Interview with Muḥammad Sa‘d al- Dāwūd
|Biography:||This interview was recorded on May 8, 2003 with Muḥammad Sa‘d al- Dāwūd, male, born in 1918 in Majd al-Kurūm, Palestine. He worked with the British army during World War II, then as a Doorman in Haifa Hospital.|
|Interviewee:||al-Dāwūd, Muḥammad Sa‘d
|Place of Origin:||Majd al-Kurūm
|In Collection:||POHA, Al-Nakba Collection|
Education -- Palestine -- 20th century.
Expulsion -- Palestine -- History -- 20th century.
Palestine -- History -- Nakba, 1948.
al-Shāmī, Ḥasan (Revolutionary); Abū Dāwūd, Ibrāhīm (Village leader); Salīm, Muḥammad (Village leader); Sirḥān, Ḥasan (Village leader); Abū Rimḥayn, Ḥusayn (Village leader); ‘Abd al-Raḥmān, Rashīd (Village leader); al-ʻAbbī, Rashīd (Poet); Farḥāt, Badr (Revolutionary leader).
al-Mustashfá al-Ḥukūmī fī Haifa (Hospital).
|Table of Contents:||
Battles and memories. (@ 00:00:01)
Childhood, agriculture and everyday life. (@ 00:07:31)
Economic conditions during the British rule. (@ 00:18:34)
Community celebrations and customs. (@ 00:26:11)
Political turmoil, Zionist occupation and displacement. (@ 00:39:36)
Refugee life and hope to return. (@ 00:52:35)
Homeland: Photos, official papers. (@ 01:12:8)
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Previous issue date: 2003|