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Pilgrims to Bethlehem University

The Holy Land is sacred for Christians, Jews, and Muslims

Around 2.6 million people travel from around the world to experience the culture, learn about religious and cultural sites, and pray. Bethlehem University is often one of many sites visited, located atop the hill in Bethlehem, several blocks from Manger Square and the Church of the Nativity.

On average, 4,000 pilgrims visit Bethlehem University each year from all over the world. They are greeted by Amjaad Musleh, Bethlehem University’s Guest Relations Officer, and a host of student ambassadors. Pilgrims often interact with students and Bethlehem University’s Vice-Chancelor and tour the campus.

For more information on how to be a pilgrim, contact Bethlehem University guest relations officer, Amjaad Musleh at [email protected].