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By Kimberly Katz, Salim Tamari
Writing in his overdue children and early twenties, Sami'Amr gave his diary an apt subtitle: "The conflict of Life", encapsulating either the political weather of Palestine within the waning years of the British Mandate in addition to the contrasting joys and issues of kinfolk existence. Now translated from the Arabic, Sami's diary represents a unprecedented artefact of turbulent switch within the heart East. Written over 4 years, those ruminations of a tender guy from Hebron brim with revelations approximately lifestyle opposed to a backdrop of super transition. Describing the general public and the personal, the trendy and the conventional, Sami muses on relationships, his station in lifestyles, and different common studies whereas sharing various information about a pivotal second in Palestine's glossy heritage. Making those never-before-published reflections on hand in translation, Kimberly Katz additionally presents illuminating context for Sami's phrases, laying out biographical information of Sami, who saved his diary inner most for on the subject of sixty years. one in every of a constrained variety of Palestinian diaries to be had to English-language readers, the diary of Sami'Amr bridges major chasms in our figuring out of center jap, and especially Palestinian, background.
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Wid- owed with young children, Sāmī’s mother, it seems, relied on her brother, 11. ” His work is a family history that includes ethnography, geography, genealogy, and family customs as well as family participation in the nationalist activities of the modern period. 12. Dabbāgh, Bilādunā filasṭīn, 189. Tim Mackintosh-Smith discusses Qaḥṭān, the legendary ancestor of the Qaḥṭānīyya, the South Arabians, in his travel narrative, Yemen: The Unknown Arabia. Some family members mentioned to me that they believed that the family came originally from the Arabian Peninsula, although they did not specify where in the peninsula.
Morris, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited. History and Historiography of the Diary | nomic change. When he was four and five years old, the Arabs of Palestine sought the support of the British to prevent Jews from buying the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem or changing the centuries-old status of Jewish rights at the wall, a site Muslims also consider holy. The incident began small in September 1928 when Jewish worshippers brought items for prayer to the Wailing Wall that Muslims deemed to exceed the norm established during the Ottoman period.
Sāmī’s father, Saʿīd ibn Yaḥyā, worked as a tax collector for the Ottoman government. 7 Many of the extended family had come to live in the city, but they maintained strong ties to Dūra, just as many of their fellow Palestinians who made the shift to urban life retained connections with the villages of their forebears. Upon the arrival of Islam in Palestine in the seventh century, Hebron was a modest village whose district association varied with the change of its rulers 6. This came up during conversations with family members in Hebron in December 2005.
A Young Palestinian's Diary, 1941-1945: The Life of Sami 'Amr (Jamal and Rania Daniel Series in Contemporary History, Politics, Culture, and Religion of the Levant) by Kimberly Katz, Salim Tamari