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Inside Hirbawi, Palestine's last remaining keffiyeh factory

A look at the efforts being made to save this little piece of Palestinian history.

The Last Keffiyeh, how Facebook saved a Palestinian symbol

Nearly 20 years ago Hirbawi Textiles, the last Palestinian manufacturer of the iconic keffiyeh scarf, almost shut down its looms and closed its doors.

The last keffiyeh factory in Palestine

The Herbawi family has kept their keffiyeh business afloat despite the challenges they face under occupation and globalisation

Social media offers last keffiyeh factory lifeline

Hirbawi Textiles is located on a nondescript road on the outskirts of the Palestinian city Hebron.

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Last kaffiyeh factory in Palestinian territories

Family’s battle to continue producing the popular chequered headscarf…

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The Palestinian kaffiyeh: an endangered species

It was Yasser Arafat’s favourite head gear and it’s now a must-have item for fashionistas around the world.

Occupation, appropriation, and the Palestinian scarf at the center of it all

The story behind the keffiyeh, the traditional Palestinian scarf co-opted by Urban Outfitters.

Spiegel Online Hirbawi

Endlich wieder made in Palestine

Palästinensertücher kommen schon lange nicht mehr aus Palästina, sondern aus Asien. Zwei Brüder aus Hebron produzieren jetzt wieder das Original.

Campaign launched to save Hirbawi, Palestine's only keffiyeh factory

Located on the outskirts of the city, Hebron, it is the last remaining factory in the country to make the kufiya.

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Palästinensertücher bald nur noch aus China?

Die letzte Keffiyeh-Fabrik Palästinas kämpft ums Überleben. Denn das Tuch aus Fernost ist viel billiger.