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10 Best Places to Visit in Palestinian Territories


DIY Destinations - Palestine / Palestinian Territories Budget Travel Show | Full Episode

This special episode of DIY Destinations featuring occupied Palestine, and its FREE and inexpensive, must-see attractions from the North to the South, including from understanding the importance and visiting oldest olive tree in al-Walaja, the birthplace of Jesus in Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, and retracing his footstep in Wadi Qelt to Jericho along the way visiting St. George Monastery and Mount of Temptation, Hisham's Palace and Herod's Palace. We'll also visit Aida Refugee Camps to see the realty of life under military occupation and Al-Shuhada Street. We'll also sample the street food and sweet Kanafeh in Nablus and experience Turkish bath. In Jenin, we'll visit Cinema Jenin Project and famous largest oldest church in the world in Burgin's St. George Church. All done safely, inexpensive and easily!

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10 Best Places To Visit In Israel | 2018

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Israel offers a whole lot more than amazing age-old ruins and a swathe of biblical sites - here you can also take a dip in the Dead Sea or a boat trip on the Sea of Galilee or for time out, Tel Aviv's beautiful beaches are sure to impress. Here's our selection of Israel's top 10 destinations to get you started.
1. Jerusalem
2. Bethlehem
3. Tel Aviv
4. Nazareth
5. The Dead Sea
6. Eilat
7. Haifa
8. Sea of Galilee
9. Jaffa
10. Masada

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Walking Holiday in Palestine

Whatever you choose to call it -- Palestine; the Palestinian Territories; the Holy Land; the West Bank -- this ancient land remains one of the most fascinating - and controversial - places on the planet. On this 9-day trip - and in contrast to many other trips in the region - our aim is to travel (predominantly on foot) with neither a political nor a religious agenda, but instead with the aim of gaining an insight into the everyday lives and rich culture of the Palestinian people and experiencing a rarely seen side of the Middle East. My name is Marc Leaderman, I run the Group Tours department at Wild Frontiers, and in this video I am going to explain a little more about our 'Wild Walk In Palestine'.

After transferring from Tel Aviv airport, the tour starts in the old city of Nablus with its medieval souk and then travels slowly south as we walk from village to village, staying mainly with local families. From the fertile valleys of ancient Samaria we then skirt along the edge of the Rift valley and head down below sea-level to the shores of the Dead Sea before finally making our way through the Judean desert and on to Bethlehem and finally Jerusalem.
For anyone that enjoys really getting below the surface of a country, this must rank as one of the very best tours that we offer. Not only do we get to walk and talk with a whole range of Palestinians eager to share their stories, but by actually staying in some of their homes we also get the chance to experience a little of their daily life and their wonderful food -- this is not a trip for those looking to lose weight! In addition, for a trip which actually covers only a relatively small distance, the variety of the scenery and the sights is quite astounding. On one day we might find ourselves wandering through olive groves & deserted Roman hilltop towns and then having lunch with some refugees; on another we might pass Byzantine era churches in a desert wadi before having dinner with some Bedouin in their camp.
This is not a major trekking trip, but on most days there'll be at least 3-4 hrs of walking. And in fact many of the paths we take form part of the so-called Abraham Trail which National Geographic in 2014 voted as one of the world's best new walks. But, as with all our wild walks, there is a lot more to this trip just walking, and whether it's eating knafeh (a baked cheese dessert, drenched in syrup) from a street seller in Nablus souk, sampling a beer from Palestine's only micro-brewery in Taybeh or walking the millennia-old streets of Jerusalem's old city, this trip is guaranteed to leave you with many lifelong memories.
Despite having led trips all over the world, this trip remains one of my all-time favourites and I would unreservedly recommend the Wild Walk in Palestine to anyone looking for something which offers a glimpse into this rarely visited...and rarely understood, yet utterly welcoming and eternally fascinating part of the world.

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The Local Palestinian People

Palestine is rich with its people, its ancient history and picturesque nature. Masar Ibrahim Al-Khalil is your chance to get to know Palestine and to have a contributing role in developing the community-based tourism.

Palestine - A Unique Tourism Destination

This video segment showcases Palestine as a tourism destination that offers selective programs with a wide range of tourism facilities to cater to the needs of all sort of travelers.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this presentation of materials are those of the author and do not represent those of the United Nations or UNDP.

9 days in Israel in 6 minutes - Taglit Birthright

9 days in Israel in 6 minutes. Thanks everyone for an amazing trip and a massive thanks to Taglit Birthright for the best gift in the world!

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Travel Palestine - Bethlehem

Bethlehem is the little town where Jesus Christ was born. Today, it is a spiritual and cultural hub. It is a destination with an upgraded tourism infrastructure and ready to welcome visitors any time of year.
Best time to visit Bethlehem is of course during Christmas!

Food in Gaza: 'Appetite for Gaza' by Anders Holst Markussen

In the isolated Gaza Strip the food culture is spicy and its population find great pleasure in kebab with chilli and liver.
Forget about the riots, it can be peacefull in downtown Gaza City. Follow Culinary Traveller Anders Holst Markussen as he visit Gaza. Summer the 2011.

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About the trip to Gaza: June 2011 for three days: I was excited to see the area that everyone had warned me about going into - kidnapping, assault. But after crossing Erez checkpoint I met only friendly people. An acquaintances was funny enough at home and visit his family in Gaza simultaneously, so here I found my guide and fixer.

The Gaza Strip has its outset 70 kilometres south of Tel Aviv close to the Sinai Peninsula and the Suez. It's 1.6 million people live enclosed on 360 square kilometres, a size smaller than the Isle of Wight. The siege has been ongoing for years.
How does food culture and indulgence thrive in an area of deprivation such as Gaza? Called the world's largest prison.
Today, about half of the Gaza Strip area is used for agriculture, hardly enough to feed the population. Once a fertile environment, today it lacks water. The first new fields I see are 25 kilometres south of the City. Here a little outside Khan Younis, the second largest city of the Gaza Strip, a million olive trees grow alongside numerous date palm trees. The representatives from the ministry tells me that these were planted only two years ago on pieces of land on which 7-8000 Israeli settlers lived since 1967. The last settlers left Gaza in 2005 and left behind large pieces of land equalling around 30% of the Gaza Strip with fruit trees, apples and mango. At their departure the settlers annihilated all of their factories and houses. The Palestinians quickly reserved these areas for food production but were badly scared because the new land or as it is called Al Muharat the free country was without water. As one of the representatives from the ministry tells me The groundwater was led out of Gaza and into Israel as drinking water causing the natural level to drop. That is why draught today is an unsolvable problem.


They believe in their agricultural projects: An example is the compost made from plant, sewer and animal disposal. I notice a fair amount of plastic in the piles of compost but am told this will be filtered out before it is packed and sold for 10 shekel pr. piece to a farmer in need. The mould is dry with sharp edges but in fairness it was made in only three months. The normal aging time for a biodynamic mould is three years.

When you work under the pressure of time, as in Gaza, you must make thing grow as the surroundings allow. The Israeli tradition for ecology is passed on, the greenhouses are filled with aubergine and chilli pepper. As the last stop we see a fish farm.

Street food

I find my way to the largest food market. Containers carry the smell of spices and vinegar from pickled beetroots and chilli. There is a racket from chickens and rabbits rummaging in their cages. Onions and nectarines are loaded on flatbeds. I doubt the many young boys in the market spend much time in school, instead they help their parents make a living.

Placed on the grill lies four half pitas, arayes, spread with chopped green chilli, onion and some minced beef. A kafta. The other half of the pita is put on top.

Watermelons are sold from large stalls along the main road. Everyone can afford a melon. Melon with bread or cheese equals a separate meal. Most eateries serve hummus, chickpeas mashed with vinegar and olive oil, can be eaten alone or spread in the kebab. Folfol, the characteristic chilli, can be found in read, green and the light green and very strong variation pickled, called kotis. The people generally make the most of what they have, which is next to nothing. It is a stimulating, sensory trinity between the strength of the chilli, the crispy melon and the creamy hummus. But besides the chickpeas, nutritional value is low, watery melon with chilli lowers your ability to feel full.


Food is at display in the bazaar. Facing the street Souk el shijaia seated at a counter you can sit and watch meat being prepared on a stick, shishkebab. Meat of lamb and cow represents an unheard-of luxury. Here all meat comes from the intestines of a chicken. A pita with grilled liver, chilli and cubes of lime tastes divine, the flavours far surpassing a factory-made shawarma. The street kitchens of Gaza tastes like chilli.

When evening falls the central square of Al Jundi el Majhol is filled with children playing, families, friends and lovers. I get a cake from a bakery. The speciality of Gaza, kanafi arabije is made from cashew, walnut and pistachio nut hold together by a deliciously sticky cinnamon syrup. (translation from Danish by S.R. Bernstorff)

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Travels in Palestine: Occupation and Resistance

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Jericho city center, Palestine

Bustling city centre in the oldest city in the world with lots of shops, cafes and restaurants. Most places do not sell alcohol here but there is a good selection of flavoured non-alcoholic beer which is quite refreshing also.

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#10 Israel +25,1%
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#8 Nicaragua +28,4%
#7 Uruguay +30,2%
#6 Vietnam +31,2%
#5 Tunisia +32,5%
#4 Iceland +34,9%
#3 Northern Mariana Islands +37,3%
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Traveling thru West Bank, Palestine

On the road in West Bank, Palestine, Israel


Finally got the chance to visit one of the holiest sites, JERUSALEM. The place is so beautiful I urge every single one of you watching/reading this to step your foot there if you may. My personal favourite place is hands down, THE AQSA SANCTUARY in Jerusalem, where the mosques and Islamic historical sites stand. The morning walks to Aqsa Mosque in the shivering winter weather (its winter there in Jan) was one of the things I miss the most! We also went to the West Bank (Jericho and Hebron) to visit the maqams of our late Prophets. In Israel, we went to the Dead Sea and the city of Tel Aviv. Definitely coming back if I'm given the opportunity and of course, money! Haha.

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These are the list of places captured in the video: -
1) Al-Aqsa or Baitul Maqdis Sanctuary / Dome of the Rock / Al Qibli Mosque
2) The Old City of Jerusalem
3) Church of the Holy Sepulchre
4) The Wailing Wall / Western Wall
5) Al-Aqsa Top View
6) Entrance to Al-Aqsa via Bab A-Zahara
7) Basement of Al-Qibli Mosque
8) Hebron, West Bank, Palestine Territories
9) Maqam Nabi Ibrahim
10) Jericho, West Bank, Palestine Territories
11) Maqam Nabi Musa / Nabi Musa Mosque
12) The Dead Sea
13) Mahmoudiya Mosque, Tel Aviv
14) Mediterranean Sea

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The 10 Smallest Countries Of Asia By Area

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The 10 Smallest Countries Of Asia By Area.
Asia is the most extensive of all the continents, and it occupies approximately 30% of the land area of the Earth. It is also the most populated continent being home to about 60% of the total population in the world. Asia represents the eastern part of the Eurasian supercontinent with Europe occupying the western part. 48 nations constitute Asia with Turkey, Kazakhstan, and Russia having parts of their territories in neighboring Europe. The Maldives ranks as the smallest Asian nation with 116 square miles in total area.
1. The Maldives
2. Singapore
3. Bahrain
4. Brunei
5. Palestine
6. Cyprus
7. Lebanon
8. Qatar
9. Timor-Leste
10. Kuwait

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Dead Sea, Jericho and Wadi Qelt | Palestine | October 2016

The DEAD SEA is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west. It lies in the Jordan Rift Valley, and its main tributary is the Jordan River. Its surface and shores are 430.5 metres (1,412 ft) below sea level, Earth's lowest elevation on land. It is 304 m (997 ft) deep, the DEEPEST HYPERSALINE LAKE IN THE WORLD. With a salinity of 342 g/kg, or 34.2% (in 2011), it is one of the world's saltiest bodies of water – 9.6 times as salty as the ocean – and has a density of 1.24 kg/litre, which makes swimming similar to floating. This salinity makes for a harsh environment in which plants and animals cannot flourish, hence its name.

JERICHO is a city in the Palestinian Territories and is located near the Jordan River in the West Bank. It is believed to be ONE OF THE OLDEST INHABITED CITIES IN THE WORLD AND THE CITY WITH THE OLDEST KNOWN PROTECTIVE WALL IN THE WORLD. It was thought to have the oldest stone tower in the world as well, but excavations at Tell Qaramel in Syria have discovered stone towers that are even older. Jericho is described in the Hebrew Bible as the City of Palm Trees.

WADI QELT also Nahal Prat , formerly Naḥal Faran (Pharan brook), is a valley, riverine gulch or stream in the West Bank, originating near Jerusalem and running into the Jordan River near Jericho and the Dead Sea. Wadi Qelt is home to a unique variety of flora and fauna. St. George's Monastery and the royal winter palace complex built by the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great are located in the Wadi, which has been identified with the biblical Perath mentioned in Jeremiah 13:5


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Visa FREE countries for Indians | Top 10 countries where Indians can Travel without Visa (2019)

Do you know there are many countries where Indians can travel without a Visa? In this video, we talk about those countries where Indian passport holders can enter those counties without a visa. The main reason for it is because of the policy of that country towards and India. The list of countries mentioned in this video requires no passport for Indian citizens. We also have listed some places which are little danger to travel and up to how many days the travel visa is applied. Even though some amount may be paid to those countries travel agencies but is completely VISA FREE.
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