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Distance between Iraq and Palestine

Distance between Iraq and Palestine

Distance between Iraq and Palestine

The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Iraq and Palestinian Territory is 803.56 km= 499.31 miles.

If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Iraq to Palestinian Territory, It takes 1hours 30 minitues  to arrive.


History of Palestine

Palestine is a small region of land—roughly 2,400 square miles—that has played a prominent role in the ancient and modern history of the Middle East. Violent attempts to control land have defined much of the history of Palestine, making it the site of constant political conflict. Arab people who call this territory home are known as Palestinians, and the people of Palestine have a strong desire to create a free and independent state in a contested region of the world that’s considered sacred by many groups.


When to go to Palestine

Most people try to avoid the extremely hot season when working out the best time to visit Palestine, which is June until September. Every other time of year has something special to offer, from religious festivities at Easter and Christmas of course, but if you want to simply go hiking through ancient history, anytime out of the summer highs is just perfect.

The best time to visit is from March to May and from September to November, when the weather is warm, sunny and mostly dry. The summer months of June to August are notoriously hot.

December to February is generally wet and cold. Although you can get some reasonable bargains, Christmas is very busy with thousands heading to Bethlehem for Christmas Mass.


Getting around in Palestine

Palestinian buses and shared taxis run frequently, but information is scarce and direct routes are often cut by Israeli checkpoints.

Self-drive is possible but tricky. If you hire a car with Palestinian plates, the Israeli army will prevent you from entering Jerusalem or from using Israeli-only West Bank roads. If you hire a car with Israeli plates, Palestinians may mistake you for a settler and throw stones. Most Israeli firms expressly forbid entering the West Bank.


Palestine accommodation

There’s a host of accommodation choices : Hotels, homestays, hostels and guesthouses are all available.

I hope you can choice the best places with the cheap price!


Palestine food & drink

The food of Palestine is a sumptuous array of vibrant and flavoursome dishes, sharing culinary traits with Middle Eastern and East Mediterranean regions. Nonetheless, Palestinian cuisine has its own unique identity, which stands out within the area and across the world.

The best way to eat is to order a tableful of mezze – small dishes of dips, salads and savoury pastries. Main-course favourites include maqloubeh (meat with rice and veg) and musakhan (chicken with bread and pine-nuts). Street-food – falafel sandwiches and shawarma (donner kebab) – is delicious…umum yummy!

Chachouka recipe

Shorabit adas lentil soup recipe

Health & safety in Palestine

Although relatively safe, the West Bank is still under great political strain. Exercise caution and be aware of any potential demonstrations or events that could cause potential problems. Clashes with Israeli forces are usually predictable, so avoidable.