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Nakba Oral History Podcast: Interview with Khatimah al-Qiram and Her Son Fayez Abu Fardah
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Posted on February 6, 2006
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Name Khatimah al-Qiram and Her Son Fayez Abu Fardah  
خاتمه القرم وإبنها فايز أبو فراده
Year of Birth 1918 and 1958 respectively
Interviewed By     Fawwaz Salameh   
Duration 360+ Minutes
Interview Date Dec. 5, 2005
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Posted by أحمد الذهين العقيلي on August 1, 2009 #84892

تباعدت المسافات وتلاحقت السنين وضاع الامل لدى الكثيرين مناالى أن جاء مشروعكم الحقيقه فبعث فينا(جيل النكبه)وفي ابنائناوالأجيال اللاحقه الأمل والأصرار والتصميم والعمل على العودة المظفرة وان تعثرنا اليوم بسبب ماحولنا من عقبات فحتما سنقوم من كبوتنا ونسترد حقنا وارضناوننتقم لعذاباتنا من كل من شارك وأيدفي نكبتناوشتاتنادون أن نرتكب جرماأو نقترف اثما.جزاكم الله عنا كل خير وبركه.
Posted by abd alrahman Al Okaily on July 25, 2009 #84175

Well done!Thank You very much for the ducumentation of the oral history of palestine.The new generations and the coming ones will make use of this very important facts related by their grandfathers and grandmothers.Rights will never be forgotten by any means.Thank you again for this great effoorts.