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Jamila Jad - Beirut, Lebanon - Arabic (Global Lives Project, 2009) ~11:45:04 - 12:00:04

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♪Oh land of our fathers...Freedom fighter, freedom fighter ♪Freedom fighter...Oh people, Oh eternal people ♪With my determination, my fire and the volcano of my revenge ♪With the longing in my blood for my land and my home ♪I have climbed the mountains and fought the struggle. ♪I have conquered the impossible and broken the shackles ♪I have climbed the mountains and fought the struggle. ♪I have conquered the impossible and broken the shackles ♪Freedom fighter, freedom fighter ♪Freedom fighter...Oh land, oh land of our fathers. ♪Freedom fighter, freedom fighter ♪Freedom fighter...Oh people, Oh eternal people ♪With my determination, my fire and the volcano of my revenge ♪With the longing in my blood for my land and my home ♪I have climbed the mountains and fought the struggle. ♪I have conquered the impossible and broken the shackles ♪I have climbed the mountains and fought the struggle. ♪I have conquered the impossible and broken the shackles ♪Freedom fighter, freedom fighter ♪Freedom fighter...Oh land, oh land of our fathers. ♪Freedom fighter, freedom fighter ♪Freedom fighter...Oh people, Oh eternal people At ease. We have said only the first part of it this time... Because we want to memorize it, ok? -Um, do you all know "Son of the Brave" by heart? -Yes, yes. -Come on. -One moment, -I am the son of... -Wait until we count, Fatima. Wait until we count. -Let's go, one...-Come on. Come here. -Two, quickly, three... ♪I am the son of the brave. I am the son of life. ♪I'm the son of the martyr, the grandson ♪I call on my country and I promise my country ♪I will eliminate the enemies and all the tyrants ♪I will eliminate the enemies and all the tyrants ♪I will grow bigger and my weapons will grow ♪And one day I will watch over the wounded ♪And my voice will rise and I will get down on the ground ♪It will rise with my blood, Palestine is my blood ♪And I will scream to make life ♪And I will scream to make life ♪I am the son of the brave. I am the son of life. ♪I'm the son of the martyr, the grandson ♪I call on my country and I promise my country ♪I will eliminate the enemies and all the tyrants ♪I will eliminate the enemies and all the tyrants ♪I will scream "Onwards" with a deep voice ♪To Jerusalem, a pure land ♪I was born to live and for the flowers to live ♪I was born to live and for the flowers to live ♪I was a freedom fighter and this is my blood ♪And I will scream to make life...And I will scream to make life ♪And I will scream to make life Let's clap a scout clap! Scouts! Scouts! Scouts, scouts! Today we are going to play a game. Every word that will be said today, every, every word. Every word, seriously... Every word...Open your eyes and your ears because at the end of the day there is a competition. There are prizes. Every little thing that we learn today... or that we come across today or even before today, there will be a question about it. Deal? So all these things... There will be questions about them and each person who knows the answer... Now at the end of the day we will distribute numbers and the person whose number is called will stand up and answer. If he knows, he will get a prize. If he doesn't know, we will tell him better luck next time. Why are the lines like this, scouts? Yes, like that, don't press on it. Please teacher... Men, where are you? Come on. Show me! Since we are already standing, we will practice once again. But since we are standing like this, now. We will practice. Today we have a march at six thirty. -At six or six thirty? -Six -At six o'clock. We will bring, of course...What? -Six in the evening? -Six would be late afternoon. But we will stay until evening because there will be a 'candles march.' We will go around during the march, are we listening? Isn't the teacher speaking? Go ahead. -When she's finished. -Ok, enough. -No, Fatima. No, Fatima, that's not the way we give a remark. -One moment, my dear. -When she's finished. -We will talk some more. -Fatima, move to the back. -Will we go with the scouts, teacher? -At six o'clock, whoever wants to go... -Who wants to come and participate? -Me, me -No, we all have to participate. -Ok, one moment, one moment. -Who wants to tell me why we are participating in this march? -Because of Al-Huda Feast. -Because of the Nakba. -You be quiet. -Because of the Nakba. -How should I know? -Ok the Nakba. Now we will talk in detail about the Nakba. But today, since we will be walking in a scouts march... -How should we walk in the march? -A scout's march. -Do the scouts walk like other people. Like this? -No. -Like this? -Like I am saying... The scout does not walk like other people. How does the scout walk? -Who knows how he walks? -Me, me! -What is the name of this walk? -Fatima, please. -Raise your hand. -Ok, you raise your hand and when we tell you. -Didn't I tell you? Who says...We are not in the army. Who can say what is the name of this march? -The soldier. -No, soldiers walk slightly differently. -The scout. -What kind of a walk? -Scout's march. -The scout's march. -Fine, and this scout's march requires... That we stand up straight and our back is straight. But not the...Teacher, can I ask a question? We come to the center at six o'clock so that we can put on our scout uniforms? We will talk about that downstairs. Let's practice the scout's march a bit. -Come on, the first thing in the scout's march, when we are not holding anything in our hands...Focus on every word, what am I saying? Every word. When we are not carrying anything in our hands, we place our hands here. -Right, here. -Like this. -We put our hands where? -Here -When we are not carrying anything. Ok. And when are carrying something? What do we do? -We put them...-If we are carrying a flag, ok. But if we are carrying a candle? -We put them...-One hand here and one hand here. Bravo. So the empty hand or the two empty hands... -I am telling you this is not polite. -What is not polite? No. It is not impolite. I was ashamed to say that. You were ashamed of saying it because it was impolite? No it is not impolite. We are not putting our hands on anything. We are putting our hands on our pants. Understand? Our hands on the edge of the pants. Firmly. Yes, come on. We will start with the left. One, two, three, four. One, two, three, four. One, two, three, four. -One, two, three, four. -But we do not count out loud, right? -In our head, like the teacher said. -Ok. we will say... One, two, three, Palestine! -Right, Palestine. -In our head. -One, two, three, Palestine! So today we will always... No one count out loud. I just want to hear the word "Palestine"! -Too much. -No, for what? -Come on. -When I say "One, two, three" we will start. -Do you want to come over now? -One, two, three, Palestine! -We will stand at the back. -One, two, three, Palestine! -Ok. -Let's repeat. -What time is it? -We will repeat. -Yes, he left at three o'clock. -Come on. Palestine! Palestine! Palestine! Palestine! -Palestine!...-Stomp your foot once. Palestine! Palestine! Palestine! Palestine! Palestine! Palestine! Palestine...Palestine...Palestine Palestine...Palestine...Palestine When you hear the leader say... When you hear the leader say...Listen to me! When you hear the leader say 'last time'... -What 'last time' mean? -It means I should be ready...Bravo. I will say give me a "Palestine." It will be the last time I say "Palestine" and then I'll stop. Okay? -So I'll say "One, two" and when I say "last time" I have to stop. Teacher, then we would have to say "One, two..." We will say it and the last time we will raise our voice. I say "One, two, three" in my head. One, two, three. Palestine...Palestine Teacher, Sarah is counting eight, nine, ten. -Nine, ten. -It's "seven, eight." -Go away. -Leave me two. -Take them. -Come here. -It was supposed the opposite. No, it does not matter. To get back to what we were talking about...Today, our group... Talk to the scouts. No, it's ok. Please stay here with them. -We want to make...-Before they come...-Out of respect, Jamila, for all the names, I will get out the notebook. The name I call out, I know his house. We expect that he will tell his parents he is to come here at six to participate in the march. The march to revive the memory of the Nakba. -They will come here so we can see them. -Yes. I know their names. I know who comes to the activities and who is absent. -Yes. -Here, I will go down to get the notebook. Yes, but I need to leave someone in charge. Information about... In Palestine and another group...I will make up a sheet... Everyone will write for me slogans regarding Palestine. Agreed? Ok? Now you will come with me. So we can prepare some papers for drawing. Please come with me. Hurry up. Leave that for me, please. Bring it here to me. Spread it out. Give me the board... Spread it out. Help me. I told you to help me. I cannot work like this. -Teacher, teacher -No! It's ok, it's ok. Leave it, it's ok. -Open it, open it. -Open it, open it. It's ok my dear. Fine, as you wish. As you wish. Group, we will start drawing here. Pen, pen...pen, pen, pen... Pen, pen...I will draw. Jamila, you will sit with this....You're with Mustafa in the drawing project. -Something about the palestinian Nakba. -Slogans, etc...

Video Details

Duration: 14 minutes and 44 seconds
Country: Lebanon
Language: Arabic
Producer: GLP- Lebanon
Director: Irene Herrera, Ron Carr
Views: 134
Posted by: glplebanon on Jun 30, 2009

Jamila at the center.

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