Welcome to obethlehem.com; we are a group of native Christians from different denominations in the Holy Land. We are not affiliated with any religious or political institution. Our mission focuses on supporting the Christian Community in the Holy Land in response to the growing regional Israeli-Palestinian conflict and decline of the Christian minority. We support the Christian minority in the holy land through creating jobs for the youth, supporting the local artisans in Bethlehem District, and promoting tourism industry in Bethlehem.
Obethlehem is the virtual gateway to religious, historic and modern-day Bethlehem in Holy Land. It offers a comprehensive experience of today’s vital, fascinating urban center, providing unique religious, social and tourism services and bringing the Bethlehem experience to those who seek it.
At Obethlehem.com all you need to know about the people, major attractions, churches, culture and history of Bethlehem; the birthplace of the lord Jesus Christ and much more.
A two day international conference titled “Fostering sustainable socio-economic development for host communities” on religious tourism organized by the United Nations World Tourism Organization began in Bethlehem. Read More >>
The Beit Jala Summer Festival for Culture and Arts was organized by Beit Jala Arab Orthodox Scout with the Association of Arab Orthodox Charity in Beit Jala. Read More >>
Early Thursday morning, right-wing Israelis set on fire the Church of the Multiplication, where Christians believe that Jesus multiplied loaves and fishes, and wrote graffiti in Hebrew on the walls that read, "False idols will be smashed" and "Pagans". Read More >>
Patriarch Emeritus of Jerusalem of the Latins Michel Sabbah said on Friday, June 26: "We are determined to keep on staying in our land. We fear nothing and we do not want protection from anybody.'' He made this statement in response to a statement issued by the Bait Al Maqdis (Jerusalem) Emirate of the Islamic State which threatens to slaughter the Christians if they do not leave Jerusalem before Eid Al Fitr. Read more >>
Growing unrest in the Middle East is causing great concern for the Christian community around the world, and author George J. Marlin is hoping to enlighten Western Christians on how seriously matters are progressing, as their brethren in the Middle East continue to undergo persecution. Read more >>
The leaders of four branches of Islam in Lebanon gathered earlier this month to issue a joint statement in the face of sectarianism and the rise of the Islamic State, denouncing attacks against Christians in the region. Read more >>
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