Aziza Nofal

A group of walkers take part in a hike organized by the Palestine Association for Mountain Sports Development. Posted March 5, 2017.  (photo by Facebook/PalestineClubPAMSD)

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Hiking tours could help boost domestic tourism in West Bank

Friday, Mar. 10, 2017 | Aziza Nofal, Contributor

Climbing and hiking tours in the West Bank not only have the potential to increase tourism, but also give Palestinian youth the chance to visit areas they have never seen before, thus strengthening their sense of belonging to the homeland.

How this West Bank village became a writers' retreat

Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 | Aziza Nofal, Contributor

A Palestinian journalist living in Germany started a cultural retreat program in the West Bank village of Kafr Rumman where visitors, in exchange for educating and interacting with the area’s children, can stay for free.

Palestinian Christians learn iconography

Monday, Feb. 20, 2017 | Aziza Nofal, Contributor

The Bethlehem Icon Center is seeking to revive iconography that originated in Palestine, by offering classes for Palestinians and foreigners eager to learn this ancient Christian form of art.

'War of the shrines' stirs tension between Palestinians, Israelis

Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017 | Aziza Nofal, Contributor

The fate of the West Bank’s holy sites is the subject of intense competition between Palestinian historical narratives and the theological discourse of the settlement movement. They are also key targets for settlement activities.

Circus troupe takes Jerusalem's streets by storm

Monday, Jan. 30, 2017 | Aziza Nofal, Contributor

Three young Palestinians founded Street Circus to put on free, spontaneous shows for entertaining residents and bringing attention to the city's lack of support for the arts.

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Aziza Nofal is a journalist from Nablus. She lives and works in Ramallah as a freelance reporter for Arab and regional websites. She graduated in 2000 from the department of media and journalism at Al-Najah National University and received her master's degree in Israeli studies in 2014 from Al-Quds University. She now works in the field of investigative journalism in Palestine and in cooperation with Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ), an organization based in Amman, Jordan.

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