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The AP's original sentence read as follows: "veteran brewer Nadim Khoury, who launched Taybeh beer in the West Bank in 1994 and now makes 600,000 liters a year, takes pride in being the first to put Palestine on the global beer map." The revised AP ...
Taybeh, a Christian Palestinian village in the West Bank, celebrated its 11th Oktoberfest on September 24 and 25.

Meantime, the Syrian air force destroyed the fortified sites of the terrorists in Ma'ardes, Souran, Taybat al-Imam, Zour al-Taybeh, Batish, al-Zalaqiyat, Tal Dwair, Atshan, North of Ma'an and Skeik in Northern and Northwest Hama. Four tanks, three ...
A stranger landing in Israel and watching the efforts of right-wing Knesset members to prevent the evacuation and demolition of the illegal West Bank settlement outpost of Amona would likely have thought that the security of the State of Israel was at ...
But they returned home two decades later in the heady days that followed the 1993 Oslo Agreements, hoping a lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians was just around the corner. As the diplomats tried to hammer out a final agreement, ... The ...
Visitors can escape the crowds and view local art exhibits at the lobby of the Taybeh Golden Hotel by prominent Palestinian artists, Sliman Mansour, Nabil Anani, and Tayseer Barakat. The highlight of the day will be the beer competition with the only ...

The West Bank already has three independent breweries - well-established veteran Taybeh, newcomer Shepherds and tiny Wise Men's Choice, made in a basement near biblical Bethlehem.
If you've ever visited a Middle Eastern country, one noticeable difference to Europe is restriction on alcohol. Muslims are not allowed to drink according to scripture (read why Muslims don't drink here) so depending on the ruling government, access to ...
They are hosting meetings and speaking about the Holiday Season in Israel and Palestine but the discussion only includes the meaning of Ramadan and the Jewish holidays.
Across the West Bank, olive trees can be found that have survived from the time of Herod, a legacy of the Romans' cultivation of the tree throughout its empire, including in Palestine. The trees are easily identified. In Arabic, they are known as ...
Even though the West Bank sits atop aquifers that supply most of the water to Palestinians and Israelis, Israel decides how much goes to the Palestinians. Typically Palestinian households receive less than a fifth of the supply to Jewish settlers ...
Even though the West Bank sits atop aquifers that supply most of the water to Palestinians and Israelis, Israel decides how much goes to the Palestinians. Typically Palestinian households receive less than a fifth of the supply to Jewish settlers ...
On my study tour, sponsored by Combined Jewish Philanthropies, a number of colleagues and I had the chance to speak with people from all parts of Israeli and Palestinian civil societies. What excited me were the experiments and progress being made by ...
She explained that the sun on the Taybeh Beer logo is a symbol of hope for a bright future for Palestine. According to the 1922 British census, 10 percent of those living in Palestine were Christian; today less than 2 percent are Christian. In 2010 ...
"Well," she says, "99 per cent of Palestinians are Muslim. But 50 per cent of ... It's only a short drive from Jerusalem to the town of Taybeh, a small Christian settlement in the Palestinian hills, but it's a journey that takes you through the full ...
Israel has a flourishing craft beer scene, and in the West Bank Taybeh ("tasty" in Arabic) has been producing a range of craft beers since the 1990s.
June 3, 2016 at 11:09 am | Published in: Israel, Middle East, News, Palestine ... Israeli forces stormed the village of Al-Taybeh, west of Jenin, and declared it a closed military zone yesterday, according to the Palestinian news agency WAFA ...

The Palestinian prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers have kidnapped, on Thursday at dawn, twelve Palestinians in different parts of the occupied West Bank. The PPS said the soldiers invaded various communities in the northern West ...
We also talked with members of the Palestinian business community, including the Bethlehem Development Foundation, the Hebron Business Incubator Center, the Taybeh Brewing Co., and Bashar Masri, Palestinian-American entrepreneur and co-founder of ...
... the soldiers at the roadblock." On Friday at dawn, several Israeli military vehicles invaded Taybeh village, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, searched many homes and kidnapped one Palestinian, identified as 'Ala Ahmad Mahmoud Jabarin, 24.
Palestinian Christians in the Israeli occupied West Bank Village of Taybeh celebrate St. George Day in the local Orthodox Church and also in the community.
This is such a beautiful ancient tradition and brilliantly celebrated ceremony but Palestinians do not have the freedom of movement to get into Jerusalem without permits thus "making lemonade out of lemons" more than 14 scouts groups (Christian ...
Annual Land Day demonstrations commemorate the six Palestinian citizens of Israel shot dead by Israeli forces during mass protests against land seizures in the Galilee on the same date in 1976.
The first microbrewery in the area was actually opened by a Palestinian in 1995 in the village of Tayibe. But a low marketing budget and restrictions on alcohol in Islamic culture prevented the beer of the Taybeh Brewing Company (Taybeh meaning ...
Vera Baboun is the first woman mayor of Bethlehem. She is also Catholic. It is the case in the Palestinian Territories that those cities deemed Christian have Christian mayors.
The first microbrewery in the area was actually opened by a Palestinian in 1995 in the village of Tayibe. But a low marketing budget and restrictions on alcohol in Islamic culture prevented the beer of the Taybeh Brewing Company (Taybeh meaning ...
It's widely known that Israel has penetrated the wine market, with some of its sophisticated Israeli blends surpassing historically excellent wines from areas such as the Napa Valley or Bordeaux.
Jacob Oryah, a religious vintner, challenged the notion that wine touched by a secular person cannot be kosher - and was promptly punished for it.
As part of an initiative led by the nonprofit organization Sikkuy, whose mission it is to implement full equality between Arab Palestinians and Jewish citizens of Israel, a special forum "Shared Tourism for a Shared Society" will take place this ...
In remarks to a UN Security Council session dealing with the situation in Palestine last week, Ban did condemn, as he routinely does, Palestinian attacks on Israeli citizens. For Israel, that is a standard duty ... Recognition of Palestinian ...
The last one took place in Taybeh, my hometown, affecting the Palestinian-Israeli Zabarga family, while settlers continue to expand settlements in the occupied West Bank. They are talking to us with bulldozers, we want to talk with rights and justice.
Two weeks ago, Israel expressed its outrage from Palestinian donations in West Bank to rebuild the demolished homes of Palestinians. The donations included of 19-year-old Muhannad Al-Halabi near Ramallah, after it was destroyed by IOF a few days ...
This Christmas those of us in the press corps celebrated lunch outdoors with Turkey and Palestinian starters and Taybeh, the Palestinian beer. On other days the food is dictated by the seasons, although there are no actual menus. Specialities include ...
A Palestinian protestor reacts after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops during clashes near the border of Israel and Gaza City Nov. 13.
Jerusalem (CNS) -- From a new playground at the Catholic parish in Gaza to transitional housing provided by a U.S. agency, visiting bishops from three continents said they saw signs of hope and resilience amid the continuing poverty and destruction in ...
(CN) - A Palestinian Christian family that proved it was persecuted by Muslims in the West Bank is eligible for asylum, the Sixth Circuit ruled.
Christians, like my family living in Bethlehem - Beit Jala, Ramallah, Taybeh, and Beit Sahour - are being oppressed and bullied, beaten and even killed by Israel's soldiers and the terrorist Israeli settlers.
You would say this is a mystery "ripped from the headlines" if our media regularly reported on real life in the Occupied Territories of the West Bank in Palestine but it doesn't. murder Under the Bridge: A Palestine Mystery by Kate Jessica Raphael ...
For foreign journalists in the Holy Land, the festive season usually arrives with a fasinating missive: an email invitation to the Palestine Liberation Organization's annual Christmas dinner. The event is an opportunity for Saeb Erekat, the secretary ...
Bethlehem may be about to become more than just the birthplace of Jesus, but Bethlehem is now being tipped as a stag do destination.
Israel and the West Bank have seen renewed violence in recent months, with clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem and Hebron and stabbings in Tel Aviv. Bethlehem has been the scene of violence between youths and Israeli troops, with ...
In a 2005 article titled "Taybeh in Flames" Maria Khoury describes an all-too-familiar situation, like what is seen today in Syria.
Ramallah, occupied West Bank - Canaan Khoury had recently finished work for the day at the first Palestinian boutique winery in Taybeh, overlooking the Dead Sea. ... The Israeli settlements are considered illegal, as Israel has never annexed the ...
I've scored a spot through my cousin, an employee of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees.
Security sources told WAFA that 24-year-old Bilal Amarneh, a local from Jenin, was severally beaten by soldiers manning al-Taybeh Israeli military checkpoint, near Tulkarem, as he was returning home from his workplace inside the 1948 occupied land of ...
THE first Palestinian-owned winery is helping to restore the fortunes of grape-growers in the West Bank. The winery is in Taybeh, one of the few Christian villages in Palestine. The grapes are sourced, in the main, from three neighbouring villages ...
There are now more than 20 U.S.-style craft breweries in Israel, one in Jordan, four in Lebanon, and one in Palestine's West Bank. Although alcoholic beverages are strictly forbidden in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iran, homebrewing is common in all three.
Alaa Sayej knows it's a tough time to invest in "Made in Palestine" products. Formal talks to end the Israeli occupation are ... International movements to boycott Israeli companies are growing, but for Palestinians on the ground, creating their own ...
With obstacles marring the journey to success, Palestine's newest locally brewed ale has become a smashing success in Ramallah and the West Bank since its beers hit the Palestinian market mid-June. Three brothers from Berzeit, a predominantly Christian ...
It's a Friday morning in Ramallah and there's a sleepy atmosphere in the de-facto capital for the Palestinians, as the majority of locals observe the Muslim day of rest and worship.





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