Comme cette belle scene ou l'on voit une femme, foulard blanc sur la tete et Djellaba
sombre marcher dans une rue de la median-Un corps comme tant d'autres que l'on croise matin et soir dans nos rues.
Cette exposition se veut une occasion de dire que la djellaba
et le haik, au-dela de leur fonction vestimentaire traditionnelle, servaient a cacher les armes durant la guerre.
Its characters, dressed in traditional djellaba
, are set in remote rural inland Morocco.
I was sitting in my East Jerusalem apartment in a Moroccan djellaba
, Abdel Halim Hafez warbling from the stereo, sipping mint tea and reading a New Yorker article about this bizarre white woman who decided to become black one day.
The bearded maniac is then seen in a white djellaba
robe sitting underneath a poster of the Islamic State flag.
According to the inventors, "The j3 is also designed with women in mind and will allow people to wear a djellaba
, a mini skirt, a dress, a sari, a kimono or a kilt".
For instance, a photograph edited from Morocco showed Honig in djellaba
attire resembling a Muslim woman.
One sports a long black-and-white djellaba
, the other more colorful attire.
Men wander around wearing traditional brown djellaba
cloaks, with hobbit-like pointed hoods.
The minute you put your china cup down it's topped up with refreshing (but sugary) tazota tea, poured from a great height by waiters in colourful djellaba
The women's djellaba
can be differentiated by its use of bright colours and ornamentation consisting of more beads and embroidery.
She traveled with a wide-eyed toddler, who tugged at her headscarf and her djellaba
with little whimpers.