Size: 35cm/30cm, inside zipper pocket for money.
Handala or Handhala (حنظلة) is a famous caricature character created by Naji Al Ali. Handala is a ten-year-old boy, Representing the artist when forced to leave Palestine and would not grow up until he could return to his homeland; his turned back and clasped hands symbolized the character's rejection of "outside solutions". Handala wears ragged clothes and is barefoot, symbolizing his allegiance to the poor.
Handala is an iconic symbol of Palestinian identity, defiance, and resistance and is the arrow of the compass, pointing steadily towards Palestine. Not just Palestine in geographical terms, but Palestine in its humanitarian sense—the symbol of a just cause, whether it is located in Egypt, Vietnam, or South Africa.