Interview with Nimir ‘Alī Miṣrī

Biography: The interview was recorded on June 24, 1997 with Nimir ‘Alī Miṣrī, male, born in 1929 in al-Ṭīrah, Haifa, Palestine and resides in Mīyah wa Mīyah Palestinian Refugee Camp, Lebanon. He worked as a driver with the British Army.
Interviewer: Mughrabī, Bushrá
Interviewee: Miṣrī, Nimir ‘Alī
Place of Origin: al-Ṭīrah, Haifa
In Collection: POHA, Al-Jana, Nakba Collection
Interview Audio/Video:
Format: audio
Duration: 01:36:16
Language: Arabic
Interview Date: 1997-06-24
Permanent Link:
Significant Figures:
al-Ṣuluḥ, Adīb (Teacher); Qaṭṭān, Ḥabīb (School principal); al-Ṣaffūrī, Abū Maḥmūd (Revolutionary leader); Abū Durrah, Abū al-‘Abd (Revolutionary leader); al-Salmān, ‘Abdullāh (Mayor); al-Ayyūbī, Najātī (Masyor); al-Ayyūbī, Najāt (Mayor); al-Sammān, Khiḍir (Mayor); al-Khaṭīb, Abū Ḥusayn (Resistance leader).
Landmarks-Public Institutions:
Haifa port (Port); Haifa Oil Refinery (Corporation); Haifa Port (Port); Akka port (Port).
Landmarks-Cultural and Touristic Institutions:
Cinema Armūn (Cinema); Ḥisbat Haifa (Market).
Table of Contents: Agricultural life in the village. (@ 00:00:01)
Political conditions during the British Mandate. (@ 00:08:47)
Political turmoil, military activity in the village. (@ 00:15:55)
Socio-economic conditions in al-Ṭīrah. (@ 00:32:15)
Zionist infiltration and military activity. (@ 00:41:9)
Violence, battles and armed resistance. (@ 00:47:34)
City occupation, displacement and exile. (@ 00:59:57)
War time, military occupation and exile. (@ 01:11:49)
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