Tag Archives: Bil’in

Back again, this time with Feed A Village In Palestine.

What a mad few days it has been! We arrived at Tel Aviv airport on Saturday evening to torrential rain, awoke in Jerusalem to more rain, left Jerusalem in sunshine and arrived in Bil’in to more warm sunshine, so much … Continue reading

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So, here we go again.

Last year when I returned, I had thought that that was it for me. I had seen almost all I had wanted to see out there, and I could do more good spreading the information I had gleaned from my … Continue reading

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5 Broken Cameras.

Emad Burnat was an ordinary olive farmer in a village called Bil’in. His livelihood along with many others was put at risk when Israel decided to expand their settlement building and grab more Palestinian land. Emad and other villagers decided … Continue reading

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A day trip to Nablus…..but we never got to Nablus!

We had one more free day before the workshops started. These workshops were the prime reason why we were there in the village to share a skill of some sort. But as are most things in the Arab world, plans … Continue reading

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