A Palestinian fabric shop owner talking about Old Jerusalem's textiles heritage

I watched this cool Instagram reel of a Palestinian fabric shop owner from Old Jerusalem named Bilal Taher Abu Khalaf as he described his city’s textile heritage: He shares old photographs showcasing traditional attire worn by women in Jerusalem 70 years ago, including everyday dresses and maroon-colored bridal gowns with unique embroidery and silver coin headdresses.

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