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This work is a broad historical survey of Christianity's presence in the geographic region of modern day Israel and Palestine. It focuses on Christian communities' perceived identities, treatment by their neighbors, and current status. Particular focus is paid to perceived memory/identity of recent generations; Ottoman rule, British mandate, and modern Israeli-Palestinian geopolitics are examined most deeply. Qualitative interviews with Christians living in the West Bank, Jerusalem, and northern Israel complement the work.