Palestinian proverbs and popular rule

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Elaboration: Haya Abd El , Qader Al , Sharafi

The proverbs and popular wisdom are a mirror that reflects the philosophy of the people and their civilization and is one of the most common elements of folklore. It helps in consolidating and disseminating values and carries with it ideals that man seeks to achieve.

 

*Among the proverbs and popular Palestinian wisdom:

 

Friendship, for example, has a great role in the life of society and there are a set of proverbs that call for this value:

(Look for the companion before the road)

 

(Friend in distress)

 

Popular proverbs also work to root the good and fight evil and evil, including:

 

(Stay away from evil and sing for it)

(Good with good, the one who starts is more generous, the evil with the evil, and the one who starts is darker)

 

There are also proverbs associated with habits such as:

 

(No peace on food)

 

( wear red brown and laugh at it)

This proverb indicates that people usually refuse to see brown people wearing red clothes.

 

There are also proverbs associated with beliefs such as:

 

(Good, bird)

It refers to optimism in the bird.

 

(If the pregnancy is separated, it will be pickpocketed)

A reference to the cooperation between members of the tribe or cargo in the desert.

There are proverbs and popular Palestinian wisdom that highlight moral values and ideals, such as:

(If the speech is of silver, silence is of gold)

 

(Ask about the neighbor before the house)

 

(Laughing for no reason from lack of manners)

 

(Ask a tester and don’t ask a wise)

 

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There are proverbs and popular Palestinian proverbs that express the culture of the people, and the information provided by the proverb may be geographical, such as:

( hide your coals for the adults of your Uncle March)

 

The information may be as valid as the proverb says:

(Eat and stretch two oaths and dine and walk even two steps)

(The last cauterizing medicine)

 

The information may be medical such as:

(Summer Cold Sun of the Sword)

 

( it is not good except after smallpox and age only after measles)

 

Information may be industrial, such as the proverb:

(Like blacksmith without coal)

 

The information may be agricultural, such as the proverb:

( he is coming to sell boiling to the people of Silwan)

 

Information may be legitimate, such as the proverb:

(The neighbor is the first by pre-emption)

 

It may be religious, such as the proverb:

(O patience of Job)

 

The information may be educational such as:

(The stick is for whom the stick)

 

(Your son when he is young, raise him and when he grows up empty)

 

Information may be social such as:

(Uncle is abandoning and Uncle Metwally)

 

Information may be historical, such as:

(After the destruction of Basra)

 

It may be musical such as:

(Zad in the tune of a melody)

 

(They said to the camel Zumar said: No exact lip and no fingers parted)

 

The information may be related to zoology, such as the proverb:

(Put the dog’s guilt in the mold for forty years, it turned out to be crooked)

 

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The information may be folklore, such as the proverb that says:

(The son of the story grows up an hour)

 

Among the proverbs and popular wisdom are what refers to popular biographies, such as the proverb that says:

(The reputation of Abu Zayd and the deed of Diab bin Ghanem)

 

Some of them express the connection of the proverb with the story and the rare, such as:

(The clothes are two pounds, the meat is two pounds, and the shrewd one got us from where)

 

(He is the innocent of the wolf from the blood of the son of Jacob)

 

(Between Hanna and Mana the pub is lost)

 

There are proverbs about withstanding enemy attacks in historical eras, such as:

(If Acre was afraid of the roar of the sea, it would not have stood on the beach)

 

There are proverbs that express the attachment of the Palestinian to his country, such as:

( from the mud of your country put on your pillows)

 

( the weed of our country or the wheat of the stranger)

 

There are proverbs that express the cooperation and harmony that prevail in the community, such as:

(Put your head among the Russians and say, O sector of the Russians)

 

There are proverbs and popular Palestinian wisdom that refer to the suffering of the Palestinian people recorded in history, such as:

 

(Gargash rule)

( two more is enough three)

( the oil exhaust night made dumplings)

( the ones who exhaust the flour made a pie)

 

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There are proverbs that indicate the sweeping famines during the Ottoman rule, such as:

 

(He who eats from the Sultan’s bread shall be beaten with his sword)

(Sheikh Sheikh’s dog)

(Whoever doesn’t come with you, come with him)

(Dunia with the Stander)

 

(The eye is not above the eyebrow)

 

(I am the first to obey and the last to disobey)

 

There are popular proverbs that refer to the suffering of the Palestinian people from the multiplicity of leaders, such as:

( the onions are all Russian)

 

There are proverbs that respect successful people in their work, such as:

(accompany the seven even if he authorizes you)

 

Follow the proverbs and the rule of Palestinian people

 

There are proverbs that denounce the unjust sultan, such as:

(Abu Tabzia is a judge in the wilderness)

 

There are proverbs that are devoted to adhering to certain civilized values, such as:

( livelihood Bedouins jumping)

 

There are proverbs that praise work and denounce unemployment, such as:

(What God has is not lost)

 

There is a proverb that states that a true Muslim loves for his brother what he loves for himself, such as:

(He who loves himself is hated by people)

 

There are proverbs that call for economic principles such as:

(Thyme and oil are the pillar of the house)

 

There are proverbs that indicate the importance of authenticity in a girl, such as the proverb that says:

 

(To what her cheeks spend, her grandfathers spend it)

(Authentic cheek, even on the mat)

(The medicine of the jar on her mouth shows the daughter to her mother)

 

There are proverbs related to the marriage of women, such as:

(The one who doesn’t want to marry his daughter boils her dowry)

 

There are proverbs and Palestinian popular wisdom that contain the symbol, whether clear or hidden, such as:

(Son of Adam is black head)

 

There are proverbs related to land, trees and planting, such as:

(In August, cut the harvest and do not be afraid)

 

( bring your goat by bringing you Tom)

 

( many times a sheep preceded his mother on the slaughterhouse)

 

There are proverbs related to industry and crafts such as:

(The one who has the craft of the owner of a castle)

 

(He who doesn’t hate, O his fire)

 

( going and coming like a shuttle)

 

There are Palestinian proverbs and wisdom expressed in a Christian environment, such as:

(The monks’ cunning overcomes the women’s cunning)

 

(Work on Sunday and Eid and do not need your happy brother)

 

In the Yordon region like says:

( cool oil and the wall scraper) and the same proverb is repeated in Hebron (Cool raisins and the Wall Scraper)

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