Customary Strangers: New Perspectives on Peripatetic Peoples in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia

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The hookah bars in tourist-frequented cafes in the Ghouta region is dominated by Turkmen waiters. In the 16th-century, towards the end of Mamluk rule in Syria, the revenues of Deir al-Asafir were part of milk private property previously part of a fief , a quarter of which was owned by Jan Sevar bin Abdullah, a slave girl of the Mamluk Yilbay.

The Nawar of Deir al-Asafir were headed by the al-Tahir family who served as mukhtars for the community. Between the s and the mukhtar of the Nawar was Abu Jamil al-Tahir died who was succeeded by his son Jamil al-Tahir. The land where the cooperative operated was expropriated from lands owned by local landlords.

Because he was not tied to the traditional power structure i. The Syrian government granted Ali Jamil leadership over local security and allocated 75 rifles and other weapons to his control.


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