House of Peace

10, Saff St, Bethlehem, West Bank and Gaza | Lodge
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West Bank

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... discussing the wall, the guide said that it was put up to stop suicide bombings, but that it was working well. While they acknowledge that it works to save lives, Palestinians want it torn down anyway. On one point, I strongly agree with the guide- for there to be peace, people need to know and accept each other instead of building walls that separate. The current generation of Palestinian kids thinks "soldier" and "checkpoint" when they think of Israelis, because ...

View inside Chirch over Manger Crypt

A travel blog entry by johnnoonan


This is inside the Church ( one of three actually built over the site in 1800-1900's), you enter through that tiny doorway, then some 67 steps down a cave-like rock carved passage down to the crypt they say was the original staple under the Inn some 2000 years ago, of course over the centuries this place was desecrated and rebuilt, burnt to the ground and rebuilt etc ...

Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by bwells


What a great Easter this turned out to be! Not only was I able to sleep in but I was also able to meet a lot of great people and experience a very joyful Easter.
It was a little weird having "Easter" begin so early for us because the vigil mass was yesterday morning. But, this morning we had our Easter Sunday mass (back at the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher for the third time in three days) at 10:30. It's amazing seeing how the Lord provides for us. This morning the church wasn't ...

O Little Town of Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer


... argues that the wall is necessary in order to protect its citizens from Palestinian terrorist attacks. Palestinians call it the "Apartheid Wall." Some tourists and I were talking to a Palestinian who had his house next to the wall. He was complaining that he is scared to do anything because "big brother" is always watching. Either way, it's a tourist attraction now because the Palestinian side of it is covered with graffiti art. The famous ...

It's Easy to Hate an Abstract

A travel blog entry by rvenezia


... the municipality of Jerusalem. This means that the municipality does not give them services such as water or trash pickup. The area is a no man’s land, when it comes to building codes and almost all of the homes would not pass. The city has not collected taxes in these areas in years. These areas on the map are Kafr’ Aqab, Qalandia and Shu’fat Refugee Camp are part of the city but behind the barrier.


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