• May 15, 2020
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    Do you know about the nakba? Every year, when Israel commemorates the founding of the nation, the Palestinian people commemorate the nakba, which in Arabic means catastrophe.
    Christians Should Take a Stand to Stop Another Nakba- By Rev. Dr. Jack Sara
  • December 17, 2019
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    Following is the Speech of Rev. Dr. Munir Kakish celebrating the Palestinian Presidential Decree for recognizing the Council of Evangelical Churches in the Holy Land. The Speech was given in the presence of official representatives from the Palestinian Authority.
    Rev. Dr. Munir Kakish celebrating the Palestinian Presidential Decree for recognizing Evangelicals
  • October 31, 2018
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    A shift has taken place in U.S. policy toward the Israel-Palestine dispute. Now, U.S. policy is no longer merely pro-Israel, but rather fully right-wing Israeli. Here is the Israeli wish list that other U.S. administrations refused to grant and Trump’s administration has handed over, asking nothing in return
    President Trump’s Vengeful Crackdown on the Palestinians - By Alex Awad
  • April 07, 2018
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    This year the Palestinian government decided not to include Easter as a national holiday. Consequently, several Christians decided to challenge the pertinent decision. They demanded that the government should reconsider its decision and change it
    Canceling Easter from the List of Palestinian National Holidays- By Yohanna Katanacho
  • March 26, 2018
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    Palestinian Christian human rights lawyer Jonathan Kuttab's article created a fierce dicussion throught the comments posted in this site. Dr. Kuttab read the comments carefully and concludes that "injustice and inequality are being perpetuated as a divine plan which Christians are expected to support for religious reasons... unfortunately, none of the answers addressed that particular existential dilemma."
    Jonathan Kuttab Responds!
  • June 27, 2017
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    The farm of the Nassar Christian family, in the heart of West Bank, near Bethlehem, builds education for peace and hope on a daily basis, despite the difficulties of the conflict.
    Tent of Nations: We refuse to be enemies
  • January 18, 2016
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    Palestinian pastor Alex Awad writes: "If it were in my power, I would visit the home of the bereaved family as a representative of the Palestinian people to express condolences and seek forgiveness"
    Killing Civilians Is Not The Path To Achieve Political Goals
  • March 30, 2015
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    As a Christian and a Palestinian, I am compelled to carry the burden of my brothers and sisters who are suffering from collective injustices. Yes, I too suffer discrimination as an Arab citizen in Israel, but that should not stop me from expressing Christ’s love and care to those around me
    A Palestinian Christian View on the Palestine Marathon - Shadia Qubti
  • September 17, 2014
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    First, a word about the video in question, which was the target of the attacks. This video was done in order to reflect the pulse of the Palestinian street in Bethlehem – hence it is called “Voices from Bethlehem” (not Bethlehem Bible College). The careful observer will notice that the people interviewed come from various backgrounds: some young and some old; some Christians and some Muslims. These voices reflect the frustration and anger of men and women who everyday see the blood of their compatriots in Gaza spilled and homes destroyed over families. They also express the desire of Palestinians to live in peace and dignity.
    Response to the Attacks by some Messianic Leaders on Bethlehem Bible College
  • December 26, 2012
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    In Christmas time, the city of Bethlehem becomes an open door for the Gospel, for sharing it, for claiming it and for a proclamation of Jesus’’ salvation. At Christmas time, people regardless of their background would want to hear the True message of Christmas, and there is readiness within them to do so.

    By Jack Sara, Special For Come and See
    Christmas, open gate for sharing the Gospel in Bethlehem