Event organizer Walid Taha holds a Guinness placard, announcing the new world record.
  • 6,500 keffiyehs are arranged on the field, spelling out the numbers "194" to represent the Palestinian right of return.
  • Walid Taha ties together keffiyehs as part of his effort to set the Guinness world record for the longest chain of scarves.
  • Guinness judge Jack Brockbank measures the total length of the keffiyeh chain.
  • Two Palestinian boys in traditional dress attend the world record attempt.
  • A Palestinian man awaits the results of the world record attempt.
  • Palestinians dance in anticipation of the world record announcement.
  • Event organizer Walid Taha holds a Guinness placard, announcing the new world record.

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