Akram Zu’aytir

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Akram Zu'aytir ... Palestinian Arab leader in the 1930s and 1940s ... founding member of the Palestinian Independence Party in 1932 ... head of an Arab League delegation which visited Argentina to rally Syro-Lebanese support during the latter part of 1947

According to this book: Akram Zueiter, former editor of Mir'at Al-Sharq in Jerusalem ... Zueiter had left his teaching post in Acre at the age of 20 to became editor and an activist. He was arrested and imprisoned for three months, then 'deported' to Nablus, where he stepped up his work against the British occupation. He co-founded Hizb Al-Istiqlal and was arrested in the uprising of 1936. Later, he headed an Arab delegation to Latin America and wrote a book about that experience.

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