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Nakba Oral History Podcast: Interview with Ibrahim al-Hussein
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Posted on November 11, 2005
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Name Ibrahim al-Hussein  
إبراهيم حسين
Year of Birth 1930
Interviewed By     Ghazi al-Lahham   
Duration 140+ Minutes
Interview Date Sep. 29, 2004
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Posted by Fuad Hussein on February 16, 2015 #156062

مقابلة ابراهيم حسين غير موجودة وثمة خطأ لوجود مقابلة أخرى مكانها
Posted by المهندس : عماد جميل السيد on June 7, 2011 #135165

بارك الله في كل من ساهم في نشر الوعي حول تاريخ فلسطين
ورحم الله امواتنا وجمعنا معهم في جنات الخلد ان شاء الله
Posted by خضر عبد الكريم حسين on March 15, 2010 #106485

اطال الله في عمرك يا سنديانة فلسطين الشامخة
Posted by معتز سميح حسين حسين on July 14, 2009 #83012

السلام عليكم اهنئ الجد ابو طلب على هذه المقابلة بالتعريف عن بلدنا وقريتنا ونسأل الله ان يديمه لنا بصحة وسلامة وشكرا
Posted by عبدالسلام on May 28, 2009 #78528

اشكرا كل ما ساهم في البرنامج
Posted by م . صالح حسين on May 1, 2009 #75727

كبير يا عم ابو طلب واللة كبير
Posted by أحمد السيد on April 23, 2009 #74933

أحسنت والله يا عم أبو طلب كنت رائعا كما هو عهدنا بك لا فض فوك
Posted by ghassan mohammed on May 10, 2008 #37476

Iwould like to thank for these interviews
Im from alteeneh also and i know these people very much