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  • Why You Should Wear A Keffiyeh Dunkin Donuts pulled one of their ads responding to Arab-haters who can't even bear to see Arab clothing. Take 2 minutes to learn about the keffiyeh and why many are wearing it in an act of solidarity.
  • Witness - Made in Palestine - Part 2 The Keffiyeh is more than just a practical headdress and over recent decades it has come to symbolise the Palestinian struggle for self-determination. The documentary looks at the last keffiyeh maker in the West Bank who has finally fallen victim to a ***tail of competition from China, globalisation and Israeli occupation.
  • How to wrap a Tagelmust / Shemagh / keffiyeh / pashmina How to protect yourself from the sun in the desert with a cloth called Tagelmust or Shemagh or keffiyeh or pashmina or turban, opinions on the name differ. Demonstration.
  • Rachel Ray Terrorist? Conservatives complain that Rachel Ray's scarf looks like a Muslim Kaffiyeh. Why pick and choose lets have an outcry against all scarfs.
  • IHH Leader Incite Passengers to Violence Aboard the Mavi Marmara IHH Leader and Other Islamist Activists Incite Passengers to Violence Aboard the Mavi Marmara Background Information 1. A video taken aboard the Mavi Marmara (apparently by one of the photographers who documented the events on the upper deck) shows a meeting of operatives, mainly the members of the IHH hard core. It was held during the day, apparently close to the time of the violent confrontation. IHH leader Bülent Yildirim was photographed exhorting his audience and inciting them to violence in preparation for an expected confrontation with the IDF. Radical Islamic Arab-Israeli sheikh Ra'ed Salah, head of the northern faction of the Israeli Islamic Movement, was photographed sitting in the front row. 2. Bülent Yildirim spoke in Turkish using Islamic terminology and his remarks were translated into Arabic by one of the operatives (who was wearing traditional Arab dress and had a kaffiyeh [Arab head-covering] imprinted with the Palestinian flag). A speech was made by Dr. Mohamed al-Baltagi, the secretary general and member of the Muslim Brotherhood faction in the Egyptian Parliament.1 Muhamed Baltagi speaks before the Egyptian Parliament (Website of the Egyptian Parliament's Muslim Brotherhood faction, June 5, 2010). 3. During the days of the sea voyage the hard core of IHH operatives on board the Mavi Marmara received religious/ideological indoctrination from senior figures such as IHH chairman Bülent Yildirim and sheikh Ra'ed Salah. A few hours before the IDF took ...
  • Iranian kid tv program Iranian Toddlers Are Taught about Martyrdom and the Hatred of Zionists against the Backdrop of the Gaza Fighting MEMRI TV Iranian Chldren Taught Martyrdom & Hatred Of Jews on TV. transcript Following are excerpts from an Iranian children's show which aired on Channel 1, Iranian TV on December 29, 2008. TV host: Tell me, children, you are all wearing kaffiyeh scarfs. What are you trying to show? That you are friends of the Palestinian children, and that you are all worried because of what is going on. What did the enemy do? It turned the oppressed children of Gaza into martyrs. It turned their families their parents into martyrs as well. These children were defenseless. They were so young that they didn't know anybody but their parents. Except for strolling down the street and looking for a flower to smell, these children didn't do anything. They didn't understand what war is. They didn't understand what murder, massacre, and crime are. They didn't understand what evil is. But before they had time to grow up, they got a taste of the enemy's evil. [...] We all loathe those enemies. We all loathe them. We are furious at them. We identify with the Palestinian children. [...] Suppose we put ourselves in the position of the Palestinian children why not? Kids, let's put ourselves in the position of the Palestinian children of the children of Gaza. What do you think we would do if we were in their position? Would we surrender, or would we fight back? You tell me ...
  • Kaffiyeh Impeachment Shuffle at Pelosi's House This is a video of a pro-impeachment protester wearing a Palestinian kaffiyeh while dancing to the music of the marimba band Sadza, at at the pro-impeachment rally in front of Nancy Pelosi's house in San Francisco on April 28, 2007. It is part of the full "Impeachment Weekend" report at .
  • Civil Peace - Arabic/English :ناونعلا "يلهلأا ملسلا" ليجستلا ةدم :30 ةيناث :فصولا هتدمو "مائو" تاعازنلا للح ينيطسلفلا زكرلما دادعإ نم اذه ةماعلا ةمدلخا نلاعإ رهظي30ةيناث ةيفوك رخلآا يدتري امنيب نوللا رضخأ املع امهدحأ سبلي .يسركب هيلإ زمري ةطلس بصنم ىلع نلاتاقتي ينلجر ملعب حولي ريغص دلو لخدي .ينطسلف يف ينعزانتلما حتفو سامح ينيسايسلا ينبزلحا ىلع ةللادلل ءاضيب " ينيطسلفلا يضارلأل ةطراخ ىلإ ريشيو دلولا خرصي "ىفك .ينلجرلا ينب رئادلا عازنلا عطاقيو ريبك ينيطسلف . " تم "يلهلأا ملسلل ليبسلا وه راولحا هدافم صن رهظي ةيلاتلا ةطقللا يف .ينلجرلا ءارو طئالحا ىلع ةقلعم اذه ربعي ضــعبلا امهضعب ناحفاصيو ةيقافتا ناعقويو ةلواط ىلع اعم ينسلاج ينلجرلا رهظتل ةشاشلا دوعت, زواتج ىلع سامحو حتف نم لك نلاعلإا ضحيو .هئامعز ينب نواعتو مدقت ةيؤر يف سانلا ةبغر نع نلاعلإا .ءيش لك لبق سانلا ةحلصم يمدقتب ةيسايسلا امهتافلاخ :جرخلما :ينورتكللإا ديربلا .راصن دامع[email protected]:تينرتنلإا ىلع عقولما ناونع FromOctober 14th - November 3rd, 2008, Barefoot Workshops led a three-week program in the West Bank, teaching Palestinian organizations how to write, shoot, produce, and edit, Public Service Announcements (PSAs), to raise awareness about important social issues. Twelve PSAs were produced on such topics as: labor law, honor killings, Palestinian land rights, community betterment, political unity between parties, gender relations, volunteerism and youth empowerment. The aim of the workshop was to foster greater civic participation, activism, and debate in the region of the Middle East by teaching civil society ...
  • CAIR-PA: Muslim Students Allowed to Wear Kaffiyehs (WASHINGTON, DC, 2/18/09) - CAIR announced today that two Muslim high school students in Pennsylvania will now be allowed to wear kaffiyehs, a checkered scarf worn by many men in the Middle East. The students at Gateway High School in Monroeville, Penn., were sent home yesterday after refusing to remove their kaffiyehs... SEE: SEE ALSO: Gateway Lets Muslim Students Wear Scarves
  • Polo Volkswagen Ad I was sent this ad awhile ago and never got around to posting it. It was released in 2004 and is suspected to be a viral video release.
  • look into my eyes - Outlandish Outlandish are a multi-award winning hip-hop group based in Denmark. Formed in 1997, they consist of Isam Bachiri (born in Denmark and of Moroccan background), Waqas Ali Qadri (born in Denmark and of Pakistani background), and Lenny Martinez (from Honduras). All three members are devoutly religious, Isam and Waqas being Muslims, and Lenny being Catholic. The band members live in Brøndby Strand. The first single was "Look Into My Eyes". The song's lyrics are based on a poem by Gihad Ali, a Palestinian who wrote the piece when she was a ***ager; the poem expresses the plight of those suffering from America's foreign policy with regards to Israel and Palestine. The video is based around the fairy-tale Little Red Riding Hood. It portrays an Israeli soldier as the Wolf and the Palestinian girl, wearing a Kaffiyeh, as Little Red Riding Hood Outlandish performed a live percussion version of "Look Into My Eyes" at the "Islamophobia" conference held in Copenhagen, Denmark in May 2006 which was hosted by the Islam Channel and included many theological and political speakers and community leaders. Their club thumping single "Kom Igen" is featured on EA's FIFA 2007. Closer Than Veins is the third album released in 2005. The album was critically acclaimed for its mature outlook and potent lyrics.
  • 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. But the genuine kaffiyeh, "made in Palestine", is an endangered species.
  • Speedpaint June 7th 2008 I make speedpaints every one to three days based on National Geographic's 'Photo of the Day' that day. So not really original, just shape and colour practice. For the photo and information: Th music is from the soundtrack for the game Final Fantasy XII, "Rabanastre Downtown" and "Salikawood". And last, the tools: Adobe Photoshop CS2 (using a simple round brush), a Wacom Intuos3 A4 wide tablet and Camtasia.
  • Re: Is Rachael Ray A Terrorist? Dunkin' Donut Ad Dumped ! Video Cam Direct Upload
  • Shwayze "Buzzin" Pontiac Vibe Commercial New Pontiac Vibe commercial from Leo Burnett - Detroit song: Shwayze - "Buzzin"
  • ORIANA FALLACI - ON ANTISEMITISM-I find it shameful\SULL'ANTISEMITISMO-Io trovo vergognoso (pt.2/2) Sull'Antisemitismo (Io trovo vergongoso - I find it shameful) by Oriana Fallaci. Panorama (Italy), April 12, 2002
  • Is Rachael Ray A Terrorist? Dunkin' Donut Ad Dumped ! A Dunkin' Donuts commercial featuring TV cook and domestic diva Rachael Ray, wearing a silk scarf with the paisley design (see paisley some people see Palestinians) after Fox news columnist Michelle Malkin described the garment, " It has come to symbolize murderous Palestinian jihad. Popularized by Yasser Arafat and a regular adornment of Muslim terrorists appearing in beheading and hostage-taking videos." I bet i would go unnoticed if i wore the same outfit in downtown manhattan! Pro-Jewish blogger Pam Geller posted it under the headline "Rachel Ray: Dunkin Donuts Jihad Tool." A keffiyeh kerfuffle. Conservative blog Little Green Footballs posted an item that likened Ms. Ray's scarf to the type typically worn by Muslim extremists. The blog said that the ads "casually promote the symbol of Palestinian terrorism and the intifada, the keffiyeh, via Rachael Ray." Ray, host of the Food Network television program 30 Minute Meals, has been a representative for Dunkin' Donuts since March 2007. Could this scarf be some sought of terror link? Is the scarf she wore in the ad a symbolic support for terrorism and a subliminal threat? Is she a fashion terrorist? If so Terrorist Chic Is Over! Why is Rachael Ray standing in front of the Oregon Capitol in Salem? Does Obama, mean Osama? Looks like Michelle Malkin won this round Rachael! The pattern on the scarf wasn't the web-like pattern like Arafat but a series of paisleys. The offical DD response: "In a recent online ad, Rachael Ray is ...
  • Magazine: K Is for Kaffiyeh - /video The Palestinian version of "Sesame Street" began as a segment on the Israeli version but the shows' characters have now parted ways. The Palestinian Muppets are currently in their third season of a Palestinian-only show. Related Article:
  • Witness - Made in Palestine - Part 1 The Keffiyeh is more than just a practical headdress and over recent decades it has come to symbolise the Palestinian struggle for self-determination. The documentary looks at the last keffiyeh maker in the West Bank who has finally fallen victim to a ***tail of competition from China, globalisation and Israeli occupation.
  • Ancient Shivta, Negev Desert Since the vastness of the desert teaches us our insignificance, it is consequently conducive to humility. But, even something so simple and humble as a Bedouin flute - a reed with six holes - can play sweet music when used properly. In the video, Rabbi Lazer is wearing a Bedouin "kaffiyeh" - this is not making any political statement - it's just good protection from the blazing sun and searing winds of the desert.
  • Jordanian King and Queen receive Benedict XVI In an environment of great cordiality the Pontiff was received by King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, who had previously welcomed the Pope at the Queen Alia Airport.Benedict XVI was welcomed by a military detachment -- the soldiers wore the traditional green caftan and the white and red kaffiyeh. After greeting the four children of the royal family, a private encounter took place.The visit ended with a greeting to the high dignitaries of the Royal Household and the Government; pictures were taken and gifts exchanged.
  • how to wear a kaffiyeh (by Joi Ito) Joi Ito showing different ways of wearing kaffiyeh (كوفية) during CC ASIA pacific meeting in Korea 2010