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Nakba Oral History Podcast: Interview Musa Mansour
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Posted on February 5, 2006
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Name Musa Mansour  
موسى منصور
Year of Birth 1932
Interviewed By     Fawwaz Salameh   
Duration 180+ Minutes
Interview Date Nov. 18, 2004
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Posted by amersaduni on April 8, 2012 #143067

رحمة الله عليك وجميع امواتنا ويكون متواك الجنة باذن الله تعالى يا شيخ
ابن اخوك عامر الصيدوني
Posted by طارق منصور on October 26, 2010 #124464

ان لله وانا اليه راجعون
رحمة الله عليك
وان شاء الله نرجع على بلدنا و ندعيلك
Posted by ناصر الصيدوني on July 8, 2010 #117131

اللة يرحمك ياخال وينولك الجنة ويبارك في اولادك
Posted by خالد عبد اللطيف منصور on February 1, 2010 #102455

الله يعطيك العافية يا عمي ابو احمد الصيدوني وبارك الله فيك
وفي اولادك