The Kufiyyah, Ghutra or shemagh is a traditional Arab headdress fashioned from a piece of square, usually cotton cloth, typically worn by Arab or Kurdish men. Men wear them because the desert sun bakes the living snot out of your neck. Theyre also useful to shield your eyes/face during a sandstorm. Muslim clothing men desert store. A type of headcloth, a keffiyeh2007 august 22, james glanz, ‘chemical ali’ and others begin trial for 1991 attack, in new york times he wore white head scarf, known here as ghutra, 20 oct 2017 if you are an novice looking to learn more [More]
This video shows you how to pronounce Shemagh
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The keffiyeh or kufiya ; plural كوفيات kūfiyyāt), also known as a ghutrah , shemagh , ḥaṭṭah , mashadah , chafiye or cemedanî , is a traditional Middle Eastern headdress fashioned from a square scarf, usually made of cotton.It is typically worn by Arabs, as well as Kurds.It is commonly found in arid regions as it provides protection from sunburn, dust and sand.Its distinctive standard woven checkered pattern may have originated in an ancient Mesopotamian representation of either fishing nets or ears of grain, but the true origin of the pattern remains unknown. —Image-Copyright-and-Permission— About the author(s): Christiaan Briggs —Christiaan [More]