Author: Raheb, Mitri; Strickert, Fred; Nalbandian, Garo. This lavishly illustrated book describes in detail the history and culture, religion and traditions, as well as the political situation of Bethlehem today and the everyday lives of Palestinians at the end of the twentieth century.
Author: Raheb, Mitri; Strickert, Fred; Nalbandian, Garo. Publication Date:1999-07-01. ISBN-13:9783930378210. Number of Pages:160 Pages. Full Text Information.
Mitri Raheb, Fred Strickert. Garo Nalbandian (Photographer).
Known as the birth-place of Jesus Christ, Bethlehem is one of the most important places of pilgrimage and tourism in the world. Bethlehem 2000 : Past and Present. by Mitri Raheb and Fred Strickert.
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Bethlehem 2000 is not strictly a religious book, although it is full of pictures of. .
Bethlehem 2000 is not strictly a religious book, although it is full of pictures of religious people in the Bethlehem district and even includes icons from the remote (and closed to women) Mar Saba monastery in the desert. Raheb and Strickert introduce us in their text and pictures to the three towns of the Bethlehem district: Beit Sahour, Beit Jala, and Bethlehem itself, along with the small villages nestled in the desert. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Bethlehem 2000 from your list? Bethlehem 2000. by Mitri Raheb, Fred Strickert. Published 1998 by Palmyra Verlag, George Stein.
Raheb has written 16 books and numerous articles on issues relating to.
Mitri Raheb, The Invention of History: A Century of Interplay between Theology and Politics in Palestine, (Bethlehem: Diyar Publishing, 2011). Fred Strickert and Garo Nalbandian, Bethlehem: A World Heritage (Bethlehem, Diyar Publishing, 2013). I. I am a Palestinian Christian, (Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress 1995).
Mitri Raheb receives the prestigious Tolerance Ring Award in Cologne Rev. Dr. MitriRaheb, the founder and president of Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture received the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA) Rings of Tolerance award on Wednesday, November 15th in Cologne, Germany for his contribution to a world based on justice, peace, and tolerance.