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Nakba Oral History Podcast: Interview with Muhammad Abu Yahya
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Posted on November 11, 2005
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Name Muhammad Abu Yahya  
محمد أبو يحيى
Year of Birth 1938
Interviewed By     Ghazi al-Lahham   
Duration 260+ Minutes
Interview Date Oct. 13, 2004
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Posted by صبري سماره on October 24, 2013 #152931

السلام عليكم انا احيي هذا الرجل الطيب المثقف وما شاءالله ذاكرته قويه جدا وطريقة كلامه شيقه للغايه ولا يمل منها ابدا اسأل الله ان يديم عليه نعمة الصحه والعافيه واتمنى لقاءه والسلام عليه والجلوس معه حيث انه تربطنا به علاقة نسب وجوار فهو من صبارين وانا من بريكه
Posted by ruth de jong on September 15, 2010 #121428

Dear people of Palestije remembered,

Why you don't give an English translation?

Ruth de Jong