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Full-flavored, 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.GET STARTED
This sage has been hand picked from the mountains of Palestine. In Palestine tradition, sage can be added to black tea to produce the perfect cup of tea. Not only has sage been a great addition to tea, but has also been used for centuries as an herbal drink. Mixed and packaged in Bethlehem by a small women-led business.GIVE A GIFT
Turn heads! This is what you'll want to wear when you're up for promotion, graduating, or on your way to accomplishing something wonderful in your life! The sterling silver necklace says Al Najah, or "success" in Arabic and is accented by blue sapphires and rainbow moonstone beads. Curated by the talented Katie Miranda, this jewelry is an amazing addition for anyone’s collection.GET STARTED
This mural featuring a donkey and an armed Israeli soldier, created by the elusive British street artist Banksy on the apartheid wall in the West Bank. Created in Bethlehem in 2007, this piece by Banksy depicts a donkey having its identification papers checked by an armed Israeli soldier, mocking the measures enforced by the Israeli government. This image has become a key image that Palestinians hold onto to help tell their story to the world.GIVE A GIFT
The 1000+ year old soap making industry from Nablus crafts the soap using the same manufacturing process for the last two centuries: cooking, pouring/laying, cutting, stamping, drying, and packaging.
There are three ingredients in the soap: virgin olive oil, water, and lye which is cooked for three days until a thick mixture forms.