Partial Transcript: Families: Άwn; ‘Umar; Ma‘anqī.
Significant Figures: ‘Awdah, Muḥammad ‘Alī (School principal).
Keywords: Agricultural products; Agriculture; Childhood; Economic sectors; Education; Intervillage relations; Landowners; Lebanon; Martyrs; Neighboring villages; Population; Schools; Shaykhs; Taxes; Teachers; Trade
Partial Transcript: Significant Figures: al-Ḥāj Mūsá, ‘Alī (Mayor); Shiblī, Nimir (Mayor); Ismā‘īl, Na‘īm (Village leader); Maḥmūd, Ḥasan (Village leader); Ḥasan, Kāẓim (Village leader); Kasīrah, Ibrāhīm (Martyr); ‘Abbās, Muṣṭafá (Martyr); Ḍahir, Nāṣīf (Martyr); Kāẓim, ‘Alī (Martyr); Ḥasan, Khalīl (Martyr); Ya‘qūb, Mūsá ‘Alī (Martyr); Ismā‘īl, ‘Abd al-Ḥāj (Martyr); Salāmah, Ḥasan (Martyr); Salāmah, Ismā‘īl (Martyr).
Keywords: Arab Revolt (1936-1939); Arab Salvation Army; Arbitration; Bedouins; Border cities and towns; Boycott; British Mandate of Palestine, 1922-1948; British colonialism; Child killings; Crimes against humanity; Discriminatory measures; Expulsion from Palestine; Guards; Home demolition; Jewish settlements; Martyrs; Mass graves; Massacres; Mayors; Mines; Neighboring villages; Nostalgia; Passing on memories; Prisons; Psychological warfare; Return; Revolutionaries; Revolutionary leadership; Rumors; Settler colonialism; Strikes; Urban planning; Village siege; Weapon acquisition; Weapon trade; Women socio-economic role; Zionist occupation; Ṣalḥah Massacre, 1948