Under the first painting it read, YESTERDAY Palestine; under the second, TODAY IRAQ.
Villages and farming are also the heart and soul of Palestine.
Like Saeb Erekat, the chief negotiator for Palestine who has also called it quits on numerous occasions, the cat came back.
Group B: React negatively to any mention of Ramallah and Palestine.
In most cases, making Palestine “Juden Rein” has not been the demand of the Palestinian Authority.
Excavation in Palestine has failed to furnish examples of Hebrew work.
The idea of a return to Palestine excites him either to indignation or to laughter.
The "False Prophet" had been the last possessor of Palestine.
This mount is an immense pile of rock in the southern part of Palestine.
The hand mill for grinding grain shown in the picture is exactly the same as those in use in Palestine from the earliest times.
from Latin Palestina (name of a Roman province), from Greek Palaistine (Herodotus), from Hebrew Pelesheth "Philistia, land of the Philistines." Revived as an official political territorial name 1920 with the British mandate.
Under Turkish rule, Palestine was part of three administrative regions: the Vilayet of Beirut, the Independent Sanjak of Jerusalem, and the Vilayet of Damascus. In 1917 the country was conquered by British forces who held it under occupation until the mandate was established April 25, 1920, by the Supreme Council of the Allied Powers at San Remo. During the occupation Palestine formed "Occupied Enemy Territory Administration (South)," with headquarters at Jerusalem.
Note: Known as the Holy Land, it is a place of pilgrimage for several religions, including Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.
Note: Israel, the homeland of the Jews, was established in Palestine in 1948. The Palestine Liberation Organization, under Yasir Arafat, is committed to establishing a Palestinian state, which would include territory on the West Bank and Gaza Strip now partially occupied by Israel. (See Arab-Israeli conflict, intifada, Oslo Accord, Palestinian Authority.)