A view of the separation wall from inside the city of Bethlehem, one of the largest Christian cities in Palestine.
Christians in Palestine suffer social and economic persecution. Here they remind others where to turn for answers.
A view of the Anastas Family home that is surrounded on three sides by the separation wall.
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.
A viewpoint from the kids bedroom inside the Anastas Family home.
Overlooking the city of Bethlehem on the east side.
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.
Christians celebrate the miracle of the Holy Fire with a procession in the city of Beit Jala.
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.
Odeh Marcous rests on his living room couch in Bethlehem after spending a long day at Christmas celebrations with his kids.
Odeh Marcous looks out the window of his brother's home in Bethlehem, Palestine.
Sahar Qumsiyeh helps the children at her church in Bethlehem reenact the Nativity Story.
Inside the home of Sahar Qumsiyeh on Christmas Day 2012 in Beit Sahour, Palestine.
Jack Giccamen, a devout Catholic from Beit Jala, poses inside his olive wood shop in Bethlehem.
A Muslim man carves baby Jesus figures out of olive wood to be sold to tourists during the Christmas season.
Catholic Christians listen during the Holy Thursday mass at the Church of St. Catharine in Bethlehem.