The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


No future?

In Bethlehem, Palestinian Lutherans struggle to make ends meet

George Nassar wants a good life for his family. So he works two jobs — as a gardener in Jerusalem's Old City and on his family farm five miles south of Jerusalem.

But he can't get to either job because Israel closed its doors to thousands of Palestinian workers when the second intifada (uprising) broke out last September.

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