• Karakeeb

    PalVision selected a group of five young people to learn how to create high-energy percussion music as part of a project called, “Jawalat Alquds” or “Jerusalem Rangers.” The group chose the name “Karakeeb” for themselves – meaning “waste,” in English – because they perform using everyday household items and things that would otherwise be thrown […]

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  • Mas’ud at Damascus Gate

    This is a computer game, taking the form of a flash program on a CD. It features a boy, “Mas’ud,” who is faced with the challenge of answering a series of increasingly difficult questions about Jerusalem. The objective of the game is to educate users about the historical and religious aspects of Jerusalem, in an […]

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  • Newbls Group

    A “hakawati” is a traditional storyteller, who narrates real life stories and fairy tales in entertaining ways. One of PalVision’s initiatives has been to sponsor a group of younghakawatis interested in telling stories about milestones in Jerusalem’s history.   To accomplish this in an innovative and entertaining way, hakawatis were provided with special costumes depicting […]

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  • Jerusalem Map & Colouring Book

    This map is the first of its kind, not only because it was created by East Jerusalemite youth, but also because it refers to sites in Jerusalem using their original Arabic names. An accompanying colouring book was also compiled by the youth, featuring images of the archaeological and religious places included on the map, such […]

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