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12269789267?profile=RESIZE_930xRamez Habboub

This narrow strip of land along the Mediterranean coast between Israel and Egypt is tiny – just 141 square miles/365 sq. kilometers (about the size of Las Vegas or the British city of  Sheffield) – and with a population of nearly 2.1 million, making it one of the world´s most densely packed territories.

And Gaza has of course massively been in the news since October 7 because of the tragic and horrific reasons with which by now we´re all too familiar. And when it comes to spots

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Where is Palestine located?

Where is the State of Palestine located?

Palestine is an Arab country located in Asia on the eastern Mediterranean coast. It borders Jordan to the east, Lebanon to the north, and the Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt to the south.

Capital of Palestine

The city of Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the state of Palestine.

Palestine currency

The Palestinians use the Israeli Sheqel, the Jordanian Dinar, and the American Dollar.

Who owned the land first Israel or Palestine?

Britain took control of the area known a

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The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, known in Hebrew as Yam Ha-Melakh (the Sea of Salt) is the lowest point on earth.

It is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east, and Palestine and the West Bank to the west.
It’s surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert.


Healing Benefits of the Dead Sea

  • The very salty water can contribute to relieving many health problems, especially those related to the respiratory system, bones, and joints.
  • The high percentage of salts may help relieve the symptoms of some skin prob
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Cities of Palestine

Palestine is an Arab country located in Asia, it has many famous cities

History of Palestine:

  • Its history dates back to more than five thousand years.
  • It is thus one of the oldest cities in the world.
  • In addition, it witnessed the civilizations of the Bronze Age, Iron Age, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Crusader.
  • Moreover, the Umayyad, Abbasid, and Fatimid followed, The Ayyubid, the Mamluk, and the Ottomans.
  • All this left behind them monuments and archaeological manuscripts.

Names of Jerusalem:

  • Througho
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