Ibrahim Muhammad Abu Arab
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Ibrahim Muhammad Abu Arab (Arabic: إبراهيم محمد صالح; 1931, Nazareth - March 3, 2014, Homs) was a Palestinian poet. -Shecera was born in the village. After the occupation of the village by the invaders, first Kefer Kana, then moved to Arrabetu'l-Butuf. After staying there for two months, he emigrated to Lebanon and then to Syria. The poet's father, Abu Arab, was killed in 1948 by Zionist groups who had invaded Palestine. In 1982, the son was killed by Israeli forces during the occupation of Lebanon. As a child, he witnessed the Palestinian Revolution against the British occupation and Jewish emigration. He was known as Abu Arab, the Poet of the Palestinian Revolution, and the Poet of the Palestinian Camp. He died on March 3, 2014 in Homs.