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# Get the latest news and events happening in Bethlehem and with Holy Land Trust

“My name is Hala, I am seven years old. I live with my eight siblings in a small house in the city of Al-Khader. Our house has been demolished 2 times already, and I feel afraid all the time that the Israelis might come and demolish it again.
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Our friends in the UK who have been organising and travelling with Holy Land Trust for a long time, share their experiences in this blog!
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“There’s power in allowing yourself to be known and heard, in owning your unique story, in using your authentic voice” Michelle Obama
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The global pandemic has hit Palestine hard. With over 3,000 deaths and nearly 300,000 infections its put our health systems under strain, left families bereaved and changed all our lives in some way.
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In an average year we at Holy Land Trust places 1200 of tourists with 45 number of hosts for a total of 400 nights a year.
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“Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.” Matthew 8:20
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This month of March is a time when women are often celebrated and honoured. The month started off with International Women’s Day on March 8th and then later in the month many countries across the world celebrated Mother’s Day.
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Visit Aida refugee camp and meet Dr Abdulfattah Abursour to hear about beautiful resistance – an impassioned, creative and defiant response to living with the brunt of the Israeli Occupation of Palestine.
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The village of Al Walaja does not appear on the itineraries of tourist groups or pilgrims who visit the Holy Land. But for those who do make the effort to visit the village, they will be struck by the beauty of the landscape, the warmth of the welcome and the visible, devastating impact of the occupation.
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