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submitted by Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program on 29.08.2009
Copyright (2009) Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program

In the traditional Arab house, the coffee pot is continually be seen on the stove fire, as a sign of hospitality. More than tea, coffee is used in a ceremonial way. For instance, a disagreement or conflict is resolved with jointly drinking a cup of coffee. It is said that in the Bedouin tradition giving one cup of coffee is good, a second better, but offering a third is like unsheathing the “sword.”.

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