Interview with Nawfal Yāsīn

Biography: The interview was recorded on November 2, 1987 with Nawfal Yāsīn, male, born in 1929 in ʻAlmā, Palestine and resides in al-Rashīdīyah Palestinian Refugee Camp, Lebanon.
Interviewer: Ghunaym, Aḥmad
Interviewee: Yāsīn, Nawfal
Place of Origin: ʻAlmā
In Collection: POHA, Al-Jana, Biographies Collection
Interview Audio/Video:
Format: audio
Duration: 03:20:01
Language: Arabic
Interview Date: 1987-11-02
Permanent Link: https://n2t.net/ark:/86073/b39922
Subjects:
Significant Figures:
Inkhil, ʻAbd al-Hamīd (Shaykh); al-Dirbās, Muḥammad ʻĪsá (Businessman); al-Ḥāj, Muḥammad Fāris (Businessman); Mūsá, Aḥmad ʻUmar (Teacher); al-Karmī, ʻAbd al-Rahīm (Teacher); al-Fahūmī, Dyāb (Teacher); al-Shihāb, Fawzī (Teacher); Ḥamad, Muḥammad Ṭālib (Teacher); Ḥawwā, Aḥmad Ḥasan (Teacher); Qaddūrah, Ḥikmat (Teacher); Yūnus, Ahmad (Teacher); Suwaydān, ʻAbd al-Laṭīf (Teacher); ʻĪsá, ʻAbd al-Raḥmān al-Ḥāj (Teacher), Ghaṭṭās, Ghaṭṭās Yūsuf (School principal); Abū Shiḥādah, Maḥmūd (Martyr); ʻAbdullāh, Muḥammad Ḥasan (Martyr); Saʻīd, Aḥmad Muḥammad (Mayor); ʻAṭāyā, Sulymān (Teacher); al-Rifāʻī, Ibrāhīm (Shaykh); al-Rifāʻī, Muḥammad (Shaykh); Shiblī, Nimir (Mayor); Ghannām, Ḥasan ʻAlī (Martyr); Shiḥādah, Saʻīd (Martyr).
Families:
Shaḥrūr; Sulaymān; Mirʻī; Azzām; ʻAṭīyah; ʻAql; Abū Ṭaʻʻān; Hajāj; Dʻaybis; Ghannām; Yāsīn; Abbās; al-Ḥāj Khalīl; ʻAjjāwī; al-ʻAynah; al-Khaḍrah.
Landmarks-Places of Worship:
Jāmiʻ al-ʻUmarī (Mosque); al-Siddīq (Maqām); Muḥammad al-Assūm (Maqām); al-Nabī Yūshaʻ (Maqām); Munṭār (Maqām).
Landmarks-Monuments:
Mghārat Namnūmī (Caves); al-Dulbī (Caves); Maghārat al-Dabiʻ (Cave).
Landmarks-Private Institutions:
Mustashfá Ḥamzah (Hospital); Egged Bus Comapny (Corporation); Mustashfá Ṭabaryā (Hospital).
Landmarks-Lakes, Rivers:
Nahr al-Ḥundāj (River); Wādī Fārah (Valley).
Table of Contents: Agriculture, childhood, and community life in ʻAlmā. (@ 00:00:00)
Antiquities and caves in Palestine. (@ 00:25:31)
Social life and customs. (@ 00:52:20)
British mandate and employment. (@ 01:15:56)
Wedding traditions, religious events and funeral traditions. (@ 01:33:21)
Miscellaneous narratives and explusion to Lebanon. (@ 02:14:0)

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