Source: From the writing of Ghassan Kanafani
Embroidery: Suheer Abu Rabia, Drejat, Naqab
Size: 59 x 36 cm
The title of this image is from a short story by Ghassan Kanafani, a Palestinian writer who was assassinated in 1972 by Mossad, the Israeli secret service.
Jaffa oranges were cultivated by Palestinian farmers from the mid-19th century, and take their name from the port city of Jaffa. Mention of Jaffa oranges being exported to Europe first appears in British consular reports in the 1850s.