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Said Al Muzayin

Said Al Muzayin

Sector : Cultural Figures , Poets

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Palestine
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in: 1935
  • Age: 86
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Saeed Al-Muzayen is the Palestinian poet and leader, the martyr Saeed Al-Muzayin, “the boy of the revolution.” He is “Abu Hisham.” He was born in the city of Ashdod in 1935, and he was one of the first pioneers of Fatah in 1959 and one of the first full-timers to it in 1966.

his life
The poet grew up in Palestine in the city of Ashdod and was educated in its schools. In 1948, after the Nakba, he and his family were expelled and expelled to Gaza. Here, when he was seventeen, he and a friend of his life, Khalil al-Wazir, joined student organizations resisting the Zionist occupation.

He was responsible for printing leaflets, as he owned a simple printing machine in his home, but he was arrested by the Israeli authorities, tried and imprisoned, he and all those who worked with him.

He was one of the first founders of the Islamic resistance groups in the Gaza Strip in 1956, with the participation of Kamal Adwan and Abu Yousef Al-Najjar.

He then worked in Gaza as a history teacher, and in 1957 he contracted with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to teach there and moved between Al-Qunfudhah, Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah and Jizan from 1957 until 1959, after which he left for Damascus to work in the Palestine Liberation Organization.

He fought through the revolution’s devices: the media, mobilization and organization, the military administration, then mobilization and organization again, between Damascus and Beirut, then a representative of the Palestinian National Liberation Movement in Saudi Arabia between 1973-1978.

He was a member of the Palestinian Revolutionary Council since 1969 and then a member of the Palestinian National Council.

He is a member of the founding council of the Muslim World League, the supervisor of its Al-Quds Committee, and the editor-in-chief of "Diwan Al-Quds" magazine, which was issued from Cairo, but in 1986, while working as editor-in-chief, he was expelled from Egypt on charges of plotting and inciting against the regime. The Egyptian government closed the office of "Diwan Al-Quds magazine" and withdrew its license.

His last position was the Islamic advisor to President Yasser Arafat.

He dealt early with the word, and stopped most of his poetry and writings to open the revolution and Palestine, the homeland.

He is considered one of the writers who influenced the literary movement and the Palestinian national theater, as he composed many plays, many of which were represented on the stage.

In addition to composing the Palestinian national anthem, he composed many songs of the revolution, which were sung by Al-Thawra Radio, which was broadcast from Cairo as “Voice of Palestine, the Voice of the Palestinian Revolution”, as most of his songs were composed and sung.

He also wrote many poetic epics such as the epic "Tubas" and the poetic epic "Safar al-Saif".

How many poems he wrote that stirred literary and political controversy.

his death

Announcing the news of the death of Saeed Al-Muzayen in Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper March 31, 1991
He died on March 29, 1991, on Friday, 13 Ramadan 1411, in Riyadh in mysterious circumstances, two weeks after his official announcement of his split from Fatah for adopting a position rejecting the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.

His body was buried in the "Al-Oud" cemetery in Riyadh, and it was officially announced in the visual media and newspapers his death. Thousands of Palestinians and Saudis, headed by the governor of Riyadh and the head of the People's Committee to Aid the Mujahideen of Palestine, Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz conveyed the condolences of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd bin Abdulaziz. His Crown Prince is Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz, Second Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and Aviation and Inspector General, and Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz, Minister of Interior.

The Shiites were also attended by Saudi dignitaries. No high-ranking Palestinian figure attended, so that President Yasser Arafat contented himself with sending a message of condolence written on the side of the telegram sent by the Palestinian embassy in Riyadh to inform him of the death of Saeed Al-Muzayen, the following phrase:
Revolutionary songs
He wrote many texts of the Palestinian revolution anthems under the name "The Revolution Boy", including:

The Palestinian National Anthem - Fida'i.
I am Samed from the songs that were broadcast during the battles of "Black September" in Jordan on Voice of Palestine Radio / Voice of the Palestinian Revolution.
The religion of the revolutionaries
protect the revolution
victory wedding

His poetic works:

TV ad on CNN on YouTube
sword and wound.
Song to the martyr of Jerusalem on YouTube
Ali Ergul Intifada song on YouTube
Fattouhiya in love with Egypt song on YouTube
A song to the people of the chairs.



Achievements and Awards

Gold Merit and Excellence Medal - 2013


His writings
In the Trench of Ethics / Essays on the Revolution (Cairo, 1986).
Safar al-Fath (a divan in which the poet collected all the poems of the revolution).
Travel of the sword (documentation of the history of the Palestinian struggle).

People Will Never Die / Play.
The house is the house of our father / play
Recital / play.
Bloody Document / Long story.
Periodical 96 / story.

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