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ALWATAN Center was visited by Ms. Dzouyi Konanga, a staff member of the United Nations Development Programme UNDP as part of a mapping exercise they are doing with Birzeit University, Swiss Peace and Palthink, to identify Civil Society Organizations, networks and individuals working on activities related to Palestinian reconciliation.

The Center facilitated meetings with members, activists and leaders of different Palestinian political factions including Hamas and Fatah, leaders of the marginalized communities, the Bedouin leaders of the region of Hebron and the cave dwellers.

Discussions were inclusive, participatory and genuine among all parties calling for reconciliation particularly between Fatah and Hamas

Thursday’s Quote

Thursday, December 14, 2017  Nelson Mandela says: “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally …

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Today Weather

There is a slight decrease in temperature, while staying slightly above its rates for such a time of year, and the weather is partly cloudy, cold in the day and cool at night. It is probably going to rain over some areas. The High Temperature: 15 C° The Low Temperature: …

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We Need Their Minds

Steven Jobs said, “It’s illogical to employ intelligent people and tell them what to do”. Once we occupy a certain position in a company, we think we are able to guide other employees the way we like regardless if it suits their abilities or not. We are always the best …

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Women’s Empowerment

    How can we foster women’s role in the society ? Daughters, mothers, grandmothers, and sisters are essential pillars in any society. Paying so much attention to the female sector will help the society to make a great uplift in different domains. The more awareness we provide about women’s …

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What Do We Know About Ghwein al-Fawqa

Khirbet Ghwein al-Fawqa is located on a hill overlooking the borders of Hebron in the West Bank, Palestine. It has a population of 120 Palestinians. It is clearly visible that the residents of this remote village live a very primitive difficult life in ancient caves and do not even have the …

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ALWATAN BioGas for The Poor Families

ALWATAN BioGas for the poor families ALWATAN Center is currently engaging in a joint initiative with local stakeholders and foreign volunteers to bring small-scale biogas systems to poor families in the southern West Bank. The first project will provide a biogas digester for a family in the caves village of …

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Gainesville at AlWATAN Center

Mayor of Gainesville in USA visits ALWATAN Center Craig Lowe Mayor of Gainesville, Florida in USA during his visit to ALWATAN Center and Hebron city with some members of Gainesville municipality, Cofrin Arts Center and Luminaries music team, as they meet with President of ALWATAN Center Nayef Hashlamoun and they …

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