Singer and entertainer Janet Jackson has spent the past few days in the West Bank as an ambassador for the United Nations children's charity UNICEF.
On Saturday, she tweeted a picture of herself with a group of girls from Yatta High School, south of Hebron. "Peace. Yatta High School, West Bank with @UN
She also posted a picture of young Palestinian shepherds from a herding family in Bi'r al 'Id, in the South Hebron Hills.
Accompanied by her billionaire Qatari husband, Wissam al-Mana, Jackson crossed from Jordan into the West Bank on Wednesday. Her visit was described as private and was not announced beforehand. She did not stop in Israel during the visit.
Before entering the West Bank, Jackson visited the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, home to thousands of refugees from war-torn Syria, where she and al Mana, were photographed doling out hugs to excited kids
Jackson, 48, is the youngest child of the Jackson family, which rose to fame in the 70s.
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