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By Youssef Katalo, Hebron Israel
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Youssef Katalo was born in Dura, Hebron in 1965. He is a member of the Palestinian Artists' League, vice president for Ibdaa' center for culture and arts in Dura, and a board member of Al-'Anqa' Cultural Center in Hebron.

Katalo currently lives in Hebron and works in photography and graphic design. Click here for more info.

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Dec 16, 2010 - Issue 406
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