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Keffiyeh

Man's square headcloth

From top-left, clockwise: Arab Man wearing Ghutra with agal, Mohammad bin Salman wearing Keffiyeh with agal, Yemeni Arab man wearing a keffiyeh in turban-style and a Shal on his shoulder, Saudi Minister wearing Ghutra without an agal

The keffiyeh or kufiya (Arabic: كُوفِيَّة‎ kūfīyah, meaning "relating to Kufa")[1] also known in Arabic as a ghutrah (غُترَة), shemagh (شُمَاغšumāġ), ḥaṭṭah (حَطَّة), and in Persian as a chafiyeh (چفیه), is a traditional Middle Easternheaddress.

It is fashioned from a square scarf, and is usually made of cotton.[2] The keffiyeh is commonly found in arid regions, as it provides protection from sunburn, dust and sand. Towards the end of the 1980s the keffiyeh became a fashion accessory in the United States, and during the early 2000s it became very popular among teenagers in Tokyo, Japan, where it is often worn with camouflage-style clothing.

Varieties and variations[edit]

Persianchildren wearing the keffiyeh during a religious gathering in Iran
Yazidimen wearing the keffiyeh

Other than Arabs, Kurds are another ethnic group famous for wearing a Keffiyeh, although the Kurdish keffiyeh is wrapped completely different and has a different pattern or colorway than the Arab one. Kurds either call it a Shemagh (Kurdish: شه‌ماغ‎) or Serwîn (Kurdish: سه‌روین‎).[3]

During his sojourn with the Marsh Arabs of Iraq, Gavin Young noted that the local sayyids—"venerated men accepted [...] as descendants of the Prophet Muhammad and Ali ibn Abi Talib"—wore dark green keffiyeh (cheffiyeh) in contrast to the black-and-white checkered examples typical of the area's inhabitants.[4]

In Indonesia the people used the keffiyeh to show their solidarity with the Palestinians.[5]

In Turkey it was forbidden to wear a keffiyeh because it was seen as evidence of support of the PKK, a Kurdish rebel group.[6]

Palestinian national symbol[edit]

Main article: Palestinian keffiyeh

Traditionally worn by Palestinian farmers, the keffiyeh became worn by Palestinian men of any rank and became a symbol of Palestinian nationalism during the Arab Revolt of the 1930s.[7][8] Its prominence increased during the 1960s with the beginning of the Palestinian resistance movement and its adoption by Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.[7]

The black-and-white fishnet pattern keffiyeh would later become Arafat's iconic symbol, and he would rarely be seen without it; only occasionally would he wear a military cap, or, in colder climates, a Russian-style ushanka hat. Arafat would wear his keffiyeh in a semi-traditional way, wrapped around his head via an agal. He also wore a similarly patterned piece of cloth in the neckline of his military fatigues. Early on, he had made it his personal trademark to drape the scarf over his right shoulder only, arranging it in the rough shape of a triangle, to resemble the outlines of historic Palestine. This way of wearing the keffiyeh became a symbol of Arafat as a person and political leader, and it has not been imitated by other Palestinian leaders.

Another Palestinian figure associated with the keffiyeh is Leila Khaled, a female member of the armed wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Several photographs of Khaled circulated in the Western newspapers after the hijacking of TWA Flight 840 and the Dawson's Field hijackings. These photos often included Khaled wearing a keffiyeh in the style of a Muslim woman's hijab, wrapped around the head and shoulders. This was unusual, as the keffiyeh is associated with Arab masculinity, and many believe this to be something of a fashion statement by Khaled, denoting her equality with men in the Palestinian armed struggle.

The colors of the stitching in a keffiyeh are also vaguely associated with Palestinians' political sympathies. Traditional black and white keffiyehs became associated with Fatah. Later, red and white keffiyehs were adopted by Palestinian Marxists, such as the PFLP.[9]

Symbol of Palestinian solidarity[edit]

The black and white chequered keffiyeh has become a symbol of Palestinian nationalism, dating back to the 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. Outside of the Middle East and North Africa, the keffiyeh first gained popularity among activists supporting the Palestinians in the conflict with Israel.

The wearing of the keffiyeh often comes with criticism from various political factions in the ongoing Israeli–Palestinian conflict. The slang "keffiyeh kinderlach" refers to young Jews, particularly college students, who sport a keffiyeh around the neck as a political/fashion statement. This term may have first appeared in print in an article by Bradley Burston in which he writes of "the suburban-exile kaffiyeh kinderlach of Berkeley, more Palestinian by far than the Palestinians" in their criticism of Israel. European activists have also worn the keffiyeh.[10][11]

Production[edit]

A loom at work making a traditional Palestinian keffiyeh in the Hirbawi factory, Hebron, West Bank

Today, this symbol of Palestinian identity is now largely imported from China. With the scarf's growing popularity in the 2000s, Chinese manufacturers entered the market, driving Palestinians out of the business.[12] In 2008, Yasser Hirbawi, who for five decades had been the only Palestinian manufacturer of keffiyehs, is now struggling with sales. Mother Jones wrote, "Ironically, global support for Palestinian-statehood-as-fashion-accessory has put yet another nail in the coffin of the Occupied Territories' beleaguered economy."[12]

Westerners in keffiyeh[edit]

British Colonel T. E. Lawrence (better known as Lawrence of Arabia) was probably the best-known Western wearer of the keffiyeh and agal during his involvement in the Arab Revolt in World War I. This image of Lawrence was later popularized by the film epic about him, Lawrence of Arabia, in which he was played by Peter O'Toole.

The 1920s silent-film era of American cinema saw studios take to Orientalist themes of the exotic Middle East, possibly due to the view of Arabs as part of the Allies of World War I, and keffiyehs became a standard part of the theatrical wardrobe. These films and their male leads typically had Western actors in the role of an Arab, often wearing the keffiyeh with the agal (as with The Sheik and The Son of the Sheik, starring actor Rudolph Valentino).

Fashion trend[edit]

As with other articles of clothing worn in wartime, such as the T-shirt, fatigues and khaki pants, the keffiyeh has been seen as chic among non-Arabs in the West. Keffiyehs became popular in the United States in the late 1980s, at the start of the First Intifada, when bohemian girls and punks wore keffiyehs as scarves around their necks.[13][7] In the early 2000s, keffiyehs were very popular among youths in Tokyo, who often wore them with camouflage clothing.[13] The trend recurred in the mid-2000s in the United States,[13][7]Europe,[7]Canada and Australia,[14][15] when the keffiyeh became popular as a fashion accessory, usually worn as a scarf around the neck in hipster circles.[13][7] Stores such as Urban Outfitters and TopShop stocked the item (however, after some controversy over the retailer's decision to label the item "anti-war scarves" Urban Outfitters pulled it).[7] In spring 2008, keffiyehs in colors like purple and mauve were given away in issues of fashion magazines in Spain and France. In the UAE, males are inclining towards more western headgear while the women are developing preferences for dupatta—the traditional head cover of the Indian subcontinent.[16] The appropriation of the keffiyeh as a fashion statement by non-Arab wearers separate from its political and historical meaning has been the subject of controversy in recent years.[17] While it is worn often as a symbol of solidarity with the Palestinian struggle, the fashion industry has disregarded its significance by using its pattern and style in day-to-day clothing design. For example, in 2016 Topshop released a romper with the Keffiyeh print, calling it a "scarf playsuit". This led to accusations of cultural appropriation and Topshop eventually pulled the item from their website[18]

See also[edit]

  • Aghal, Keffiyeh accessory headdress
  • Bisht, Arabian cloak
  • Gamcha, scarf from the Indian subcontinent
  • Gingham, scarf from Malaysia
  • ʿEmamah, Arabian turban
  • Khăn rằn, checkered shawl worn in Cambodia and the Mekong region of Vietnam
  • Krama, Cambodian scarf
  • List of headgear
  • Litham, Arabian headdress
  • Sudra (headdress), Jewish scarf
  • Tagelmust, Berber scarf
  • Tallit, Jewish shawl
  • Thawb, Arabian garment

References[edit]

  1. ^Ali, Syed Ameer (1924). A Short History Of The Saracens. Routledge. pp. 424–. ISBN . ,
  2. ^J. R. Bartlett (19 July 1973). The First and Second Books of the Maccabees. CUP Archive. p. 246. ISBN . Retrieved 17 April 2013.
  3. ^https://thekurdishproject.org/history-and-culture/kurdish-culture/kurdish-dress/
  4. ^Young, Gavin (1978) [First published by William Collins & Sons in 1977]. Return to the Marshes. Photography by Nik Wheeler. Great Britain: Futura Publications. pp. 15–16. ISBN .
  5. ^Times, Asia. "Asia Times | Indonesia shows its solidarity for the Palestinian cause | Article". Asia Times. Retrieved 21 September 2019.
  6. ^Uche, Onyebadi (14 February 2017). Music as a Platform for Political Communication. IGI Global. p. 214. ISBN .
  7. ^ abcdefgKim, Kibum (11 February 2007). "Where Some See Fashion, Others See Politics". The New York Times. New York, New York.
  8. ^Torstrick, Rebecca (2004). Culture and Customs of Israel. Greenwood. p. 117. ISBN .
  9. ^Binur, Yoram (1990). My Enemy, My Self. Penguin. p. xv.
  10. ^Tipton, Frank B. (2003). A History of Modern Germany Since 1815. Continuum International Publishing Group. p. 598. ISBN .
  11. ^Mudde, Cas (2005). Racist Extremism in Central and Eastern Europe. Routledge. p. 34. ISBN .
  12. ^ abSonja Sharp (22 June 2009). "Your Intifada: Now Made in China!". Mother Jones.
  13. ^ abcdLalli, Nina (15 February 2005). "Checkered Past: Arafat's trademark scarf is now military chic". The Village Voice. New York, New York. Archived from the original on 24 July 2008.
  14. ^Ramachandran, Arjun (30 May 2008). "Keffiyeh kerfuffle hits Bondi bottleshop". The Sydney Morning Herald. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Archived from the original on 29 August 2011. Retrieved 24 September 2013.
  15. ^Ramachandran, Arjun (29 May 2008). "Celebrity chef under fire for 'jihadi chic'". The Sydney Morning Herald. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Archived from the original on 21 September 2011. Retrieved 24 September 2013.
  16. ^"What do Arabs wear on their heads". UAE Style Magazine.
  17. ^Swedenburg, Ted (2021). "The Kufiya". In Bayat, Asef (ed.). Global Middle East: Into the Twenty-First Century. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. pp. 162–173. ISBN . Retrieved 13 May 2021.
  18. ^"Topshop pulls 'keffiyeh playsuit' after row over cultural theft". middleeasteye.net. Retrieved 1 September 2017.

Further reading[edit]

  • Philippi, Dieter (2009). Sammlung Philippi – Kopfbedeckungen in Glaube, Religion und Spiritualität. St. Benno Verlag, Leipzig. ISBN .
  • Jastrow, Marcus (1926). Dictionary of Targumim, Talmud and Midrashic Literature. ISBN . The lexicon includes more references explaining what a sudra is on page 962.

External links[edit]

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Keffiyeh definition 

an Arab headdress for men; made from a diagonally folded square of cloth held in place by an agal wound around the head.

How to pronounce keffiyeh?

Keffiyeh pronounce
​[kuh-fee-uh]

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How to Tie a Shemagh: 7 Head Wrap Styles

In a survival scenario, it's easy to see how headwear can be beneficial. A good hat can shield your skin from the intense rays of the sun, stop sweat from running into your eyes, and help maintain your body temperature. On top of these benefits, apparel that covers your face provides additional protection from dust, and can even be used to conceal your identity in emergency situations.

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A pair of BLACKHAWK! brand cotton shemaghs.

For cold-weather settings, a wool or fleece balaclava (often called a “ski mask”) can be a great choice for full-face cover, but its form-fitting design will likely be stifling in summer heat. When temperatures rise into the triple-digits, you'll need something loose and breathable that still provides maximum protection. Enter the shemagh (a.k.a. keffiyeh), a square scarf which has been a prominent head covering in the Middle East region for centuries.

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A U.S. Marine in Afghanistan wearing a shemagh. Photo: U.S. Department of Defense / Wikipedia

A shemagh is essentially just a large square of fabric, much like a bigger bandana. It's typically made of woven cotton for breathability, but cotton/wool blends and other synthetic fabrics are also available. You've probably seen them worn by insurgent forces in the Middle East, as well as by various western special-operations forces.

Whether you've already got a shemagh in your survival pack, or you're thinking about buying one in the future, it's helpful to know how to form this fabric square into a head covering. There are many methods, but the video below from Dakota Jennings on YouTube shows 7 useful styles.


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Introduction: How to Tie a Shemagh

The Shemagh is a length of material that is wrapped around the head, commonly worn by Arabic or middle eastern desert dwellers to protect from the sun and sand.  Pronounced “Schmog”.  Also known as a Keffiyeh or Ghutrah - wikipedia.  It has been adopted by military forces all over the world as a standard issue garment because of its sheer functionality.  For an outdoors-man, survivalist or bushcrafter, the Shemagh can be a multi-use tool with literally 100′s of uses.  

I live in a desert that can dip below freezing at night and peak over 100 degrees the very next day.  I have found the Shemagh to be invaluable in both climates to regulate temperature and protect from both extreme exposures. Some of the pictures are from Willow Creek Outdoors, great survival site!  I've included a short list of other examples and uses on the last step.

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Step 1: Fold

Lay the shemagh out flat in front of you. Fold the shemagh in half corner to corner so that a large triangle is formed.

Step 2: Place on Head

Place the shemagh on top of your head with two of the points hanging over your shoulders, and the third between your shoulder blades. One side should be slightly longer than the other.

Step 3: Cover Face

Wrap the shorter point under your chin and up in front of the other point. Pull the long end across the face, over the nose and mouth, in front of the shorter end. Only the eyes should remain visible.

Step 4: Pull Corners Behind Head

Pull both points of the shemagh together behind the head. They should meet right behind the ear.


Step 5: Tie

Tie the two points together with an overhand knot. To do this, cross the points, wrap one over and around the other, and pull tight. The shemagh will now be secured tightly around your head.

Step 6: Other Ways

There are many other ways to tie and uses for a Shemagh.

A few examples:

  • Dust Protection. Cover your face on motorcycles, truck beds, and tops of chicken buses.
  • Sun Protection. Great for when you’re stranded in mid-day heat without shade nearby.
  • Towel. Small, lightweight, fast drying, but thick enough get the job done. Perfect for the beach.
  • Warmth. Wrap it around your neck as a scarf on the top of a mountain.
  • Bag. Lay it out, put stuff in middle, tie four corners together. Instant hobo sack.
  • Sarong. While shorter than a normal one, it can still be wrapped around your waist.
  • Sweat Rag. Great for hiking, running, or other sweat-inducing activities.
  • Arm Sling. Sprain a wrist or break an arm? Perfect for temporary immobilization.
  • Emergency Bandage. Help stop bleeding and protect the wound until you get to a hospital.
  • Pillow. Thick & soft enough to ball up and sleep with on bus rides or camping trips.
  • Weapon. Twist a big rock up in the middle, and you have an instant self-defense tool!
  • Concealment. Often used to hide my Canon 7D camera when in questionable neighborhoods.
  • Rope. Long enough to be rolled up to tie things together.
  • Water Filter. Fold up multiple times and filter debris out of water before boiling.
  • Keeping Cool. Soak in cold water and wrap around your neck.
  • Signal Flag. Large enough to wave and get someone’s attention.
  • Blanket. Good for covering your upper or lower body..
  • Pot Holder. Take that boiling water you just filtered off the fire.
  • Eye Mask. Sleep during the day or in a hostel when lights are on.

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