Ministries

  • Boost Pal Craftaid appeal for YWCA

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    Each year, Pal Craftaid conducts an appeal to support ministries in Palestine that empower the lives of individuals through education, job training, healthcare for community life. Funds from this year's appeal will go to the YWCA in Palestine which operates on the principle: Keep Hope Alive. No organization is more dedicated to non-violence and to improving the lives of...

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  • Ideas for End of Summer Gifts

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    The end of summer is fast approaching and fall is on the way. The close of summer always means goodbyes – to go back to school, a new job, off to college, or the end of summer jobs wherever they may be. Pal Craftaid is offering creative little friendship gifts to help say goodbye. These gifts simply say, “Remember...

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  • Rawdat campaign is under way

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    By Mary Witherspoon and Abla Nasir

    The girls in their white blouses and blue pleated skirts with black hair, mostly in neat thick braids and boys standing tall in their dark trousers and starched white shirts welcomed with warm smiles a group of middle-aged women from...

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  • K’ak - Hala’s recipe

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    Hala You may need to buy some ingredients in a Middle Eastern grocery, a health food store or a specialized spice shop.
    • 2.2 pounds of wheat semolina flour
    • 2 cups of butter
    • 1/4 cup of oil
    • ½ teaspoon of rock cherry
    • ¼ teaspoon of Arabic gum
    Mix ingredients and oil...

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  • Melia Art and Training Center

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    Sponsored by the Arab Orthodox Women’s Society, the Melia Center and shop was established in East Jerusalem in 1994. It is a gathering spot for women and a distribution center for the hand-stitched goods created by women in Jerusalem and across the West Bank. Given the dire economic realities of life under occupation, women are increasingly...

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