Palestinian National Anthem Lyrics

“Fida’i” is the national anthem of Palestine and the Palestinian national anthem lyrics were written by Said Al Muzayin and the music to the Palestinian national anthem was composed by Ali Ismael.

The National Anthem Lyrics for Palestine

“Fida’i” was officially adopted as the national anthem of Palestine in the year of 1996.


Palestinian National Anthem Lyrics in Arabic (Arabic Script)

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بلادي بلادي
بلادي يا أرضي يا أرض الجدود
فدائي فدائي
فدائي يا شعبي يا شعب الخلود
1
بعزمي وناري وبركان ثاري
وأشواق دمي لأرضي وداري
صعدت الجبالا وخضت النضالا
قهرت المحالا عبرت الحدود
صعدت الجبالا وخضت النضالا
قهرت المحالا عبرت الحدود

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2
بعزم الرياح ونار السلاح
وإصرار شعبي بأرض الكفاح
فلسطين داري فلسطين ناري
فلسطين ثاري وأرض الصمود
فلسطين داري فلسطين ناري
فلسطين ثاري وأرض الصمود

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3
حق القسم تحت ظل العلم
بأرضي وشعبي ونار الألم
سأحيا فدائي وأمضي فدائي
وأقضي فدائي إلى أن تعود
سأحيا فدائي وأمضي فدائي
وأقضي فدائي إلى أن تعود

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Palestinian National Anthem Lyrics in Arabic lyrics (Romanization)

Palestinian National Anthem Lyrics in Arabic lyrics (Romanization)


CHORUS:
Biladi Biladi
Biladi ya ardi ya arda al-judoud
Fida’i Fida’i
Fida’i ya sha’bi ya sha’b al-khuloud

1. Bi’azmi wa nari wa burkani thari
Wa ashwaqi dammi li ardi wa dari
Sa’adto al-jibala wa khodto an-nidala
Qaharto al-mohala abarto al-hudood

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2. Bi’azmi al-riyah wa nari al-silah
Wa israri sha’bi bi ardi al-kifah
Filisteeno dari Filisteeno nari
Filisteeno thari wa ardi as-sumood

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3. Bihaqqi al-qasam tahta zilli al-‘alam
Bi ardi w sha’bi wa nari al-alam
Sa ahya fida’i wa amdee fida’i
Wa aqdee fida’i ila ann ta’oud

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Palestinian National Anthem Lyrics Meaning in English

Chorus:
My country, my country
My country, oh my land, oh land of my forefathers
Freedom fighter, freedom fighter
Freedom fighter, oh my people, Oh people of eternity

1. By my strong will and my inflaming rage, my volcanic revenge
By my yearning blood for my land and home
I have climbed the mountains and combated struggles
I have subdued in the impossible and smashed the shackles

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2. By the storming winds and the firing arms
By my people determination, by the land of strife
Palestine is my home, Palestine is my fire
Palestine is my revenge, and the land of resistance

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3. By vowing the oath beneath the shade of the flag
By my land, by my people, by my firing pain
Resistor I must survive, revolutionary I must proceed
Sacrificer I must end, until I return

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Palestinian National Anthem Lyrics

When is Palestinian National Anthem Played or Sung?

National anthem of Palestine is normally played or sung throughout national holidays, particularly on the independence day celebrations in Palestine. It is also carried out during cultural and other festivals in Palestine, usually marking off the start or completion of such celebrations.

National anthem of Palestine is also frequently performed in international sporting occasions, such as the Olympic Games as well school sport events.


What is the importance of Palestinian National Anthem in Palestine?

The national anthem of Palestine, like other nationwide signs of Palestine, represents the custom, past history, and beliefs of Palestine and its people. It helps stimulate feelings of patriotism among the Palestinian people and reminds them of their Palestine’s magnificence, charm, and abundant heritage.

It also helps unify the residents of Palestine by one single track or music. Throughout the performance of the Palestinian national anthem, citizens of Palestine, despite their ethnic differences, rise up in unity and listen attentively or sing the song with terrific enthusiasm.

Sports men and women from Palestine also feel a great moment of honor when they get a medal at a worldwide sporting event while Palestine’s national anthem is played in the background. It gives them a sensation of having actually made their country proud. Students who listen to the national anthem of Palestine in schools learn to appreciate their nation and establish a spirit of unity among themselves.