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750 ml of Palestinian Olive Oil

Full-flavored, USDA certified organic, cold pressed, extra virgin, and Fair Trade, too. Simply the best that Palestine has to offer. Palestinian families give names to their trees and treat them like family members that are sometimes more than a millennium old.


Palestinian Tahini

Tahini is served as a dip on its own or as a major component of many Palestinian signature dishes such as hummus, baba ghanoush, and halva.


Love necklace

This sterling silver necklace says "love" in Arabic. It is accented  by  mother-of-pearl coins and cultured freshwater pearl and garnet beads.


Kefiyya Mask

A handmade by women from Amari Refugee camp. The mask consists of three layers, a cotton layer, a filter layer and the keffiyeh layer which is made from soft cotton. The kuffiya fabric is sourced from Hirbawi keffiyeh factory in Hebron.


Nablus Soap

100% pure olive oil soap from Palestinian olive trees. No perfumes, no sulfates, no harsh chemicals, nothing to dry out your skin, just the gentile and moisturizing properties of olive oil.


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We can't send you the beautiful stone  work for which Palestine is famous, or the magnificent architecture, much of it now destroyed. But we can send you other bits and pieces of the rich tapestry that Palestinian culture has produced over the past four millennia. Palestinians love to share.

And you will be sharing, too, in the preservation of the Palestinian presence, society and culture in Palestine. Part of the proceeds from every purchase goes to the nonviolent resistance efforts of the International Solidarity Movement, through its Northern California chapter, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with tax exempt status for human rights work.

There have been thousands of ISM volunteers resisting Israeli occupation, repression and violation of Palestinian human rights, under the leadership of Palestinian communities with whom they participate. Your Palbox subscriptions help to enable that resistance and the volunteers who go to Palestine to participate in it.