Interview with Muḥammad Nimir Ḥammād

Biography: The interview was recorded on July 29, 2005 with Muḥammad Nimir Ḥammād, male, born in 1919 in al-Kābrī, Palestine and resides in Burj al-Barājinah Palestinian Refugee Camp, Lebanon. He worked at the Agricultural Experiment Station.
Interviewer: Mughrabī, Bushrá
Interviewee: Ḥammād, Muḥammad Nimir
Place of Origin: al-Kābrī
In Collection: POHA, Al-Nakba Collection
Interview Audio/Video:
Format: video
Duration: 01:23:23
Language: Arabic
Interview Date: 2005-07-29
Permanent Link:
Significant Figures:
Sirḥān, Nāyif (Village leader); al-Ṣafadī, Dīb (Mayor); Asmar, Dīb (Storyteller); Sirḥān, Fāris (Storyteller); al-Yashruṭī, ‘Alī (Shaykh); Saʻīd, ʻĪd (Revolutionary); Saʻīd, al-Dalīl (Revolutionary leader); al-Shaykh ʻĪsá, Khalīl (Revolutionary); al-Shuqayrī, Anwar (Doctor); Badr, Ḥasan (Martyr); Ṣafwat, Ismāʻīl (Arab Salvation Army commander); Ḥisin, Aḥmad (Martyr).
Sirḥān; Ḥabīb.
Landmarks-Public Institutions:
Dā’irat al-Tajārub al-Zirā‘īyah (Governmental institution); Dā’irat al-Jamārik (Governmental institution).
Qalʻat Jiddīn (Fortress).
Landmarks-Private Institutions:
Keren Kayemeth (Corporation).
Landmarks-Lakes, Rivers:
Qanāyat al-Bāshā (Water resource); ‘Ayn al-‘Asal (Water resource); Ja‘tūn (Water resource).
Table of Contents: Family origins and childhood hardships. (@ 00:00:09)
Employment during the British Mandate and arrest. (@ 00:11:17)
Village disputes and cultural life. (@ 00:25:53)
Arab revolt against British authorities and Battles. (@ 00:48:58)
Arab Salvation Army withdrawal and expulsion. (@ 01:16:25)

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