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Palestinian chef prepares iftar food in Hebron


Hebron, Apr 19 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Abed Al Hashlamoun) A Palestinian chef prepares a dish known as "kidrah" in the West Bank city of Hebron for the traditional dinner that breaks the Ramadan fast ("iftar").FOOTAGE OF KIDRAH PREPARATION IN HEBRON, WEST BANK.

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