Interview with Shafīq Ibrāhīm al-Ṣaffūrī
|Biography:||The interview was recorded on Aug 5, 2003 with Shafīq Ibrāhīm al-Ṣaffūrī, male, born in 1930 in Shafā ʻAmru, Palestine.|
|Interviewee:||al-Ṣaffūrī, Shafīq Ibrāhīm
|Place of Origin:||Shafā ʻAmrū
|In Collection:||POHA, Al-Nakba Collection|
Expulsion -- Palestine -- History -- 20th century.
Education -- Palestine -- 20th century.
Palestine -- History -- Nakba, 1948.
al-Ṣaffūrī, Abū Mahmūd (Revolutionary leader); Ḥamādah, ʻAlī Ṣāliḥ (Prisoner); Ḥamādah, Aḥmad Ṣāliḥ (Prisoner); Qaddūmī, Fayṣal (Martyr); Qaddūmī, Ḥasan (Martyr); al-Ṣaffūrī, Abū Maḥmūd (Revolutionary); Ḥassūn, Kamāl (Revolutionary); Rtāḥī, ʻAbd al-Karīm (Revolutionary); Zaynab, ʻAlī (Revolutionary); Shanārū, Khalīl (Revolutionary leader); Ḥaddād, Buṭrus (Blacksmith); al-ʻAwādīyah, al-Ṭayyib (Blacksmith); al-ʻAwādīyah, Mṭālib (Blacksmith); Abū Ḥarb, Sulaymān (Butcher); al-Shītī, Badr (Trader); al-ʻIjjī, Nāyif (Shop owner); Stephan, Michael (Shop owner); Faraḥ, Wakīm (Landowner); Ḥamādah, Muḥammad (Landowner); Sābā, Baḥūs Ḥannā (Landowner); al-Salmān, Muḥammad (Landowner); Abū ‘Aṭīyah, Darwīsh (Landowner); al-Shītī, Badr (Village leader); al-Shītī, Yūsuf (Village leader); Ḥamadah, Muḥammad (Village leader); al-Salmān, Muḥammad (Village leader); al-Nāṣir, ‘Alī (Buses owner); al-Khūrī, Jubrān (Manager); Dyāb, Mwaffaq (Doctor); al-Ḥamad, ʻAzīz (Prisoner); Jabbūr, Jabbūr Yūsuf (Municipal council); Ḥamādah, Ḥamādah Muḥammad (Mayor); Ḥusayn, Ibrāhīm Nimir (Mayor); Naffā‘, Muḥammad (Poet); al-‘Adūl, Kanj (Martyr); ‘Awājah, Qāsim (Prisoner); al-Sharqāwi, Muḥammad (Resistance fighter); Ḥusayn, Ṭūṭah Nimir (Martyr).
Madrasat al-Maktab (School).
|Table of Contents:||
Socio-political dynamics in the village during the British rule. (@ 00:00:00)
Political turmoil, revolutionaries and military activities in Shafā ʻAmrū. (@ 00:12:49)
Socio economic conditions in Shafā ʻAmrū. (@ 00:19:21)
Community celebrations and customs. (@ 00:34:23)
Conflict and social relations in the city. (@ 00:46:11)
Interreligious relations before and during Nakba. (@ 00:53:42)
War time and military occupartion. (@ 01:04:39)