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WEST BANK: Palestinian Knafeh enters Guinness World Records.

Palestinians make the largest Knafeh platter in an attempt to get into the Guinness Book of World Records. Palestinians made the largest Knafeh in an attempt to get into the Guinness Book of World Records. The plate of the Palestinian delicacy measured 75 meters in length and two meters in width with a weight of 1,350 kilograms, according to Muhannad Rabi, the organizer of the event. "Today Nablus is welcoming people from all over the world to tell them that people want to live. As Mahmoud Darwi...

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NABLUS, WEST BANK (JULY 17, 2009) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF WORKERS MAKING KNAFEH, TRADITIONAL MIDDLE EASTERN SWEET, IN ORDER TO ENTER GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS MAN BOILING WATER THAT CONTAINS SUGAR TO PUT ON KNAFEH CLOSE OF KNAFEH TRAYS NABLUS, WEST BANK (JULY 18, 2009) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) ORGANISER OF EVENT, MUHANNAD RABI, SAYING: "Today Nablus is welcoming people from all over the world to tell them that people want to live. As Mahmoud Darwish [late Palestinian poet] said, 'On this earth is what is worth living', we are making Knafeh today, a sweet delight. We hospitalized visitors with this Knafeh. This is our message. We hope the economic situation will improve." VARIOUS OF WORKERS CARRYING TRAYS OF KNAFEH MEASURING KNAFEH VARIOUS OF WORKERS ORGANIZING LARGEST KNAFEH CLOSE OF KNAFEH VARIOUS OF PEOPLE LOOKING MAN TAKING PICTURE PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER SALAM FAYYAD EATING KNAFEH (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER, SALAM FAYYAD, SAYING: "It...

NABLUS, WEST BANK (JULY 17, 2009) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF WORKERS MAKING KNAFEH, TRADITIONAL MIDDLE EASTERN SWEET, IN ORDER TO ENTER GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS MAN BOILING WATER THAT CONTAINS SUGAR TO PUT ON KNAFEH CLOSE OF KNAFEH TRAYS NABLUS, WEST BANK (JULY 18, 2009) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) ORGANISER OF EVENT, MUHANNAD RABI, SAYING: "Today Nablus is welcoming people from all over the world to tell them that people want to live. As Mahmoud Darwish [late Palestinian poet] said, 'On this earth is what is worth living', we are making Knafeh today, a sweet delight. We hospitalized visitors with this Knafeh. This is our message. We hope the economic situation will improve." VARIOUS OF WORKERS CARRYING TRAYS OF KNAFEH MEASURING KNAFEH VARIOUS OF WORKERS ORGANIZING LARGEST KNAFEH CLOSE OF KNAFEH VARIOUS OF PEOPLE LOOKING MAN TAKING PICTURE PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER SALAM FAYYAD EATING KNAFEH (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER, SALAM FAYYAD, SAYING: "It carries a meaning to heritage and connection to the location and identity. Congratulations to Nablus' residents." SIGN WRITTEN IN ARABIC, READING: "LARGEST KNAFEH TRAY IN THE WORLD" VARIOUS OF PEOPLE GATHERING AROUND KNAFEH EATING AND TAKING PICTURES

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