Bethlehem X-mas to be broadcast live on internet

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
December 23, 2006 19:23

 
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Christians around the world will be able to watch a Christmas celebration in Bethlehem live on the internet starting Sunday via a new Christian web site. 60 minutes of live web video and audio will be replayed for 24 hours starting at 2 p.m. Eastern Time on Christmas Eve on www.Ipraynews.com. The web site says that it will also offer 24 hour access to live video and audio footage of the Temple Mount, the Western Wall, the Mount of Olives and Eastern Gate in Jerusalem.

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