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  1. Palestine, Israel, and the Politics of Popular Culture
  2. Nakba: Palestine, 1948, and the Claims of Memory (Cultures of History)
  3. Religious and Ethnic Communities in Later Roman Palestine (Studies and Texts in Jewish History and Culture, 5)
  4. Resistance, Repression, And Gender Politics in Occupied Palestine And Jordan (Gender, Culture, and Politics in the Middle East) by Frances S. Hasso, 2005-11-30
  5. Media Politics And Democracy In Palestine: Political Culture, Pluralism, And The Palestinian Authority by Amal Jamal, 2005-05
  6. The Holy Land in English Culture 1799-1917: Palestine and the Question of Orientalism (Oxford English Monographs) by Eitan Bar-Yosef, 2005-12-29
  7. Archaeology, History and Culture in Palestine and the Near East: essays in memory of Albert E Glock (ASOR Books)
  8. Royal Administration and National Religion in Ancient Palestine (Studies in the History and Culture of the Ancient New East , No 1) by Gosta W. Ahlstrom, 1997-08-01
  9. Staging and Stagers in Modern Jewish Palestine: The Creation of Festive Lore in a New Culture, 1882-1948 (Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology) by Yaacov Shavit, Shoshana Sitton, et all 2004-08
  10. Family & Court: Legal Culture And Modernity in Late Ottoman Palestine (Middle East Beyond Dominant Paradigms) by Iris Agmon, 2005-12-30
  11. Listening to the Artifacts: Music Culture in Ancient Palestine by Theodore W. Burgh, 2006-05-24
  12. Egyptianization and Elite Emulation in Ramesside Palestine: Governance and Accomodation on the Imperial Periphery (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Carolyn R. Higginbotham, 2000-05-01
  13. Exiled in the Homeland: Zionism and the Return to Mandate Palestine (Jewish History, Life, and Culture) by Donna Robinson Divine, 2009-11-15
  14. Living Palestine: Family Survival, Resistance, And Mobility Under Occupation (Gender, Culture, and Politics in the Middle East)

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2. Palestinian People - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Palestinian people, also referred to as Palestinians or Palestinian Arabs, are an Arabicspeaking nation of Levantine people with family origins in Palestine.
Palestinian people
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Culture of Palestine Jump to: navigation search Palestinians
al-Filasṭiniyyun Tawfiq Canaan Edward Said Mahmoud Darwish Leila Khaled ... Queen Rania of Jordan Total population c. Regions with significant populations Palestinian territories West Bank Gaza Strip Jordan ... Sweden Languages Palestinian territories
Palestinian Arabic
English Neo-Aramaic Circassian , and Greek
Palestinian Arabic
and Modern Hebrew
Other varieties of Arabic
Spanish English Portuguese ... French , and others Religion Sunni Islam Christian Druze ... Jewish , others. Related ethnic groups Other Semitic and Mediterranean peoples The Palestinian people Arabic ash-sha`b al-filasTīni ) also referred to as Palestinians or Palestinian Arabs Arabic al-filasTīnīyyūn Arabic al-`Arab al-filasTīnīyyūn ), are an Arabic -speaking Mediterranean people with family origins in Palestine . Genetic analysis shows they are of mainly Levantine ancestry, similar to Jews Turks (Anatolians), Lebanese Egyptians Armenians , and Iranians In the areas of Israel , the West Bank , the Gaza Strip , as of 2004, Palestinian Arabs constitute 49% of all inhabitants, some of whom are internally displaced . The remainder, comprise what is known as the

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4. Palestine Culture - Arab
Palestinian culture, traditions, customs and other cultural information.

5. Palestine In The Time Of Jesus
Palestine in the Time of Jesus Social Structures and Social Conflicts K. C. Hanson and Douglas E. Oakman RESOURCES FOR CHAPTER ONE
Palestine in the Time of Jesus:
Social Structures and Social Conflicts

K. C. Hanson and Douglas E. Oakman
"Catching the Drift"
Introduction to the Social System of Roman Palestine
    Chapter Summary
      It has long been obvious that the modern reader stands at a distance from the text of the New Testament in terms of history, geography, language, and literature. But this volume addresses a different set of gaps between the New Testament and the modern reader: those due to differences of culture and social system. Most of us have never encountered some of the most common first-century Palestinian social institutions, such as patronage/clientage. First-century social institutions were configured and related in ways different from our own, such as religion as embedded in kinship or politics. Our orientation to values is different from their emphasis on honor and shame. And the U.S. emphasizes the individual over the group, unlike the ancients in Galilee and Judea.
      Bridging the cultural gap calls for using more adequate cultural scenarios. This means that we need to draw on social-scientific studies regarding Mediterranean and peasant studies. And these studies need to be set within context of the study of Palestinian history and archaeology, especially the study of first-century Galilee. The closer the analogies to ancient Palestine in terms of time and space, the fewer cultural hurdles one needs to account for. But our basic premise is that drawing analogies from the Mediterranean world will provide better starting-points than our own experiences in the modern Western world. A comparative approach, however, is not only helpful, but vital.

6. Culture Of Palestine, West Bank, And Gaza Strip - Traditional, History, People,
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Identification. Palestine is the name the Romans gave in the second century C.E. to a region of the present-day Middle East situated on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea west of Jordan. The name is derived from the Greek Palaestina, B.C.E. Also known as the Holy Land, Palestine is held sacred by Christians, Jews, and Muslims, some of the most important events in each religion having taken place there, especially in the city of Jerusalem. Location and Geography. The Gaza Strip is a narrow sliver of land about eighteen miles long (twenty-nine kilometers)and five miles wide (eight kilometers) on the Mediterranean Sea between Egypt and Israel. It is mostly flat and sandy, with little fertile soil. The West Bank is about ninety miles long (one-hundred-forty-five kilometers) and thirty miles wide (forty-eight kilometers) and is surrounded on all sides by Israel except to the east, where it abuts the Jordan River and the Dead Sea. The West Bank is fertile in the north and mostly barren in the south. Demography.

7. Culture And Customs Of The Palestinians —
The Palestinians have been at the center of Middle Eastern and world history for nearly a century. The core issues of the PalestinianIsraeli conflict are still the......

8. Palestine Society And Culture
The Armenian language is also used in Palestine Culture and Society, along with other languages like Samaritan Aramaic. There are also people belonging to some Samaritan Hebrew
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Palestine Society and Culture closely resembles the neighboring countries of Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. The Arabian culture also has a marked influence on the Palestine Society and Culture. The major aspects of the Palestine Society and Culture include the customs, religion, languages, literature, art, costumes and music of the land and its inhabitants. The culture of Palestine is still alive in the countries of Israel and Diaspora, although they are separate from the territory of Palestine.
The favorite food of Palestine Society and Culture include the bread, pasta, cheese, rice, sauces, soups and desserts. Herbs and spices are also popular with the Culture and Society of Palestine. Along with the mouth watering dishes, beverages, including liquor, wine, coffee, tea and other such drinks are increasingly becoming an essential part of the Palestine cuisine.
The languages that are mostly spoken in the country are those of the Arabic along with some Hebrew speaking people. The Armenian language is also used in Palestine Culture and Society, along with other languages like Samaritan Aramaic. There are also people belonging to some Samaritan Hebrew linguistic minorities community in the society of Palestine.

9. Palestinian Recipes And The Cooking Of Palestine | Whats4Eats
Palestinian food and the cooking of Palestine, including popular dishes, cooking methods and food culture. Palestinian cuisine shares many dishes in common with other countries in
Palestine: Recipes and Cuisine
Palestinian cuisine shares many dishes in common with other countries in the region, including Lebanon and Syria to the north and Egypt to the southwest. Falafel sfiha tabouli hummus and baba ghanoush are ubiquitous. Some of the dishes most popular with the Palestinian people include musakhan maqluba and rice-stuffed chicken called djej mahshi Typical Palestinian Dishes
Typical Palestinian Dishes
  • Baba Ghanoush (Eggplant dip) Banadoora Maqliya Ma' Thoom (Fried tomatoes) Hummus bi Tahini (Middle Eastern chickpea and sesame dip) Mafghoussa (Zucchini and tomato spread) Sambusak (Meat-stuffed pastries)
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  • Khyar b'Laban (Yogurt and cucumber soup) Shorbet Djaj (Chicken soup) Shorbet Frikeh (Cracked green wheat soup)
  • Bakdoonsiyyeh (Parsley salad) Fattoush (Tomato, cucumber and pita salad) Mutabbal (Eggplant salad) Tabbouleh (Bulgur and parsley salad)
  • Laban (Yogurt)
  • Djaj Mahshi (Chicken stuffed with rice) Fatteh Djaj (Chicken with rice, pita and yogurt)

10. Palestine - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Palestine (Greek Παλαιστίνη, Palaistinē; Latin Palaestina; the Hebrew name Peleshet (פלשת Pəl shseth); also פלשׂתינה, Palestina; Arabic فلسطين ‎
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the geographical area. For the political entity proclaimed in 1988, see State of Palestine For other uses, see Palestine (disambiguation) An 1890 map of Palestine as described by medieval Arab geographers, with Jund Filastin administrative area Palestine Greek Palaistinē Latin Palaestina Biblical Hebrew Pəlesheth Modern Hebrew Palestina Arabic Filasṭīn Falasṭīn Filisṭīn ) is a conventional name used, among others, to describe a geographic region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River , and various adjoining lands. As a geographic term, Palestine can refer to "ancient Palestine," an area that today includes Israel and the Palestinian territories , as well as parts of Jordan Lebanon and Syria In classical or contemporary terms, it is also the common name for the area west of the Jordan River . The boundaries of two new states were laid down within the territory of the British Mandate , Palestine and Transjordan Other terms for the same area include Canaan Zion , the Land of Israel , and the Holy Land

11. YouTube - Palestine Before 1948
The video contains pictures of different Palestinian cities during the 1920's and 1930's, before the creation of the state of israel by the zionists in 1948.

12. Palestine: Culture - Category LII
Category LII PalestineCulture Contents Box/Folder Stamps, Postcard, Telegram 3 articles 32/1084 Newspaper Clipping (German) 1 article 32/1085 Qumran/Dead Sea Scrools Article and cult
LII Palestine-Culture Category LII: Palestine-Culture Contents Box/Folder # Stamps, Postcard, Telegram 3 articles Newspaper Clipping (German) 1 article Qumran/Dead Sea Scrools Article and Photographs 23 articles Dead Sea Scrolls-Miscellany 4 articles Meeting Minutes (Hebrew and German) 4 articles 1 article Maps: Plans for Yaarot HaCarmel; Map of Israel 2 articles Housing and Building Project Documents, Carmel; Rules of the Chevra Kadischa (Burial Society) of Mt. Carmel (Hebrew, English, German) 12 articles Notices from Various Organizations (Hebrew) 7 articles

13. Palestine - Culture, History, Economy, Trade, Government, Tourism, Media
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14. Palestine Culture
Hamas has screened its first feature film in Gaza, Al Arabiya reports. The film was set and filmed in the Hamascontrolled Gaza Strip. Amid the actio

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Among one of the most important changes the Palestinian social structure encountered, was the recognition of the role of the Palestinian woman., Palestinian women presented progressive achievements and sacrifices which firmly established their place in society and status -amongst other social issues- in the struggle against Zionism and occupation. This has considerably challenged ways of thinking which traditionally refused their rights to express their national and social identity. The changing role of women is determined by their participation in resistance and political life, and increased education and employment. Besides the political struggle, women's role in the social movement is of major importance, reflected in the huge amount of women's organizations dealing with all aspects of life. They make up a considerable part of Palestinian civil society. In August 1994, Palestinian women held a conference and released a draft document to be included in the Palestinian constitution (whenever it gets implemented) guaranteeing political, social, economic and cultural rights for women based on the principle of ideological and individual pluralism and of the respect for the individual and social freedom. The Palestinian Declaration of Independence (1988) had already outlined that "Governance will be based on principles of social justice, equality and non-discrimination in public rights of men or women..."

17. Israel, Palestine, Culture, And Conflict A Duke-UNC Student Conference
Israel, Palestine, Culture, and Conflict A DukeUNC Student Conference. December 2-3 . Tuesday, December 2 Research Presentations by students from AMES 183/283 (The

18. Palestine Culture | TakePart - Inspiration To Action
The Women In Film International Committee has put together a wonderful program called A Night of Palestinian Israeli Film Culture. The event is designed to celebrate work by
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    Gina Telaroli Comments (0) The Women In Film International Committee has put together a wonderful program called .  The event is designed to celebrate work by Israeli and Palestinian filmmakers: "Through a diverse program of short films, this year’s series will celebrate and support the creative talents of Palestinian and Israeli filmmakers. Every filmmaker has a unique perspective on their culture and their world. The films selected both narrative and documentary, will provide views into the psyche of these communities and deepen our understanding of Palestinian and Israeli life, lands, and cultures." The entire thing sounds simply amazing - so check out the details below and if you are in the LA area stop on by - you can buy tickets HERE. The program will take place on September 30, 2009 from 5:00-10:00PM

19. Israel-Palestine
Gaza and the Ghetto. David Lloyd, Professor of English, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. In September 1939, Nazi Germany invaded Poland in what it termed initially a
Gaza and the Ghetto David Lloyd, Professor of English, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Lebensraum for a race that considered itself superior to those that surrounded it in Central and Eastern Europe. Not only the Jews, but the Slavic races, were considered inferior, less than human, and regarded as populations that could be transferred to make room for Aryans. Though crushed by German armor and military power in hand-to-hand and street-to-street fighting, the Jewish resistance in Warsaw stands as a symbol of the right of an oppressed people to resist occupation, collective punishment, genocide and ethnocide. ... Gaza too is a ghetto. One and a half million Palestinians, most of them refugees dispossessed of the lands and homes that were theirs for centuries, inhabit the most densely populated square miles of the Middle East, if not the world. They are hemmed in by security walls and barbed wire fences, unable to move in or out without the permission of Israel, the occupying power. They have lived in a permanent state of siege, unable to conduct free trade with the rest of the world, virtually unable to visit the West Bank, unable even to fish in the sea off their coasts, subject to perpetual surveillance and control by land, sea and air. Their hospitals lack even the most essential medicines. Power and water are controlled by the Israeli government. All goods that enter or leave this virtual prison camp do so by permission of the occupying power. It is a war whose crimes, once again, include the indiscriminate slaughter of civilians, including infants and children, attacks on non-military institutions including mosques, a university and a television station, and the deliberate planning of an assault whose proclaimed ends far exceed the suppression of the purported

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