Welcome to Stories from Palestine podcast
Welcome to Stories from Palestine podcast
In the courtyard of Maqam Nabi Musa shrine Moses
History & Heritage
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After our successful October program we decided to organize three trips in 2023. Small groups (6-10 people) and lots of history, heritage, culture, food and geo-political reality.
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Sea of Galilee pilgrimage

This is the full transcript of the podcast episode: Before I got really sick last week, and I am still […]

Armenians in Palestine

Apo Sahagian Apo Sahagian is a singer and works in different artistic related projects in Jerusalem. He is also the […]

Traces of Home

Traces of Home In this podcast episode you can hear an interview with Colette Ghunim about the film ‘Traces of […]

Holy Sepulchre church virtual tour

This is the full transcript of the podcast audio tour The parvis in front of the Holy Sepulchre church Before […]

Introduction to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre

  One of the most visited sites in the old city of Jerusalem is the Holy Sepulchre Church. A Sepulchre […]

Avdat and the Nabateans

Nabateans and the incense route in the Naqab desert The Naqab desert is about 1200 square kilometers. That is 120,000 […]


I really enjoyed it. Thanks for what you do Kristel. and Looking forward for your work.
George Zeidan

George Zeidan

Loving this virtual road trip - made me feel very emotional with the stories from 1948. I felt the great sweep of history of these lands - you captured it so well. So happy to hear of your global success.

Linda Loganathan

I LOVE your podcast!!! I Hope the response you are getting is positive because it’s magic, I listen while getting ready for work and you transport me. Someday I will get to visit you but in the mean time I get to learn, travel, adventure virtually with you.

Samia van Hattum

Kristel, love your podcasts and the enthusiasm you bring to the topic of the week and lively and informative guests you interview. Great use of technology to reach a global family. Look forward to listening to many more in the months and hopefully years ahead. Dylan & Family x

Dylan Glyn Jones

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