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Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan

Palestine and Jordan are not just regular neighbor countries: their history and their people are one, as I could read on the walls of Baqa’a refugee camp. 626 more words

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‘In Jordan Valley, women turn culture into a source of resilience’

AMMAN — A project that utilises the colourful soil and natural plants of Jordan to produce hand-dyed textiles in the Jordan Valley is testament to the ambition of the Kingdom to place culture and creative economy on its development agenda, according to a UN official. 548 more words

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Visiting the Dead Sea in Israel

A few days ago our group was able to see the Dead Sea, among other sites to the south of Jerusalem. The Dead Sea is: 459 more words

Bible History And Geography

Down the Jordan Valley

We said “Good-bye” to Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee this morning and made our way down (biblically “up” in altitude) to Jerusalem. We made a stop at Nazareth, Jesus’ hometown. 143 more words

Bible History And Geography

October 13, 2016 ‘Ein el-Hammeh, Harat al-Makhul, al-Hadidiye: A Report by David Shulman

There are about 40,000 Palestinians living in the Jordan Valley—the Israeli-occupied segment of the long deep crack in the surface of the earth known as the Syrian-African Rift. 2,795 more words

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Sisters trying to help steer Haslett volleyball back in right direction

HASLETT – Lane Valley got an up-close-and-personal look at the greatest run in Haslett volleyball history.

As a freshman during the 2013 season, Valley was on the junior varsity team, but payed close attention to a senior-led varsity program that reached the Class A state quarterfinals before ending the year with a 52-4-1 record. 612 more words

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