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Nakba Oral History Video Podcast: Interview with Abdel Rahaman Zaki al-Shaqildi (Abu Zaki)
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Posted on October 5, 2004
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Name Abdel Rahim al-Shaqildi  
عبد الرحمن الشاقلدي
Year of Birth 1919
Interviewed By     Abdel Majeed Dandeis   
Duration 150+ Minutes
Interview Date Jan. 26, 2004
   
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Posted by مامون زكيان اللولو on March 9, 2013 #149054

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

هذا الرجل رحمه الله ممن ذاقوا المعاناة عندما خرجوا من فلسطين

رحمه الله وادخله جنات النعيم
Posted by هشام فارس حسونة on June 14, 2012 #144491

هذا الحاج أبو زكي الشاقلدي الله يرحمه ويدخله الجنة من الناس الأتقياء الشرفاء ومن وجهاء مدينة اللد وعائلة الشاقلدي ساكن خلف بيتنا في جبل الحسين في الأردن وكان يزورنا في البيت وسع الله له في قبره وأناره عليه وجعله روضة من رياض الجنة
Posted by niveen hani on February 9, 2010 #103218

God bless my uncle Abu Zaki, the womb of my grandfather and my grandmother, I was reminded of my grandfather today, I have to tell us much about the days of emigration and the days of his life in Lod, and the finest and most beautiful family and the family assets Alshaklde and I also swear I kept my children and grandchildren the latest on the most beautiful cities in the world and the finest family Lod Alhaklde family and stay at home until death and I wish to meet my grandmother and grandfather in heaven that God (a word to my ancestors I have learned a lot from you much love honesty sincerity, tolerance, love of country love the smell of this land, I hope to ask for mercy for my grandfather and grandmother)
Bint Palestine
Bint Bint Lod Alshaklde
Nevine Alshaklde
Posted by نهيل عدنان الشاقلدي on January 12, 2010 #100630

I ask God to give you health and strength grandfather Aziz, Thank you very much for this information, which gave us them. Announcer also thank the program for their efforts and patience, I would also like your news the existence of a special group for the city of Lod is on Facebook, there are a lot of valuable information and many of the stories also There are a lot of historical books about the city of Lod, and there are also a number of talk about the Prophet Muhammad speaks about the city, and finally ask you to give us information on the eighth story of Lod.
Posted by Imad A. Shaqildi on August 17, 2009 #86556

God bless you my uncle Abu Zaki. Insha Allah we will meet in paradise at end. You have illistrate the Nakba occasion simple as we live that days. I learnt much of your struggle for Zionists and your intimateness to your country Palestine. I did not live over there but your words and description of AL Lydd city makes live those days you just remember and illustrated that occasion. It is exerted my feeling and made me sad. What is happening was a crime in human rights. I promise you I will keep remembering you and tall your story to my kids and grand sons as long as I am alive. I will fight for country and return my land back, even if I force to buy it back.
Sleep peacefully in the hand of God.
Your Nephew
Imad Shaqildi
Posted by Khaled Shaqildi on January 11, 2009 #63188

may allah give my uncle abu zaki haven ..he wase alot of fun and carry a lot of love for evryone.