Nasser-Jaar

Beit Jala 1956 – Family of martyr FARID ELIAS ABU-MOHOR

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.10.2007:


Beit Jala 1956 - Family of martyr FARID ELIAS ABU-MOHOR (1917-1956)[37) dressed in black, grieving for the loss of a beloved young husband and father.Wife Jamileh in the centre, with children Rita, Riyad, Raja'ee, Rose, Ra'eef and Rifqi. FARID was a Sargent in the Jordanian Police Force and was kille(...)

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Beit Jala 1962 – SABAT ABU-MOHOR with her children

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 17.10.2007:


Beit Jala 1962 - SABAT ABU-MOHOR, daughter of Maryam Elias Abu-Mohor who was the Head and Chief Midwife of the Beit-Jala Clinic. SABAT married YA'QOOB JABRA ABU-MOHOR and had 5 children: Samir, Samia, Souhail, Issa, and Anton (vowed and named after St. Anthony). Original Content Creator: Fayez (Frank) Nass(...)

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NAMES OF THE FAMILIES OF BEIT JALA

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 14.10.2007:

The inhabitants of Beit Jala were, since ancient times, and still are, divided into 5 clans (Harat).

Each clan (Hara) consists of a group of families, some of which are original inhabitants and others who chose to join a particular clan. The voting or electoral rolls of Beit Jala are grouped accordingly up to present times.

Many variations in spelling of a particular same name a(...)

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NAMES OF THE FAMILIES OF BETHLEHEM

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 14.10.2007:

The inhabitants of Bethlehem were, since ancient times, and still are, divided into 8 clans (Harat).

Each clan (Hara) consists of a group of families, some of which are original inhabitants and others who chose to join a particular clan. The voting or electoral rolls of Bethlehem are grouped accordingly up to present times.

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The Arabic Alphabet – difficult to translate !

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 14.10.2007:


For the benefit of people of Palestinian origin that are living in non-Arab countries, especially those who were born in foreign lands and do not speak, read or write the Arabic language.Some of the reasons why Arabic names are spelled differently when translated, transliterated or transcribed into other(...)

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Bethlehem 1850’s – Wedding in Manger Square

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 13.10.2007:


Bethlehem 1850's At a wedding in Manger Square, the guests dressed up in the usual Turkish fez (tarboosh) for the men, and a Thob & Shatweh for the women. After the wedding at the Church, the guests were invited to continue the celebrations which lasted several days. The cemetery on the left had been (...)

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Bethlehem 1900’s – Young bedouins

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 13.10.2007:


Bethlehem 1900's - Young bedouins from the suburbs attending Market Day in Bethlehem Original Content Creator: Fayez (Frank) Nasser

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Bethlehem 1953-1954 – Students at Terra Sancta School (2 of 2)

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 13.10.2007:


Bethlehem 1953-1954 If you or your friends (or perhaps your father) attended Terra Sancta School in Bethlehem in the early 1950's, and your teacher was Hanna Musallam, you may be among the many students appearing in this photo, taken at the end of the scholastic year. Original Content Creator: Fayez (Frank(...)

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Bethlehem 1953-1954 – Students of Terra Sancta School (1 of 2)

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 13.10.2007:


Bethlehem 1953-1954 If you or your friends (or perhaps your father) attended Terra Sancta School in Bethlehem in the early 1950's, and your teacher was Hanna Musallam, you may be among the many students appearing in this photo, taken at the end of the scholastic year. Original Content Creator: Fayez (Fran(...)

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JORGE YACAMAN MARCOS & FAMILY 1930’s

Contributed by Fayez (Frank) Nasser on 11.10.2007:


The original entry as submitted, is now repaired and enhanced by Fayez (Frank) Nasser of Toronto, Canada, to show how old family photos can be repaired and preserved for future generations. This free service is available at no cost, to encourage submissions to the Palestine-Family.net website.Submitt(...)

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