Feidi al-'Alami (1881-1924) was mayor of Jerusalem in 1906-1909. His father Musa al-Alami was also a mayor of the city.
In 1914, Feidi al-'Alami was chosen to represent the city in the Ottoman parliament. He was also a scholar, who published a concordance of the Koran. He was a member of the three-member Land Commission to assess state land in Palestine that was appointed by Herbert Samuel in August 1920.
His son, Musa al-Alami, was a distinguished Palestinian of the British Mandate period.Events involving Feidi al-’Alami: