Interview with Nāyfah ʻAbd al-Tāyih

Biography: The interview was recorded on October 7, 1997 with Nāyfah ʻAbd al-Tāyih, female, born in 1936 in Haifa, Palestine and resides in Aleppo, Syria.
Interviewer: Abū Hawwash, Jābir
Interviewee: ʻAbd al-Tāyih, Nāyfah
Place of Origin: Haifa
In Collection: POHA, Al-Jana, Nakba Collection
Interview Audio/Video:
Format: audio
Duration: 01:30:33
Language: Arabic
Interview Date: 1997-10-07
Permanent Link:
Significant Figures:
Ḍargham, Srūr (Revolutionary leader).
Landmarks-Places of Worship:
al-Shaykh ‘Īsá (Maqām); al-Khiḍir (Maqām); Mar Elias (Maqām); Jāmi‘ al-Jazzār (Mosque).
Landmarks-Public Institutions:
al-Mustashfá al-Ḥukūmī (Hospital).
Landmarks-Private Institutions:
Egged Bus Company (Corporation); Bata (Corporation).
Landmarks-Cultural and Touristic Institutions:
Sūq al-Shwām (Market); Ḥammām al-Bāshā (Public bath); Ḥisbat Haifa (Market).
Table of Contents: Childhood and social conditions in the city. (@ 00:00:00)
Social dynamics in Haifa. (@ 00:13:44)
Political turmoil, revolutionaries and military activity. (@ 00:22:13)
War time and expulsion. (@ 00:31:3)
Sufferance and death during the expulsion. (@ 00:41:13)
Refugee life, humiliation and isolation. (@ 00:54:34)
Exile and immigration. (@ 01:09:14)

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