Interview with Ḥusayn ‘Alī Lubānī
|Biography:||Tthe interview was recorded on February 8, 2004 with Ḥusayn ‘Alī Lubānī, male, born in 1939 in al-Dāmūn, Palestine and resides in Tripoli, Lebanon.|
|Interviewee:||Lubānī, Ḥusayn ‘Alī
|Place of Origin:||al-Dāmūn
|In Collection:||POHA, Al-Nakba Collection|
Cities and towns -- Palestine -- History -- To 1948.
Palestine -- History -- Nakba, 1948.
Expulsion -- Palestine -- History -- 20th century.
al-Zaydānī, Ṣāliḥ (Historical figure); 'Ubayd, Shafīq (Principal); al-Bīṭār, Khalīl (Teacher); al-ʻAbbūd, Jubrān (Landowner); ʻAzīz, Aḥmad (Poet); al-Mrāḥ, Shanā‘ah (Poet); Saʻīd, As‘ad (Poet); al-Asadī, Abū Sa‘ūd (Poet); al-Rīnāwī, Tawfīq (Poet); al-Ḥiṭṭīnī, Abū Saʻīd (Poet); al-Biqā‘ī, Ḥaydar (Village leader); Sallām, Farḥān (Poet); Jayyūsī, ‘Abd al-Raḥmān (Poet); Wihbī, Mārūn Ilyās (Poet); Abū al-ʿAsal, Riyāḥ Ḥannā (Bishop); ʻArafāt, Jamīl (Author); al-Walī, Fu’ād (Teacher); al-Bāsh, Ḥasan (Author); al-Mubayyīḍ, Salīm ‘Arafāt (Author); Sirḥān, Nimir (Author); al-Dājānī, Mu‘taz (Director of the Arab Resource Center for Popular Arts).
al-Zayādinah; al-Biqā‘īyah; al-‘Ayāyshah; al-‘Athāminah; al-Lawābinah; Sarḥānī; Abū al-Hayjā; Fir‘im; ‘Uthmānī; al-Shanā‘ah; Ka‘wash; Zaghmūṭ; Shraydī.
al-‘Afīfī Company (Corporation).
Jabal Kan‘ān (Mountain); Nahir al-Na‘āmayn (River).
|Table of Contents:||
History of the village. (@ 00:00:00)
Agricultural life, social relations, rites and ceremonies. (@ 00:14:10)
Palestinian folklore. (@ 00:31:27)
Memories in poetry. (@ 01:01:31)
Poetry and politics in Palestine. (@ 01:23:18)
Battles and Palestinian poetry. (@ 01:45:22)
Post-Nakba literature. (@ 02:01:40)
Wedding celebrations and marriage customs. (@ 02:21:49)
Memories of childhood. (@ 02:47:48)
War time and military operations. (@ 02:59:5)
Exile road. (@ 03:23:43)
Exile literature. (@ 03:39:8)
Table of Contents:
- History of the village. (@ 0:00)
- Agricultural life, social relations, rites and ceremonies. (@ 14:10)
- Palestinian folklore. (@ 31:27)
- Memories in poetry. (@ 61:31)
- Poetry and politics in Palestine. (@ 83:18)
- Battles and Palestinian poetry. (@ 105:22)
- Post-Nakba literature. (@ 121:40)
- Wedding celebrations and marriage customs. (@ 141:49)
- Memories of childhood. (@ 167:48)
- War time and military operations. (@ 179:5)
- Exile road. (@ 203:43)
- Exile literature. (@ 219:8)