Interview with Juan Talamas and Orfelinda Charur: emigrating to Mexico, wedding traditions and Gaza, 26 January 2009
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This audio file has been donated by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.
In this audio file Juan Talamas and Orfelinda Charur are interviewed by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny, Katrina Sa'ade's granddaughter and the donor of the project, in January 2009. They talk about moving from Bethlehem to Mexico, the things they did to be a part of the Mexican community there, wedding traditions in Bethlehem and the situation in Gaza. Natalia Garcia translates.
The audio exist as part of the Oral History collection within the Katrina Sa'ade project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.