Partial Transcript: Families: Najm; Sulaymān; al-Ḥāj; ʻĪsá; al-Maw‘id; Ghunaym; al-Maqāziḥah; al-Ḥadāyidah; Rāshīd.
Significant Figures: al-Salīm, Ṣāliḥ (Municipal council).
Landmarks- Private Institutions: al-‘Afīfī Bus Company (Corporation).
Landmarks - Lakes, River: Nab‘i al-Qasṭal (Water resource); Nahr al-Khalladīyah (River); Sahl al-Baṭṭūf (Plain); Biʼr al-Dāwīyah (Water well).
Keywords: Agricultural products; Arbitration; Building practices; Buses; Crops; Flour mills; Forced migration; Harvesting time; Interpersonal relations; Irrigation; Jewish settlements; Marriage; Mayors; Nation; Neighboring villages; Olive oil mills; Orchards; Population; Pumps; Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, 1137-1193; Social relations; Water supplies; Ṣaffurīyah (Palestine)
Partial Transcript: Significant Figures: Yūsuf, Muḥammad (Shaykh); Laylá, Ḥasan (Shaykh).
Landmarks, Cultural and Touristic Institutions: Qal‘at Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn al-Ayyūbī (Fortress).
Keywords: Agriculture; British Mandate of Palestine, 1922-1948; Communal celebrations; Competitiveness; Cultivation; Dalʻūnā; Education; Farm animals; Farming practices; Harvesting; Harvesting time; Horses; Illiteracy; Intervillage relations; Jafrā; Nakba; Peasants; Protests against occupation; Public schools; Qurʼānic teaching; Rural life; Schools; Shepherds; Sports; Students; Teachers; Threshing; Village leaders; Women education; Women in agriculture; Ẓarīf al-Ṭūl
Keywords: Aerial bombing; Agriculture; Attacks; British Army; British Mandate of Palestine, 1922-1948; British police forces; British-Jewish relations; Conspiracy; Defense; Displacement; Emotions; Farm animals; Guards; Injuries; Martyrs; Military training; Mines; Personal belongings; Ramaḍān; Relief; Resistance movements; Revolutionary leadership; Revolutionary songs; Schools; Seeking shelter; Skirmishes; Tobacco trade; Village leaders; Volunteers; Zionism; Zionist occupation
Keywords: Aid; Arab Revolt, 1936-1939; Arab Salvation Army; Arab countries; Crimes against humanity; Dispersion; Displacement; Expulsion from Palestine; Forced migration; Hope; Hospitality; Investigation; Neighboring villages; Olive trees; Personal belongings; Ramaḍān; Return; Revolutionaries; Rumors; Shoe industry; Textiles; Tobacco trade; Traders; Youth; Zionist Invasion of Palestine, 1948; Zionist occupation; Zionist propaganda; al-Hayb (Arab tribe)
Keywords: Bint Jubayl (Lebanon); Clothing and Dresses; Conduct of life; Death; Education; Fleas; Helpfulness; Hygiene; International Committee of the International Committee of the Red Cross; Liberation; Living conditions; Maktab Filasṭīn al-Dāʼim fī Beirut; Nahr al-Bārid (Palestinian refugee camp: Lebanon); Nakba; Palestinian resistance movements; Palestinian unity; Refugee aid; Refugee camps conditions; Refugee experience; Rumors; Schools; Socio-economic conditions; Suffering; Weather; Women; al-Līṭānī (Lebanon)