Cette excursion unique à double narration vous emmène au cœur de l'une des villes les plus complexes au monde pour une découverte approfondie du conflit israélo-palestinien. Au départ de Jérusalem, rendez-vous dans la ville sainte d'Hébron, sur la rive ouest, pour une visite des secteurs israélien et palestinien, connus sous les noms de H1 et H2, d'abord avec un guide juif puis avec un guide palestinien. Écoutez les deux points de vue du conflit pour obtenir un aperçu impartial sur la vie dans cette ville explosive du Moyen-Orient. Visiter le tombeau des Patriarches, explorez les quartiers juifs et dégustez un déjeuner maison (facultatif) dans la demeure d'une famille palestinienne locale.
was a good experience on both sides the isrealie guide was great full of knowledge and informations we went to different places and had time to make photos also the arab side was nice to see the real situation of plasestinians and thier way of living and their views of the situation...a good trip different from all other trips you might do but gives you a real test of the modern isreal
A brilliant and thought provoking day in a totally divided city.
I had heard a lot about Hebron, mainly a bias view on how badly the Israeli's are treating the Palestinian's so I wanted to hear both sides of the story and find out the truth of the situation. So this 'duel narrative tour' was ideal.
We met Gabriel, our Jewish guide, he gave us a brilliant insight into the conflict and how this the people of Hebron were trying to deal with it. So we got on a bullet proof bus to make the journey from Jerusalem. When we reached Hebron, Gabe intoduced us to Mohammed our Muslim Palestinian guide who took us through the check point. Here we walked through a beautiful old part of the city and talked to several people who said how much the Jewish people had persecuted them and were ruining their lives.
We then came back, through the check point, to the Jewish part of the city. Gabriel showed us where the Palestinians had murdered Jewish people, including a baby and 6 students and where a teddy bear had been stuffed with explosives and placed in a playground!! We were introduced to a Jewish lady who told her own story and gave her views on how this situation could be resolved. What a day! So interesting hearing both sides. One side will not accept a resolution, the other side want nothing but peace and a way to live together as one nation.