Scott and Michael on stage at the Peter Miticoven School in Bethlehem.
This was an accoustic performance.
Even though the venue is modest, the duo performs with energy and feeling.
Radio Bethlehem 2000 was established to promote and develop the local community.
Bethlehem is a hub of Palestinian culture and tourism.
Scott and Michael are interviewed frequently by reporters during their visit.
Bethlehem is a Palestinian city in the central West Bank.
The Israeli West Bank barrier is being constructed along and within the West Bank.
Supporters argue that the barrier is necessary to protect Israeli civilians from Palestinian terrorism.
Opponents argue that it is an illegal attempt to annex Palestinian land under the guise of security.
The Red Cross has declared the barrier "causes serious humanitarian and legal problems".
It is a canvas for many paintings and writings, often of political, spiritual, or humanist messages.
This mural depicts an Israeli Defense Force soldier and a United States dollar.
A corner of the barrier, complete with watch tower, razor wire and graffiti.
Due to political graffiti, it has been called "the largest protest banner in the world".
This "Endangered Peace Dove" was painted by Banksy, well-renowned Bethlehem street artist.
The Bethlehem Peace Center aims to promote peace, religious tolerance and cultural diversity.
Scott and Michael experience traditional Palestinian hospitality, culture and cuisine.
"Two From Blue" with the Mayor of Beit Sahour, Hani Al-Hayek.
The Bethlehem agglomeration includes the towns of Beit Jala and Beit Sahour.
The Israeli Ministry of Toursim suggests "Peace Be With You".
This artwork depicts five major religions as five fingers on the same hand.
Bethlehem has a Muslim majority.
It is also home to one of the largest Palestinian Christian communities.
In recent decades, the percentage of Christians in the town has steadily fallen.
A 2006 poll of Bethlehem's Christians showed 78% attributed this to Israeli travel restrictions.
Scott and Michael show up to support peace in Bethlehem.
Scott flashes a peace sign.
The banner says "Our children have the right to live with dignity and freedom".
This banner says "Light a candle for a just peace".
Many refugees fled to the Bethlehem area from areas captured by Israeli forces in 1947–48.
In 2010 there were still 194,514 refugees living in 19 refugee camps in the West Bank alone.
A hookah lounge in Bethlehem.
In a 1997 census, the city had a population of 21,670, including 6,570 refugees.
Scott and Michael prepare to be beamed to the Church of the Nativity.
They arrive just moments later, still in the exact same poses!
The Church of the Nativity is one of the oldest continuously operating churches in the world.
The structure is built over the cave that tradition marks as the birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth.
Outside the Church of the Nativity.
Scott and Michael with the Mayor of Bethlehem, Victor Batarseh.
An acoustical performance at the Bethlehem Peace Center.
Scott speaks to the audience.
The Bethlehem Peace Center relies on volunteers to help with events and activities.
It is intended as a place where the people of Bethlehem can meet and learn.
The Church of St. Catherine is also part of the Church of the Nativity.
It was built in a more modern Gothic revival style than the main Basilica of the Nativity.
Bethlehem has a wine-producing company, Cremisan Wine, founded in 1885.
Shopping is a major sector in Bethlehem, especially during the Christmas season.
Scott, baby Jesus is right behind you, please don't make him cry.
Our "damsel in distress" is safely back home with her family (far right).
Bethlehem has over thirty hotels and three hundred handicraft work shops.
Shepherd's Valley Tent Restaurant offers traditional foods, music, lectures, theatre, and more.
"Two From Blue" with the Bethlehem Tourism Minister, Khouloud Daibes.
Tourism is Bethlehem's main industry
It accounts for approximately 65% of the city's economy.
Music transcends mere cultural differences.
Beamed back to the Church of the Nativity.
Scott and Michael try to fit in with the locals.
A silver star marks the place where Jesus is said to have been born.
"They've been here for hours, I'm throwing them out!"
The church is administered by Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox and Armenian Apostolic authorities.
All three traditions maintain monastic communities on the site.
Big medallions will get you street credit in Manger Square, just like downtown Los Angeles.
Manger Square is a large paved courtyard in front of the Church of Nativity.
Crowds gather on Christmas Eve to sing Christmas carols in anticipation of the midnight services.
The "Two From Blue" are popular targets of media interviews.
The square is mainly a meeting place or locals and for the town's many pilgrims.
Scott and Michael being interviewed again by the press.
May peace and freedom be the future of Bethlehem.