Interview with Muṣṭafá Maḥmūd Ṭāhā
|Biography:||The interview was recorded on June 13, 1997 with Muṣṭafá Maḥmūd Ṭāhā, male, born in 1929 in Shaʻb, Palestine and resides in al-Burj al-Shamālī Palestinian Refugee Camp, Lebanon.|
|Interviewer:||Mshayrifah, Kamāl Jum‘ah
|Interviewee:||Ṭāhā , Muṣṭafá Maḥmūd
|Place of Origin:||Shaʻb
|In Collection:||POHA, Al-Jana, Nakba Collection|
Expulsion -- Palestine -- History -- 20th century.
Zionist settlement -- Palestine -- History -- To 1948.
Palestine -- History -- Nakba, 1948.
al-Ṭayyār, Musṭafá (Policeman); ‘Abd al-Raḥmān, Saʻīd Amīn (Policeman); Abū ʻAlī, Dhāhir (Martyr); Salāmah, Ḥasan (Resistance leader); Salīm, Kāyid Muḥammad (Martyr); Ḥamzah, Muṣṭafá al-Ḥāj ‘Abd (Martyr); al-Ḥarāmī, Ḥasan (Wounded); Ṭarīf, Salmān (Shaykh); al-Shaykh Aḥmad, Aḥmad (Shaykh); Flayyih, Rashīd (Arab Salvation Army commander).
Ḥamzah; Khaṭīb; Zaytūn; al-Asadīyah; Shaykh Muḥammad; Ḥusayn; Najjār.
|Landmarks-Cultural and Touristic Institutions:||
Ḥisbat Haifa (Market).
Jisr al-Dāmūn (Bridge).
|Table of Contents:||
Childhood and agriculture. (@ 00:00:01)
Politics and government during the British rule. (@ 00:13:0)
Political turmoil and popular resistance in Shaʻb. (@ 00:24:59)
Battles and armed resistance. (@ 00:31:46)
War time and military occupation. (@ 00:38:44)
Exile from Palestine. (@ 00:47:51)
Citizenship and identity. (@ 01:04:50)
Refugees hope for the future. (@ 01:20:25)
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Previous issue date: 1997|