BETHLEHEM, WEST BANK - AUGUST 22:  Roman Catholic priest Father Amjad, a Palestinian Christian who is parish priest in St. Catherine's church, blesses sanctified wine which represents the blood of Jesus, during Sunday Mass August 22, 2004 in his church alongside the Church of the Nativity in the West Bank biblical town of Bethlehem. Today's modern wine industry, serving both the secular and Jewish and Christian religious markets in the Holy Land, can trace its roots back thousands of years. Wine is known to have been made in the Holy Land since pre-biblical times, and was even a major export at the time of Jesus during the Roman conquest.  (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)