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Mohammad Ahmad Alamad

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Palestine
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in: 1916
  • Age: 100
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Born in Nablus in 1916; studied at An-Najah School, where he also got involved with the Pan Arab Movement to become the spiritual leader of the Arab Nationalists Movement during his service at An-Najah college (now An-Najah University) where he was a teacher of Arabic language and Islamic education, he had a great influence upon his students. Graduated from An-Najah School in 1935 then continued his higher education at Dar Al-Ulum in Egypt, which later became the Arab language and Islamic studies Dept. at Cairo University, returned to An-Najah college and worked as a teacher from 1939 to 1971 when he assumed the responsibility of leading An-Najah National college and its institute and played a big role in developing it to An-Najah University in the year 1976, during that time he served as Deputy Mayor in the Nablus Municipality from 1946 to 1976. He was the co-founder of the Arab Workers Society which challenged the British mandate, co-founder of cultural sports and activities in Nablus, co-founder of Nablus society to combat illiteracy and co-founder of the national anti-immigration committee during the early phase of the Israeli occupation, he was arrested under the Jordanian rule for his political activities and was jailed in Nablus. He retired in 1988 and passed away in August 2010.


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