Jeddah .. “Abu Al-Jadayel” tells the story of Al-Munadi traveling in the last century before noon

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He used to say: O people of the country, Babur, in the middle of it, is a Khedive named Taif, when he arrived by ball from Suez


The researcher and interested in the history of Jeddah, Khaled Salah Abu Al-Jadaiel described the call as an old media means that people resorted to in Islamic times and is the only and main media means in the city of Jeddah before the emergence of various means of communication and communication, and even added that a market in Jeddah was known as the call market, which is currently the dew market within Mahalla Al-Sham branched from Qabil Street.

In the details, Abu Al-Jadayel said, pilgrims and travelers were meeting in that area, waiting for the call from Jeddah port officials to prepare to travel through the ships, according to their destination, as is the case today in stations, or land, sea and air travel halls.

The caller is known as the person who is distinguished by his strong voice who arrives to be heard clearly and appointed by the concerned authorities in the state or from commercial companies such as steamship companies to perform the task of either informing people about some government orders or news of interest to residents of the city of Jeddah, especially travelers or merchants and showed that these The profession lasted until about the early 1990s.

He explained that the British company “Galatelli Hinke”, which had a branch in the city of Jeddah, appointed the famous caller of his time, a friend of Sadiq Al-Halawani, calling for it to announce the dates of the ships arriving at or leaving Jeddah, as it was contracted by Beit Zainal & Co. and Fadel Arab and Partners to perform the same task. .

Call method

Abu Al-Jadayel said that the text of the appeal was as follows: “My brothers, the people of the country, Babur, in the middle of it, is a Khedive named Taif. (It means cash transfer) or a Cuban review merchandise (meaning company), Henke, Zainal or Arab.

He was one of the most famous callers in Jeddah after a confectioner’s friend Saeed Abu Al-Jadayel, Mahmoud Baroudi, and others, may God have mercy on them.

And Abu Al-Jadaiel indicated that the port of Jeddah was on King Abdulaziz Street in the Al-Balad neighborhood now, and there were ships that docked at Jeddah.

Jeddah .. “Abu Al-Jadayel” tells the story of Al-Munadi traveling in the last century before the emergence of means of communication

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The researcher and interested in the history of Jeddah, Khaled Salah Abu Al-Jadaiel described the call as an old media means that people resorted to in Islamic times and is the only and main media means in the city of Jeddah before the emergence of various means of communication and communication, and even added that a market in Jeddah was known as the call market, which is currently the dew market within Mahalla Al-Sham branched from Qabil Street.

In the details, Abu Al-Jadayel said, pilgrims and travelers were meeting in that area, waiting for the call from Jeddah port officials to prepare to travel through the ships, according to their destination, as is the case today in stations, or land, sea and air travel halls.

The caller is known as the person who is distinguished by his strong voice who arrives to be heard clearly and appointed by the concerned authorities in the state or from commercial companies such as steamship companies to perform the task of either informing people about some government orders or news of interest to residents of the city of Jeddah, especially travelers or merchants and showed that these The profession lasted until about the early 1990s.

He explained that the British company “Galatelli Hinke”, which had a branch in the city of Jeddah, appointed the famous caller of his time, a friend of Sadiq Al-Halawani, calling for it to announce the dates of the ships arriving at or leaving Jeddah, as it was contracted by Beit Zainal & Co. and Fadel Arab and Partners to perform the same task. .

Call method

Abu Al-Jadayel said that the text of the appeal was as follows: “My brothers, the people of the country, Babur, in the middle of it, is a Khedive named Taif. (It means cash transfer) or a Cuban review merchandise (meaning company), Henke, Zainal or Arab.

He was one of the most famous callers in Jeddah after a confectioner’s friend Saeed Abu Al-Jadayel, Mahmoud Baroudi, and others, may God have mercy on them.

And Abu Al-Jadaiel indicated that the port of Jeddah was on King Abdulaziz Street in the Al-Balad neighborhood now, and there were ships that docked at Jeddah.

May 12 2020 – 19 Ramadan 1441

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He used to say: O people of the country, Babur, in the middle of it, is a Khedive named Taif, when he arrived by ball from Suez

The researcher and interested in the history of Jeddah, Khaled Salah Abu Al-Jadaiel described the call as an old media means that people resorted to in Islamic times and is the only and main media means in the city of Jeddah before the emergence of various means of communication and communication, and even added that a market in Jeddah was known as the call market, which is currently the dew market within Mahalla Al-Sham branched from Qabil Street.

In the details, Abu Al-Jadayel said, pilgrims and travelers were gathering in that area, waiting for the call from Jeddah port officials to prepare to travel through the ships, according to their destination, as is the case today in stations, or land, sea and air travel halls.

The caller is known as a person who is distinguished by his strong voice who arrives to be heard clearly and appointed by the concerned authorities in the state or from commercial companies such as steamship companies to perform the task of either informing people about some government orders or news of interest to residents of the city of Jeddah, especially travelers or merchants and showed that these The profession lasted until about the early 1990s.

He pointed out that the British company “Galatelli Hanke”, which had a branch in Jeddah, had appointed the famous caller of his time, a friend of Sadiq Al-Halawani, calling for it to announce the dates of the ships’ arrival or departure times, as he had contracted with Beit Zainal and Co. and Fadil Arab and Partners to perform the same task. .

Call method

Abu Al-Jadayel said that the text of the appeal was as follows: “O our brothers, O people of the country, Babur, in the middle of it, is a Khedive named Taif. (It means cash transfer) or a Cuban review merchandise (meaning company), Henke, Zainal or Arab.

He was one of the most famous callers in Jeddah after a confectioner’s friend, Saeed Abu Al Jadayel, Mahmoud Baroudi, and others, may God have mercy on them.

And Abu Al-Jadayel indicated that the port of Jeddah was on King Abdulaziz Street in the Al-Balad neighborhood now and there were mooring ships arriving in Jeddah.

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