BEIT SAHOUR, West Bank - For 2,000 years, her people have lived and worshiped in the land where Jesus was born. But Norma Budreh, one of the last of Christianity's "living stones," has come to a sad conclusion: The Holy Land no longer has a place for them. "In the long run, you will not find any Christian in this country. All of us will leave," she says. "The Christ used to do miracles to help people. But we cannot do these miracles. We are suffering."