This chapter goes over the importance of Palestinian cities for the Islamic and halal tourism sector, and dissects the issues and problems that have prevented this type of tourism from flourishing in recent years, due to political and economic instability. In addition, this chapter suggests new concepts in the halal sector, such as halal volunteer-tourism, which could be a positive addition to the sector of tourism in Palestine. While Palestinian cities have historically been central locations for Islamic pilgrimages because of the vastness and wealth of holy sites in the area, when compared to other cities in the region that are experiencing extreme growth in the tourism sector, Palestinian cities have so far been unable to reach their potential as prime Islamic and halal tourism locales.