the traditional industries have peculiar importance in Palestine for their economic and heritage considerations. This industry reflects and portrays the history and culture of the Palestinians. No harmful materials are used either in the manufacturing or the coloring processes. These handicrafts are used to decorate houses, touristic and recreational sites and venues, ladies of Palestine also wear them as accessories.
The Palestinian traditional handicrafts include: embroideries, potteries, glass-making, weaving, olive wood, pearls, and other products. Bethlehem, Nablus and Hebron are the most famous of these products that are sold locally and exported abroad constituting major revenue of the economies of these cities.