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About Palestine

About Palestine

Ancient History & Archaeology Palestine has historically been a centre of political, cultural, social, and spiritual life in the Middle East. Around 3,000 BC, Semitic migrations to Palestine from the Arabian Peninsula began and the Amorites and Canaanites were the first to migrate to Palestine, followed by the Jebusites, the Aramites, the Moabites, the Ammorites and the Nabataeans. The Hebrews arrived in approximately 1020 BC.
Palestine is considered a sacred place by Jews, Christians, and Muslims, as well as by other religious groups such as the Druze and Bahai. It is home to hundreds of holy sites, notable among them being the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Dome of the Rock, the Western Wall, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem; the Church of the Nativity and the Shepherds' Fields in Bethlehem/Beit Sahour; the Tomb…
Although key elements of the politics of occupation and its impact on Palestinians are woven and evident throughout all our programmes and tours, visitors particularly interested in the history of the Zionist movement and their colonialist enterprise, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the current status of the conflict, may wish to consider contacting us so that we can organise a be-spoke tour or add on to an existing…
Since before the 1948 Nakba and the ethnic cleansing of historic Palestine, Palestinians have worked tirelessly to ensure that their cultural heritage and narrative remain alive, passed on to future generations and shared worldwide. The Palestinian folklore movement continues to document and disseminate examples of and information on Palestine's unique culture ensuring it’s the age-old connection with their land and country. Folklorists collected and preserve a wide range of materials,…
Visiting the Holy Land is more than a vacation, a journey, or a pilgrimage. For many, it is a profoundly moving experience. It can be a turning point in people’s lives as they experience Palestinian society and culture and see for themselves the impact of the occupation. No matter what your beliefs or faith may be, no matter what your politics are, no matter if you are a seasoned traveller…
  • Palestinian Land Day Tour

    March 28th - April 6th 2017 Land Day is an annual commemoration of the1976 massacre that took place in Sakhnin, a Read More
  • Olive Harvest in Palestine

    October 23rd October- 31st October 2017 Traditionally, the Olive Harvest is one of the main economic and cultural events in Read More
  • Tree Planting

    February 13th-February 21st 2017 The people of Palestine have been the care takers of olive trees for more than 4,500 Read More
  • Day trips

    Excursions during Christmas time (23 december – 29 december 2016) During this week 'To Be There' organizes several excursions in the Read More
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