Interview with Muḥammad ‘Alī ‘Abīd

Biography: The interview was recorded on September 3, 1998 with Muḥammad ‘Alī ‘Abīd, male, born in 1921 in Kafr Qariʻ, Palestine and resides in al-Baddāwī Palestinian Refugee Camp, Lebanon. He worked with the British police forces during World War II.
Interviewer: Suwayd, Ḥasīb
Interviewee: ‘Abīd, Muḥammad ‘Alī
Place of Origin: Kafr Qariʻ
In Collection: POHA, Al-Jana, Biographies Collection
Interview Audio/Video:
Format: audio
Duration: 01:33:29
Language: Arabic
Interview Date: 1998-09-03
Permanent Link:
Significant Figures:
al-Yāsīn, Asmar (Revolutionary leader); al-Maṣri, Ibrāhīm (Revolutionary); ‘Uthmān, Ḥasan (Revolutionary); ‘Uthmān, ‘Abd (Revolutionary); ‘Uthmān, Ibrāhīm (Wounded); al-‘Abdullāh, Yūsuf (Martyr); al-Maṣrī, Ibrāhīm (Martyr); al-Maṣrī, Maḥmūd (Martyr).
al-‘Athāminah; al-Maṣāriwah; al-Zaḥāliqah.
Landmarks-Public Institutions:
Haifa Port (Port).
Landmarks-Lakes, Rivers:
Jabal al-Nār (Mountain); Wādī al-Urdun (Valley).
Table of Contents: Childhood memories. (@ 00:00:00)
Community celebrations and customs. (@ 00:14:22)
Social customs in the village before Nakba. (@ 00:28:38)
Political turmoil and resistance during the British Mandate. (@ 00:39:29)
War events during the British rule. (@ 00:52:15)
The second World War. (@ 01:03:32)
Zionist invasion of Palestine. (@ 01:25:52)

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