Interview with Maḥmūd Rinnū

Biography: The interview was recorded on August 7, 1997 with Maḥmūd Rinnū, male, born in 1922 in Haifa, Palestine. He was a fisherman in Haifa port.
Interviewer: [al-Maṣrī, Muḥammad] [
Interviewee: Rinnū, Maḥmūd
Place of Origin: Haifa
In Collection: POHA, Al-Jana, Nakba Collection
Interview Audio/Video:
Format: audio
Duration: 01:11:44
Language: Arabic
Interview Date: 1997-08-07
Permanent Link:
Significant Figures:
Qaṣād, Kāmil (Principal); Nāyif, Aḥmad (Military officer); Farḥāt, Muḥammad (Martyr); Ibrāhīm, Srūr (Resistance leader); Ṣafwat, Ismāʻīl (Arab Salvation Army commander); Ibrāhīm, Surūr (Martyr); Qazmūz, ʻAbd al-Qādir (Martyr); Rinnū, Aḥmad Ibrāhīm (Martyr); Rinnū, Maḥmūd Ibrāhīm (Martyr).
Landmarks-Places of Worship:
Jāmiʻ al-Istiqlāl (Mosque).
Landmarks-Private Institutions:
Madrasat al-Burj (School).
Table of Contents: Political life under the British Mandate of Palestine. (@ 00:00:00)
Political turmoil and settler colonialism in pre-Nakba Palestine. (@ 00:17:28)
Expulsion from Haifa and hope of return. (@ 00:37:7)
War events and expulsion from Palestine. (@ 00:49:39)
Final reflections. (@ 01:05:47)
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