Palestinian Poet reunited with her Israeli-imprisoned daughter during a TV interview

This video shows a Palestinian poet who had given up her daughter for dead after the daughter was captured by the Israeli forces. The poet while being interviewed is asked to unsuspectingly watch a video of her daughter arrive at the UAE airport and then they had the daughter walk into the studio. The poet goes hysterical with happiness and surprise. It doesn’t really need any translation because most of it is unintelligible screaming. Imagine believing a loved one is dead and then seeing them. Very emotional.

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4 responses to “Palestinian Poet reunited with her Israeli-imprisoned daughter during a TV interview

  1. laila

    The mother’s reaction looks very suspicious, it was just screaming rather than real tears. Did not make any eye contact with her daughter or look into her face. Looks staged for some reason.

  2. Ok I cried.. I didn’t understand a single thing but the emotion. I didn’t think it looked staged at all.. is it related to an Arab womans physical display of emotion vs that of say another culture?

    Make sense?? :)

  3. The video is not of a good enough resolution to discern tears, but the general hysteria says it all. Subhanallah. I’ve watch it several times now, and it is amazes me every time. Alhamdulillahi Rabbil ‘alameen.

  4. Salâm,

    بارك الله فيك أختي الفاضلة على هذا المقطع و قد أبكاني. فلا شك أن حب الأم حب صحيح و هذه الصور المؤثرة تبين ذلك جيدا.
    فأشكرك جزيل الشكر.

    و الحمد لله رب العالمين.
    أستغفر الله

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