West Bank’s Nablus Wagers on Spices, Samaritans, Palaces

By Michael Luongo – 2012-06-14T04:01:00Z In Nablus, being a good Samaritan is something locals take literally. Thats because some are. Im on Mount Gerizim, meeting Samaritan Museum Director Husney Kahen

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West Bank’s Nablus Wagers on Spices, Samaritans, Palaces


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