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A brief history of the Palestinian community of Um al-Khair.

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It is important that you let your elected officials know your concerns about the pending demolitions in Um al-Khair. If you are a US citizen, please sign onto this petition and send a letter to your representatives urging them to take action and prevent the ongoing violence in Um al-Khair.

Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$35 per person for the breadmaking class. If you’re here in Palestine, learning the traditional Bedouin way of making bread is a must!

BREAD MAKING

Learn how to make traditional Bedouin bread and how the process fits into the ecosystem of sustainability from the women of the village.

Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$40, $60, or $80 per person to join this tour of the historical lands. Reduced rates for couples and groups.

TOUR IN THE DESERT
A journey to remember

Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$50 per person to join the local shepherds in a day of practicing their daily traditions. Reduced rates for couples and groups.

Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$100 per person to join us in our ancestors’ lands in the desert. Reduced rates for couples and groups.
Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$35 per person to learn hands-on about the pragmatic and cultural value of our goats and sheep. Reduced rates for couples and groups.
Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$60 per person, reduced rates for couples and groups. Visiting our local judge is a rich experience of restorative justice practices.
Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$35 per person to learn about traditional textile creation side by side with a few of the women of the village. Reduced rates for couples and groups.
Making bread in Um al-Khair, Palestine
$50 per person to stay in the comfiest guest house the south has to offer, with the best tea around. Reduced rates for couples and groups.

Like many other Palestinian communities, our lives have been characterized by displacement and resisting further displacement. Our lives have been in a constant form of resistance in the pursuit of justice.

Tariq Hathaleen, Good Shepherd Collective

While we’ve watched nearly all our homes be demolished, and the communities around us be demolished, or at least live under the threat of demolition – we have hope. We have hope because we’ve been a part of successful campaigns and know that solidarity between broad movements can usher in justice.

Eid Hathaleen, Good Shepherd Collective

When people come to the communities and listen to our stories, when we talk about all of these painful events in the context of international law, people become invested this movement of justice. We continue to believe because we see the movement for justice growing.

Awdah Hathaleen, Good Shepherd Collective

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