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Palestinians building on Bethlehem brand
1. Tourism can be expanded considerably
East Palestine is full of young, clever and creative men and women in the arts and music We have freedoms of expression that positively encourage creativity What an attractive cultural destination to experience contemporary Palestinian music, theatre, comedy, fashion... Develop the arts by building arenas and theatres and also offering educational training opportunities for our young
Sammy ,   Newcastle   (12.07.12)
2. Nobody wants to go on a tour and hear lies. Jesus was NOT a
Palestinian and he was not a muslim. He was born a Jew and died a Jew. Same goes for all the other historical sites in Judea & Samaria.
Well let's see...   (12.07.12)
3. Bethlehem is part of Israel and we're taking it back.
Bethlehem is not part of Fictional Palestine. It is part of Israel and we're taking it back forever.
Chaim ,   Israel   (12.07.12)
4. #1 sammy
Tourism can increase if the borders were open, let alone agreed upon. This could happen if you would be serious about peace, which you are not. You refuse to talk, let alone compromise. You refuse to accept Israel while wanting Israel to give back land that you abandoned because you lost the war you began. (You began all the wars, and lost all of them.) Look in the mirror if you want to see the responsible party. Add this to the list of those things for which you are the cause, yet you blame others.
solomon ,   bklyn   (12.09.12)
5. #1 - Arts & Culture does not bring peace
if it were true there would have peace long ago. Cultural exchange is only that. Palenstians are creative and talented, but it ends there. Hatred in the their hearts prevents an everlasting peace. The tourists sites are Jewish - not islamic.
Tova ,   Canada   (12.17.12)
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