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Posted by محمد عبد القادر ضمرة on MAY-10-2013 #149849

رابط المجموعة على الفيس بوك
مجدل الصادق
https://www.facebook.com/groups/81083751016/
Posted by محمد عبد القادر ضمرة on MAY-10-2013 #149848

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
الاخوات والاخوة اهل المجدل برجاء الانضمام لمجموعتنا على الفيس بوك ومشاركتنا كل متعلقاتكم عن المجدل
علما ان المجموعة فيها الكثير من المعلومات والصور والاحصائيات التي قد تثري وتنعش ذاكرتكم , حتى لا ننسى
Posted by الحاج محمد خالد عمر on MAY-1-2010 #111155

اخواننا و ابناءنا ممن يدونون في هذا الموقع
السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
مما اثلج صدري و انا اتصفح هذا الموقع أن أكثر من يسجل فيه هم من الشاب الذين ولدوا بعد النكبة و لم يشاهدوا قريتهم الحبيبة مسقط رؤوس آبائهم و أجدادهم و هذا يعطيني الامل أن هناك جيل لن ينس وطنه.و لكن لي رجاء أن كل من يكتب عليه أن يتحرى الدقة و لا يعتمد إلا على المعلومة الصحيحة حيث أن لي ملاحظات على بعض المعلومات كما أرجوا أن يعود إلى كتابي عن مجدل يابا-المجدل الصادق
أشكر الجميع و خاصة الشباب منهم
Posted by محمد مصطفى الريان on MARCH-18-2010 #106835

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته: تحيه طيبه:اشكركم جزيل الشكر على هذا المجهود العظيم الذي قمتم به وما زلتم تقومون به والذي لولا الله عز وجل اولأ ثم انتم لما كنا تعرفنا على بلادنا وقراناوخصوصا بلدي مجدل الصادق او الريان كما قرأت وانه شرف عظيم لي أن أكون من هذة العائلة التي فرقها الاستيطان وقد كان والدي الحاج مصطفى احمدحسين ابراهيم ريان يرحمة الله (عفوا لقد تعمدت ذكر اسم والدي بالكامل عسى ان يتعرف علية احد منكم او من الاخوة الزوار ويزودني اكثر بمعلمات عن عائلتي فانا الان ابلغ من العمر الخامسة والاربعين وليس لدي معلومات عن بلدي الحبيب ) , كان والدي يحدثنا كثيرا عن البلد وعن اخوته ايام ثوارتهم ضد الاستيطان وقد كنا صغارا فكنا نمل من احاديثة عن فلسطين كوننا صغارا فلم تكن تناسب اعمارنا ولكني اليوم تمنيت لو يعود والدي ويحدثنا من جديد فلن نمل ابدا . اسف على الاطالة ولكن سؤالي هو كما علمت ان الريان بطن من بطون بني غازي ، فمن هم بني غازي ومن اين جائو وما هو اصلهم ارجوكم افيدو بارك الله فيكم وجعله في ميزان حسناتكم . اخوكم محمد مصطفى الريان
Posted by husasam on NOVEMBER-3-2009 #93782

اخواني اخواتي الاعزاء

عندي استفسار

هل يوجد من عوائل مجدل الصادق

عائلة تدعى

بزازا

ارجو الافادة للاهمية

واذا امكن احد يسرد عوائل المجدل

مع تحياتي

حسام محمد داود صالح بكر

hu7am@hotmail.com
Posted by roqaea omar on SEPTEMBER-27-2009 #90254

أنا من المجدل يابا من الفلسطنين الذين هاجرو من 48 أنا عيلتي عمر أتمنا أن نرجع إلى بلدي وإلى البيرات أنا أحي كل من المجدل يابا
Posted by RIAD SADEQ on MAY-28-2009 #78524

I WISH I COULD VISIT MY FATHER'S AND GRANDFATHERS LAND ONE DAY .... WE NEED TO PRAY TO GOD THAT ONE DAY WE WILL GET IT BACK .
Posted by Abdul qader Al Sela' on APRIL-7-2009 #73324

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
ارجو لكم كل التوفيق لهذا الموقع حتى يصل الى درجة الفيس بوك الخاص بالفلسطينيين
Posted by بدر حميدان on NOVEMBER-26-2008 #58079

السلام عليكم
سبحان الله لما ادخل على صفحة المجدل جد جد بحس حالي في بلدي أسأل الله عز وجل انه نرجع على البلاد ونعيش الاعياد ونعمرها بدين والحب والاخلاق وتحيه الى كل اهل المجدل والله يرزقكم الخير ويفرج همومكم ويحرسكم من كل شر السلام عليكم يا يا اهلي
بدر حميدان
الاردن _ الزرقاء _ حي معصوم
صحيح انا موليد 13 7 1983 13 7 نفس يوم الاحتلال للمجدل
السلام عليكم
Posted by نهى حميدان on OCTOBER-15-2008 #54795

السملام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته،،

تحية عطرة وبعد ،،

اود ان اتوجه بالشكر الجزيل الى جميع من عمل على بناء هذا الموقع حتى يتمكن جيلنا الجديد من معرفة اصله وفصله، كنت لا اعرف الكثير عن بلدي مجدل يافا- المجدل الصادق ولكن الآن استطيع ان اروي الكثير عنه بكل فخر وعزه وان يكون لي مكان انتمي له حتى بدون مشاهدته والعيش فيه ، جميل ان يعرف الأنسان اين ينتمي ويعتز به وادعو الله ان يكون الملتقى قريب حتى يكون لنا عزة وكرامة مثل باقي البشر .

نهى حميدان - الكويت
فلسطين مجدل يافا
Posted by ASEEL omar on OCTOBER-2-2008 #53564

سلام
يمكن اتعودنا يكون "مجدل يابا"بالنسبة النا اسم نحكيه لما يسألنا حد من وين؟؟
لأنا مابنعرف عنه غير قصص من ذاكرة سيدو
بس اكيد دايمافي بالقلب غصة لأنا وين ما كنا و شو ما كبرنا و شو ما صرنا بنحن لأصلنا و لأهلنا
حلو يجمعناموقع عالانترنت بعدمافرقناالقدر وانكتبلنا نعيش كل عيلة ببلد
Posted by meado on AUGUST-21-2008 #49805

we have to return back to our country our majadl
Posted by RAED_Ayyoub on JUNE-12-2008 #41739

Hi to All ...
Assalam Alaikom.

This is the first time I see this Site about Our Town. I really would like to thank everyone who made any effort to bring this issue to rise up.

I am RAED AYYOUB , Born in Zarka 1975 , Graduated from IRAQ in 1997 having a bachelor degree in Computer Science. I really would like to know each of you. I am proud to be here and honoured to write this publication. I was shocked when I saw all of these greate pictures about MAJDAL. Thank you all , Special Thanks for My Teacher Mr. Mohammad Khalid Omar.



Please keep in touch.
Posted by أحمد الصادق on JUNE-11-2008 #41661

بلادي وإن جرت عليا عزيزة ... وأهلي وإن ضنو عليا كرام
لا زلت أذكر تلك الأيام التي كان والدي وعمي رحمهماالله تعالى يشرحون لنا صدورنا وهم يتحدثون عن فلسطين عامة وأرضنا وبيتنا ومزارعنا المليئة بالحمضيات خاصة وعن أيام هدات البال والعيش الكريم
Posted by Nahid on MARCH-6-2008 #30750

Hi all,
Every one of us can imagine the great effort that was made in desiging and establishing this site by collecting the informations about every twon and village...thank u all
Posted by rami on MARCH-5-2008 #30675

السلام عليكم يا أخوة
مهما طالت السنين سنعود للأرض وأن لم نعد نحن فسيعود أولادنا فالرجاء أن لا تبخلوا على أبناءكم وأن تعلموهم عن حقوقهم المسلوبة دائما و أبدا
وأن لا يسكتوا عن حقهم أبدا وأن لا يرضوا بالظلم أبدا
حب الأوطان من الأيمان
فكيف أذا كان الحب... لأقدس بقاع الأرض ولقبلة المسلمين الأولى ولأرض الأنبياء ولمعراج الرسول الكريم محمد عليه الصلاة والسلام
مقوله سمعتها و أنا صغير ووضعتها شريان في جسدي يضخ حب فلسطين للقلب على طول الحياة

(( لن ترتاح جميع دول العالم وجميع شعوب العالم حتى تعود فلسطين لأصحابها ))

لذلك يجب أخراج زبالة البشر وحثالة المجتمعات (( اليهود )) من هذه الأرض المباركة

فالثبات الثبات يا من تعيشون في فلسطين
والثبات الثبات يا من تعيشون خارج فلسطين
Posted by Dr.Najat Samih Qaza on DECEMBER-23-2007 #25812

I was thrilled to find this website about my home land, I was born in Kuwait then moved to Abu Dhabi, I have never been to Palastine, but this has been always my dream, and looking at all these pictures has made me very happy to know how my home land looks like, thank you very much, I shared this with my family and they were very excited about it, again thank you very much.
Posted by MUNEERADAMRA on DECEMBER-1-2007 #24469

وطني لو شغلت بالخلد عنه نازعتني اليه في الخلد نفسي
Posted by Esam Hijazi on OCTOBER-27-2007 #22425

My name is Esam Mohammad Salem Mohammad Hijazi. My father has been born in Majdal Alsadiq in 1933, and forced to immigrate in 1948. He told me about the Mortar shelling, and he told me that they were asked to leave the village for around one week, and they never went back to it. I am here with you, standing to repeat: WE WILL NEVER FORGET OR RIGHTS, WE WILL NEVER GIVE UP, AND WE WILL BE BACK ONE DAY.
Posted by kessale on OCTOBER-26-2007 #22345

Dear Esam Elayyan,

According to a new book written by Mohamad Khaled Omar, the location of Elayyan family was in the northern part of Majdal Yaba, if you look at the village map, south west of El Sala area there is a triangular intersection of roads, Elayan used to live somewhere between the traingle and El Sala area. I shall upload a new map from that book which lists more families in shaa Allah soon,

Regards,

Khaled El Sala
Posted by Khaled El Sala on OCTOBER-22-2007 #22120

مؤلف كتاب "بلادنا فلسطين" مصطفى مراد الدباغ، الجزء الثاني القسم الثاني ص 490-500 عن قرية مردا من قرى نابلس وعند سرده عوائل القرية قال وأكبر عائلاتها آل الخفش ويدكرون أنهم حجازيون وأن جدهم وجد حمولة ( غازي ) في قرية جماعين المجاورة واحد وفي نفس المرجع ص 483 تكلم المؤلف عن حمولة غازي في جماعين وقال: ان ( قاسم الأحمد) يعود بأصله الى حمولة غازي في جماعين واحفاده يعرفون اليوم بنابلس باسم عائلة القاسم وقد قال لي شيوخ الحمولة (قول المؤلف) بأنهم يعودون بأصلهم الى (العلا) من الحجاز والعلا بلدة صغيرة تقوم على الطرف الجنوبي من وادي القرى نزلها الرسول عليه الصلاة والسلام في طريقه الى غزوة تبوك. وفي ص131 من تاريخ جبل نابلس والبلقاء-الجزء الأول- لاءحسان النمر ان أصل بني غازي من بني حسن في شرق الأردن وبنو حسن بطن من بني عدرة القحطانية.

منقول من منتدى القبائل اليمنيه
Posted by Khaled El Sala on OCTOBER-20-2007 #21991

غازي: بطن أصلة من بني حسن احدى قبائل شرقي الاردن، تفرع منه أسر كثيرة، منها: عثمان، مدينة، عوض، علي، قاسم، أبو عمر، وفارس وقد ساد هذا البطن في ناحية جماعين كلها، وظهر منهم فرعان كبيران بلغا درجة الامارة، وهما: آل القاسم الذين نزلوا فيما بعد في نابلس، وآل ريان الذين نزلوا في مجدل يابا. (تاريخ جبل نابلس لاحسان النمر ج 1 ص 131)
Posted by Khaled El Sala on OCTOBER-19-2007 #21967

Dear Saeed,

Welcome back to your home Majdal Yaba.

After doing some research I came up with the following info,

Only Sadiq & Rayan families belonged to Bani Ghazi Clan,

Muhammad al-Sadiq (Rayyan) ruled 25 villages of west Jammai'n in Jabal Nablus in 1850, Jabal Nablus administration was extended upto Salt and Ajloun in Jordan.

However, if you go to the biblical & archeological references you'll find out that the village was populated since the bronze ages. So it's unfair to say that all it's population originated from one area or on tribe

References
Rediscovering Palestine: Doumani, Beshara. Merchants and Peasants in Jabal Nablus, 1700-1900. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1995 1995.

Just make a search using google and you'll find more

Khaled El Sala
Posted by Khaled El Sala on OCTOBER-19-2007 #21932

Dear Saeed, Welcome back to your home Majdal Yaba. After doing some research I came up with the following info, Only Sadiq & Rayan families belonged to Bani Ghazi Clan, Muhammad al-Sadiq (Rayyan) ruled 25 villages of west Jammai'n in Jabal Nablus in 1850, Jabal Nablus administration was extended upto Salt and Ajloun in Jordan. However, if you go to the biblical & archeological references you'll find out that the village was populated since the bronze ages. So it's unfair to say that all it's population originated from one area or on tribe References Rediscovering Palestine: Doumani, Beshara. Merchants and Peasants in Jabal Nablus, 1700-1900. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1995 1995. Just make a search using google and you'll find more Khaled El Sala
Posted by Saeed Omar on SEPTEMBER-9-2007 #20123

Salam all,
i was googling my deceased friend name and landed on this website. and here i am for the past 18 hours reading every bit about my home village!
i knew nothing of it, but i knew at least that i belonged somewhere. the elders in my family always blabbered about the good old town back home before el nakbe, i never knew it can be as real.
i must confess it felt really great discovering all of this!! now i know that we descend from Al Ghazi Tribes that settled around the Majdel in the 1700s.

the question i want an answer for is, how can i trace the bani ghazi tribes? anyone knows where they came from?



cheers all
Saeed
saeedomar@eim.ae
Posted by othman amer humaidan on MAY-31-2007 #16474

we'll never forget our origin. . . never
Posted by sami alsadeq on APRIL-17-2007 #15059

this is my home town
Posted by Rana Al-Araj on MARCH-1-2007 #14189

Hi all

I m Rana Al-Araj , orignally from Majdal al Sadeq as we all prefer to call it , rather than (Majdal Yaba) . It is very thrilling to find documented inforamtion about our town on the internet. I was born in KSa but I have heard stories of the town and nakaba from Dad and grandparents. My dad was born there , he spent his life fighting for returning back to his home town. He has a famous saying he kept repaeting all his life that says "to him a garpege place in Majdal Al_sadeq worthes the whole world". He visited it in 1996 and cried alot.

I have never been there and the chance to see photos of the town is generated feelings very difficult to describ. Thanks to all those who are making this trmendous effeort so we wont forget our roots amd heritage
Posted by othman amer humaidan on FEBRUARY-5-2007 #13528

we hope the world will stand a day beside the palestinians
Posted by Elayyan on AUGUST-13-2006 #11341

al salam alaykom My name is ( Esam Daoud Ismae'el Mousa Elayyan) I was borne in KSA in 1980 I am know in amman my father said me that we are from majdal yaba my father (god bless his soul ) was borne in 1948 then his family leaves to tobas 1967 they left to amman 1996 my father went there as a visitor then he cried a lot can any body tell me about my family and there house on the map (any one knows my grand father or his father )
Posted by omer on OCTOBER-7-2005 #9710

Does someone know if Sheikh Hahmad Al Dajhani was a resident of Majdal Yaba?
Posted by abecato on APRIL-19-2005 #8687

Salam;

I am from Dier Al Ghuson, Tulkarm. I know that my great grand father moved from Majdal to Dier Al ghuson some times agoo, We do not exactly know when but roughly around the turn of the twentieth century. His name was Masud Hasan Ayesh. My decessed Uncle told me that, he at one time had contact with the Ayesh clan before the nakba, but now there are no contact and none of us know about the Ayesh family. If any one has any information about the Ayesh family, please passon to me.

Thanks
Posted by Khaled El Sala on NOVEMBER-23-2004 #7888

Dear Itai Horwitz,

I am from Majdal Yaba, Majdal Sadeq as we like to call it, or Migdal Tsedek (Tzedek, Zedek) as others like to call it. My parents and grandparents are still very much alive and kicking. We all look forward to the day we will be back there.

My father used to tell me many stories about Ras Al-Ain. My step grandfather was working in Mulabbas on the road between Majdal Yaba and Ras Al-Ain, his employer was a jew.

My father's uncle recalls when a small british military plane crashed near his field next to Ras Al-Ain, and how he tried to rescue the pilot in vein.

My grandfather was working in the quarries of Majdal Yaba before he was fired on 1936 at the Histadrut's insistence by a jewish employer read more about it at: http://www.marxist.com/MiddleEast/arab_jewish_struggles2.html

Jewish poets wrote about this area, check this :
http://www.ithl.org.il/amichai/poem4.html

And jewish environmentalists : http://www.hansonplc.com/managed_content/sub_sites/env_reports/2001/case_study4.htm

There was a rail station that my father and his friends were playing around it, and they were swimming at the Auja (Yarkon) rever.

As an architect & a guitarist, I assume that you would be more interested in landscape & archealogy of the place rather than politics. You can visit Majdal Yaba's site where you can find few links there http://www.palestineremembered.com/al-Ramla/Majdal-Yaba/index.html

You can make a search over the internet using the keywords mentioned herein, you will find many references like this one: http://www.bibleplaces.com/aphek.htm


Or you can contact one of the elders who knew the place like Prof. Ruth Enis http://www.ccrs.technion.ac.il/cv/Enis_cv1.htm but finding Arabs near you who would cooperate with you would be very difficult those days.

I would apprecaite it if you can send me the map with Arabic names you mentioned in your contribution.

All the best in your study


Khaled
Posted by Itai on NOVEMBER-18-2004 #7864

Hello!
I write this with some anxiety- some might think it not proper for an Israeli to write here. But I hope that you read on and you will see that I am respectful to your feelings, and maybe I can even be of some assistance.
I am a graduate student, and my thesis deals with the town of Rosh Ha؟ayin. It is near Ras El Ein, between the destroyed village of Majdal Yaba and the existing Kafr Kasem. In my thesis I want to explore the identity of the place, it؟s everyday stories and character- from all periods and all populations. I hope to give evidence to the story of the place, even including the British soldiers that were in an army base there 1941-1948. So the Palestinian stories also interest me, in very specific location of the present town, a bit to the north of Majdal Yaba.
I am looking for memories and information of these places. They probably belonged to people from Majdal Yaba.
I have a map from 1929 that has names in Arabic (written in English) that I could e-mail to anyone that think they might know something, or have a member of the family to ask. If anyone knows of people from Majdal Yaba living in Israel (maybe in Kafr Kasem) I can try to ask them.

May we all have peace and comfort for our sorrows,
Itai Horwitz, Tel Aviv
Posted by ahmad on SEPTEMBER-4-2004 #7465

والدي شرد من هناك(مجدل الصادق) عام 1948
شكرا للقائمين على هذا الموقع
Posted by husasam on AUGUST-11-2004 #7243

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
هذي فرصة طيبة جدا ان يرى الشخص بعض الصور والملامح عن بلدته الصغيرة التي لم يراها في حياته واظن ان هذا الشعور لايشعر به الا الفلسطينين وهذه فرصة طيبة ان اشكر القائمين على هذا الموقع على مجهوداتهم الطيبة شاكرين ومقدرين ولا نقول الا حسبنا الله وعم الوكيل
سنرجع يوما خبرني الزيتون
Posted by Khaled El Sala on MAY-4-2004 #6542

Salam again ya Majdalaweeh

Forgot to tell you that my late grandmother from my fathers' side is of Omar Family

Khadija Baker Omar, so Omar family are my uncles

Salam
Posted by Raed Al Sila' on MAY-4-2004 #6541

Assalamo Alaikom

I will right in English cause every PC can read it. but i am not broud of this.

Thanks to everybody , clearly a great job and efforts been made to make this site a real thing.
My name is Raed Essale (رائد السلع ) , I am one of many Palestinians born away from our home country and never had the chance to be there.
It feels great to find a community from Majdal Al Sadeq, let everyone work to make it grow bigger and bigger.

Please invite everybody you know form our Palestine, and let them tell their stories.

Do not forget our dream, all of us have the right of return to our home land AND to get compensation for the years of suffering away from home.
Remember: Return AND Compensation, no one should accept return OR compensation whenever you have the chance to decide. ( حق العوده و التعويض و ليس حق العوده أو التعويض )

Finally , May Allah protect our brave people inside palestine fighting against the Israeli occupation

Say NO for giving away our rights

Raed
Posted by Khaled El Sala on MAY-3-2004 #6538

Dear All

My name is Khaled Husein Matar ElSala' We are from El Sala' Family (السلع)

I was born in Khobar, Saudi Arabia in 1968. My elder brother Wahid, and Sister Nahed where also born in Saudi. Raed, Rima, Noor & Mohammed were all born in Jordan.

It has been quite a long time since I dreamed of having a project like this, in fact, I did a good research, and found out a few resources which talked about Majdal Yaba, or "Migdal Tzedek" as it's sometimes named now. Just do a search using googles, change some vowels, and you will get pleanty of information "Megdal, Migdal, Mijdal, Majdal" "Sadeq, Sadik, Tsadik, Tzadik" .... etc.

Al Hamdu Li Allah, at last I found this site.

I shall add to it the pictures & whatever I was able to gather in Shaa Allah ta3ala.

By the way, Aal Omar and AlSala Families are very much related to each other, and Omar Saeed Omar is one of them.

Omar's great grand mother Sarah was marreid to my great grand father, Yousef. Moreover, His eldest two sisters are married to Subhi & Jihad Sala, So we are close relatives.

I hope that this site can also introduce a facility to put the family tree of each clan just like ancestry.com

Don't hesitate to write me back,

All the best

Khaled
Posted by Haneen on DECEMBER-14-2003 #5295

I think it's so awesome that one can find information on their roots from the internet! I still have family in palestine and jordan, but nobody knows much about where we're from! We also don't have many relatives (at least not many that I know)
If anyone knows anything about the Omar family or their history, I would love to hear from you. Salam
Posted by Laila Alabidi on OCTOBER-15-2003 #4998

In these dark days, when the plight of the palestinian refugees is sinking deeper and deeper into the hole that is the 'Road Map', I think sites like these at least help us involved keep in touch and realise that no matter what others may say, condone, and no matter what papers they sign, as long as we believe that we may return, and unite together, I am sure that bi2ithin Allah we will.

best wishes and luck to all.
Posted by Sameer Rayyan on DECEMBER-23-2002 #3542

Salamo 3alaikom,
I would have prefered to write in arabic if my keyboard supports arabic language, since I am proud to be an Arab, specifically Palestinian Arab, whether from Majdal Yaba or any other spot in Palestine, since all of us are under the same cloud.

I am very pleased to see some members of our family trying to reunite, and on the same time, i still have that grim face that all of us try to hide most of the time, rising from the fact that we, Palestinians, have only 2 images in the eyes of the beholder, wherever we go, one is of a Terrorist wearing a Kiffeyeh & holding a Klachinkov, and the other is of a pathetic pitifull refugee seeking for a new house and identity.. despite the fact that everyone knows that Palestinians are "Qawmon Jabbar", be 3awn Allah ta3ala, and shall have their homeland be ethnehe ta3ala.
I hope that we'll live up to the moment when all of us reunite under Palestinian skies Insha Allah, as it once was.
And i'll be more than happy to get in contact with all of our family members, to speak about whatsoever related to our lands in Palestine.

Akhookom,
S. Rayyan
Posted by Emad Rayan on JUNE-5-2002 #2137

I do not know where to start or what to say .Very proud to say I am from Majdal Al-Sadiq.
I would like to be in touch with any one that would like to chat about our homeland especially Majdal Al-Sadiq.
Thanks to all very much and I hope to see more and more pictures of this wonderful place .
One day we will go back and build that beautiful country of ours.

Emad Rayan
USA
Posted by AMIRA on MAY-19-2002 #1997

i am very porud to find this site , i am oraginally from majdal yaba born in jordan , thanks to you this is the first time in my life i ever seen a pic. or information about my home town that made me very happy and poroud of all the effort you put to it , i would like to be in touch with any one from my home town, thanks very much and i hope to see more and more pics. of this wonderful place .
Posted by قتادة ضمرة on APRIL-26-2002 #1804

إلى كل مسلم من قريتي سلام عليكم من الله و رحمة منه و بركات سنعود إنشاء الله
Posted by AYMAN MUSTAFA SADEQ on APRIL-22-2002 #1764

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Posted by Omar Omar on MARCH-27-2002 #1520

Dear Afif... Salam,

We are glad and honored to access this site, and wish you all the best and progress in your activities.

We are Jordanians now, born in Amman 1964,
Full name: Omar Said Mohammad Youssef Omar
Mother's side: Abid Daoud Mahmoud-Saleh

Hope to hear from you soon,

Omar,
Posted by AFIF OMAR on JUNE-18-2001 #367

My name is Afif Omar originally from Majdal al-Sadiq and I would like to correspond to any person from my town. Please be free to email me at Afif_Omar@Yahoo.com.
Salamat