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A view of the separation wall from inside the city of Bethlehem, one of the largest Christian cities in Palestine.

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Christians in Palestine suffer social and economic persecution. Here they remind others where to turn for answers.

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A view of the Anastas Family home that is surrounded on three sides by the separation wall.

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Johnny Anastas stands outside his home for an interview. He and his family have struggled to keep their business alive after the rise of the separation wall in 2003.

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A viewpoint from the kids bedroom inside the Anastas Family home.

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Overlooking the city of Bethlehem on the east side. 

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Vehicles are decorated for the procession of the Holy Fire in the city of Beit Jala. The Miracle of the Holy Fire happens once a year in Jerusalem and the flame spreads across Palestine, Israel, and even into Jordan.

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Christians celebrate the miracle of the Holy Fire with a procession in the city of Beit Jala. 

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The Holy Fire, which miraculously ignites each year inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, is carried all the way to Beit Jala, Palestine, in a celebratory procession.  

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Odeh Marcous rests on his living room couch in Bethlehem after spending a long day at Christmas celebrations with his kids. 

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Odeh Marcous looks out the window of his brother's home in Bethlehem, Palestine.

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Sahar Qumsiyeh helps the children at her church in Bethlehem reenact the Nativity Story.

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Inside the home of Sahar Qumsiyeh on Christmas Day 2012 in Beit Sahour, Palestine.

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Jack Giccamen, a devout Catholic from Beit Jala, poses inside his olive wood shop in Bethlehem. 

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A Muslim man carves baby Jesus figures out of olive wood to be sold to tourists during the Christmas season.

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Catholic Christians listen during the Holy Thursday mass at the Church of St. Catharine in Bethlehem.

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A view of the separation wall from inside the city of Bethlehem, one of the largest Christian cities in Palestine.

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Christians in Palestine suffer social and economic persecution. Here they remind others where to turn for answers.

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A view of the Anastas Family home that is surrounded on three sides by the separation wall.

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Johnny Anastas stands outside his home for an interview. He and his family have struggled to keep their business alive after the rise of the separation wall in 2003.

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A viewpoint from the kids bedroom inside the Anastas Family home.

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Overlooking the city of Bethlehem on the east side. 

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Vehicles are decorated for the procession of the Holy Fire in the city of Beit Jala. The Miracle of the Holy Fire happens once a year in Jerusalem and the flame spreads across Palestine, Israel, and even into Jordan.

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Christians celebrate the miracle of the Holy Fire with a procession in the city of Beit Jala. 

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The Holy Fire, which miraculously ignites each year inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, is carried all the way to Beit Jala, Palestine, in a celebratory procession.  

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Odeh Marcous rests on his living room couch in Bethlehem after spending a long day at Christmas celebrations with his kids. 

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Odeh Marcous looks out the window of his brother's home in Bethlehem, Palestine.

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Sahar Qumsiyeh helps the children at her church in Bethlehem reenact the Nativity Story.

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Inside the home of Sahar Qumsiyeh on Christmas Day 2012 in Beit Sahour, Palestine.

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Jack Giccamen, a devout Catholic from Beit Jala, poses inside his olive wood shop in Bethlehem. 

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A Muslim man carves baby Jesus figures out of olive wood to be sold to tourists during the Christmas season.

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Catholic Christians listen during the Holy Thursday mass at the Church of St. Catharine in Bethlehem.

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