's early 2002 invasion, is forbidden to be screened in Israel.

72. Culture And Resistance, By Edward W. Said And David Barsamian
Edward Said (1935–2003), a renowned cultural and literary critic, was born in Jerusalem,palestine, and was educated there, in Egypt, and the United States.
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For information on foreign rights on this title, check our alphabetical listing here or contact South End Press. Dishonest Broker: The U.S. Role in Israel and Palestine [Said is] one of the most influential literary and cultural critics in the world. David Barsamian is the Studs Terkel of our generation. "[C]ulture is a way of fighting against extinction and obliteration" says renowned cultural and literary critic

73. Material Culture
Archaeology of Egypt and Canaan. This site has moved. We ll try tosend you to the new location automatically. If your web browser
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74. Palestinian National Authority
Palestinian National Authority. Ministry Of culture. The Page isUnder Construction. contact us Tel++9722-2986205/6 Fax ++972

75. UT - MENIC: Countries And Regions: Palestinian Authority
Palestinian Authority (AsSultah al-Filistiniyah). CIA World Factbook GazaStrip and West Bank; Palestinian test Home page; Welcome to palestine.

76. Palestinian - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Palestinian Bedouin, however, are much more securely known to be Arab by ancestryas well as by culture; their distinctively conservative dialects and
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While there are various older or different definitions of "Palestinian" (discussed in Definitions of Palestine ), the overwhelming majority of uses of "Palestinian" today are in reference to the people, mainly Arabs, whose ancestors had inhabited British Mandate Palestine during the centuries immediately before 1918, and who are the main topic of this article. The Palestinians are a group of mainly Arabic speakers who regard themselves as a distinct branch of the Arabic -speaking peoples, with family origin in the region called Palestine being the defining characteristic. As such, the designation is independent of nationality and religion. While most Palestinians define themselves as Arabs , some Palestinian intellectuals prefer to emphasize their continuity with the previous population of the area, and see themselves as Canaanite rather than Arab (cf. Abu-Sahlieh ). The great majority of Palestinians are the descendants of Arabic speakers resident in Palestine during the period before the creation of

77. Historical And Cultural Context Of Scripture
some practical applications of cultural background to the interpretation of biblicaltexts. Intertestamental. Rulers of Egypt and palestine Intertestamental.
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Old Testament (Note: Some articles may have relevance for both Testaments)
Survey of Old Testament History A menu page for access to short summaries of OT History as a background for biblical interpretation. The history is organized around eight major periods: The Patriarchal Era (1800-1290), Exodus and the Period of the Judges (1290-1050), Early Israelite Monarchy (1050-750), Assyrian Dominance (750-640 BC) The Rise of Babylon and Exile (640-538) The Persian Period and Return (538-323) , The Greek Wars/Maccabean Period (323-63), The Rise of Rome (63-3). Some of these pages are in preparation and will be made available as they are completed. Israelite Prophets Date Chart en Español Chart of the ministry dates of the major prophets of the Old Testament.

78. Culture 1
Comments? Email Cultural Couture Palestinian HeritageFoundation Nurtures the Fabric of Arab Life and Tradition in the US.
Comments? Email Cultural Couture: Palestinian Heritage Foundation Nurtures the Fabric of Arab Life and Tradition in the U.S. Before leaving for a trip to Jerusalem in 1987, Farah Munayyer's wife Hanan asked him to bring back a book on traditional Palestinian costumes and embroidery. From early childhood, girls in the Middle East are taught the art of embroidery, using motifs transferred from mother to daughter down through the generations. As a child in Haifa, Hanan had embroidery passed down to her and her interest in it was still strong. A few years earlier, Farah had brought back an antique dress from Jerusalem. But when she decided to use the fabric for pillow cases, Farah said "No." In its entirety, the dress was a piece of history, of specific identity. Hanan's book request came as an offshoot of the "saved dress."
1 of 4 Gallery The Centennial of Arab Cinema The Film Society of Lincoln Center and August Light Productions announce the largest and most comprehensive presentation of Arab films in the United States November 1 to December 5, 1996 at the Walter Reade Theater. The five-week series, entitled "The Centennial of Arab Cinema" will feature films from Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Iraq, and Kuwait. Most of these films have never been previously shown in the United States and are being subtitled into English for the first time. Styles, genres, narratives, adn sensibility of the classical film period will be expolored through the approximately 15 classical films from Egypt. The approximately 25 contemporary films will present the dynamic and unique output of the different Arab national cinemas and offer a complex cinematic exploration of national, social, and gendered identities.

79. Jerusalem ,,Cultural Dimensions
Most important, the Palestinian culture has been demonstrated by a treasure of valuablemasterpieces exhibited at the Islamic museum of alHaram al-Sharif (al
Jerusalem Forum Jerusalem News Articles ... Home Al Quds Jerusalem Jerusalem and Islam Jerusalem and Christianity Ottoman Jerusalem Cultural Dimensions Cultural Dimensions Introduction Palestine the land of Arab arts and cultures It goes without saying that Arab Palestine is the confluence of the three monolithic religions and the cradle of civilizations. Palestine is the land of cultured and innovative Canaanites, the original Palestinians, who excelled relatively in independent characteristics in plastic arts, music, dance, sculpturing and drawing. Furthermore, Palestine strategic location on the Eastern Mediterranean between the ancient flourished civilizations of Egypt (the land of the great pyramids and the Pharos) and Iraq (the land of Mesopotamia) gave it a noticeable cultural prominence. The Arab and Muslim characteristic of Palestinian arts became evident after the advent of Islam and the Muslim conquest of Bead Al Sham (Syria), which Palestine had constituted its southern part. However, the land had been populated already by waves of Arab Semites three millennia earlier The Arab and Muslim monuments bear the witness of Palestine glorious Arab past and heritage. For example, Jerusalem is awash by innumerable Islamic and Christian Arab shrines and holy places like Haram al-Sharif and the Church of Sepulcher. Many mosques and churches exist in Bethlehem and Nazareth.

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IN PALESTINIAN STRATEGY Mordechai Nisan This article is an excerpt from the book, ISRAEL AND A PALESTINIAN STATE: ZERO SUM GAME?
The ostensible abrogation of the PLO Charter in Gaza in December 1998, or minimally those articles which contradict the peace policy with Israel, was seen as the final public Palestinian act in the name of rapprochement, no less the fulfillment of Yasser Arafat’s commitment to Prime Minister Rabin from September 9, 1993. Therefore, the future founding of a full-fledged Palestinian state would allegedly not endanger Israel but peacefully co-exist alongside her. This interpretation of contemporary Palestinian strategy presupposes the independent validity of political decisions and regional diplomacy as a mechanism for Israel-Palestinian conflict-resolution and peace making. It also posits the authenticity of a fundamental change in the political thinking of the “Palestine Liberation Organization” despite the glaring fact that the name of the PLO itself posits a clear and absolute purpose to the contrary of the purported peaceful transformation in PLO policy. With this in mind, we must consider that the idea of fixed goals, unalterable values, and frozen patterns of thought varies from, and is rejected by, the modern Enlightenment conviction in liberty, human reason, and intellectual openness. Darwin posited change, Kant reason, Comte universalistic rationalism, and Spencer evolution, in the spirit of the innate flexibility of the mind and progress of mankind. Breaking with tradition and liberating old thinking were sweeping Enlightenment themes, and that

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