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October 20th October 2018 - 28th October 2018

Traditionally, the Olive Harvest is one of the main economic and cultural events in Palestine. Forty-five percent (45%) of the agricultural land in Occupied Palestine is planted with olive trees which have been a part of Palestine’s landscape for nearly 4.500 years 

December 22nd – December 30th 2018

Throughout the world, Christmas is celebrated on three different dates depending on the Christian denomination.  Palestine has a rich and diverse Christian fellowship estimated to be 50,000 out of a population in the West Bank of 2.73 million Palestinians.  Palestinian followers of the Catholic and Protestant churches celebrate Christmas on the 25th of December; Palestinian followers of the Greek Orthodox Church celebrate it on the 6th of January; and Palestinian followers of the Armenian denomination celebrate Christmas on the 18th of January.

February 10th - February 18th 2018

The people of Palestine have been the care takers of olive trees for more than 4.500 years. Over the centuries, olive trees have become a prominent part of the landscape of Palestine and nature’s witnesses to the rise and fall of empires which have possessed and passed through the land.

March 24th - April 1st 2018

Land Day is an annual commemoration of the 1976 massacre that took place in Sakhnin, a Palestinian village in Northern Israel, Lower Galilee, north of Nazareth.  On this day, six Palestinian men and women were murdered and nearly 100 injured while protesting the confiscation by Israel of 20.000 dunums (5.000 acres) of land from families living in Sakhnin and Arrabba.


Media in Palestine (A ten day study programme)

Palestine has a rich and diverse history dating back thousands of years. It is an important place in the development of civilisation and religion because of its geographic location and its position between three major continents and the existence of ancient cultures and trading routes.


A day of olive tree planting in Bethlehem area plus a visit to Al Walaja village. This village has been completely surrounded by the Wall, including a fence that serves as proto type for the wall that Trump wants to build on the Mexican boarder. We will also visit the oldest olive tree in the area, a 4,500 year old tree.

We will start with an introduction in Singer Café at 9.30 and we should be done by 16.00. We ask for a contribution of 100 shekel towards transportation, lunch, guide and tools. 

Saturday 17 February HEBRON and SHUHADA STREET

Baha will take you to Hebron and explain about the geo-political situation on the way. You will visit the Ibrahimi mosque, walk through the old souq and realize the great impact the settlers and soldiers have on the lifes of the local people. You will walk through Shuhada street, the street that is completely closed off for Palestinians and visit a German woman who is married to a Palestinian and lives towards the end of this street. You will hear from her about the direct consequences on their daily life. On the way back there is time to visit the Hebron glass factory.

We will leave from Singer Café at 9.30 AM sharp (please be a little earlier if you want coffee or breakfast) The price is 180 shekel including lunch.

We work with local guides, Baha explains about the geo- political situation while on the road.


A day before the marathon we are organizing an extra political tour in Bethlehem. This tour covers the Wall, the checkpoints, settlements, land grab, natural resources, the ongoing displacement of Palestinians and includes a visit to a refugee camp.

We start with an introduction in Singer Café at 9.30 AM and finish by 15.30 Price is 150 shekel including lunch. 

For more information and reservations please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Write your name, number of participants, date of the tour you want to join and phone number.

Singer Cafe opens at 8.00 for breakfast or coffee.

Route description to Singer Cafe can be found on http://www.singercafe.com/contact/

From Jerusalem take bus 234 to Bethlehem checkpoint. Walk through the checkpoint and take taxi to Singer Cafe in Beit Sahour (across the Municipality). Taxi should cost not more than 25 shekel. If you want us to arrange direct taxi from Jerusalem to Singer, let us know, it will cost around 100 shekel.

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