Partial Transcript: Families: al-Ḥamūl; al-Aghawāt; al-Muqassim; Fāʻūr; Muṣṭafá.
Keywords: Agricultural products; Children's games; Clothing and dresses; Dietary practices; Dwellings; Education; Embroidery; Family structure; Farmers; Farming practices; Irrigation; Jordanian Army; Land ownership; Peasant workers; Rain; Return; Seeking refuge; Sewing; Tarshīḥā (Palestine); Teachers; Tobacco industry; Trans-Jordan Frontier Forces; Water resources; al-Kābrī (Palestine)
Keywords: Bedouins; Bridal customs; Brides; Childbirth; Churches; Clothing and dresses; Coexistence; Coffeehouses; Craftsmen; Cross-stitch; Dietary practices; Dowry; Engagement; Entertainment; Interrogations; Intervillage relations; Marriage proposals; Revolutionaries; Sewing; Social relations; Songs; Tailoring; Trade; Wedding presents; Wedding traditions; al-Mawāsī (Arab tribe); al-Ṣuwayṭāt (Arab tribe)
Partial Transcript: Significant Figures: al-Maḥmūd, Shafīq (Mayor); ʻUmar, Fāyiz al-ʻAbd (Martyr); Muṣṭafá, Aḥmad (Mayor).
Landmarks-Places of Worship: Sabalān (Maqām).
Keywords: Abdullah, King of Jordan, 1882-1951; Aerial bombing; Arab Revolt, 1936-1939; Arab Salvation Army; Arbitration; Arrest; Atrocities of war; Birth certificates; Bombardment; British army camps; British colonialism; Collaborationists; Damaged weapons; Death; Deception; Expulsion; Husbands; Imprisonment; Jewish immigrants; Mayors; Medical aid; Nahariya (Jewish Settlement: Palestine); Refugee experience; Return; Revolutionaries; Routes; Sabalān (Palestine); Seeking shelter; Settler colonialism; Terrorism; Theft; Village siege; Weapon acquisition; Zionist Invasion of Palestine, 1948; al-Hilālī, Abū Zayd
Partial Transcript: Significant Figures: Muṣṭafá, Zakī (Resistance leader); Ḥammūd, Aḥmad (Martyr); al-Jishshī, Abū Suhayl (Leader); al-Jishshī, Maḥmūd (Leader).
Keywords: Aerial bombing; Arab Salvation Army; Arab countries; Attempt at return; Bishārah, ʻAzmī, 1956-; Border guards; British occupation; Burj al-Barājinah (Palestinian refugee camp: Lebanon); Collaborationists; Crimes against humanity; Deception; Exile; Families; Hardship; Honor; Leaders; Mass murder; Massacres; Orphans; Partition plan, 1947; Passing on memories; Personal belongings; Psychological warfare; Radio stations; Refugee camp conditions; Refugee experience; Resistance; Routes; Rulers; Socio-economic conditions; Terrorism; Violation of humanitarian law; Widows; Women in armed conflicts; Zionist Invasion of Palestine, 1948; Zionist occupation; al-Ḥusaynī, Amīn, 1895-1975