Interview with Muḥammad Jamīl ‘Arābī
|Biography:||The interview was recorded on October 10, 2003 with Muḥammad Jamīl ‘Arābī, male, born in 1923 in Haifa, Palestine. He worked at Haifa Port during the British mandate.|
|Interviewee:||‘Arābī, Muḥammad Jamīl
|Place of Origin:||Haifa
|In Collection:||POHA, Al-Nakba Collection|
Zionist settlement -- Palestine -- History -- To 1948.
Palestine -- Ethnic relations -- History -- 20th century.
Expulsion -- Palestine -- History -- 20th century.
Palestine -- History -- Nakba, 1948.
Madrasat al-Hindī (School); al-ʻAlamayn Bus Company (Corporation); al-Ḥamad, Muḥammad (Arab Salvation Army commander); al-Bart, Fakhrī (Martyr).
Salām; Sursuq; Twaynī.
Haifa port (Port).
Haifa Cigarette Manufacture (Corporation).
Jabal al-Karmil (Mountain).
|Table of Contents:||
Childhood and education. (@ 00:00:00)
Employment and conduct of life in Haifa. (@ 00:07:7)
Land and house sale. (@ 00:16:50)
Palestinian-Jewish coexistance in Palestine. (@ 00:33:57)
War time and military occupation. (@ 00:51:5)
Employment in the United Nations Relief and Works Agency. (@ 01:05:51)
Interreligious marriage in Palestine. (@ 01:20:52)
Final reflections and hope of return. (@ 01:47:29)
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