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What is your favourite football club? Barcelona or Real Madrid maybe? Talk about Palestinian football is rare, even if there is a national team. The Palestine national team was first recognised by FIFA in 1998, following the creation of the Palestinian Authority in the Oslo Accords. Through this groundbreaking move, players should, in theory, have been able to travel internationally, but the reality has proven otherwise. The Palestine national team did not have the chance to develop in the international football scene, as players were not permitted to travel and participate, thus restricting the team from playing with the best international players.
This collection of cards represents the national team of Palestine. Illustrating the political situation of the players on the one hand, it also shows the increasing popularity of the team. The cards should be part of an exchange all over the world.
Miniature fishing boat showing the maximum fishing distance on a rope
Double-sided wooden maze game in the shape of two Arabic words for ‘dream’ and ‘reality’
Yellow Cab Toy
Mini service car in olive wood
Stone wrapped in felt
Keffiyeh Evening Dress
A simple dress made out of one keffiyeh
Hand-blown glass straws echoing the routes Palestinians are forced to take
Watchtowers and Water Tanks Game
An alternative chess set, with watchtowers and water tanks as pawns, that is impossible to play.
Formal shirt made from a white-on-white keffiyeh with olive wood buttons
Gaza Savings pot
Traditional saving pot from Gaza clay, decorated
Currently out of stock; backorders are possible
Spinning top in olive wood in the shape of a watchtower and the separation wall