Shaṭfah: (Arabic: part, pl: Shaṭfāt, synonym: ‘iqāl, mqaṣṣab), double pentagon shape head-cord, wrapped in gold or silver straw (mqaṣṣab), with small soft bare cord areas that bend at the back, to allow it to fold into two layers. Mostly worn by notables and princes throughout the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, and the Levant. Notably worn by King Abdul Aziz founder of KSA, King Faisal 3rd son of The Sharif of Mecca, Hussein bin Ali, the 1st King of the Kingdom of Iraq, and King Faisal bin Saud, 3rd King of Saudi Arabia.