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Mahmud Suleiman Maghribi

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  • Country of residence: Syria
  • Gender: Male
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Mahmoud Suleiman al-Maghribi (1935 - 2009): Palestinian-Syrian-Libyan politician and activist. Born in Haifa, Palestine, he received his primary education at the Amiriya School in Haifa, and he and his parents took refuge in Syria in the year of the Nakba, 1948.

He continued his education at the Faculty of Law in Damascus and worked in Qatar, then continued his postgraduate studies in petroleum sciences in the United States and returned to settle in Libya.

He served as the first Prime Minister of Libya after the September 1969 coup d'état for the period 1969 to 1970.

He died on July 17, 2009 in Damascus due to a terminal illness and was mourned by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who was his primary school classmate.

The origins of Mahmoud al-Maghrabi from Kikla in the Western Mountains, from the family of Awlad Issa, and the title of Maghribi; He fought for the cause of Palestine and was the bridge between Libya and the officials in the Palestine Liberation Organization.


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