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In the old city of Sidon, where ancient markets are reminiscent of Jerusalem's, Nasser al-Ahmad wraps Palestinian kaffiyehs around his grandchildren's heads, Adam and Ahmad, in solidarity with Palestinians in occupied Jerusalem.In the midst of demonstrations of solidarity with Palestinians and protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize occupied Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, demand for kaffiyehs, Palestinian flags, and other symbols of the Palestinian cause have spiked.One of the owners of Akkawi game shop just outside the old Sidon market said the kaffiyeh market was also bringing business to the surrounding shops.
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