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Watermelon Resistance


The humble watermelon has been a symbol of Palestinian resistance since approximately 1967 when, after the Six-Day War, it became a crime to display the Palestinian flag in the occupied territories. 

In response, the shared colours of the fruit came to represent a collective national identity.

The ban stayed in place until 1993 - including the passing of a law in 1980 which prohibited all artworks displaying the Palestinian national colours of red, green, black and white.

Today, the Palestinian struggle for freedom continues, and the watermelon symbol lives on.

Proceeds to Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP).

About Keep Hush Merch Service



Keep Hush Merch Service allows underground artists to produce premium quality, sustainable merch, with no risk for them.  Each item is made to order at the end of the sales period.

What you pay is split between the artist, production costs, VAT and fees, and Keep Hush.  Typically, 30-50% of what you spend in total goes to the artist, with 15-20% going to Keep Hush.

We handle everything for the artist, so please contact us with any issues or questions.

Shipping, Returns & Refunds

In order to reduce waste, KHMS items are sold in campaigns. Please check the item description to see when the campaign ends. At the end of the campaign, all of the orders go to print and get shipped within 10 working days.

For worldwide deliveries, items may take longer to arrive. 

Items may arrive separately. 

Due to the item being made to order for you, returns are difficult.  Please carefully choose your size.  If for any reason you aren't happy with your order, please get in touch within 14 days of delivery via

Sizing Information

All garments fit true to size unless otherwise specified in the description.  So as usual, size up for a baggier or oversize fit.

Shortsleeve measurements:

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Longsleeve measurements:

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