Interview with ʻĀʼishah Muḥammad Farḥāt

Biography: The interview was recorded on April 3, 2003, with ʻĀʼishah Muḥammad Farḥāt, female, born in 1922 in Haifa, Palestine and resides in Tal al-Zaʻtar Refugee Camp, Lebanon. She was a dressmaker.
Interviewee: Farḥāt, ʻĀʼishah Muḥammad
Place of Origin: Haifa
In Collection: POHA, Al-Nakba Collection
Interview Audio/Video:
Format: video
Duration: 01:55:04
Language: Arabic
Interview Date: 2003-04-03
Permanent Link:
Significant Figures:
al-Ṣiḍḍīq, Aḥmad (Shaykh); Khiḍir, Ḥasan (Mayor); al-Shaykh, Muḥammad (Martyr); al-Ṭāhir, Faḍīl (Resistance fighter); Abū ʻAṭīyah, Darwīsh (Resistance fighter); al-Mughrabī, Abū Ṣubḥī (Resistance fighter).
Landmarks-Places of Worship:
al-Nabī Hūshān (Maqām); al-Nabī Yūshaʻ (Maqām).
Table of Contents: Customs and society in Hawshah. (@ 00:00:23)
Social relations and community celebrations. (@ 00:17:20)
Zionist occupation of Hawshah. (@ 00:39:36)
Continued warfare and expulsion from Hawshah. (@ 00:57:54)
Displacement and refugee life. (@ 01:20:39)
Return to Palestine. (@ 01:37:51)

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