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The most traditional black and white Kufiya or “Keffiyeh” of Palestine was originally worn by rural farmers. The iconic pattern was adopted by the rebels of the 1930s revolt against British Colonialism and has since become the truest symbol of Palestinian revolution. Today, this iconic shawl is the unofficial Palestinian flag and carries deep meaning for Palestinians in Palestine and in the diaspora and is also worn by supporters all over the world as an act of solidarity with the struggle for human rights.
100% cotton—light soft fabric with knotted white fringe.
48” x 48” made in Hebron, Palestine, Hirbawi Family Factory.
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