The history of the Keffiyah dates back to Mesopotamia. Today, the Keffiyeh has become a symbol representing Palestine worldwide. The symbolism of the pattern is worth noting: the fishnet symbolizes the relationship between the Palestinian fishermen and the sea. Sea waves or olive leaves resemble the strength and resilience of Palestinian communities. Bold lines represent the trade routes passing through Palestine, including the Silk Road.
This unisex square scarf, featuring a combination of white and black, serves as a powerful tool to raise awareness about the challenges faced by Palestinians, particularly on a global scale. A share of profits will be donated to the Humanity First Palestine Relief Fund and PCRF, which provide critical healthcare and emergency supplies on the ground.
The Keffiyeh has long been seen as a symbol of Palestine. This unisex, white and black square scarf is soft and breathable and is perfect for summer months. A share of profits will be donated to the Humanity First Palestine Relief fund—which provides critical healthcare and emergency supplies on the ground.
Introducing our Rumi Quote Shawl – a blend of soft cotton and durable polyester that beautifully embodies the spirit of Rumi's wisdom. This double-sided shawl is adorned with the empowering quote, "You were born with wings," elegantly presented in both English and the original Persian script, infusing cultural richness. Its unique border adds an artistic touch, enhancing the shawl's aesthetics. The double-sided design offers versatility, allowing you to choose your preferred style. Beyond fashion, this shawl serves as a constant reminder of boundless potential, making it perfect for any occasion. Wrap yourself in Rumi's wisdom and let your spirit soar with our Rumi Quote Shawl.
On Pakistan's Election Day, while many express their sentiments on social media, I reflect on the privilege of voting, denied to me as an Ahmadi. Since the 1970s, Ahmadis have been marginalized, branded non-Muslims, and excluded from the democratic process. Despite proving my patriotism in Pakistan, discrimination persisted. Even abroad, I face scrutiny over my identity. Speaking out against Ahmadi persecution is often misconstrued as disloyalty. Yet, my love for Pakistan remains steadfast. I urge those hesitant to vote to reconsider; it's both a privilege and a duty. Let's shape our nation's future together.
In the wake of ongoing genocide in Gaza, the glaring silence of activists and experts raises critical questions about accountability. It's time to break the silence, demand justice, and #Claimyourspace in the pursuit of equality for all.