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Video Nakba Oral History Podcast: Interview with Muhammad al-Sakit
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Posted on October 1, 2007
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Name Muhammad al-Sakit  
محمود محمد الساكت
Year of Birth 1935
Interviewed By     Rakan Mahmoud   
Duration 177 Minutes
Interview Date June 23, 2007
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Posted by محمد ساكت on July 20, 2009 #83623

شكرا لكم لفتح المجال امام اجدادنا للتعبير عن آرائهم والحديث عن ذكرياتهم التي كادت ان تكون في طي النسيان . شكرا لمشاعركم النبيلة والجياشة التي سمحت لكم باجراء مثل هذه المقابلات وارجو ان يستفيد منها كل شخص نسي اصله الذي ينتمي اليه وتعلق بكل شيء جديد لا ثيمة له وادعو الله العلي القدير ان يعيدنا إلى تلك البلاد وهو القادر على ذلك
والسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته.. ولدكم المحب محمد الساكت