Partial Transcript: Landmarks-Places of Worship: al-Khiḍir (Maqām).
Significant Figures: al-‘Abd, ‘Aṭīyah (Martyr).
Keywords: Attacks; Balad al-Shaykh (Palestine); British colonization; Celebrations; Children's games; Conspiracy; Displacement; Druzes; Economic prosperity; European Jewish Immigration; Evacuation; Expulsion from Palestine; Girls; Interpersonal relations; Intervillage relations; Jewish settlements; Land partition; Land sale; Orchards; Palestinian-Jewish relations; Prisoners; Public schools; Qurʼānic teaching; Respect; Settler colonialism; Shafā ʻAmrū (Palestine); Siblings; Social norms; Women education; Ḥawwāsah (Palestine)
Partial Transcript: Significant Figures: Qaramān, Ṭāhir (Businessman).
Landmarks- Private Institutions: Haifa Cigarettes Manufacture (Corporation).
Keywords: Agriculture; Arranged marriage; British colonization; Children's games; Dowry; Education; Employment; Funerals; Income; Jewish immigration; Jewish settlements; Jidrū (Palestine); Land acquisition; Land partition; Land sale; Martyrs; Media; Palestinian resistance; Poems; Revolutionary songs; Seeking refuge; Settler colonialism; Tobacco trade; Zionist colonization; al-Qassām, ʻIzz al-Dīn, 1882-1935; ʻĪd al-Mawlid al-Nabawī
Keywords: Arab Salvation Army; Baalbek (Lebanon); Conspiracy; Discriminatory measures; Dispersion; Expulsion from Palestine; Family reunification; Family structure; Fathers; Hebrew; Jewish immigration; Kawkab Abū al-Hayjāʼ (Palestine); Mayors; Palestinian Jews; Palestinian-Jewish relation; Photographs; Prisoners of war; Refugee experience; Return; Sabbath; Sūq
Partial Transcript: Significant Figures: al-Nimir, Ṣāliḥ (Martyr).
Keywords: Aerial bombing; Arab Revolt, 1936-1939; Arab Salvation Army; Attacks; Balfour Declaration, 1917; Battles; Birth certificates; British policy; Collaborationists; Daughters; Executions; Family reunification; Haganah; Hope; House keys; Ḥijāzī, Fuʼād Ḥasan, 1904-1930; International Committee of the International Committee of the Red Cross; Jamjūm, Muḥammad Khalīl, 1902-1930; Lebanese Government; Media; Murder; Naturalization; Official documents; Poems; Refugee aid; Refugee experience; Resistance; Return; Revolutionaries; Revolutionary leadership; United Nations; Weapon acquisition; Wives; al-Birwah Battle, 1948; al-Ḥusaynī, Amīn, 1895-1975; ʻAtlit Prison (Prison: Palestine)