Locals estimated the number of tourists in Manger Square Sunday afternoon as being less than half of last year, as many stayed away, deterred by the clashes and tensions.
There might not be any snow, but that doesn't stop the Christians of the Middle East from celebrating in their own way.
Does not the Torah challenge us to walk in the footsteps of our patriarch Abraham – both his physical and moral footsteps?
The tourism project represents a joint initiative that offers travelers an insiders’ journey through both Israel and the Palestinian territories.
Shepherds, a Palestinian beer producer, holds its second annual festival
They are held hostage by the Muslim majority around them, says Nonie Darwish.
The leader of the Anglican Church of England visited Israel, the Palestinian territories and Jordan.
Op-ed piece by Southern Methodist University faculty members calls Christian Zionism 'controversial'
The PA's decision to cancel Christmas celebrations had nothing to do with Israel or the intifada. It came after threats by Muslim extremists to target Christians and their holy sites.
Bethlehem mayor will meet the Pope next month and ask him to intervene with Israel against building the barrier in area.