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|The keffiyeh / keffiyyah (Arabic: كوفية, kūfiyyah, plural كوفيات, kūfiyyāt), also known
as a (ya)shmagh (from Turkish: yaşmak "tied thing"), ghutrah (غترة), hattah (حطّة),
mashadah (مشدة), shemagh (شماغ) or "Arafat scarf" is a traditional headdress
typically worn by Arab men made of a square of cloth (“scarf”), usually cotton,
folded and wrapped in various styles around the head. It is commonly found in arid
climates to provide protection from direct sun exposure, as well as for occasional
use in protecting the mouth and eyes from blowing dust and sand. Its distinctive
woven check pattern originated in an ancient Mesopotamian representation of
either fishing nets or ears of grain. They have recently become a
fashion statement worldwide, not just as Muslim clothing.
|Sorbans / Shawls / Turbans
Note: The color and style of the decoration on the side varies.
Here are some of the different ways to wear the sorban scarf
|Habib Umar Bin Hafidz with shuyukh.
|Habib Abdul Qadir As-Segaf
|The long Haba'ib scarf also known as a sorban is made from a soft
cashmere-like material. It can be worn as a scarf, turban or shawl.
These are commonly worn by the Haba'ib, ulama, ustadhs, and
(descendants of the Prophet SAW) in Yemen and Indonesia but can
be worn by anyone.
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