Hebron Deaf Palestinians

Trip Start Aug 12, 2005
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Trip End Aug 23, 2005


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Thursday, August 18, 2005

It is August 18th. It would have been my last day Gaza if it were not for the pull out event. We were ordered to leave.

Of course I was very disappointed. I wanted to stay in Gaza and learn about Deaf life there. I have always wondered how Deaf people managed to gather information during national disputes or conflicts such as what we see going on between Israel and the Palestine.

The evening after we returned to our home office, we got a phone call from the Deaf community in Hebron. We are invited to mingle with them. I was perhaps lucky, that Deaf friends in Gaza helped set up an appointment for me to meet with Deaf Palestines in Hebron.

Thanks to friends in Gaza for I had a wonderful time.
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Darlene Asea on

I was searching for Deaf Clubs in Palestine and I was so happy to find this information. I am researching for rmy Deaf friend who is Palestinian (US Citizen) who is living in Jordan with his family. He wants to visit there in Hebron and wanted to know of a Deaf Club there. He is also looking for work.
Can you tell me exactly where this Deaf Club is in Hebron and any direct contact info?
My e-mail address is: DASEA1@aol.com

jokengin
jokengin on

I'm looking for three years but I could not find a palestinian deaf friends. The first time I'm so glad I found your web site (TravelPod). It's good to share with you. A deaf between Turkey and Palestine is very important. Palestinian wants to learn Turkish sign language We are ready to support the Palestinian. Why do not deaf school in Palestine?

I'm waiting send me : jokengin@gmail.com

bb on

Hi

Do you have the phone number to the Deaf community in Hebron? I want to get in contact with the deaf Palestinians.

Regards

bobby harris on

shalom and asalam alykum if i remember it right spelling, i saw the photos i was so impressed i am jewish but i love all people no matter what i even love palestinians too i am hearing impaired and cant find any deaf people in ramallah or anywhere in palestine or anything whats happen to those who are deaf i can make contact with them i would have loved to teach how to speak english and american sign language too i would love that more than anything let me know where the deaf are and i can make contact and chat

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