The Palestinian keffiyeh is typically made of cotton or wool and comes in various colors, but the most traditional color is black and white.
The Palestinian keffiyeh has a long and rich history in Palestinian culture. It is believed to have originated in the early 19th century and was originally worn by farmers and peasants to protect themselves from the sun and wind.
The Keffiyeh and flag are printed with good quality on the scarf. On the bottom of the scarf there is Palestine flag printed on one side and the other side has the shape of the dome of the rock and written Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine.
Today, the Palestinian keffiyeh is worn by people of all ages and backgrounds inside and outside Palestine. It is a popular fashion item and is also worn as a symbol of Palestinian solidarity and support.
- Features and Benefits of the Palestinian Keffiyeh:
- Made of high-quality cotton or wool for comfort and durability
- A symbol of Palestinian culture and identity
- A popular fashion item and a way to show support for the Palestinian people