A podcast concerned with documenting oral folk memory and practices of consciousness transferred since ancient times, for several places and rituals that have importance and sanctity in the city of Hebron. The narrative and its cultural components were relied upon according to the foundations of myths and beliefs, and the civilization and narration that was produced that was passed down through generations to narrations of events that have already taken place. And about the relationship of the city's residents with the places and the memories left of them. The shape of the places, the rituals, and their importance were reconstructed through the sound and the narration of the characters and their imaginations, the direction of the place in an attempt to restore the history of the city.
The first episode: In the alleys of the Old City of Hebron, we will hear about "Mabrouka" and the magic of the place between darkness and light.
The second episode: The sound of songs has become over time documenting stories that happened decades ago in the city of Hebron, and they would have been forgotten if the women's voice and their songs had not conveyed them.
The third episode: More than 50 years ago, “The Long Friday” was the end of the celebrations and rituals for the winter and spring seasons that tell us a lot about our relationship with our land.