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Dressmakers keep Palestinian tradition alive in refugee camp in Jordan
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19 June 2020
On 19 June 2020 Reuters reported:
Palestinian refugee Um Zeid spends her days at home in the sprawling Baqaa camp in Jordan sewing colorful dresses which gives her an income and keeps tradition alive. 'At first, this was a hobby, because I love wearing the Palestinian thobe (dress), but it has since become my profession,' she said. The mother of seven works with five other women hand-sewing the dresses from brightly colored thread.
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'It's important to me that our heritage is not lost. I love seeing Palestinian heritage on all people, on every Palestinian woman, whether here or abroad,' she said.
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