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Video Nakba Oral History Podcast: Interview with Badei al-Jallad
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Posted on July 14, 2008
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Name Badei al-Jallad  
بديع الجلاد
Year of Birth 1936
Interviewed By     Rakan Mahmoud   
Duration 251 Minutes
Interview Date May 26, 2008
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Posted by محمد بديع جلاد on June 7, 2019 #159602

رحم الله والدي بديع محمود جلاد رحمه واسعه واسكنه فسيح جناته
Posted by جلاد54 on February 15, 2010 #103753

والدي العزيز ابدع في هذه المقابلة ، يعطيكم العافية
Posted by Nafiz Alqasem on October 11, 2008 #54380

I am the son of Abdellatif Suleiman Mahmood Alqasem who Mr. Al-Jalld refers to during the Um Khalid interview. The Mukhtar, Faris Mahmood Al-qasem is my Uncle. Saleh Shaar is married to my Aunt. My father is well and alive living in Tulkarm. Palestineremembered should locate him and interview him. He is 90 years old now and thank God he is still in good shape physically and mentally. I was bron in 1963 in Tulkarm. I still remember visiting Umm Khalid in the 70's where most of the original homes were still standing and the village was fully intact.