Hundreds Mark Holy Saturday Near Bethlehem, PM Salam Fayyad Join The Festivities
Hundreds of Palestinian Christians at the southern West Bank town of Biet Sahour near Bethlehem marked Holy Saturday.
The festivities started as scout bands played music and marched throughout the streets of Biet Sahour. People of the town waited for the light to come from the church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.
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