Mawtini

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موطني
English: My Homeland
Mawtini

National anthem of  Iraq
Lyrics Ibrahim Touqan, 1934
Music Muhammad Fuliefil
Music sample

Mawtini (Arabic: موطني‎ “My Homeland”) is a popular poem written by the Palestinian poet Ibrahim Touqan (Arabic: إبراهيم طوقان‎) circa 1934. It was the de facto national anthem of Palestine since then and until 1967. It is also recognized in Syria and Algeria, as well as other Arab states, as an anthem as to show their support for the Palestinian cause. The original music was composed by Muhammad Fuliefil (Arabic: محمد فليفل‎). During the years it became very popular through the Arab world.

In 2004 it was re-adopted, on the order of Coalition Provisional Authority chief Paul Bremer[1] as the national anthem of Iraq. It replaced the old anthem Ardh Alforatain, which was in use from 1981 to 2004 and associated with Saddam Hussein's Baath regime.[2]

Lyrics[edit]

Arabic lyrics[edit]

مَوطِنِي مَوطِنِي

الجلالُ والجمالُ والسَّنَاءُ والبَهَاءُ

في رُبَاكْ في رُبَاكْ

والحياةُ والنجاةُ والهناءُ والرجاءُ

في هواكْ في هواكْ

هلْ أراكْ هلْ أراكْ

سالِماً مُنَعَّماً و غانما مكرما

سالما منعما و غانما مكرما

هلْ أراكْ في عُلاكْ

تبلُغُ السِّمَاكْ تبلغُ السِّمَاكْ

مَوطِنِي مَوطِنِي

مَوطِنِي مَوطِنِي

الشبابُ لنْ يكِلَّ هَمُّهُ أنْ تستَقِلَّ

أو يَبيدْ أو يَبيدْ

نَستقي منَ الرَّدَى ولنْ نكونَ للعِدَى

كالعَبيدْ كالعَبيدْ

لا نُريدْ لا نُريدْ

ذُلَّنَا المُؤَبَّدا وعَيشَنَا المُنَكَّدا


ذُلَّنَا المُؤَبَّدا وعَيشَنَا المُنَكَّدا

لا نُريدْ بلْ نُعيدْ

مَجدَنا التّليدْ مَجدَنا التّليدْ

مَوطِنِي مَوطِنِي

مَوطِنِي مَوطِنِي

الحُسَامُ و اليَرَاعُ لا للكلامُ والنزاعُ

رَمْزُنا رَمْزُنا

مَجدُنا و عهدُنا وواجبٌ منَ الوَفا

يهُزُّنا يهُزُّنا

عِزُّنا عِزُّنا

غايةٌ تُشَرِّفُ و رايةٌ ترَفرِفُ

غايةٌ تُشَرِّفُ و رايةٌ ترَفرِفُ

يا هَنَاكْ في عُلاكْ

قاهِراً عِداكْ قاهِراً عِداكْ

مَوطِنِي مَوطِنِي

Latin alphabet transliteration[edit]

Mawṭinī mawṭinī
Al-jalālu wa-l-jamālu wa-s-sanā'u wa-l-bahā'u
Fī rubāk fī rubāk
Wa-l-ḥayātu wa-n-najātu wal-hanā'u wa-r-rajā'u
Fī hawāk fī hawāk
Hal arāk hal arāk
Sālimān munaʿamān wa ġānimān mukarramān
Sālimān munaʿamān wa ġānimān mukarramān
Hal arāk fī ʿulāk
Tabluġu s-simāk tabluġu s-simāk
Mawṭinī mawṭinī
Mawṭinī mawṭinī
Aš-šabābu lan yakilla hammahu an yastaqilla aw yabīd, aw yabid
Nastaqī mina r-radá wa lan nakūna li-l-ʿidā' kālʿabīd, kālʿabīd
Lā nurīd lā nurīd
Ḏullanā al-mu'abbada wa ʿayšanā al-munakkada
Ḏullanā al-mu'abbada wa ʿayšanā al-munakkada
Lā nurīd bal nuʿīd
Majdanā t-talīd majdanā t-talīd
Mawṭinī mawṭinī
Mawṭinī mawṭinī
Al-ḥusāmu wa-l-yarāʿu lā l-kalām wa-n-nizāʿu
Ramzunā ramzunā
Majdunā wa ʿahdunā wa wājibun ilá l-wafā'
Yahuzzunā yahuzzunā
ʿIzzunā ʿizzunā
Ġāyâtun tušarrifu wa rāyâtun turafrifu
Ġāyâtun tušarrifu wa rāyâtun turafrifu
Yā hanāk fī ʿulāk
Qāhirān ʿidāk qāhirān ʿidāk
Mawṭinī mawṭinī

English translation[edit]

My homeland, My homeland
Glory and beauty, Sublimity and splendor
Are in your hills, Are in your hills
Life and deliverance, Pleasure and hope
Are in your air, Are in your Air
Will I see you? Will I see you?
Safe and comforted, Sound and honored
Will I see you in your eminence?
Reaching to the stars, Reaching to the stars
My homeland, My homeland
My homeland, My homeland
The youth will not tire, 'till your independence
Or they die, Or they die
We will drink from death
And will not be to our enemies
Like slaves, Like slaves
We do not want, We do not want
An eternal humiliation
Nor a miserable life
We do not want
But we will bring back
Our storied glory, Our storied glory
My homeland, My homeland
The sword and the pen
Not the talk nor the quarrel
Are our symbols, Are our symbols
Our glory and our covenant
And a duty to be faithful
Moves us, moves us
Our glory, Our glory
Is an honorable cause
And a waving standard
O, behold you
In your eminence
Victorious over your enemies
Victorious over your enemies
My homeland, My homeland

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Iraq aims to unite with new national anthem, flag". The Daily Star. September 24, 2012. Retrieved 1 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "Iraq - Mawtini". NationalAnthems.me. Retrieved 2011-11-05. 

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