Dedicated to my husband and son, Zecharia and Benyamin David
What did they let you do when you were little?
My mother taught me straw weaving. For a living, I would weave and my husband was a blacksmith.
We sold our products to non-Jews. The Jews worked with leather and my father was a shoemaker.
The relationship with the non-Jews was good. They would give us milk and cheese. The Jews had no lands, only the Arabs did. They said that the lands belong only to the Arabs.