Interview with Muná Muḥammad Naḍr
|Biography:||The interview was recorded on September 26, 2009 with Muná Muḥammad Naḍr (Umm Maḥmūd), female, born in Saida and resides in ʻAyn al-Ḥilwah Palestinian Refugee Camp, Lebanon.|
|Interviewee:||Naḍr, Muná Muḥammad
|Place of Origin:|
|In Collection:||POHA, Al-Jana, Ein el-Hilwat Collection|
Israeli terrorism -- Lebanon -- History -- 1982-1985.
Abū Shaqrah, ‘Āṭif (Martyr); al-Ṭarābulsī, ‘Abdullāh (Martyr); Rabāḥ, Ramzī (Political activist); Murād, Abū al-Sa‘īd (Political activist); al-Za‘tarī, Muṣṭafá (Taxi driver); al-Ṭāhir, Zakīyah (Political activist); Bishārah, ‘Āṭif (Political activist); ‘Abbūd, Ghassān (Political activist); Aṣlān, Bilāl (Political activist); Ḥaddād, Iskandar (Lawyer); Āghā, Fu’ād (Shop owner).
|Table of Contents:||
Israeli invasion and terrorism. (@ 00:00:00)
Political activity during the Israeli invasion and women's role. (@ 00:21:14)
Women's role in the reconstruction of ʻAyn al-Ḥilwah Refugee Camp. (@ 00:42:1)
Views on Palestinian women's role. (@ 00:59:27)
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