Tag Archives: church

New year with hope?

It was half an hour after midnight, the beginning of the year. After all the firework and the firework. Oh there were plenty, and they were close and loud too. After three glasses of champagne, and a few other glasses of sparkling wine, I was out for a ride. No, I wasn’t driving. It was […]

A Wedding in my Village

I should have written this two weeks ago, but here you go: There is a wedding in my village For the first time What an honor What a privilege There is a wedding in my village In our own village In our own church The only church The only standing building A charming chapel Plain […]

It still stands, so are we

Last Monday was the second day of Easter, and we have a nice tradition. Every year, on the second day of Easter we hold an Easter ceremony in our demolished and displaced village of Ma’alul, Palestine. The village was depopulated and demolished in the 1948 by the Israeli Army and we, my family and the other displaced […]

Nazareth at Twilight

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Photo – a church in Köln

A picture I took in Köln when I was there last year. Edited with instagram @arwa13b

Christmas Market – Nazareth #2

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    Picture of the Christmas Market – day #5 -Friday (unfortunately I couldn’t attend all other days). In this post there are pictures of the tree, Nazareth (and Basilica of Annunciation), Sama band performing (I took more shots of one guitar player simply because he’s my cousin). Enjoy.

Köln – instagram

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Dom Cathedral – Köln (Cologne

Church – Ma’lul (Palestine)

These were pictures from our depopulated town Ma’lul – Palestine. for more pictures and photography visit my actual web site here