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Amman Women's Society Holds Craft Fair To Mark Mother's Day

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By Reuters

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AMMAN, JORDAN (MARCH 20, 2016) (REUTERS) PEOPLE GATHERING AT THE FAIR WOMEN SITTING AT THEIR STALLS VARIOUS OF PRODUCTS ON DISPLAY (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) A MEMBER OF THE WOMEN FOR JERUSALEM SOCIETY, KHLOUD MOHAMMAD, SAYING: "We are giving people a chance to do some shopping for gifts for mothers, like their own mothers. It's honouring the person who worked and produced the items and for the mother who raised them, so it is a mutual process between mothers on their day through their children. This supports women who work by giving a gift to a mother from the hands of a woman like her. She can appreciate how unique this gift is coming from the work of a woman like her." FAIR PARTICIPANT, NASHWA QASHOA, TALKING TO A CUSTOMER AT HER STALL VARIOUS OF CLOTHING ON DISPLAY (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FAIR PARTICIPANT, NASHWA QASHOA, SAYING: "For us, it is really good because I bring items made by Palestinian women, who work in their own homes, not for an institution or a federation or anything else. We bring these items to promote their work through the help of Women for Jerusalem. We sell their goods so that they can make a profit so that they do not need the help of the occupation, especially for women in Jerusalem." VARIOUS OF JEWELLERY ON DISPLAY AT STALL (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FAIR VISITOR, HANAN QUWAJ, SAYING: "It's the Mother's Day holiday and what is more beautiful than buying a gift for a mother? Women make such a big effort and a mother is simply a woman and in every part of the fair, gifts can be found at prices less than the market and the art is much better than in the market." VARIOUS OF ARTWORK ON DISPLAY 9. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FAIR VISITOR, ASILAH KAYYALI, SAYING: "I like the celebration of Mother's Day but there is grief in the hearts of some women, including me. I used to be a teacher and we did a Women's Day celebration at the school and I was on the stage looking at the girls, they were in tears and I stopped the whole celebration and helped the girls emotionally and I started crying with them. This idea was good and at the same time was not good. Good for the happy women and happy children, but really sad for the ones who lost their mothers, like the children in Palestine." VARIOUS OF PEOPLE SITTING IN AUDIENCE
Dateline: 2016

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Item ID:
110319423
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Editorial
Duration:
00:02:55
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Location:
Amman, Jordan, Jordan
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