Sheikh Jarrah, a neighborhood in East Jerusalem, is a place that has become synonymous with the struggle of Palestinian families against eviction and displacement. For generations, these families have lived in the area and have strong ties to the land and the community. They have built their homes, raised their children, and created memories in Sheikh Jarrah.
However, in recent years, the Israeli courts have sided with Israeli settlers who seek to take over these homes and land. This has left the Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah facing eviction orders and uncertain futures. The situation has caused great distress and anxiety for these families, who fear losing their homes and being forced out of their community.
Situation in Sheikh Jarrah is not just a legal dispute, but a deeply emotional and personal one. It represents yet another attempt by Israel to erase Palestinian presence in East Jerusalem and expand its settlements. It is a violation of their human rights and a threat to their cultural heritage.
Despite the challenges they face, the Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah have shown great resilience and determination in their struggle. They have been joined by Palestinians from across the West Bank and Gaza Strip, as well as by activists and supporters from around the world, who stand in solidarity with their cause.
It is important for the international community to understand the human cost of the situation in Sheikh Jarrah and to take action to protect the rights of Palestinian families. This includes holding Israel accountable for its violations of international law and human rights, and supporting the efforts of Palestinians to resist displacement and assert their right to self-determination.
By buying Hirbawi, you contribute to keeping the tradition of artisanal weavers alive, the last factory in Palestine and pretty much the rest of the region. You get to own a legendary piece of everyday accessories from the factory that started counting its 7th decade of operation. Read more here
What is Hirbawi Kufiya like?
What is Hirbawi Kufiya like?
Oh...Soft cotton. Most likely the biggest you can find, 47” by 47”, which is over 15 sq. ft. of awesomeness. Made on a custom kufiya loom and finished by hand.
Hand wash or gentle machine wash preferably in delicates bag, line dry. For more dedicated approach click here
Shipped Shipped within US and delivered in 4-5 business days.
All keffiyehs are shipped from the United States and usually delivered within 2-3 days. Shipping costs $4.99, and each additional item is $1.00. Multiple kufiya orders might be split into more than one package. Please refer to our shipping policy for more information
Easy and free returns within 30 days. Simply reply to your order confirmation email or send a message to email@example.com with your order number and we will take care of the rest. Here you may find more information about our Return Policy