More information on the Holiday Cards

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Santa comes to Palestine
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The birthplace of Christianity is in Israel-Palestine, where many Palestinians still celebrate Christmas today. Unfortunately, millions of Palestinians in 2018 suffer under a brutal Israeli military occupation, which is intensified by the presence of Israel’s illegal 8-metre-high Wall throughout the West Bank. While the Israeli government insists on exercising control over Palestine, many Palestinians and Israelis, as well as many international organizations – including Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East – are working to break the political barriers to bring peace and goodwill to the region this holiday season.
If you wish, you can also buy a packet of cards in this style.

Card1-watermark.png Wisemen at the Wall
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Many people don’t realize it, but many of Christianity’s most revered sites are located in Palestine – among them Bethlehem, the Biblical site of the birth of Jesus. Unfortunately, in 2018, Bethlehem suffers under Israeli military occupation and is bisected by an illegal 8-metre-high Wall constructed by Israel. Despite these challenges and a lack of political goodwill, many individual Palestinians and Israelis, as well as many international organizations – including Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East – are working for peace on earth in Israel-Palestine this holiday season.
If you want, you can also buy a packet of cards in this style.

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Bethelem Christmas Celebration
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Many people don’t realize it, but many of Christianity’s most revered sites are located in Palestine – among them Bethlehem, the Biblical site of the birth of Jesus.  Unfortunately, in 2018, Bethlehem suffers under Israeli military occupation and is bisected by an illegal 8-metre-high Wall constructed by Israel.  Today, 1.7 percent of all Palestinians are Christians – including eleven thousand in the modern city of Bethlehem – who celebrate Christmas along with the rest of the world.
If you want, you can also buy a packet of cards in this style.

 

 

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