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Юлиан Бачинский (alias for this person)

Иосиф Либерберг (alias for this person)

Андрей Макаренко

Андрей Макаренко ... a representative of the Bell Foundation   ...

Служба_Безпеки_України_(СБУ) (alias for this person)

йесу мйбтшбтшв (alias for this person)

אריאן אבס (alias for this person)

יוזף זיסקינד אופנהיימר (alias for this person)

מרדכי אלמוג (alias for this person)

דוד בן-גוריון (alias for this person)

אגודה למען החייל (alias for this person)

מערך המבצעים המיוחדים (alias for this person)

היועץ לענייני ערבים של ראש הממשלה (alias for this person)

הקואליציה להקצאה שוויונית של משאבי התרבו (alias for this person)

משה וילבושביץ (alias for this person)

נחום וילבוש (alias for this person)

מייקל עוזר ויצמן (alias for this person)

שמואל (מולה) כהן (alias for this person)

יחזקאל ליין (alias for this person)

משה מולדבסקי (alias for this person)

היחידה המיוחדת לסיכול ריגול וחקירות מיוח (alias for this person)

רתם קלינה

רתם קלינה ...   ...

פנחס רוזן (alias for this person)

عيسى داود العيسى (alias for this person)

عودة بشارات (alias for this person)

  
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Ya’acov Havacook_(Havakuk )

Ya’acov Havacook ...   ...

   
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Tarabut -Hit’habrut

Tarabut-Hit’habrut, formed in October 2006, is a joint Arab-Jewish social movement seeking to address the most burning issue – the division in Israeli oppositional politics between struggles against the occupation and struggles against inequality and for social justice within Israel itself. ...   ...


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...(Abu Fahad) ... Jewish labour leader in Iraq who was hanged in 1949   ...

  
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Unit 101

Unit 101 ...   ...

Belarusian Partisan Detachment no. 106

Belarusian Partisan Detachment no. 106 ... led by Sholom Zorin   ...

Shayetet 13

Shayetet 13 ...   ...

Palestine Arab Delegation to London, 1921-1922

The Palestinian Arab Delegation to London in 1921 was nominated by the Fourth Palestinian Arab Congress. It was headed by Musa Kazim al-Husseini. Its secretary was ...

1948.org.uk

1948.org.uk ...   ...

Commission Concerning the Events in Jordan September 1997

Commission Concerning the Events in Jordan September 1997 ... On 6 October 1997 1997, Joseph Ciechanover was appoinrted to head a committe to investigate the failed attempt, the previous month, to assassinate a senior Hamas official, ...


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יחידת רימון 2 (alias for this person)

Israeli commander briefing soldiers on the eve of the Gaza invasion (Nov. 2009)

Israeli commander briefing soldiers on the eve of the Gaza invasion   ...

senior ILD official quoted by Ha'aretz in January 2009

... senior official in the International Law Division of the Israeli Military Advocate General's Office ...   ...

Palestinian prisoner tortured by Shin Bet in Autumn 2011

This man is Palestinian prisoner who suffered serious physical and psychological injury following Shin Bet torture in September/October 2011. His identity has been kept confidential due to the severe psychological injury he suffered.   ...

Some American officials involved in mediating negotiations between Israel and Palestinians in 2013/2014

This appears to really be one person, namely Martin Indyk.   Nahum Barnea, who interviewed these 'people' for Yedioth Ahronoth (Ynet), described them/him as follow ...

21st-century_descendents_of_the_pre-1929_Hebronite_Jews

Hebronite Jews are descendents of those Jewish families who lived in Hebron before 1929.   ...

Finnish Infantry Regiment 24

Finnish Infantry Regiment 24 ...   ...


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German Squadron 300 (alias for this person)

Fliegerabteilung 304

Fliegerabteilung 304 ... Bavarian aerial squadron in Palestine during WWI ... was part of the Königlich Bayerisches Fliegerbataillon   was stationed in Iraq al Manshiya in October 1917 ... ...

Squadron 304 (alias for this person)

Eisenbahn-Betriebs-DoppelComp. 34/48

Eisenbahn-Betriebs-DoppelComp. 34/48 ... German rail unit that was sent to manage the running of the Hejaz Railway in 1918. This unit was formed of 8 officers, 330 soldiers and 500 Italian POW’s.   ...

360_Surveillance

Yves Engler reports ...


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40th_Battalion,_Royal_Fusiliers

40th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers ... part of the Hagedud Ha'ivri (Jewish Legion/Brigade in World War I British Army) ... the 40th were mostly Palestinian Jewish refugees and included David Ben-Gurion, ...

Lahav 433

Lahav 433 ... corruption unit of the Israel Police   ...


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5WPR

5WPR is a public relations company run by Ronn Torossian, a hardline zionist operator. 5WPR represents Binyamin Elon, some Chrisitian Zionist organizations, e.g., CUFI, John Hagee's outfit. It also lists the government of Israel as one of its clients.   Resources     PowerBase ...

   
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93.6_Ram_FM_Middle_East_Eyewitness_News

93.6 Ram FM Middle East Eyewitness News ... has a website here. The station is a South African initiative managed by Middle East Broadcast Holdings (Pty) Ltd in association with Primedia Broadcasting (Pty) Ltd. The Directors of the South African Holding Company are ...

     
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Linda ?

Linda ? ... Norwegian  ...

 
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A., whose nom de guerre "Claude", was (Summer 2010) the third-highest ranking officer in the Shabak when it was revealed that not only had he fudged on his departmental budget and overspent by hundreds of thousands of dollars, but he had slept with a married female subordinate, promoted her, and then demoted her husba ...

Karine A

Karine A ...   ...

Ahmed A-Dahar

Ahmed A-Dahar (1906-1984), from Nazareth, ... was a member of the Knesset, for Progress and Development, from 3.11.1959 to 2.11.1965.   ...

Research Journalism Initiative and A-Films

Research Journalism Initiative and the Anarchist Film Collective "A-Films" ... ...

Mahmud A-Nashaf

Mahmud A-Nashaf (1906-1979) ... from Taibeh in Israel ... member of Knesset in period 3.11.1959 - 15.8.1961 for the Agriculture and Development pseudo-party sponsored by David Ben-Gurion's MAPAI party.   ...

Hashem Abd A-Rahman (alias for this person)

Taleb a-Sana (alias for this person)

Nasser A-Shaer (alias for this person)

Sayah Abu Mdighem A-Toury

  Tarabut reports (9 October 2013) ...

Mohammed Suleiman a-Zalmut

Mohammed Suleiman a-Zalmut, from Beit Furik, was 77 when, in October 1998, Gur Hammel murdered him by breaking his skull with a rock.   ...

A._Lerman_Architects_Ltd

Amira Hass reports (3 December 2013) ...

A4e

A4e ... British company based in Sheffield. It says the following about itself:   A4e Amin    A4e is delivering Israel’s first welfare to work reform pilot in Jerusalem with our partners Aman. A4e is providing training and employment opportunities for over 3000 people.    A4e is the firs ...

                                                                                                                                                              
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Sabri Aamer

Sabri Aamer is an Egyptian parliamentarian.   ...

Chloe Aaron

Chloe Aaron ...   ...

Joseph Aaron

Joseph Aaron ... editor of the Chicago Jewish News   ...

David Aaronovitch

David Aaronovitch writes for The Independent in London. Although a former Trot, is now firmly in the neocon camp. He was a cheerleader for the US war against Iraq in 2003, and he has produced a islamophobic film, that according to Gilad Atzmon is of the same nature as  Fitna , Geert Wilder's islamophibic screed.   Israel Hasbara Committee profile  David Aaronvitch ...

Mark Aarons

Mark Aarons formerly worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. He lives in Sydney.   ...

Aaron Aaronsohn

Aaron Aaronsohn (1876-1919) was born in Bacau, Romania, and, at the age of six, was taken by his parents to Palestine. His father, Ephraim Fischel, was one of the founders of Zikhron Yaakov.   Aaronsohn studied in France and on his ...

Alexander Aaronsohn

Alexander Aaronsohn ... brother of Aaron Aaronsohn ... Alexander Aaronsohn, a writer and journalist, author of a biography of Sarah Aaronsohn, swindled his colleagues in the Bnei Binyamin society, transferring a large plot of land designated for settlement to one of his former girlfriends. He was an active pedophile. ...

Rivka Aaronsohn

Rivka Aaronsohn ... member of the NILI spy-ring ... sister of Aaron Aaronsohn ... engaged to engaged to Avshalom Feinberg   ...

Sarah Aaronsohn

Sarah Aaronsohn, a sister of Aaron Aaronsohn, was a member of NILI (Netzah Israel Lo Y'Shaker), the group that he and Avshalom Feinberg had created to supply intelligence to the British against the Ottoman Turks. In September 1917, a carr ...

Tsvi (Zvi) Aaronsohn

Tsvi (Zvi) Aaronsohn ... borther of Aaron Aaronsohn   ...

Burt Aaronson

Burt Aaronson is (2007) the chairman of the Palm Beach County Investment Policy Committee. In 2007, he directed that the portfolios should include substandard (not-investment grade) bonds, i.e., Israel Bonds.   ...

Mohammed A'atzi

Mohammed A'atzi/Asy (c. 1985-2013) was a Palestinian activist from Bayt Liqya. He was assassinated by Israeli "special forces" on 22 October 2013 - near Bil'in.  Alternative Information Center reports (23 October 2013) ...

                                                                                                                                                              
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Salma a‐Deb’i

Salma a‐Deb’i ...   ...

‘Atef Abu a‐Rub

‘Atef Abu a‐Rub ...   ...

Adam Wild Aba

Adam Wild Aba ...   ...

Danny Adino Ababa

Danny Adino Ababa is a journalist for Yediot Aharonot.   ...

Abed Abadi

Abed Abadi ... is a prize-winning artist in Haifa   ...

Ghadanfar Rokon Abadi

Ghadanfar Rokon Abadi is (2010) the Iranian ambassador to Lebanon.   ...

Jacob Abadi

Jacob Abadi ... teaches (2000) at the United States Air Force Academy  ...

Matloub Abadi

Rabbi Matloub Abadi ... the last authentic Arab Jewish rabbi to come from the East to America, a man whose own training was based upon the Andalusian adab tradition;   ...

Michal Abadi-Boiangiu

Moti Bassok reports (10 August 2014) ...

Homayoun Sameyah Najaf Abady

Homayoun Sameyah Najaf Abady is (2013) the head of Tehran's Jewish community ...   ...

Avigail Abarbanel

Avigail Abarbanel (1964-) was born In Israel and grew up in Bat Yam. An activist for Palestinian rights, she is a former Staff Sergeant in the Israeli military. She renounced her Israeli citizenship in 2001. She was a ...

Shlomo Cohen Abarbanel

Shlomo Cohen Abarbanel ... was the deputy director of the Mossad   ...

Linor Abargil

Linor Abargil (1980-) ...   ...

Reuven Abarjel

Reuven Abarjel (63 in September 2005) is a Mizrahi Jew, born in Morocco, who has lived in Israel since 1950. He was one of the founders of the Israeli Black Panthers (haPanterim haShahorim).   ...

Elisha Abas

Elisha Abas (1971-) ... Israeli pianist ... The son of Ariane and Shlomo Abas, he is a grandson of the Zionist terrorist, Betty Knout, and, through her, he is ...

Ziad Abas

Ziad Abas cultural director at the Deheisha refugee camp.   ...

Lena Abayev

Lena Abayev is (2013) deputy director of communications of NGO Monitor, the ultra-right-wing "monitoring" group.   ...

Ibrahim Abayit

Ibrahim Abayit is a Palestinian involved in the Church of the Nativity/Bethlehem siege in 2002. He was exiled to Spain following a European agreement in March 2002.   ...

Kwame Abayomi

Kwame Abayomi ...   ...

Khairi Abaza

Khairi Abaza is (2012) "a former senior official of Egypt's secular liberal Wafd party who is currently (2013) a "Senior Fellow" at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies".169555    FDD ...

Katherine Metres Abbadi

Katherine Metres Abbadi is a free-lance journalist and international affairs professional specializing in human rights.   ...

Farahat Al Abbar

Farahat Al Abbar writes for Islam Online.   ...

Ariane Abbas

Ariane Abbas (c. 1950-) ... daughter of the Zionist terrorist Betty Knout and Leon Hellman. She is named after her maternal grandmother Ariadna Scriabin. She i ...

Faiz Abbas

Faiz Abbas was a reporter for Yediot Aharonot until he resigned in early August 2006, in protest against the writings of the editor, Rafi Ginat, on the Israeli attack on Lebanon in 2006. Abbas, 53 at the time he resigned, had worked 10 years for Hadashot as the reporter covering the northern region and more than 10 y ...

Hiam Abbas

Hiam Abbas was born in Nazareth. She has been living in France since 1989. Better known as an actress, Hiam Abbas began her career in the Palestinian theater scene before playing film roles with Rashid Masharawi, Michel Khleifi, Daniele Arbid, and Raja Amari. "Bread" is her first film.   ...

Mahmoud Abbas

Mahmoud Abbas (b. 1935) was widely regarded as Arafat's number 2 in the PLO. In 2005, he was elected President of the PA; his term expired on 9 January 2009, but remains in the post.   Daud Abdullah reports (20 July 2009):    While it may seem unimportant to the Quartet envoy, younger members of Fateh bitterly deplore the fact that since his election as chairman of th ...

Mohammad Issa Abbas

Mohammad Issa Abbas ...   ...

Rana Abbas

Rana Abbas ...   ...

Shlomo Abbas

Shlomo Abbas (1948-) ... Israeli writer   Ariane Abbas, nee Hellman, daughter of the Zionist terrorist Betty Knout, is his wife. Elisha Abas is one of ...

Somida Abbas

Al-Somida Abbas is a business development at Bir Zeit Univ., but was barred (2006) from entering Palestine by the Israeli occupation authorities.   ...

Tariq Abbas

Tariq Abbas is a son of Abu Mazen and co-owner (2004), with his brother, Yasser, of Sky, the largest media company in the occupied territories.   Tariq ...

Yasser Abbas

Yasser Abbas is a son of Abu Mazen and co-owner (2004), with his brother, Tariq, of Sky, the largest media company in the territories.   ...

Ziad Abbas

CounterPunch profile (22 October 2013)    Ziad Abbas is a Palestinian refugee from Dheisheh Refugee camp in the West Bank. He is the cofounder of the Ibdaa Cultural Center in Dheisheh where he served as Co-Director from 1994 to 2008. Ziad is also a journalist who has worked with Palestinian and international media and has participated in the production of several documentary films. H ...

Abu Abbas (alias for this person)

Mustafa Abbasi

Mustafa Abbasi ... A Lecturer at the Tel-Hai Academic College, Tel-Hai, Upper Galilee 1226, Israel; e-mail: safad@newmail.net.   ...

Mohammadreza Abbasian

Mohammadreza Abbasian ...   ...

Hiam (Hiyam) Abbass

Hiam (Hiyam) Abbass (1960-) grew up in Deir Hanna (some sources say she was also born there but others say she was born in Nazareth), moved to Paris ...   ...

Alan D. Abbey

Alan D. Abbey is Editor of In My Heart (a Jewish obituaries website), former editor of Ynetnews.com and JPost.com and author of “Journey of Hope: They Story of Ilan Ramon, Israel’s First Astronaut”   ...

Diane Abbott

Diane Abbott ...   ...

G F Abbott

George Frederick Abbott (1874-1947) was an English war correspondent and author. ...   ...

Gerry Abbott

Gerry Abbott ...   ...

Tony Abbott

Tony Abbott ...   ...

Andy Abboud

Pat Buchanan reports (31 March 2014) ...

Fahmi Abboushi

Fahmi Abboushi was Mayor of Jenin in 1935-37; he passed away in 1975. He was dismissed from the post by the British in 1937 and, as a result the Abboushi family lived in exile in Beirut until 1940. Abboushi was one of founders of the Arab Independence Party. He was the chairman of the Arab Nationalist Bank, Jenin's branch, in the 1940s. He also served on numerous national committees during and a ...

Tarif Abboushi

Mr. Abboushi was born in Damascus, Syria, to Palestinian parents on October 7th 1956. He lived in the Middle East (residence in Kuwait, boarding school in Lebanon) until the age of eighteen. He attended the University of Manchester, England, where he earned a BS in electrical engineering in 1977, and Stanford University, USA, where he earned a master's degree in engineering-economic ...

Wasif F. Abboushi

Wasif F. Abboushi is (1977) professor of Political Science at the University of Cincinnatti in Ohio. He is the author of four books on the Middle East and the Palestine Question. He is a son Fahmi Abboushi.   ...

ABC_staff

ABC_staff ... staff of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.   ...

Said Abd-Elmalek

Said Abd-Elmalek ... of the Ra'am Party (United Arab List)   ...

Abdelwaheb Abdallah

Abdelwaheb Abdallah is (2008) the Tunisian foreign minister. ...   ...

Ahmed Abdallah

Ahmed Abdallah is an Egyptian film maker.   Adam Shatz reports ...

Amir Abdallah (alias for this person)

Georges Ibrahim Abdallah

Georges Ibrahim Abdallah, a Lebanese, was convicted in France in 1986 in connection with the assassination of an American military attaché, an Israeli diplomat and attempted murder of an American consul.  Abdallah remains in prison although he is eligible for parole. He remains imprisoned because the US State Dept. intervened protesting his possible release.  ...

Ghassan Abdallah

Ghassan Abdallah is a program analyst and an activist.  ...

Samir Abdallah

Samir Abdallah is a French film director, who has made five films about Palestine. He is also a co-founder of an organization called the Civil International Campaign for the Protection of the Palestinian People   He was born in Copenhagen in 1959, to an Egyptian father (from a family which has a branch in Gaza)and a Danish mother but, living in France since the age of 6, he has French n ...

Sana Abdallah

Sana Abdallah is a Jordanian journalist who works for UPI in Amman. She has been the Jordan correspondent for Middle East International since 1995.   (UPI, unfortunately, was bought in 2000 by the right-wing Unificatio ...

Sanaa Abdallah (alias for this person)

Stéphanie Latte Abdallah

Stéphanie Latte Abdallah is a researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique/Institut de Recherches et d'Etudes sur le Monde Arabe   ...

Kamal Abdeen

Rich Wiles reports (24 February 2014) ...

Ahmed Abdel-Aziz

Ahmed Abdel-Aziz ... Commander of the Egyptian Commando force in Palestine in 1948   ...

Mohamed Abdel-Baky

Mohamed Abdel-Baky ...   ...

Hakam Abdel-Hadi

Hakam Abdel-Hadi Hakam Abdelhadi wurde 1939 in Jenin, im Norden Palästinas, geboren. Damals war Palästina noch britisches Mandatsgebiet. Sein Vater verdiente den Lebensunterhalt für die zwölfköpfige Familie als Gerichtsschreiber. Nach dem Abitur folgte Hakam Abdelhadi 1958 einem ehemaligen Schulkameraden zum Studium nach Deutschland. In Aachen wollte er auf Wunsch des Vaters Ingenieurwesen studie ...

Abdel-Hadi_family

The Abdel-Hadi family, based in Arrabah, were prominent in 19th-century Nablus ...   ...

Saleh Abdel-Jawwad (alias for this person)

Abdel Razak Abdel-Kader

Abdel-Razak Abdel-Kader (1914-), born in Damascus, was a descendant of the 19th-century Algerian resistance leader Abdelkader El Djezairi who had died in exile in Ottoman-ruled Syria.   Abdel-Razak Abdel-Kader favoured Israeli-Arab reconciliation in the 1960s and was the subject of a controversy during the pr ...

Omayma Abdel-Latif

A description will eventually be posted here.   ...

Anouar Abdel-Malek

Anouar Abdel-Malek ...   ...

Sherine Abdel-Razek

Sherine Abdel-Razek ...   ...

Omar Abdel-Razeq (alias for this person)

Haidar (Haider) Abdel-Shafi (alias for this person)

Moheiddin/Muheiddin Abdel-Shafi

Sheikh Moheiddin Abdel-Shafi (1872-1954; some sources say 1955) ... head of the Higher Islamic Council (Waqf - the authority which administered the affairs of the Muslims in Palestine) and custodian of the holy places in Gaza and (from 1925-27) Hebron.   Palestinian notable from Gaza; member of the 'ulama (religious notables); served for the Ottomans until World War I; director of waq ...

Salah Abdel-Shafi

Salah Abdel-Shafi ... economist son of Haidar Abdel-Shafi.   ...

Sami Abdel-Shafi

Sami Abdel-Shafi is co-founder of Emerge Consulting Group, a management consultancy in Gaza City.   He is a nephew of Haidar Abdel-Shafi   ...

Soha Abdelaty

Soha Abdelaty ...   ...

Ahmed_Saed_Qassam Abdelaziz

Ahmed Saed Qassam Abdelaziz is a Palestinian former prisoner from Jenin. He was released on 29 October 2013.(source)     ...

Ahmad Hilmi Abdelbaqi

Ahmad Hilmi Abdelbaqi (1882-1963), Pasha, ...   ...

Reem Abdelhadi

Reem Abdelhadi ...   ...

Rima Abdelkader

Rima Abdelkader a member of the Network of Arab-American Professionals of New York (NAAP-NY).   Abdelkader has worked as a print and TV journalist in the United Nations and as a New York Correspondent for Bridges TV.   Her work has been published in both domestic and international news media, from O ...

Riad Z. Abdelkarim

Dr. Riad Z. Abdelkarim of Anaheim, California, writes the monthly "Islam in America" column for the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs.   ...

Joseph_Nasrallah Abdelmasih

Joseph Nasrallah Abdelmasih is the director of Media for Christ, an anti-islamic propaganda group implicated in the Innocence of Muslims video.   ...

Ziad K. Abdelnour

Ziad K. Abdelnour is a New York based investment banker and financier. In 1997, he, along with 56 other Lebanese American activists, founded a right-wing pressure group called the United States Committee for a Free Lebanon (USCFL).   ...

Hecataeus of Abdera

Hecataeus of Abdera ... principal historian to Ptolemy ‘Saviour’. Some sources suggest, but this is disputed, that he was the first Greek historian who mentioned the Jews.   ...

Abed Abdi

Abed Abdi (1942-) ...   ...

Geneive Abdo

Geneive Abdo was (2000) Middle East correspondent for the Guardian newspaper.  ...

Jean Abdo

Colonel Jean Abdo was (from 1977 to 1983) the head of Lebanese military intelligence (referred to as the Deuxième Bureau) and one of the Americans' most trusted friends in the Lebanese establishment. During his tenure as intelligence boss, Abdo was widely reputed to have helped arrange Bashir Gemayel's election as president in 1982, shortly after the Israeli military had invaded Lebanon as fa ...

Nahla Abdo

Nahla Abdo is a professor of Sociology at Carleton University in Ottawa. She has published extensively on women and the state in the Middle East with special focus on Palestinian women. Among the publications is Sociological Thought: Beyound Eurocentric Theory (1996). She contributed to the establishment of the Women’s Studies Institute at Birzeit University and helped to found the Gender Resear ...

Nyier Abdou

Nyier Abdou ...   ...

Janan Abdu

Janan Abdu is a Palestinian activist and researcher. She has written about Palestinian oral history, social activism and pedagogy, and has participated in founding educational and feminist organisations. Her husband is Amir Makhoul, the Palestinian human rights activist.  ...

Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul (1962-) is an American actress.   ...

Ghaith Abdul-Ahad

Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, an Iraqi national, has written for The Guardian since 2004 and is on the newspaper's staff. He has spent long periods in Somalia, Sudan, Iraq and Afghanistan. He was arrested near Sabratha in March 2001 while reporting on the uprising in Libya.   ...

'Abdu'l-Baha

'Abdu'l-Baha (1844-1921) ...   ...

Dina bint Abdu'l-Hamid

Dina bint Abdu'l-Hamid ... first wife of Hussein ibn Talal, King of Jordan ... later married Salah Taamari  ...

Bakr Abdul-Haq

Bakr Abdul-Haq is (2012) a writer and photographer for Nablus TV   ...

Hussain Abdul-Hussain

Hussain Abdul-Hussain is an Iraqi who has spent most of his life in Lebanon and returned shortly after the war – initially he was a cheerleader for the US Marines. Originally he was a reporter for The Daily Star in Beirut, but recently based in Washington DC.   Possible ...

Muhammad Fakhri Abdul-Nabi

Al Haq reports (6 September 2013) ...

Rami Abdul-Rahman

Rami Abdul-Rahman is (2012) the director of the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights   ...

Khaled Abdul-Wahab

Khaled Abdul-Wahab ...   ...

Qasim Abdul-Zahra

Qasim Abdul-Zahra ... ...

Kamal Abdulfattah

Kamal Abdulfattah ...   ...

Izzat Salah Abdulhadi

Australian Workers' Union reports (30 July 2009) ...

Rabab Abdulhadi

Rabab Abdulhadi Palestinian resident of Nablus.   ...

Abdul Rahman Abdullah

Abdul Rahman Abdullah ... intrerpreter who was with James Miller when he was killed by the Israeli army in the Gaza Strip in May 2003.   ...

Anita Abdullah

Anita Abdullah is on the coordinating committee for the Campaign for the Right of Entry/Re-Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territory. She is a researcher at Birzeit University, Institute of Community and Public Health. She is married to Ghassan Abdullah, a Palestinian.   ...

Daud Abdullah

Dr. Daud A. Abdullah is (2006) the deputy secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain.   Daud Abdullah was born in Grenada where he received his early education. He obtained his first degree from the University of Guyana in 1981 and was awarded a scholarship to study Arabic language at King Saud University in Saudi Arabia. In 1984 he joined the University of Khartoum to pursu ...

Ghassan Abdullah

Dr. Ghassan Abdullah has a PhD in educational development from Newport State University; 45 in 2002, he is a lecturer in education at Al-Quds University who had been involved in dialogues with Israeli peace activists for many years. He is the Palestinian co-director of Middle East Children Association (MECA).   ...

Samir Abdullah

Samir Abdullah is the Ramallah-based planning minister who drew up a Palestinian "plan" for the Annapolis "Peace Assembly".   ...

Wassim Abdullah

Wassim Abdullah ... Technical director for Al Quds University, Al Quds Educational Television, Ramallah - Palestine  ...

Ghassan Abdullah_(2)

Ghassan Abdullah_(2) ...   ...

Wahid Abdulmajid (alias for this person)

Rawan Abdulnabi

Rawan Abdulnabi ...   ...

Muhammad Abdul_Bari

Muhammad Abdul Bari is "an educationalist, writer and freelance parenting consultant. He is former Secretary General of Muslim Council of Britain (2006-10)."  ...

Abdul_Hamid_(Sultan_of_Turkey)

Abdul Hamid (Sultan of Turkey) ...   ...

Hussam Abdu_(Abdo)

Hussam Abdu ...   ...

Yael Abecassis

Yael Abecassis ...   ...

George T. Abed

Dr. George T. Abed, a 66-year old Palestinian UC Berkeley-trained economist with Jordanian nationality, retired in 2005 from a senior position at the International Monetary Fund and, in April 2005, was appointed to a four-year term as governor of the Palestine Monetary Authority.   ...

Mohammed Abed

Mohammed Abed (mabed@badgerherald.com) is (2006) a final year graduate student in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. As an activist, he has worked for the rights of the Palestinian refugees with Al-Awda, the Palestine Right to Return Coalition. He has also worked with the University of Wisconsin Divest from Israel Campaign.   ...

Samir Abed-Rabbo

Dr. Samir Abed-Rabbo is an author and professor emeritus in the field of international law. He is director of the Center for Arabic and Islamic Studies in Brattleboro, Vermont.   ...

Huma Abedin

Natasha Mozgovaya reports ...

Mohammad_Khalil Abed_Rabbo

Mohammad Khalil Abed Rabbo is a Palestinian photojournalist from East Jerusalem.    Resources     Facebook page    ...

Rasim Abeedat

Addameer reports ...

Motaz Abeedo

  Al Haq reports ...

Johannes Abeling

Johannes Abeling (1977) is based in Amsterdam. He works as a freelance photographer for several newspapers, magazines and organizations. His pictures have been published by, amongst others, Her Parool, Utrechts Nieuwsblad, Arcam, SNV, Medicins Sans Frontiers, Plan International, Internationale Samenwerking, Nieuwe Revu ...

Irving Abella

Irving Abella is a past president of UIAFC's Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) and co-founder in 2003 of a university faculty "Israel advocacy" organization in Toronto.   ...

Eden Abergil

Eden Abergil ... female Israeli soldier from Ashdod who abused Palestinian prisoners   ...

Reuven Abergil (alias for this person)

Sahar Abergil

Sahar Abergil (IOF Lt. Col.) is (2012) commander of the special elite unit Yahalom.   ...

Yoram Abergil

Shirley Sieder reports (27 May 2014) ...

Shalom Aberjil

Rabbi Shalom Aberjil of Petah Tikva ...   ...

Nino Abesadze

Nino Abesadze MK (Kadima) since November 2010. He is a former journalist working in the Russian media in Israel.   ...

Maria Abi-Habib

Maria Abi-Habib is a Beirut-based journalist.   ...

Georges Abi-Saab

Georges Abi-Saab is (2002) a member of the Appellate Body of the World Trade Association, and was until recently Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva. He is Honorary Professor of Law at Cairo University. He is a Member of the Institute of International Law. ...

Nisrine Abiad

Nisrine Abiad is (2007) a research fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law.   ...

Rasim Abid

Rasim Abid is a graduate student in Monterey Institute of international studies - California.   ...

Ibrahim Abidat

Ibrahim Abidat ... lawyer   ...

Abila_family

Abila family ...   ...

Joseph William Abileah

Joseph William Abileah (1915-1994) was the first person sentenced for conscientious objection by the Israeli state.   A violinist, Abileah was born in Austria. His father, Ephraim Abileah (born Niswizski; 1881-1953), who was was among the founders of the Society for Jewish Folk Music in St. Petersburg in 1901, was a pacifist during World War I, and left for Palestine in 1923, sending f ...

Rae Abileah

Rae Abileah is an American Jew, whose father's family is from Israel - in this book chapter, she say he was an alcoholic who abused her mother.   She lives in San Francisco, CA. She works with CODEPINK Women for Peace and can be reached at rae@codepinkalert.org.   Police arrested Abileah at the Geor ...

Edward G. Abington

Edward G. Abington, Jr., was (1993-1997) US consul general in Jerusalem.   In 1999, Abington, working at Bannerman & Associates, became an adviser to, and lobbyist for, the Palestinian Authority. The initial contract was $2.25 million for three years. After Hamas defeated Fatah in the Palestinian legislative election in 2006, Abington consulted only for President Mahmoud Abbas. That lat ...

Abu Abir (alias for this person)

Michel Abitbol

Michel Abitbol (born in April 14, 1943 in Morocco) is a Moroccan Jewish research fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.   Abitbol a dirigé l'Institut Ben Zvi de Jérusalem de 1978 à 1981, puis de 1987 à 1994. Il a été invité dans des université américaines et française. Il est professeur à l'Université hébraïque de Jérusalem et directeur scientifique du Centre international de rec ...

John Abizaid

General John Philip Abizaid (1951-) ...   ...

Aṣḥama ibn Abjar

Aṣḥama ibn Abjar ...   ...

Kira Ablamonitz_(Ablamunits)

Kira Ablamunits is (2006) studying literature and political science at the Open University in Israel.   ...

Paula Abood

Paula Abood is a Sydney-based community development worker/activist, writer and film-maker. She has worked with immigrant and refugee women in a diversity of settings for more than thirteen years, focusing on community cultural development. She has written for performance and radio as well as being a founding editor of Xtext journal.   Her debut short film,  Of Middle Eastern Appe ...

Sami Abou-Shehade

Sami Abou-Shehade ... from Jaffa ... member of the Zochrot Board of Directors   ...

Jaoudat Abouazza

Jaoudat Abouazza ...   ...

José Aboulker

José Aboulker ...   ...

James G. Abourezk

James George Abourezk (b. 1931) represented South Dakota in the U.S. Senate from 1973 to 1979 and in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1971 to 1973. Abourezk was the first Arab-American to serve in the U.S. Senate. He practices law in his home state.   While in the US Congress Abourezk was the target of the Israeli lobby which orchestrated smear campaigns, espionage, and even an assas ...

Oday Aboushi

Oday Aboushi (born: 5 June 1991) is an American football guard and tackle for the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL). Aboushi played college football for the University of Virginia. He was selected by the Jets in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.  ...

Ahmed Aboutaleb

Ahmed Aboutaleb is (2009) the mayor of Rotterdam.   ...

Mohammed Aboutrika

Mohammed Aboutrika ...   ...

Rania Abouzeid

Rania Abouzeid is (2003) a staff writer for the Daily Star in Beirut.   ...

Paul Abowd

Paul Abowd is a recent graduate from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He was a contributing editor for a leftist student monthly called the Michigan Independent and active with Students Allied for Freedom and Equality, a group of students devoted to Palestinian human rights and an end to occupation and apartheid in Palestine/Israel. He is currently working as a glass artist in Northern Mic ...

Thomas Abowd

Thomas Philip Abowd was (2000) a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Columbia University. His dissertation focuses on the politics of space, racism, and the production of history in contemporary Jerusalem. Before that did his undergraduate studies at the Univ. of Michigan – Ann Arbor.  ...

Abrahah

Negus Abrahah ... some sources say he was from Adulis ... he was viceroy ('negus') of the principality of Sabaʾ in Yemen for the (Christian) emperors of Ethiopia in the early/middle sixth century ... built the ...

Bustan Abraham

Bustan Abraham ...   ...

David Abraham

David Abraham, aged 46 in January 2010, currently (January 2010) the chief executive of UKTV, has been appointed as chief executive of Channel 4. ...   ...

Laura Abraham

Laura Abraham ... founded The Peace Cycle in 2004.   ...

Matthew Abraham

Matthew Abraham is an Associate Professor of English within the RCTE Program. Professor Matthew Abraham's research interests include the dynamics of intellectual controversy around the Israel-Palestine conflict, conceptions of academic freedom, critical race theory, public intellectuals, postcolonial rhetorics, and presidential rhetoric.  Bloomsbury ...

Nabeel Abraham

Nabeel Abraham teaches anthropology and is director of the Honors Program at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan.  He was a regular columnist for the media criticism magazine  Lies of Our Times  (until it ceased publication). He is an expert on media criticism, and the way Arab ...

S. Daniel Abraham

S. Daniel Abraham (1924-) is a businessman implicated in some deals pertaining to Bank Leumi for which he seems to have obtained help from Ehud Olmert. Abraham is one of the main backers of AIPAC. He also founded and funded the ...

Tzedaka Abraham

Tzedaka Abraham is an Israeli retired officer who together with Yair Klein trained the Colombian paramilitaries during the 1980s.   ...

Ervand Abrahamian

Ervand Abrahamian, (B.A., M.A., Oxford University; Ph.D. Columbia University), an Armenian born in Iran and raised in England, teaches (2005) at the CUNY Graduate Center and is the author of Iran Between Two Revolutions, Tortured Confessions, and Inventing the Axis ...

Floriano Abrahamowicz

Floriano Abrahamowicz ...   ...

David Abrahams

David Martin Abrahams ... member of Labour Friends of Israel   ...

HJ Abrahams

HJ Abrahams ...   ...

Israel Abrahams

Israel Abrahams ... co-founded the Jewish Religious Union with Oswald John Simon and Claude Montefiore   In 1886, with Claude Montefiore, he founde ...

Lionel Abrahams

Sir Lionel Abrahams (1869-1919) ... ... of the (British) India Office ... member of the committee, formed in December 1917, to convene a conference of Anglo-Jewry to consider means of furthering the policy laid down in the Balfour Declaration. The other members of the committee were Lord Rothschild, Sir ...

Marvin Abrahamson

Prof. Marvin Abrahamson was a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin   ...

Abraham_Fund

Abraham Fund ...   ...

Cláudio Abramo

Cláudio Abramo (1923-1987) ... journalist who headed the newsroom at Folha de S. Paulo where he seems to have mentored Otavio Frias Filho, the current owner of the paper, who was the son of the then-owner.   ...

Jack Abramoff

Jack Abramoff lobbyist and fund-raiser for extreme settlers. Propagandist for US Rep Tom Delay.   ...

S. Zalman Abramov (alias for this person)

Shlomo Zalman Abramov

Shlomo Zalman Abramov ... in the 1960s was an MK for the General Zionists and a member of the Committee to Prevent the Nuclearization of the Middle East   ...

Amnon Abramovic (alias for this person)

Amnon Abramovich (alias for this person)

Dvir Abramovich

Dvir Abramovich is (2014) chair of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation Commission (Australia).   ...

Roman Abramovich

Roman Abramovich is a Jewish Russian tycoon, owner of oil fields in Siberia, owner of the Chelsea football club, and donor to settlers taking over land in East Jerusalem.   ...

Aharon Abramovitch

Aharon Abramovitch is (2007) a senior Israeli diplomat.   ...

Henry Abramovitch

Henry Abramovitch, born in Canada, is (2005) president of the Israel Institute for Jungian Psychology and teaches in the School of Mecicine at Tel Aviv University.   ...

Amnon Abramovitz

Amnon Abramovitz is (2003) a senior commentator at Israel TV's Channel One.   ...

Leon Abramowicz

Léon Abramowicz ...   ...

Ari Abramowitz

Ari Abramowitz is a hard-line zionist radio talk show host. He is a blogger at The Land of Israel   ...

Israel Abramowitz

Dr. Israel Abramowitz (1928-) ... former chairman South African Jewish Board of Deputies  ...

Ken Abramowitz

Ken Abramowitz, of American Friends of Likud and American Friends of Hebrew University, ...   ...

Kenneth S. Abramowitz

Kenneth S. Abramowitz is a New York businessman and partner in NGN Capital, which describes itself as "a venture capital firm dedicated to health-care investing."[1] He is a major funder for extreme right-wing causes in Israel and the United States.  Kenneth's wife is Nira Abramowitz, also funder and cheerl ...

Mayer Abramowitz

Born in 1919 in Jerusalem (where both his parents were also born), Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, at the age of nine, came with his family to Hartford, Conn. He received his education in New York, attending Yeshivas there. His family returned to Palestine in 1935 but he remained in the US because he had a scholarship to Yeshiva College . He received his B.A. from Yeshiva University and his M.A. an ...

Morton L. Abramowitz

This is what Diana Johnstone, the eminent left-journalist, had to say about him:  "Presidents come and go but the continuity of U.S. policy is ensured by a small elite of policy-makers who remain outside party politics – and often outside public view. An influential member of this foreign policy establishment is  Morton Abramowitz , whose career has involved him with both the ...

Nira Abramowitz

Nira Abramowitz is a funder and cheerleader of Israeli right-wing politicians, e.g., Benjamin Netanyahu. Her husband is Kenneth S. Abramowitz, the hardline right-wing millionaire.  ...

Yosef I. Abramowitz

Yosef I. Abramowitz is president of the Arava Power Company and lives on Kibbutz Ketura with his wife Susan Silverman-Abramowitz and their children. ...

Alan R. Abrams

Alan R. Abrams, chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer of Servidyne Inc. Abrams resigned in 2007 from an advisory group of the Carter Center in protest against Jimmy Carter's book,  Palestine: Peace not Apartheid .   ...

Elliott Abrams

Elliott Abrams is one of the most rabid ziocons. In March 1980, Abrams married Rachel Decter, daughter of conservative pundits Norman Podhoretz and Midge Decter.   ...

Floyd Abrams

Floyd Abrams:  B.A., Cornell; J.D., Yale. Partner, Cahill Gordon & Reindel. Chair of several American Bar Association Committees on freedom of speech and of the press. Visiting lecturer, Yale Law School; instructor, Columbia University School of Law; adjunct professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; co-counsel to The New York Times in the Pentagon Papers case; cases a ...

Harry Abrams

Harry Abrams is a Victoria businessman and British Columbia representative for the League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith, Canada.   Prof. William A. Cook report ...

Rachel Abrams

Rachel Abrams, a writer and blogger associated with the militarist "pro-Israel" group the Emergency Committee for Israel, is a member of a well-established neoconservative family. Her spouse, Elliott Abrams is a veteran of both the Ronald R ...

Rebecca Abrams

Rebecca Abrams ...   ...

Paula Abrams-Hourani

Paula Abrams-Hourani is an American Jew who is married to a Palestianian writer and who has lived in Vienna for many years.   ...

Irit Abramski-Bligh

Dr. Irit Abramski-Bligh ... a researcher at Yad Vashem  ...

Chimen Abramsky

Chimen Abramsky (1917-), originally a bookseller, became a professor of modern Jewish History at University College London and a specialist in socialist history. He was also a fellow of St Anthony’s College, Oxford.  Abramsky was a member of the British Communist Party but left it after the 20th Congress of the Soviet Communist Party in 1956 (when Khrushchev revealed the truth about St ...

Matt Abramsky

Matt Abramsky is the former Israel Action Committee (IAC) president at Western Ontario Univ.   ...

Albert Abramson

Albert Abramson (born 1876) was appointed as British adviser to Emir Abdallah on 27 March 1921. He was soon (21 November 1921) replaced by Harry St. John Bridger Philby. Some time later, he was appointed District Commissioner for the Northern District of Palestine.   In 1927, he appointed as Palestine’s second Commissioner of Lands -- the British report to the League of nations for 192 ...

Art Abramson

Art Abramson ...   ...

Glenda Abramson

Glenda Abramson ... University of Oxford, Oxford, U.K.   ...

Larry Abramson

Larry Abramson ... Born in South Africa, 1954, immigrated to Israel in 1961. Abramson was educated at London's Chelsea School of Art. Later he returned to Israel to teach at the Bezalel Academy of Art where since 1992 he has been the Chairman of the Fine Arts department. Abramson's awards include: Israel Museum's Kolliner for a Young Israeli Artist (1979); America Cultural Foundation Award ( ...

Isaac Abravanel

Isaac ben Judah Abrabanel (1437-1508) ...   ...

Susan Abravanel

Susan Abravanel is (2007) chair of AJC's Advocacy Task Force.   ...

Institute For Youth Leaders From Abroad

Institute For Youth Leaders From Abroad ... in Jerusalem, run by the Jewish Agency  ...

Tobias Abse

Dr. Tobias Abse ... Goldsmiths College, London.   ...

Abtalion

Abtalion ...   ...

Omri Abu

Omri Abu ...   ...

Ophir 'Abu

Ophir 'Abu ...   ...

Ya'aqov Hai Abu

Ya'aqov Hai Abu ... according to page 221 of this book, he was "a wealthy Jew of Safed who served as the French consular agent in that town"   ...

Fahed Abu-Akel

Rev. Dr. Fahed Abu-Akel was born in the Galilee. Moderator of the 214th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA), he is a Palestinian-American who serves the church in Atlanta, where, among other things, he directs Christmas International House, a program that matches international students with U.S. families for the Christmas holidays.   ...

Hany Abu-Assad

Hany Abu-Assad was born in 1961 in Nazareth. Together with Rashid Mashrawi (Curfew, Haifa), he set up Ayoul Film in the early 1990s, where he worked as a producer. In 1992, he made his first film. He has produced and directed a number of films for television before moving to cinema. His films have won numerous a ...

Khaled Abu-Awad

Khaled Abu-Awad is (2008) the General Manager of Al-Tariq (The Way), a Palestinian NGO connected with Rev. Moon's Universalist Church. Al Tariq's activities: "summer camps for young people, educating them in the values of democracy, non-violence and dialogue, and inspiring many other groups as well as the parents. ...

Awad Abu-Freih

Dr. Awad Abu-Freih ...   ...

Yusuf Abu-Ghosh

Yusuf Abu-Ghosh an Arab member of the prestate LEHI underground who, in 1947, helped former right-wing Knesset member Geula Cohen escape from a British prison in ...

Saed Jamal Abu-Hijleh

Saed Jamal Abu-Hijleh is a Lecturer in Political and Environmental Geography, Department of Geography, An-Najah National University, he is founder and director of the Center for Global Consciousness, and he is a poet. His mother ...

Shaden Abu-Hijleh

Shaden Abu Hijleh is the mother of Saed Abu-Hijleh. On 11 October 2002, Shaden was assassinated by an Israeli death squad operating in Nablus. Her family set up a memorial website. Her ...

Omar Abu-Jabarin

Omar Abu-Jabarin (19xx-2008) ... was thrown to his death on a main road from aN Israeli police vehicle in June 2008.  ...

Sa'id Abu-Khadra

Sa'id Abu-Khadra (first name unknown) was a Palestinian notable from Jaffa who, around 1930, sold land to the Jewish Ahuza Company. ...   ...

Hala Abu-Khala

Hala Abu-Khala ... works for the Adva Center   ...

As'ad Abu-Khalil (alias for this person)

Abu-Krinat_tribe_of_Israeli_Bedouin

Abu-Krinat tribe of Israeli Bedouin ...   ...

Yasmeen Abu-Laban

Yasmeen Abu-Laban is Professor and Associate Chair (Research) in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta, Canada. She specializes in the politics of gender, racialization, migration and citizenship. She is co-author of Selling Diversity (2002), co-editor of Politics in North America (2008), and editor of Gendering the Nation-State (2008).   Her University of ...

Ibrahim Abu-Lughod

Ibrahim Abu Lughod (1929-2001) was born in Jaffa where his father was a metal manufacturer. He spent most of his life in the struggle for Palestinian rights. In 1948 he and his family took refuge in Nablus and then Amman. In 1950, he went to the United States where he received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Illinois and a PhD in Political Science from Princeton Unive ...

Bashir Abu-Manneh

Bashir Abu-Manneh teaches English at Barnard College, New York. He He earned his BA in English Literature from the University of Haifa, Israel, in 1994 and his D.Phil., in English Literature at the University of Oxford, U.K. In 2003-04, he received a Ford Foundation Post-doctoral Fello ...

Butrus Abu-Manneh

Assoc. Prof. emeritus Butrus Abu-Manneh, who retired in 2002 after thirty years of teaching in the Dept. of Middle East History at the University, was named a Distinguished Citizen of Haifa (Yakir Haifa). He was cited for his “long-standing voluntary activity to advance education and initiate a special education framework in the Arab sector.” Abu Manneh’s academic field of expertise was the O ...

Abed al-Rahman Abu-Moh

Abed al-Rahman Abu-Moh ...   ...

Abdel Rahman Abu-Mukh (alias for this person)

Mohammed Abu-Nimer

Mohammed Abu-Nimer is a Palestinian citizen of Israel. He received BA and MA degrees from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Ph.D. in Conflict Resolution from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, USA. He teaches international peace and conflict resolution at the School of International Service, American University, Washington. See ...

Aref Abu-Rabia

Dr. Aref Abu-Rabia , a Bedu, was appointed head of the Middle Eastern Studies department at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Be'er Sheva, in August 2004.   ...

Safa Abu-Rabia

Akiva Eldar relates:    Next on the dais is a fair-haired young woman in jeans:  Safa Abu-Rabia , a doctoral student at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev's faculty of Oriental Studies. Her father is a Bedouin from the Negev and her mother is an Arab from the North. She has a little girl and is debating how to shape her baby's identity: externalize her Arabic traits or prepar ...

Hamde Abu-Rahme (alias for this person)

Thair Abu-Rass

Thair Abu-Rass is (2013) with the Association for the Advancement of Civic Equality.   ...

Ismael Abu-Saad

Ismael Abu-Saad is a member of the indigenous Negev Bedouin Arab community. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in Educational Policy and Administration. He is currently (2003) an associate professor in the Department of Education, and is the founder of the Center for Bedouin Studi ...

Leila Abu-Saba

Leila Abu-Saba ... Lebanese-American whose family was from the area where Ein el-Hilweh refugee camp now lies. She died of cancer in October 2009  ...

Ibrahim Abu-Sabih

Ibrahim Abu-Sabih ...   ...

'Imad Abu-Shamsiyeh

'Imad Abu-Shamsiyeh is (2013) a volunteer for B'Tselem   ...

Rajab Abu-Sirriyah

Rajab Abu-Sirriyah ...   ...

Abdallah (Abdullah) Musa Abu-Sitta

Abdullah Musa Abu Sitta (1918-1970) Born in Ma'in Abu Sitta in 1918; attended Al-Rawda College in Jerusalem; joined the Arab Revolt (1936-39) and became leader of the southern district of As-Saba’; liberated with his comrades Bir As-Saba’ from the British in 1938 and established a national rule in the area for a ...

Ahsan Abu-Sitta

Yaniv Kubovich reports (17 September 2013) ...

Hamed (Hamid) Abu-Sitta

Hamed Abu-Sitta ... one of the founders of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) ... head of the PLO's Occupied Homeland Affairs Department ... he was one of the independent representatives in the executive committee of the PLO   ... a cousin of ...

Hussein (Hsein) Dahshan Abu-Sitta

Sheikh Hussein (Hsein) Dahshan Abu-Sitta (1882-1970) was a tribal leader; during the British Mandate he served as a member of the Tribal Court and Agricultural Council. In 1935, he became one of the founders of the Palestinian Arab Party and, in 1942, he was a member of the delegation of Palestinian Arabs to the High Commissioner. Towards the end of World War II, he resumed an active role in the ...

Salman Abu-Sitta

Salman Abu-Sitta (1938-) was 9 years old when he was forced, with the rest of his family, to flee the family home in Beir al-Sabe' (Beersheba) District in 1948. Later, he graduated from the University of Cairo and received a PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of London. Dr. Salman Abu-Sitta is a former member of the Palestine National Council (for 20 years). He is founder of the ...

Mohammed_Khalil_Adnan Abu-Sneina

Mohammed Khalil Adnan Abu-Sneina ...    Amos Harel reports:    The story of  Mohammed Abu-Sneina , the head of the recently uncovered cell, is of particular interest as his father, a Fatah member, was also involved in terrorism and killed two Jews in Jerusalem in the 1970s. He was convicted and sentenced to life but was released in 1985 as part of a prisone ...

Ahsan Abu-Srur

Ahsan Abu-Srur (c. 1956-2013) ... from the Askar refugee camp near Nablus ...   ...

Ahmed Abu-Tawahina

Ahmed Abu-Tawahina is (2012) Director of the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme (GCMHP).   ...

Muhammad Abu-Ter (alias for this person)

Muhammad Abu-Yasin

Muhammad Abu-Yasin ... from Jaffa ... drug dealer ... sold TNT and guns to the Irgun Zeva'i Le'umi   ...

Nadia Abu-Zahra

Nadia Abu-Zahra is Assistant Professor of Globalisation and Development at the University of Ottawa. She is currently on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences and has worked across the Middle East, Asia, and Central America. She is the author of 12 articles and book chapters on mobility in Palestine.  ...

Sufian Abu-Zayda

Sufian Abu-Zayda (1960-) born in Jebalya refugee camp ... his family was exiled in 1948 from the village of Kfar Burayr where Kibbutz Bror Hayil now stands, ...

Sufyan Abu-Zayda

From the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (Herzliya) Speakers and Panelists List:   Dr.  Sufyan Abu-Zayda  is Former Minister of Prisoner Affairs at the Palestinian Authority; Lecturer, Al-Quds University, PA   Sufyan Abu Zayda is Dire ...

Amineh Abu-Zayyad

Dr. Amineh Abu-Zayyad ... 2nd wife of George Galloway   ...

Daniel Abu-Ziam (alias for this person)

Shmuel Abuav

Shmuel Abuav was a Labor candidate in the January 2003 Knesset elections from the Haifa district, and heads the Kiryat Tivon local council.  ...

Hatem Abudayyeh

Maureen Clare Murphy reports (26 October 2013):181706     ...

Hanaa Abueid

Hanaa Abueid ... Hanaa Yusuf Ibraheem Abu Eid - originally from the Sheikh Muwanis   ...

Izeldeen Abuelaish (alias for this person)

Izzeldin Abuelaish

Izzeldin Abuelaish (1955-), MD, MPH, is a Palestinian physician and infertility expert who was born and raised in the Jabalia refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. Abuelaish's grandfather was the mukhtar, or chief, of the northern Negev village of Kufr Huj. His father, who in 1948 was worried about the consequences of the ...

Elias Abuelazam

Ed White reports (17 August 2014) ...

Nasser Abufarha

Nasser Abufarha, originally from Jenin, is the founder of the Alternative Palestinian Agenda, an organization based in Madison Wisconsin   ...

Tareq AbuFayyad

Charlotte Silver reports ...

Aharon Abuhatzeira

Aharon Abuhatzeira (1938-) ... Born in Morocco, Aharon Abuhatzeira was elected to the Knesset in 1974 and 1977 as a National Religious Party member and served as minister of religious affairs in the first government of Menachem Begin. In 1981, he founded and chaired TAMI, a party identified with Israel's Moroccan community. He was elected to the Knesset with TAMI in 1981 and 1984. He subsequentl ...

Elazar Abuhatzeira

Rabbi Elazar Abuhatzeira caught defrauding/embessling his community. As Haaretz (Yanir Yagna and Natasha Mozgovaya) put it: "popular kabbalist in Be'er Sheva has defrauded American Jews by reportedly taking hundreds of thousands of dollars for promises that he would use kabbala to help people who wanted blessings, amulets or promises to cure the terminally ill."   Elazar is the son of ...

Yaakov Abuhatzeira

Rabbi Yaakov Abuhatzeira (died 1880) ... born in Tafillalt, Morocco, and died in Damanhour, Egypt. Apparently, he was revered by both Moroccan Jews and Moroccan Muslims.   Rabbi Yisrael Abuhatzeira was his grandson.   ...

Yisrael Abuhatzeira

Yisrael Abuhatzeira (1890-1984; known as Baba Sali, "praying father") ... a local "saint", whose cunning witchcraft helped him assemble a large following of obedient voters in Israel, comprised almost exclusively of poor Sephardi Jews. ... his grave is in Netivot  He was a grandson of ...

Saif Abukeshek

Saif Abukeshek ... "I was born in June 1981 in Nablus. I lived most of my life in Askar refugee camp as my family were expelled from Jaffa in 1948. I started my activisim in 1996 by working with youth and children. I participated with several voluntary camps to work with the children in the refugee camps. In 2000 I was shot in the chin by the Israeli military during a demonstration for t ...

As'ad AbuKhalil

As'ad AbuKhalil (b. March 1960) is author of  The Battle for Saudi Arabia  (Seven Stories, 2004),  Bin Laden, Islam and America's War on Terror  (Seven Stories, 2002) and the  Historical Dictionary of Lebanon  (Rowman & Littlefield, 1998). He is a professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus and visiting professor at University of Califo ...

M A AbuKhalil

M. A. (Angela) AbuKhalil (Angela Clifford) was born to a Jewish mother (Hedi Aufrichtig, an Austrian Jewish refugee to Palestine in the 1930s) and a Palestinian Arab father.   ...

Jalal Abukhater

Jalal Abukhater is a Palestinian blogger with electronicIntifada.    Resources     Electronic Intifada profile    ...

Maher Abukhater

Maher Abukhater is a Palestinian journalist based in the West Bank city of Ramallah.   ...

Ali Abukhattab

Ali Abukhattab ...   ...

Hayim b. Jacob Abulafia

Hayim b. Jacob Abulafia (1660-1744), a native of Tiberias, was chief rabbi of Izmir (Smyrna) from 1720 until 1740, when he returned to Tiberias along with his disciples and restored the Jewish settlement in that city, having received the as ...

Susan J. Abulhawa

Susan J. Abulhawa is a Palestinian freelance writer who was born to refugees of the Six Day War of 1967. After living in Kuwait and spending three years in Dar El-Tifl El-Arabi, the East Jerusalem orphanage that was established by ...

Musa Abumarzuq

Musa Abumarzuq is deputy head of Hamas's political bureau   ...

Ali Abunimah

Ali Hasan Abunimah is a Palestinian-American media critic. He is vice-president of the Arab American Action Network, a Chicago-based social service and advocacy organization. His media commentaries on the Middle East have appeared widely. He ...

Hasan AbuNimah

Hasan AbuNimah (also transliterated as "Abu Nimah") is a Palestinian citizen of Jordan. Originally from Battir, he lost his home in the West Bank after the 1967 invasion. A former Jordanian envoy to Italy, Portugal, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg, he was also the permanent representative of Jordan at the United Nations ...

Sarab Aburabia-Queder

Dr. Sarab Aburabia-Queder is a lecturer at the Blaustein Institute for Desert Research of Ben-Gurion University, and a feminist activist in the Bedouin community.   ...

Wafaa Aburahma

Wafaa H. Aburahma is a Gaza-based translator. A refugee from the village of Aqer in historic Palestine, she lives in Nuseirat camp in Gaza. She has an English literature degree from the Islamic University of Gaza.  ...

Issam Aburaiya

Dr. Issam Aburaiya is faculty at Seton Hall Univ., New Jersey. Aburaiya is a former (2004) a Visiting Scholar at the Middle East Institute, Columbia University, and a researcher at the Harry S Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  ...

Arwa Aburawa

Arwa Aburawa is a freelance journalist based in the UK who writes on the Middle East, the environment and various social issues. ...

Ramzi Aburedwan

Al Kamandjâti about us:    Al Kamandjati is a non-profit organization founded October 2002. Its beginning revolves around a young Palestinian,  Ramzi Aburedwan , who spent his entire childhood in the Al-Amari refugee camp in Ramallah. He then went to Angers , France to study a ...

Mohammed Khalil ('Abu Said') Aburish

Mohammed Khalil Aburish (1909-2005), called Abu Said after his eldest son, Said K. Aburish, was born in Bethany, Palestine, the third son of the village chief, Khalil Aburish. He became the "grand old man of the Time Beirut bureau", where he worked for 37 years until his retirement in 1989.   ...

Said K. Aburish

Said Khalil Aburish (1935-2012) is a Palestinian writer and journalist who, towards the end of his life, lived in London. He is descended from a family which lived in the village of Bethany, outside Jerusalem.   He is a son of Mohammed Khalil Aburish, who worked in Beirut for TIME from 1952 until his retiremen ...

Raed Abusahlia

Father Raed Abusahlia Holy Family Church in Ramallah ...

sha abusalma

sha abusalma ...   ...

Munir Abushi

Munir Abushi ... former governor of Salfit   ...

Yousef Abusisi

Yousef Abusisi ... brother of Dirar Abu Sisi   ...

AbdelFattah Abusrour

Dr. AbdelFattah Abusrour (1963-) is (2008) the director of Al-Rowwad Cultural and Theatre Training Center, an independent centre for artistic, cultural, and theatre training for children in Aida Camp, which tries to provide a "safe" and healthy environment to help children's creativity and discharge the stress of the ...

Khader Abusway

Khader Abusway is a Palestinian journalist and an analyst with the Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre.   ...

Hamid Abutalebi

Hamid Abutalebi ...   ...

Assi Abutbul

Assi Abutbul ...   ...

Khadrah Jean Jaser AbuZant

Khadrah Jean Jaser AbuZant, 19 in 2009, was the Palestinian winner of the Simcha Bahiri Youth Essay Contest. She lives in Tul Karm and is a third-year psychology student at An-Najah National University. She is active in Seeds of Peace.   ...

Ziad AbuZayyad

Ziad AbuZayyad is editor of the Palestine-Israel Journal, and a former minister and PLC member in the Palestinian Authority.   Abu Zayyad's Palestine-Israel Journal profile.    ...

Muhammad Abuzeid

Muhammad Abuzeid is (2006) the Director general of the Federation of Unions of Palestinian University Professors and Employees   ...

Ibrahim Abu_Ali

Ibrahim Abu Ali is a former prisoner from Gaza released at the end of 2013.   ...

Mohammed_Tasyir Abu_Awad

Mohammed Tasyir Abu Awad is (2012) a 19 year-old-demonstrator severely injured -- with brain damage -- due to the Israeli firing of a high velocity tear gas canister.   ...

Abu_Basma

Abu Basma is a regional council in the Negev representing about 90,000 Bedouins.   ...

As'ad_Muhammad Abu_Ghosh

As'ad Muhammad Abu Ghosh is a Palestinian who was released from an Israeli prison on 2 September 2012. Since then he has been harassed and imprisoned by the PA collaborators.   ...

Salim_Araf Abu_Ghosh

Akiva Eldar reports ...

Yaser Abu_Hilalah

Yaser Abu Hilalah is an Al Jazeera film director.   ...

Bilal Abu_Hussein

Bilal Abu Hussein is a former prisoner from Jerusalem released at the end of 2013.   ...

Jamal Abu_Jammal

Jamal Abu Jammal is a former prisoner from Jerusalem released at the end of 2013.   ...

Yassin Abu_Khudair

Yassin Abu Khudair is a former prisoner from Jerusalem released at the end of 2013.   ...

Abu_Laban_family

Abu_Laban_family ... owners of orange groves and of the Jaffa Orange brand name in Palestine.   ...

Jamal Khaled Abu_Mohsen

Jamal Khaled Abu Mohsen is a former prisoner from Tubas released at the end of 2013.   ...

Abu_Nidal_Organization_(ANO) (alias for this person)

Faisal Mustafa Abu_Rub

Faisal Mustafa Abu Rub is a former prisoner from Jenin released at the end of 2013.   ...

Giziya Abu_Saleh

Giziya Abu Saleh ...   ...

Nur al-Din Abu_Saleh

Nur al-Din Abu Saleh ... Syrian army general who was a commander in the Damascus area in the early 1970s ... brother of Kamal Kanj Abu Salih   ...

Taher Abu_Saleh

Taher Abu Saleh ...   ...

Kamal Kanj Abu_Salih

Sheikh Kamal Kanj Abu Salih (c. 1916-1983) of Majdal Shams was the most important Druze leader to remain in the Golan after the 1967 war. He had studied law in Jerusalem, Beirut and Damascus, was a colonel in the Syrian army and was elected to the Syrian parliament in 1952. In the mid-1960s Kanj returned to the Golan, where he stood out from the conservative farmers who lived in the villages. Kanj ...

Zohair_M. Abu_Shaban

Zohair M. Abu Shaban is a Palestinian from Gaza, a student of electrical engineering who first received a Fulbright scholarship, but then was told that on the basis of secret evidence his visa into the US had been withdrawn.   Zohair's website  ...

Ramadan Abu_Yacoub

Ramadan Abu Yacoub is a former prisoner from Ramallah released at the end of 2013.   ...

Karen_Koning Abu_Zayd

Karen Koning AbuZayd was appointed head on UNRWA in June 2005. Her term ended on December 2009. Upon departing AbuZayd relates ...

599 other academics

599 other academics who signed this anti-boycott letter to the Guardian in May 2006   ...

Cross-section of Irish academics

Cross-section of Irish academics:   HOUNAIDA ABI HAIDAR, Dept of Geography, TCD; Dr KIERAN ALLEN, School of Sociology, UCD; Prof JAMES ANDERSON, School of Geography, Queen's University Belfast; Prof IVANA BACIK, School of Law, TCD; KEN BOND, Dept of Zoology, Ecology & Plant Science, UCC; Prof JAMES BOWEN, ...

Academics_for_Palestine

"In response to the call from Palestinian civil society for an academic boycott of Israel, we pledge not to engage in any professional association with Israeli academic, research and state institutions and with those representing these institutions, until such time as Israel complies with international law and universal principles of human rights."      &nb ...

Academic_Friends_of_Israel

The Academic Friends of Israel may or may not be the UK affiliate of the International Academic Friends of Israel.   ...

Al-Qasemi Academy

Al-Qasemi Academy is a "Muslim college in Israel... which is located in Baqa el Garbiya in Israel and is known for its moderation and openness. AJC and the college have been working together to deepen understanding between Jews and Muslims". ...

Academy_of_the_Hebrew_Language

The Academy of the Hebrew Language prescribes standards for modern Hebrew grammar, orthography, transliteration, and punctuation. It was created by the Israeli government in 1953 as the successor to the ...

Acanchi

Acanchi is a London-based public relations company specializing in country and city branding projects. In October 2008, the Israeli foreign ministry confirmed that Acanchi would rebrand Israel as a land of achievement.   Principals     Fiona Gilmore – Chairman and Founder     ...

Gilbert Achcar

Gilbert Achcar (b. 1951, Senegal) is a Lebanese-French academic, writer, socialist and antiwar activist. He lived in Lebanon until moving to France in 1983. He taught politics and international relations at the University of Paris VIII until 2003, when he took up a position at the Marc Bloch Centre in Berlin. Since August 2007, Achcar has been Professor of Development Studies and International R ...

Archibald Acheson

Archibald Alexander John Stanley Acheson (1911-1966), 6th Earl of Gosford, was a British peer. In 1957, he was JOINT PARLIAMENTARY UNDER-SECRETARY OF STATE FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS   ...

Dean Acheson

Dean Gooderham Acheson (1893-1971) was born in Middletown, Connecticut. He was educated at Yale University (1912-15) and Harvard Law School (1915-18). At the latter he became a protege of Felix Frankfurter, who got him a job in Washington, where he became private secretary to the Supreme Court Justice, ...

Abba Achimeir

Abba Achimeir (1898-1962), born as (Abba Shaul Geisinovich -- also transliterated as "Gissiniwitz") in the village of Dolgoe in Soligorsk region of Belarus, adopted this name when he migrated to Palestine in 1924. The name, which means "brother of Meir", was chosen in honour of his brother meir who died fighting for the Red Army during the Russian Civil War.   ... a Revisionist Zion ...

Yaakov Achimeir

Yaakov Achimeir is an Israeli newspresenter/interviewer on Channel 1.   ...

Zackie Achmat

Zackie Achmat is a South African AIDS activist who is also afflicted by AIDS. In 2008, he visited the occupied territories. He is (2010) a member of Open Shuhada Street   ...

Achoti (alias for this person)

Andre Aciman

Andre Aciman (1951-) was born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt, to a family of Sephardic Jews who had wandered from Italy to Turkey and then settled in Egypt. Aciman, who grew up in Egypt, Italy and France, now (2003) lives in New York.   ...

Lola Potok Ackerfeld

Lola Potok Ackerfeld (1921-) ... still alive in 1997 ... was commandant of a camp at Gleiwitz (Gliwice) in Silesia after WW2.   Lynda Obst is her daughter   ...

Bruce Ackerman

Bruce Ackerman is a self-declared American liberal.   ...

Carl Ackerman

Carl William Ackerman (1890-1970) was an American journalist, author and educational administrator, the first dean of the Columbia School of Journalism. As a correspondent with the Public Ledger of Philadelphia, in 1919 he published the first excerpts in an English translation of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, changing text to have it appear as an anti-Bolshevist tract. He then reported fr ...

Gary Ackerman

Gary Ackerman is a US Representative (D-NY)  ...

Gwen Ackerman

Gwen Ackerman ...   ...

Joseph Ackerman

Joseph Ackerman ...   ...

Mike Ackerman

Mike Ackerman ...   ...

Peter Ackerman

 Peter Ackerman  is the Chairman of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, Boston. However, he is related to a number of other organizations such as International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (Chairman), Freedom House, Council on Foreign Relations, etc. Peter Ackerman was born 6 November 1946 in New York City. As an undergraduate he attended Colgate University ...

Seth Ackerman

Seth Ackerman is a contributing writer to Extra!, the magazine produced by Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR).  ...

Spencer Ackerman

Spencer Ackerman ...   ...

Josef Ackermann

Josef Ackermann is (2007) chairman of Deutsche Bank,   ...

Tewfik Aclimandos

Tewfik Aclimandos is a historian and is (2011) Egyptian specialist at the Collège de France. He was (2000) an associate professor in Cairo University and (2007) at the American University of Cairo and (2008) a visiting professor at the Sorbonne. ...

ACLU (alias for this person)

ACPC_(American_Committee_for_Peace_in_Chechnya)

ACPC (American Committee for Peace in Chechnya) ... formed in 1999 by people who later became key players in the Bush administration ... membership roster includes omnipresent neocon operator Richard Perle, Elliott Abrams, Kenneth Adelman, Elliot Cohen, Midge Decter, Frank Gaffney, Glen Howard, Robert Kagan, William Kristol, Michael Ledeen, ...

ACRI_(Association_for_Civil_Rights_in_Israel)

The Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) ... website ... founded and almost totally supported by the New Israel Fund   ...

Americans for Democratic Action (alias for this person)

Polish Humanitarian Action

Polish Humanitarian Action ...   ...

Actionaid

Actionaid ...   ...

ActiveStills

ActiveStills, founded in 2005, is a collective of photographers based in Israel/Palestine   ...

ASA Caucus on Academic and Community Activism

ASA Caucus on Academic and Community Activism ... part of the American Studies Association   ...

NYC Activists

NYC Activists ... ...

PSC activists

PSC = Palestine Solidarity Campaign.   ...

Activists_Against_the_Transfer_Wall

Activists Against the Transfer Wall is (May 2003) a collection of Israelis (and possibly others) who are campaigning against Sharon's wall.   ...

Commission of Inquiry in the Matters of Investigation Methods of the General Security Service Regarding Hostile Terrorist Activity (alias for this person)

Mahmoud Taher ad-Dajani

Khaled Nashef reports (19 December 2010) ...

Al-Afdal ibn Salah ad-Din

Al-Afdal ibn Salah ad-Din (c. 1169-1225), popularly known as Al-Afdal was one of seventeen sons of Saladin. He succeeded his father as the second emir of Damascus. ...   ...

Masao Adachi

Masao Adachi ...   ...

Shimon Adaf

Shimon Adaf ...   ...

Adalah (alias for this person)

Adalah-NY

Adalah-NY is a New York based group that is not related to Adalah -- the Palestinian human rights group.   From its About us page:     Background  The Ad-Hoc Coalition for Justice in the Middle East (Justice M.E.) began organiz ...

Adalah-the_Legal_Center_for_Arab_Minority_Rights_in_Israel

Adalah, the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, ...   ...

Frank Adam

Frank Adam ...   ...

Heribert Adam

Heribert Adam, a political sociologist at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, holds an annual visiting appointment at the University of Cape Town. He was born in Germany and educated at the Frankfurt School of critical theory. Professor Adam has published extensivel ...

Ken Adam

Ken Adam ...   ...

Udi Adam

General Udi Adam is (2006) in the Israeli army's Northenr Command   ...

Yekutiel Adam

Yekutiel Adam (1927–1982) ... Deputy Chief of Staff of the Israeli army ... killed at Beaufort Castle while participating in the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon   ...

Yuval Adam

Yuval Adam ... a student activist from Tel-Aviv University and founder of the Student Coalition   ...

Kogila Adam-Moodley (alias for this person)

Joanne Adamchak

Joanne Adamchak ...   ...

Geoffrey Adams

Geoffrey Adams ...   ...

George J. Adams

George Washington Joshua Adams (1811-1880) was born in New Jersey in 1811. In the mid 1860s, he led a schismatic group of Mormons who tried to establish a farming settlement in Palestine.   ...

Gerry Adams

Gerry Adams ...   ...

Hunter Campbell Adams

Hunter Campbell "Patch" Adams, M.D. (born May 28, 1945 in Washington, D.C.) is an American physician, social activist, citizen diplomat, professional clown, performer, and author. He founded the Gesundheit! Institute in 1972. Each year he organizes a group of volunteers from around the world to travel to various countries where they dress as clowns, to bring hope and joy to orphans, patients, an ...

James Adams

James Adams used to be a journalist for the Sunday Times In London. At some time in the 2000s, he was appointed as the host of a programme on Jefferson Public Radio in Oregon. He was also a member of the advisory board of the National Security Agency. He has also narrated audiobooks for ...

Justin L. Adams

Justin Adams is a RAND Corporation Policy Analyst.   ...

Michael Adams

Michael Adams (1920 -2005) was born on the 31st May 1920 in Addis Abba, Ethiopia. He married in Beirut, Lebanon, in July 1958, and at the end of his life lived in Devon.   After studying at Christ Church, University of Oxford, and becoming a prisoner in Germany during the Second World War, he eventually turned to journalism. He became Middle East correspondent for the Guardian in 1956 ...

Miriam Adams

Miriam Adams ... Arab-Jewish Peace Alliance, Albuquerque NM   ...

Nigel Adams

Nigel Adams ... MP for Selby and Ainsty   ...

Paul Adams

In 1989-1992 and, again, in 1997 - 2001, Paul Adams was the BBC's Middle East Correspondent, based in Jerusalem. Events he covered included the Gulf War, Israel's withdrawal from southern Lebanon, the Pope's visit to Israel and the dawning of the year 2000 in Bethlehem.   Before that, he was a BBC reporter based in Belgrade (1993 to 1995) which was followed by two years (1995 to 19 ...

Richard Adams

Richard Adams blogs (2011) on the US from the Guardian's Washington DC bureau.   ...

Vyvyan Adams

Samuel Vyvyan Adams (1900-1951), Conservative MP for Leeds West (1930-1945) ...

Lyn Adamson

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John Adams_(1)

John Adams is an American composer whose works include:  Klinghoffer's Death ,  Nixon in China .   ...

David Adams_(2)

David Adams_(2) ...   ...

John Adams_(2)

John Adams ... US president   ...

Michael Adams_(2)

Michael Adams ... probably, but not definitely, the same person as this Michael Adams   ...

Adam_Smith_Institute

The  Adam Smith Institute  (ASI) is a Westminster based far right "free-market" think tank which wants to dismantle the NHS, sack civil servants and council workers and slash income tax. It received Labour government funding of almost £8m in 2003[1]. It is a member of the Stockholm Network. ASI is involved in funding the Palestinian negotiations unit, but its actions in vetoing or de ...

Dror Adani

Dror Adani was a co-consipirator with Yigal Amir and Hagai Amir in the murder of Yitzhak Rabin.   ...

Yael Adar

Yael Adar ...   ...

Ismail Adara

Ismail Adara is (2012) a Palestinian shepherd working in Bir al Eid. In August 2012, he was severely beaten by masked settlers.   ...

Ahmed Abu Adas

Ahmed Abu Adas ... Palestinian student who is alleged to have taken responsibility for the assassination of Rafik al-Hariri.   This article says:   A previously unknown group calling itself Support and Jihad in Syria and ...

Jane Adas

Jane Adas is a free-lance writer based in New York who has also taught at Rutgers University on America's role in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.    ...

Shafiq (Shafik) Adas

Shafiq (Shafik) Adas, an Iraqi Jewish millionaire businessman from Basra was hanged on 23 September 1948, having been found guilty of selling surplus British arms to Israel. There is some dispute about the nature of the evidence against him -- Zionists claim that he sold merely sold scrap metal to Italy.   ...

Jose Adaszko

Jose Adaszko is (2007) vice president of AMIA, an AJC international partner in Argentina.   ...

Tehmina Adaya

Tehmina Adaya ...   ...

Ben Addelman

Ben Addelman graduated from Concordia University’s Communications Studies program in 2001. He subsequently trained as a cameraman with a Kosovo-based NGO, and worked as assistant editor/producer on a National Geographic series profiling Médecins Sans Frontières. He met Samir Mallal in high school and they later studied together at Concordia. Discordia is his first director credit.   ...

Michael Adebolajo

Michael Adebolajo (1984-) ...   ...

Michael Adebowale

Michael Adebowale (c. 1991-) ...   ...

Howard Adelman

Prof. Howard Adelman (1938-) ... was the Founding Director of the Centre for Refugee Studies at York University.  staff of the Online Content Enhancement Project at York University in Canada ...

Jonathan R. Adelman

Jonathan Adelman ...   From the JNF Speakers Bureau site:   Jonathan Adelman [...] Dissertation advisor of Dr. Condoleezza Rice, Dr. Jonathan Adelman is ... a professor in the Gra ...

Kenneth Adelman

Kenneth Lee Adelman (1946-) is an American diplomat, political writer, policy analyst and William Shakespeare historian.   ...

Miriam Adelson

Miriam Adelson (c. 1945-) is the wife of Sheldon Adelson, the zionist gambling tycoon.  Connie Bruck writes:    Adelson, who separated from Sandra in 1988, met  Miriam Ochshorn  on a blind date the following year. Miriam, an Israeli internist, was at Rockefeller University as a guest investigator on an exchange program, and was living with her two young daughters in ...

Roger Adelson

Roger Adelson is Professor of History at Arizona State University.   ...

Sheldon Adelson

Sheldon Adelson (1933-) is a Jewish American billionaire businessman - a casino/bingo mogul. He is a fervent right-wing zionist funding all sorts of right-wing projects in Israel (e.g., a newspaper), and in the US. He has funded several right-wing think tanks and he is also the main force behind the ...

Hannan Adely

Hannan Adely   ...

Conrad Adenauer (alias for this person)

Konrad Adenauer

Konrad Adenauer ...   ...

Walter Adeney

Dr. Walter Frederic Adeney (1849-1920) ... Congregationalist minister ... educated at the New College London (sometimes known as New College, St. John's Wood, or New College, Hampstead -- it was founded as a Congregationalist college in 1850 by the amalgamation of Coward College, Highbury College, and the theological function of Homerton College, the latter being refounded as a teacher training ...

Robert Aderholt

Robert Aderholt (1965-) is the US Republican Congressman for Haleyville, Alabama. He is recipient of US$36,500 pro-Israel group money since 1996.    “When I go into churches in the 4th District," Aderholt said, "there are only two countries I pray for: ...

Shafiq (Shafik) Ades

Shafiq (Shafik) Ades (1900-1948) ...   ...

Yaakov Ades

Yaakov Ades is a Kabblist rabbi.   ...

Lola Adesioye

Lola Adesioye ...   ...

Jo Adetunji

Jo Adetunji is a Guardian reporter. She lives in London.   ...

Kate Adie

Kate Adie Adie was reported, in January 2003, to be about to quit her job with the BBC after 35 years.   The decision comes as news organisations are gearing up to send reporters to the Gulf for the anticipated war in Iraq. She is quitting her role as chief news correspondent, a title she has held since 1989.   Adie, 57, is one of the BBC's best-known reporters, has made ...

Yigal Adika_('Adiqa)

Yigal Adiqa (1959-) ...   ...

Yossi Adiri

Yossi Adiri ...   ...

Assaf Adiv

Assaf Adiv is (2002) national co-ordinator of the Workers' Advice Centre in Israel.   ...

Ehud Adiv

In 1972 Ehud Adiv (1046-), better known as Udi Adiv, the son of one of the founders of Kibbutz Gan Shmuel (just outside Hadera, on Route 65, the main road from Hadera to Afula. As a paratroop sergeant in the 1967 War, he had rescued wounded s ...

Stav Adivi

Major Stav Adivi is a reserve officer in the Israeli armed forces.   ...

Isabelle Adjani

Isabelle Adjani ...   ...

Alexandre Adler

Alexandre Adler ... political historian   ...

Alfred Adler

Alfred Adler ...   ...

Andrew B. Adler

Andrew Adler is the owner and publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times, who on 13 January 2012 wrote a piece where he listed as one of several options for Netanyahu: to "give the go-ahead for U.S.-based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel in order for the current vice president to take his place and forcefully dictate that the United States’ policy includes its helping ...

Ben Adler

Ben Adler ...   ...

Celia Adler

Celia Adler ...   ...

Cyrus Adler

He was a founder of the Jewish Welfare Board, and an editor of the Jewish Encyclopedia, and part of the committee that translated the Jewish Publication Society version of the Hebrew Bible published in 1917. At the end of World War I, he participarted in the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.   ...

Dan Adler

Dan Adler is an LA based entrepreneur and former CAA executive; he is also involved in dirty-tricks hasbara campaign, i.e., smearing critics of Israel. Adler's other concern is to project a pro-Israel message on US university campuses, and for this purpose he set up "Project Communicate"; it is run by Frank Luntz, the premier hasbara PR guru.   Phil Weiss reports:   Even m ...

Dankmar Adler

Dankmar Adler ...   ...

Devorah Adler

Devorah Adler ... a religious American Jew who moved to the Middle East and now occupies a house in Silwan   She is the wife of Yonatan Adler.   ...

Elkan Adler

Elkan Adler (1861–1946) was an Anglo-Jewish author, lawyer, historian, and collector of Jewish books and manuscripts. Adler's father was Nathan Marcus Adler, Chief Rabbi of the British Empire.   ...

Eric Adler

Eric Adler is (2004) a Ph.D. candidate in classical studies at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.   ...

Fritz Adler

Fritz Adler ...   ...

Gerald M Adler

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Hermann Adler

Hermann Adler ... son of Nathan Marcus Adler ... brother of Elkan Adler   ...

Katya Adler

Katya Adler is a BBC journalist, who has worked for a number of broadcasters across Europe. In November 2006, it was announced that she (and her colleague Tim Franks) would be moving from the BBC's Madrid bureau to the Jerusalem bureau.   Adler was born in London to German-Jewish parents.  ...

Luther Adler

Luther Adler ...   ...

Michael Adler

Rabbi Michael Adler was the senior Jewish chaplain to the British armed forces during World War I. With Edmund Sebag-Montefiore he intervened at the War Office to attempt to stymie plans for a Jewish regiment. Indeed, earlier in the war, in November 1914, he had written to the War Office thanking them for thei ...

Miriam Adler

Miriam Adler, her husband and three children moved to Sa-Nur from Kiryat Arba in 2004 to protest against the Sharon disengagement plan.   ...

Nahum Yitzhak Adler

Nahum Yitzhak Adler, a BILU member from Russia who immigrated to Palestine and studied in Mikveh-Israel, arrived at Margo by the end of 1897, and supervised construction of ten two-family houses in different sizes. For a large family they allotted a three-room house, and for small families, two-room house.  ...

Nathan Marcus Adler

Nathan Marcus Adler was chief rabbi of Britain in 1845-1891.   Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler, a.k.a. Hillel Nissim Adler, (1803–1890), born in Hanover, was the Orthodox Chief Rabbi of Britain 1845–1891, probably the most prominent 19th century rabbi in the English-speaking world. His distant relative Jacob Adler, who made his acquaintance in the winter of 1883–1884, described him as the "high ...

Stella Adler

Stella Adler ... see this bio.   ...

Victor Adler

Victor Adler ...   ...

Yaron Adler

Yaron Adler ... moved to Sa-Nur from Kiryat Arba in 2004 to protest against the Sharon disengagement plan.   ...

Yonatan Adler (alias for this person)

Yonathan Adler

Yonathan Adler is a religious Jew who moved to Israel with Devorah, his wife. They live in a house in Silwan owned by Elad, the expansionist settler organization ...

James Adler_(2)

James Adler, of Cambridge Massachusetts, deserves credit for signing this call to evacuate the settlers.   ...

Michael Adler_(2)

Michael Adler ... Miami developer ... US Democratic Party fund-raiser  ...

National Civilian Service Administration

National Civilian Service Administration ...   ...

Administration_of_University_of_St._Thomas_in_Minnesota

The administration of the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota ...   ...

Nahum Admoni

Nahum Admoni (born 1929) was the Director of the Mossad from 1982 to 1990. Born in Jerusalem to Polish immigrants, he fought in the 1948 War in the SHAI, the Haganah intelligence branch, and later in the newly created Israeli Defense Force Intelligence. After the war he went to the United States and studied at the University of California at Berkeley, returning to Israel in 1954. There he rejoin ...

David Admov

David Admov (1993-) threatened to shoot a cameraman in Hebron in late April 201 ...

Randa_Jihad Adnan

 Randa Jihad Adnan  is this 31-year-old graduate in sharia law from Al Najar University in Nablus. She is a resident of Jenin. Her husband is Khader Adnan, the hunger striking heroe.   ...

Sama Adnan

Dr. Sama Adnan is founder of both NewPolicy.org and New Policy PAC. He obtained his doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles. He has worked with various organizations seeking a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including the ...

Pesach Bar Adon

Pesach Bar Adon ... author and archaeologist who lived among Bedouin in the Beit She'an Valley and the Upper Galilee in the '20s and '30s   ...

Theodor Adorno

Theodor Adorno was a German sociologist, philosopher and musicologist. His father's name was Oscar Wiesengrund and he was registered Theodor Ludwig Wiesengrund-Adorno (his mother's maiden name was Calvelli-Adorno della Piana) at birth but later called himself Theodor W. Adorno   ...

ADRID_(Association_for_the_Defense_of_the_Rights_of_Internally_Displaced_persons_in_Israel)

ADRID (Association for the Defense of the Rights of Internally Displaced Persons in Israel) ... Based in Nazareth, ADRID is a member of Ittijah. Its goal is "The return of displaced Palestinians within the Green Line to their villages and homes which they were expelled from, in accordance with UN resolution 194." ...

Advanced_Security_Integration_LTD

Advanced Security Integration LTD ...   ...

Advancing_Human_Rights_(AHR)

Advancing Human Rights is led by people with an agenda of deflecting criticism of Israel.  David Samel reports (14 February 2013):173297    Advancing Human Rights [is] a relatively new organization started by Human Rights Watch founder ...

L._K. Advani

L. K. Advani is a former "Home Minister of India, and a brigand of the Hard Right"    Vijay Prashad reports:   When the Hindu Right came to power in the late 1990s, it hastened both the economic "liberalization" policy (with a Minister for Privatization in office) and it shifted its attentions to Washington, DC and Tel Aviv: an axis of the three powers against what it c ...

Adviser_on_Jewish_Affairs_to_Commander_of_U.S._Forces_in_Europe

The adviser on Jewish affairs to the commander of the U.S. forces in Europe was a position established in August 1945 in the wake of the publication of the Harrison Report on the situation of Jewish displaced persons in the Allied zones of occupation.   Seven American Jews served in this position in the four and a half years of its existence between 1945 and 1949: Rabbi Judah Nadich (A ...

Mossawa_ Advocacy_Center_for_Arab_Citizens_in_Israel

Mossawa Center ...   ...

Atef Adwan

Atef Adwan is (2006) the Hamas minister of refugee affairs.   ...

Atif Adwan

Atif Adwan is (2005) is a professor of political science at the Islamic University of Gaza.   ...

Kamal Adwan

Kamal Adwan ... Fatah Central Committee member ... assassinated in Beirut on 10 April 1973 by Israeli hit squad led by Ehud Barak.   ...

Sami Adwan

Dr. Sami Adwan, of Bethlehem University, specializes in peace education and human rights   ...

George A'dwan_(Adwan)

George A'dwan (Adwan) ... of the right-wing Lebanese Forces militia. Some claim that he contacted the Israelis before the better-known contact made by Joseph Abu Khalil on 12 March 1976. Soon after the outbreak of the Lebanese civil war i ...

                                                                                                                                                              
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Aegis_Trust

The  Aegis Trust  was established in 2000 to campaign "to prevent genocide worldwide". It is a spinoff of the The Holocaust Centre (at Beth Shalom -- UK). It provides research and advocacy support to the All Party Parliamentary Groups on the Prevention of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity in the UK and Canada. It works in partnership with several governmental or quasi- ...

AEI_(American_Enterprise_Institute)

The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) is a right-wing American think-tank.   ...

Ziad Abu Aen

Ziad Abu Aen ...   ...

Manuel Aeschlimann

Manuel Aeschlimann (born 1964) is a French politician who has been accused of having connections with Mossad -- see this article.   He began his political career at the early age of 25, as a city councillor in Asnières sur ...

                                                                                                                                                               
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Mohammed Afaneh

Mohammed Afaneh is a former prisoner released at the end of 2013.   ...

Janet Afary

Janet Afary, born in Iran, is a professor of Religious Studies and Feminist Studies at the University of California Santa Barbara. She received her M.A. from University of Tehran and her Ph.D. in Modern Middle East History from the University of Michigan   ...

NMFA (Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NMFA) ...

American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs

American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs ... Coordinating body of American Zionist organizations, founded in 1939 and subsequently renamed American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs (January, 1942), American Zionist Emergency Council (fall, 1942), and American Zionist Council (1949).   ...

Institute for Current World Affairs

Institute for Current World Affairs ... founded in 1925 by Charles R. Crane   ...

Institute of Arab American Affairs

Institute of Arab American Affairs ...   In an article entitled "A History of Arab-American Political Participation" in this book, Michael W. Suleiman, writes:   In 1945, in response to the impending departure of the Britis ...

Institute of Current World Affairs

The Institute of Current World Affairs was founded by Charles Crane, who was a member of the King-Crane Commission.   ...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs ...   ...

Prime Minister's Advisor for Arab Affairs

The Prime Minister's Advisor for Arab Affairs (19xx-1992) ... After the short-lived Ministry of Minority Affairs was closed in 1949, Arab-related matters were handled by an advisor on Arab affairs, including land matter, in the Prime Minister's Office. The functions of the advisor including chairing the ...

Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs

Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs ...   In 1912, Louis Brandeis joined the small Federation of American Zionists. With the outbreak of World War I, when the European Zionists found themselves divided and p ...

Prime Minister's Advisor for Arab Affairs_(2)

The position of Prime Minister's Advisor for Arab Affairs which exists in the 21st century should not be confused with the earlier position of the same name that existed from the early days of the Israeli state until it was abolished in 1992. ...   Incumbents of this later position have included:   &nb ...

Adnan_Mohammad Affandi

Adnan Mohammad Affandi is a former prisoner from Bethlehem released at the end of 2013.   ...

Honenu affiliate

Honenu affiliate ... somebody associated with Honenu  ...

Ben Affleck

Benjamin Géza Affleck-Boldt (born August 15, 1972 aka Ben Affleck) is an American actor, film director, writer, and producer.  ...

Wisam Afifa

Wisam Afifa writes for IMEMC.   ...

Wisam Afifeh

Wisam Afifeh writes for IMEMC   ...

Adel K. Afifi

Adel Afifi is a professor at the Univ. of Iowa and a policy analyst at the RAND Corporation.   ...

Afikim

Afikim ... Israeli bus company  ...

Eli Aflalo

Eli Aflalo ...   ...

Michel Aflaq

Michel Aflaq ... one of the founders of the Ba'ath party.   ...

AFME (alias for this person)

AFP (alias for this person)

Asher Afriat

Asher Afriat is Founder and CEO, The Israel Seminar .   ...

Yuval Afriat

Yuval Afriat ...   ...

American Committee on Africa

Founded in 1953, the American Committee on Africa (ACOA) was dedicated to supporting African liberation struggles and informing the American public about African issues. As one of the first national organizations dedicated to anti-colonial struggles in Africa, the organization played host to countless African leaders in the United States. ...

BDS South Africa

BDS South Africa ...   ...

Palestine Solidarity Committee of South Africa

The Palestine Solidarity Committee of South Africa ...   ...

Pan-African Freedom Movement for East and Central Africa

Pan-African Freedom Movement for East and Central Africa (PAFMECA), later Pan-African Freedom Movement for East, Central and Southern Africa (PAFMECSA), later OAU, ...   ...

African_National_Congress

The African National Congress ...   ...

Africa_Institute

The  Africa Institute  is a American Jewish Committee-funded and organized lobbying and think-tank organization. Its main purpose is to establish contacts between African government officials and academics with Israeli or American Jewish counterparts.   ...

Afrikaner_Weerstandsbeweging_(AWB)

Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) ...   ...

Beys Afroyim

Beys Afroyim (1895-1984) ... some sources say he as born in 1893   Grace Halsell writes:  Then came the case in 1967 of an American Jew, Beys Afroyim. As a result of his case, U.S. Law changed drastically. Afroyim, born in Poland in 1895, emigrated to America in 1912, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1926. In 1950, aged 55, he emigrated to Israel and became an Israeli citiz ...

AFSC (alias for this person)

AFSC_Gaza_Unit

The AFSC Gaza Unit was a team from the AFSC working with Palestinian refugees in 1949.   ...

Haleh Afshar

Haleh Afshar ... ...

Aftenposten_staff

Aftenposten staff ...   ...

Steven Aftergood

Steven Aftergood is a blogger.   ...

Giorgio Agamben

Giorgio Agamben (1942-) is an Italian philosopher who teaches at the Università IUAV di Venezia. and at the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris. He is best known for his investigations of the concepts of  state of exception  and  homo sacer .   ...

Augustus Agar

Augustus Agar (1890-1968) ...   ...

Eliyahu Agassi

Eliyahu Agassi ... a veteran MAPAI Arabist and head of the Histadrut's Arab Section  ...

Sarah Agassi

Sarah Agassi (1926-) ...   ...

Shai Agassi

Shai Agassi (1968-) ...   ...

Aga_Khan_IV (alias for this person)

Ayman Agbaria

Or Kashti reports ...

Hasan Agbaria

Akiva Eldar reports ...

Mohamed Agbaria

Mohamed Agbaria is a lawyer who has represented the Jilani family due the police assassination of Ziad Jilani.   ...

Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka

Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka (born 1974) is an Israeli Arab journalist and political activist who heads the Organization for Democratic Action (Da'am) party. She is the only Israeli Arab woman to head a political party.  In 2000, she founded and directed the East Jerusalem branch of the Workers' Advice Center -  Ma’an , that provides assistance to non-unionized workers and the unemploye ...

Raja Agbariyah

Raja Agbariyah is (2008) president of the Palestinian Abnaa Il-Balad (Sons of the Country) Party.   ...

Nasser Agbariyeh

Nasser Agbariyeh ...   ...

Suleiman Agbariyeh

Dr. Suleiman Agbariyeh ... used to be mayor of Umm al-Fahm   ...

Philip Agee

Philip Agee is a former CIA agent who became disenchanted with U.S. foreign policy. He has written several books on U.S. spying and propaganda. He now resides on Cuba.   ...

Ghada Ageel

Ghada Ageel is a third-generation Palestinian refugee. She grew up in the Khan Younis refugee camp in Gaza and teaches Middle Eastern politics at the University of Exeter in Britain.   ...

Agence_France_Presse

Agence France Presse (AFP) ...  ...

Agencia_EFE

Agencia EFE is a Spanish news agency. Details on its history (in Spanish)   ...

Agencies

Agencies ...   ...

News Agencies

News Agencies ... ...

Arab Bureau of the Jewish Agency

The Arab Bureau of the Jewish Agency for Palestine ... this later evolved into the SHAI, the intelligence service of the Haganah.  ...

Arab News Agency

The Arab News Agency was the Secret Intelligence Service's local commercial cover in Cairo and also served as a conduit for British propaganda; it sowed "disinformation" about President Nasser via news outlets throughout the Arab world.   ...

Fundamental Rights Agency (alias for this person)

National Security Agency

The National Security Agency (NSA) is the main producer and manager of signals intelligence for the United States. Estimated to be one of the largest of U.S. intelligence organizations in terms of personnel and budget, the NSA purportedly operates under the jurisdiction of the Department of Defense and reports to the Director of National Intelligence.  ...

Palestine Telegraphic Agency

The Palestine Telegraphic Agency was established in 1923. Eight months later, in April 1924, it appointed the Jewish Telegraph Agency as its sole representative in the United States. The Palestine Telegraphic Agency published the Palestine Bulletin.   ...

Polish Telegraphic Agency

Polish Telegraphic Agency ...   ...

representatives of 20 African and Asian countries at the 1963 General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency

representatives of 20 African and Asian countries at the 1963 General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency ...   ...

Jewish Telegraphic Agency_(JTA)_staff

JTA staff ... people who work for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) which is (or certainly was at one stage) owned by the Jewish Agency for Israel and which Lenni Brenner (on page 252 of ...

Bahrain News Agency_staff

Bahrain News Agency staff   ...

Lucky Break secret agent

Lucky Break was the name used for a British secret agent in 1956 who was alleged to be within Nasser's inner circle.   It has been said:   "There is no evidence, however, that LUCKY BREAK existed outside the creative imagination of MI6 officers who wanted more aggressive operations against Egypt." (Source: ...

Crown Agents

Crown Agents ... In 1861, the Office was renamed Crown Agents for the Colonies. As decolonisation accelerated, the Office was renamed Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations in 1954. It was brought to the brink of bankruptcy in 1974 by the secondary banking crisis, and had to be ...

Age_correspondent

Age correspondent described by the age as follows:   The writer's name has been withheld to protect them from possible prosecution under Israeli censorship laws.     ...

Hussein Agha

Hussein Agha is a Senior Associate Member of St. Antony's College, Oxford and has been involved in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations over many years.   ...

Zakariah Agha

Dr. Zakaria Agha ... member of Executive Committee of Palestinian Liberation Organization ... member of the Consultative Council of Al Quds Open University ... He is (September 2007) the most senior Fatah leader still in Gaza.   ...

Gaspar Aghajanian

Gaspar Aghajanian (1911-2007) ...   ...

Albert Aghazarian

Dr. Albert Aghazarian is the Director of Public Relations at Birzeit University.  ...

Antonio Agliardi

Antonio Agliardi ...   ...

John Aglionby

John Aglionby is The Guardian’s South-east Asia correspondent. ...

Danny Agmon

Danny Agmon ...   ...

Michal Agmon

  Revital Hovel reports (13 August 2014) ...

Michal Agmon-Gonen

Michal Agmon-Gonen ...   ...

Peter Agnew

Lieut.-Commander Sir Peter Agnew ...   ...

Shmuel Yosef (S. Y.) Agnon

Recipient of the 1966 Nobel Prize for Literature, Shmuel Yosef (S. Y.) Agnon (1888-1970), pseudonym of Shmuel Yosef Halevi Czaczkes, was born in Galicia in 1888. He immigrated to Jaffa in 1908, but spent 1913 through 1924 in Germany. In 1924 he returned to Jerusalem, where he lived until his death in 1970. A prolific novelist and short-story writer from an early age, Agnon received numerous liter ...

Barbara Agostini

Barbara Agostini ...   ...

Carmel Agranat (alias for this person)

Israel Agranat

Israel Agranat ... a professor of chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem ... son of Carmel and Simon Agranat   ...

Simon Agranat

Born in Louisville, Kentucky, and educated at the University of Chicago, Simon Agranat (1906-1992) was the third chief justice of the Israeli Supreme Court.   He married into the British-Zionist aristocracy -- his wife (they married in 1934) was Carmel Friedlaender, daughter of ...

Agranat_Commission

The Agranat Commission was established in Israel to investigate the events at the outset of the 1973 war - and the decision not to mobilize the reserves before the outbreak of the war and not to launch a pre-emptive strike. Their findings brought about the fall of Golda Meir's government, her replacement by ...

Deborah Agre

Deborah Agre is the Development Director for the Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA) in Berkeley, California. She co-leads MECA's annual delegations to Palestine/Israel.   Agre worked as a volunteer direct mail fundraising consultant to MECA from 1991 until she joined the staff in June 2003 where she is responsible for direct mail, major donor and foundation fundraising as well as th ...

Agrexco_(UK)

Agrexco (UK) ... UK subsidiary of Carmel Agrexco   ...

Agricultural_Workers_Union

Agricultural Workers Union -- Palestinian NGO.   ...

Agriculture_and_Development

Agriculture and Development was an organisation of Palestinian citizens of Israel which was formed to fight the 1951 elections. Like other "Israeli Arab" parties at the time, it was associated with David Ben-Gurion's Mapai party, as Ben Gurion was keen to present a facade that Israeli was treating its Palestinian citi ...

Agriprocessors

Agriprocessors (c. 1987 - c. 2009) was the corporate identity of a slaughterhouse and meat-packaging factory based in Postville, Iowa, best known as a facility for the glatt kosher processing of cattle, as well as chicken, turkey, duck, and lamb.   The firm was founded and owned by Aaron Rubashkin , who pur ...

Gershon Agronsky_(Agron)

Gershon Agronsky (1894-1959; later, Agron) ... a Ukrainian-born American journalist in Palestine and former Jewish Legionnaire ... in 1925 he was director of the Palestine Zionist Executives press office... later, he was the founder-editor of The Palestine Post ... died in office as Mayor of Jerusalem   ...

Andreas (Dries) van Agt

Andreas Antonius Maria (Dries) van Agt (born 1931) ... former Dutch prime minister   Mr. van Agt graduated from law school cum laude in 1955 and worked as a lawyer in Eindhoven in the Netherlands. Later he became a civil servant at the Ministry of Agriculture and at the Ministry of Justice and professor in criminal law at the Catholic University of Nijmegen. In 1971 Mr. van Agt was appo ...

Peter van Agtmael

Peter van Agtmael (1981-) graduated from Yale University in 2003 with a degree in History. Following graduation, he spent a year in China on the Charles P. Howland fellowship photographing the effects of the Three Gorges Dam. He became a freelance photographer at the end of 2004.   Since the beginni ...

Condote de Agua

Condote de Agua, an Italian contractor that had submitted a proposal to build ports in Israel, withdrew after passing the prequalification process.   ...

Agudath_Israel_Movement

The Agudath Israel Movement (World Agudath Israel/The World Israelite Union) was established in the early twentieth century as the political arm of Orthodox Judaism. Its base was in Eastern Europe where traditional Judaism was strong before the Second World War and was undergoing a revivial due to the Hasidic movement. Its origins lie in a conference held at Kattowitz in 1912 after the Tenth Wo ...

Agudat_Akhim

Agudat Akhim ... Russian Zionist organization that acquired land in the village of Jillin and several others in the districts of Fiq and Dar'a.   ...

Agudat_Israel_Party

The Agudat Israel Party is an Israeli political party representing Haredi Judaism. It was the umbrella party for almost all Haredi Jews in Israel, and before that the British Mandate of Palestine. It originated in the original Agudath Israel movement founded in Europe in the early part of the twentieth century. It is presently the Chasidic wing of the United Torah Judaism (Yahadut HaTorah) party ...

Agudat_Netaim

Agudat Netaim (the Planters' Society) ... Aharon Eisenberg was its general director   ...

Guma Aguiar

Guma Aguiar (born: Brazil) is "the newly observant American-Israeli billionaire and philanthropist". Aguiar funds hardline settlers and is behind aggressively taking over Palestinian land in the Jerusalem area -- some properties of the Al Aqsa Wafq.   ...

Grace Aguilar

Grace Aguilar (1816 - 1847) is considered the first Anglo-Jewish novelist. Her work was a response, in part, to the representation of Jews in Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe and to Thomas Macaulay’s views on Judaism. In her short career (she died in Frankfurt at the age of thirty-one of a spinal ailment affecting her muscles and lungs) she published poetry, fiction, essays, and a history of the ...

Guma Aguilar (alias for this person)

Juan Antonio López Aguilar

Juan Antonio López Aguilar is (2006) Spain's Justice Minister.   ...

Miguel Angel Aguilar

Miguel Ángel Aguilar (b: 1943) is a Spanish journalist.  The Forward reports (27 October 2013) ...

Rose Aguilar

Rose Aguilar is one of the radio hosts on Your Call Radio.   ...

Mariano Aguirre

Mariano Aguirre is director of Peace, Security and Human Rights at the Madrid thinktank FRIDE (Fundación para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Diálogo Exterior), http://www.fride.org   ...

Mikhail Agursky

Mikhail Agursky is a cybernetics engineer who lives (1972) in Moscow. Aged about forty, he is the son of a Belorussian Jewish communist who originally named him Melik—short in Russian for Marx-Engels-Lenin-International Communism. Agursky has published works on cybernetics and also, more recently, in The Times Literary Supplement (30 June 1972), a long article reviewing the Soviet Belorussian En ...

Caesar Aharon

Charles Carlson comments ...

Motti Aharon

Motti Aharon (1953/4-1988) ...   ...

Tom Aharon

Tom Aharon ... comedian ... a computer programmer who grew up in Ra’anana and lives in Tel Aviv   ...

Yossi Ben Aharon

Yossi Ben Aharon ... a former director-general of the Prime Minister's Office   ...

Ada Aharoni

Ada Aharoni ... Egyptian-born Israeli writer   ...

Arie (Stinah) Aharoni

Arie Aharoni ...   ...

Ido Aharoni

Ido Aharoni is a hasbara specialist. Zac Smith writes:   Lest anyone confuse the nature of the Ministry's campaign,  Ido Aharoni , founder of the "Brand Israel" concept and head of the ministry's brand management team highlighted what was on the line. Speaking to the  Toronto Star , Aharoni explained that "a better image for Israel and a better performance of tha ...

Rachmim Aharoni

Rachmim Aharoni ...   ...

Rina Aharoni

Rina Aharoni ...   ...

Yaakov-Sika Aharoni

Yaakov-Sika Aharoni ... was a member of the Irgun Zeva'i Le'umi   ...

Yisrael Aharoni

Yisrael Aharoni ... "considered the father of native Israeli zoology"   ...

Yohanan Aharoni

Yohanan Aharoni (1919-1976) was born in Germany and immigrated to Palestine in 1933. He was a founding member of Kibbutz Alonim, where he lived until 1947. From 1948 to 1950 he was in the Israeli armed forces. He began his public archeological career as Antiquities Inspector for Galilee, representing the Departmen ...

Yoram Aharoni

Yoram Aharoni ...   ...

Zvi Aharoni

Zvi Aharoni (1921-2012) ...   ...

Miriam Aharonova

Miriam Aharonova ...   ...

Yitzhak Aharonovich

Yitzhak Aharonovich MK (Yisrael Beitenu) is (2009) a minister of public security in Netanyahu's government.   ...

Yitzhak Aharonovitch_(2)

Yitzhak ('Ike') Aharonovitch (1923-2009), born in Danzig, ... was captain of the "Exodus"   ...

Joseph Aharonowitz

Joseph Aharonowitz (1877-1937) ... editor of Hapoel Hatzair   ...

Ran Aharonson

Ran Aharonson is a senior lecturer in geography at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author of numerous publications in historical geography, concentrating on the reshaping of contemporary Palestine.   ...

Shlomo Aharonson_(1)

Shlomo Aharonson, a Holocaust specialist, is a professor of Political Sciences at the Hebrew University inJerusalem. He is a devotee of Moshe Dayan. Israel Shahak, in Chapter 4 of Open Secrets, referred to him as a  notorious 'hawk' &nb ...

Shlomo Aharonson_(2)

Shlomo Aharonson is an Israeli architect working on the expansion of the Ma'ale Adumim settlement and projects in the E1 area (also illegally occupied). In 2011, together with Gabriel Kertesz and Shmuel Groag, Aharonson is working on the ...

Ahava

Ahava is an Israeli cosmetics firm that operates out of Mitzpeh Shalem, a settlement in the West Bank.   Mitzpeh Shalem and ...

Ahavat_Israel

Ahavat Israel is a religious-Zionist organization based in Jerusalem.   ...

Dahud Ahdg'ani

Dahud Ahdg'ani ... killed by Jews on 23 August 1929   ...

Aluf Ben Ahed (alias for this person)

Bertie Ahern

Bertie Ahern is (2005) Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland.   ...

Dermot Ahern

Dermot Ahern is (2006) the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Ireland.   ...

Tom Aherne

Tom Aherne ... Irish Army   ...

Abba Ahimeir (alias for this person)

Ya'akov Ahimeir

Ya'akov Ahimeir (born 1938), is a senior Israeli journalist, and a television and radio personality.  Gideon Levy comments ...

Yossi Ahimeir

Yossi Ahimeir is the former finance minister and former prime minister's bureau chief.   ...

Conrad Ahlers

Conrad Ahlers (1922-1980) ... was (1972) a spokesman for the West German government   ...

Dick Ahlstrom

Dick Ahlstrom ...   ...

Eqbal Ahmad

Eqbal Ahmad was a peace activist and scholar. He was born to a family of wealthy Muslim landowners in Bihar, India. In 1947, he left with his brothers for the newly created state of Pakistan. He was active in the civil rights movement and the anti-Vietnam War movement in the United States.   Here are some opinions about him:   "Inevitably, reading Eqbal Ahmad's words evok ...

Jubair Ahmad

Glenn Greenwald reports (4 September 2010):    Over the past several years, the Justice Department has increasingly attempted to criminalize what is clearly protected political speech by prosecuting numerous individu ...

Moeed Ahmad

Moeed Ahmad ... Al Jazeera reporter  ...

Muhammad Idrees Ahmad

Muhammad Idrees Ahmad is an active member of the Vanunu4Rector Campaign. He is a sociologist, filmmaker, a writer and a musician, currently (2010) pursuing his PhD in Media Research at the University of Glasgow/Strathclyde.     ...

Safa Al Ahmad

Safa Al Ahmad is a Saudi journalist and TV producer. She is based in the Middle East.   ...

Wesam Ahmad

Wesam Ahmad is (2014) a Program Officer at al Haq  ...

Mojtaba Ahmadi

Richard Silverstein reports (2 October 2013) ...

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran.   ...

Sohrab Ahmari

Max Blumenthal reports (7 May 2013) ...

Azzam Ahmed

Azzam Ahmed ...   ...

Bassem Ahmed

Bassem Ahmed is an instructor at the University of Denver.   ...

Hisham Ahmed

Hisham Ahmed teaches Political Science at Bir Zeit University. He was born in Deheishe Refugee Camp near Bethlehem, has been a Fulbright Scholar, got his Ph.D. from the University of California (Santa Barbara), and is an expert on political movements.   ...

Imas Ahmed

Imas Ahmed an editor, moved from Gaza to Ramallah around 1999 and has worked in TV production since 1994. He generally works in digital media and in documentary filmmaking.   ...

Kamal Ahmed

Kamal Ahmed is (2003) a political editor for The Observer.   ...

Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed ... Department of International Relations, University of Sussex His blog: http://nafeez.blogspot.com. is Executive Director of the Institute for Policy Research & Development, London, United Kingdom. He teaches courses in political theory, international relations and contemporary history at ...

Nimer Ahmed

Nimer ('Mommy') Ahmed (c. 1968-) ... Fawzi al Nimeris his father   ...

Qanta Ahmed

Qanta Ahmed, MD, is the author of In the Land of Invisible Women (2008), a Templeton-Cambridge Journalism Fellow in Science and Religion and Associate Professor of Medicine, State University of New York.   Judy Maltz reports (31 May 2013) ...

Ramiz Ahmed

Col. Ahmed Ramiz is head of the population directorate in the IDF's Human Resources Branch responsible for recruiting non-Jews into the army. He is a Druze.  ...

Suhail Ahmed

Suhail Ahmed , ...   ...

Habib Ahmed_(3)

Tamsin Rutter reports (22 July 2013) ...

Ahoti

Ahoti is a Mizrahi feminist NGO, founded in 1999. The word "ahoti" is Hebrew for "sister"   ...

Reuben Ahroni

Reuben Ahroni, Ph.D. (1973) in Biblical Studies and Semitic Languages, Hebrew Union College, is an Associate Professor of Biblical studies at the Ohio State University. ...   ...

Esti Ahronovitz

Esti Ahronovitz ... writes for Ha'aretz ...

Saleyha Ahsan

Saleyha Ahsan is a freelance reporter and film maker and A&E doctor who has traveled to conflict zones in North Africa and Asia and made films and news reports including Libya, Syria, Bosnia, Palestine, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. She appeared in a controversial 2013 video in which aid worker "Dr Rola" was shown on the BBC's Panorama news programme calling for bombings of the Syrian gover ...

Ahuzat_Bayit (alias for this person)

Ahuzat_Hahof

Ahuzat Hahof ... the Tel Aviv-Jaffo municipal company   ...

Lalla Aicha

Lalla Aicha ...   ...

Itamar Aichner

Itamar Aichner ...   ...

Angelo Aiden

Angelo Aiden ... community activist ... member CC of the Israeli Communist Forum ... 1980s-era refusenik   ...

Hisham Aidi

Dr. Hisham Aidi, from Morocco (see here), is a freelance writer living in New York. He was also (2001) a doctoral student in the Political Science department at Columbia University, working on the 'Muslims in New York' Project which is sponsored jointly by the university's Middle Ea ...

Maha AIghbaria

Maha AIghbaria ... from Umm al-Fahm ... describes herself as follows: "Law student, fight for my rights as an Arab woman and a Palestinian, fight for Palestine till i can drive my car toward Beirut".   ...

Sharryn Aiken

Sharryn Aiken is an Associate Professor in the faculty of law at Queen's University, Canada. She is the editor in chief of Refuge, Canada's Periodical on Refugees and is a past president of the Canadian Council for Refugees. Her current research interests include refugee law and its intersection with the national security agenda post 9/11 as well as minority rights. In 2007 she was awarded a SSH ...

Roger Ailes

Roger Ailes ... chairman of the Fox News Channel   ...

Alvin Ailey

Alvin Ailey (1931-1989)...   ...

Abhinav Aima

Abhinav Aima has been teaching journalism at the University of Minnesota Duluth since Fall 2002. His research focuses on American media, foreign policy and Islamic fundamentalism.   ...

Stewart Ain

Stewart Ain ... is a staff writer for The Jewish Week newspaper in New York.   ...

Ziad Abu Ain

Ziad Abu Ain ... was perhaps the most famous detainee in Israel in the mid-190s , having been extradited there from the US in 1981 after a long and controversial court battle. He was supposed to be part of a prisoner release in November 1983 but was taken off the bus containing those who were about to be released. In 2009, he was a deputy minister in the Palestinian government in the West Bank.& ...

Chris Air

Captain Chris Air ... of the Royal Marines   ...

Arkia Israeli Airlines

Arkia Arkia Israeli Airlines), usually referred to as Arkia is an airline based in Tel Aviv, Israel. It is Israel's second largest airline operating scheduled domestic and international services as well as charter flights to Western Europe and the Mediterranean. Its main base is ...

Palestinian Airlines

Palestinian Airlines founded in July 1994 by the Palestinian Authority with the objective of restoring air services to the population of the Palestinian Territories   Awaiting the official inauguration of ...

Trans-Ocean Airlines

Trans-Ocean Airlines was a US airline which was founded in 1946 and closed down in 1962.   Transocean Airlines pilots flew over much of the world. Pilots could be flying Muslim pilgrims to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina during the Hajj, next month flying plane-loads of monkeys from India to the United States for the Salk polio vaccine program, and the following month flying loads o ...

Arab Airways

Arab Airways ... a Jordanian airline which was based in Jerusalem and whose advertisments echoed the claims of the Jordanian administration over the West Bank  ...

Imperial Airways

Imperial Airways ...   ...

Olympic Airways

Olympic Airways ...   ...

Palestine Airways

Palestine Airways founded in July 1937 by Pinchas Rutenberg, was second only to Egypt's Misrair as the oldest airline in the region and was based in Haifa. It started its operations with flights between Haifa and Lydda using 2 Shorts S.16 Scion 2 planes. As tensions between the Arab and Jewish communities increased in ...

Air_France

Air France ...   ...

Lydia Aisenberg

Originally from South Wales, Lydia Aisenberg is a freelance writer based in Israel and also a staff member of a staff member of the International Department at Givat Haviva. She is/was ...

Aish (alias for this person)

Mohamed_Abu Aisha

Mohamed Abu Aisha was the director of Al-Quds' Educational Radio, and was killed in his car during an air strike in central Gaza in November 2012.   ...

Amer Abu Aisheh

Amer Abu Aisheh is a Palestinian from Al Khalil (a.k.a. Hebron) who was accused by the Israeli military of murdering three teenage settlers in June 2014. Before his guilt was proven soldiers blew up his apartment -- which happened to be in a mult-family building. Amer is accused together with ...

Aix_Group

 Aix Group ... a group who seem determined to help prevent the return of the Palestinian refugees to their homes.   Its members include Israeli, Palestinian and international economic experts, academics, members of economic organizations, and officials from international institutions, including the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the European Union, who par ...

John Aizlewood

John Aizlewood ...   ...

                                                                                                                                                              
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Fouad Ajami

Fouad Ajami ...   ...

Jocelyn M. Ajami

Jocelyn M. Ajami is (1993) a painter and independent producer in Boston. Her video "Jihad," on the Qur'anic meaning of the term, was published by Carousel Film and Video in New York.   ...

Anan Ajawi

Addameer reports ...

Akin Ajayi

Akin Ajayi (1971-) was born in London but grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. He now (2013) lives in Tel Aviv with his wife and son. He has written for The Times Literary Supplement, The Forward, The Jerusalem Post, Ha'aretz, The Guardian, The New African, Time Out Israel, This Day and other publications. He also writes a fortnightly column, Shabbat Goy, about life as a non-Israeli and non-Jew in the ...

AJHS_(American_Jewish_Historical_Society)_staff

AJHS (American Jewish Historical Society) staff ...   ...

Hikmat Izzat Ajjuri

Hikmat Izzat Ajjuri is (2006) the new Palestinian ambassador in Dublin.   ...

Max Ajl

Max Ajl ...   ...

Sami Ajrami

Sami Ajrami is a Palestinian journalist who was the  Maariv 's correspondent in Gaza since mid-2011 until Dec 2012 when the Hamas government bared such media relationships.   ...

Ahmed Abu Ajwa

Jonathan Cook reports: ...

AJWS_(American_Jewish_World_Service)

AJWS (American Jewish World Service) ...   ...

Bernardo Ajzenberg

Bernardo Ajzenberg (1959-) ...   ...

Abdallah El Akal

Abdallah El Akal ...   ...

Naif Akala

Naif Akala ... Habib Qahwaji is her husband.   ...

Ahmed Akari

Ahmed Akari was born in Lebanon and moved to Denmark in 1990. He was responsible for spreading the news about the Mohammed cartoons around the world.   ...

Kiyo Akasaka

Kiyo Akasaka is (2007) Undersecretary-General for Public Information.   ...

Avraham Akavia

Avraham Akavia ... Haganah translator for Orde Charles Wingate's NCO course at Kibbutz Ein Harod   ...

Arifa Akbar

Arifa Akbar ...   ...

Suleiman Akbaria

Suleiman Akbaria ... former mayor of Umm al-Fahm ... member of Northern Islamic Movement   ...

SS Akbel

SS Akbel ... a Turkish vessel  ...

Taner Akcam_(Akçam)

Taner Akcam (strictly, Akçam) was born in 1953 in Ardahan, in north-eastern Turkey on the Georgian border. A historian, sociologist and author, he was among the first (perhaps  the  first) Turkish specialist to use the word "genocide" to describe the killing of Armenians by the Ottoman Turkish government in 1915.   ...

Hilary Aked

Hilary Aked ...   ...

Mahdi Akef

Mahdi Akef ...   Adam Shatz reports ...

Luke Akehurst

Luke Akehurst joined BICOM on 15 August 2011 as director of campaigns for We Believe in Israel, a ‘public advocacy network’ launched in May 2011.   Akehurst is a key activist on the Labour right, and a former Weber Shandwick lobbyi ...

AKEL

AKEL was the only mass organisation in British-ruled Cyprus with roots in both Greek and Turkish communities, integrating activists across ethnic lines.  ...

Adel Akel

Robert Fisk reports (29 November 1993) ...

Amir Akel

Amir Akel (b. 1975) is a Palestinian lawyer in Beit Safafa.   ...

Bassil Akel

Bassil Akel is a Palestinian businessman who is (2014) based in London. He is a former Palestinian official and a close friend of Mahmoud Abbas.   ...

Emad Akel (alias for this person)

Imad Akel

Imad Akel (c. 1965/9-1993) ... was the leader of Hamas's Ezzedin al-Qassem brigade. He was shot dead by the Israelis at a road-block on 24 November 1993. His brother is Adel Akel.   ...

Khaled Abu Aker

Khaled Abu Aker is the editor of AMIN.org  ...

Aretas Akers-Douglas

Aretas Akers-Douglas (1851-1926) ... MP for Kent Eastern March 31, 1880 - November 24, 1885; St Augustine's November 24, 1885 - June 28, 1911   ...

Kazem Akhavan

Kazem Akhavan ...   ...

Khody Akhavi

From the Center of Contemporary Arab Studies biography:   Khody Akhavi   Grad Date:05/31/2008 kha2@georgetown.   Khody Akhavi was born in the United Kingdom in 1980 of Iranian parents. He grew up in Canada, Spain, Sierra Leone, Norway, and gradu ...

Reza Akhlaghi

Foreign Policy Association profile    Born in Tehran Iran and based in Toronto, Canada, Reza Akhlaghi is a senior blogger at the FPA Blogs and editor covering the Middle East. Reza also produces FPA's 'Candid Discussion Series'; interviews with influential policy makers, writers, ...

Qudssia Akhlaque

Qudssia Akhlaque ...   ...

Ilyas Akhmadov

Ilyas Akhmadov ...   ...

Rinat Akhmetov

Rinat Akhmetov (1966-) ...   ...

Fatih Akin

Fatih Akin ...   ...

James Akins

 James Akins  was an attache at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, 1963-1965, and later became the U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.  Akins was appointed Ambassador to Saudi Arabia on August 27, 1973, by President Nixon. His most important task is generally believed to have been to persuade the Saudis to lift the oil embargo. Arguably, a more important accomplishment was his role in ...

Akin_Gump

Akin Gump is one of the US's leading and most influential law firms.  ...

Alfred Akirov

Alfred Akirov ... Israeli investor who made his fortune in real estate   ...

Elias Akleh

Dr. Elias Akleh is an Arab writer of Palestinian descent, born in the town of Beit-Jala. Currently he lives in the US.   This is what Jeff Blankfort had to say about an article written by Akleh about the coup in Egypt (20 August 2013): ...

Itay Aknin

Gili Cohen reports (9 March 2014) ...

John Akomfrah

John Akomfrah ...   ...

Fares Akram

Fares Akram is a journalist based in Gaza.   ...

Susan M. Akram

Susan M. Akram is an Associate Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law (BUSL). She is a member of the Legal Advisory Board of the Council for Palestinian Restitution and Repatriation (CPRR), an organization which declares that "every Palestinian has a legitimate, individual right to re ...

Karzan Akrei

Karzan Akrei ... What is his background? "Karzan" and "Akrei" are names used widely in Kurdistan. Is he a Kurd? Whatever he is, he seems to have no qualms about Zionism.   ...

Cihan Aksan

Cihan Aksan ...   ...

Virginia H. Aksan

Virginia H. Aksan, a professor of History at McMaster University, is (2009) the president of the Middle East Studies Association   ...

David Akselrod (alias for this person)

Pavel Borisovich Akselrod

Pavel Borisovich Akselrod (1850-1928) ... Marxist theorist, a prominent member of the first Russian Social-Democratic Workers’ Party, and one of the leaders of the reformist wing of Russian social democracy, known after 1903 as the Mensheviks. ... born in Chernigov, Ukraine, Russian Empire ... died in Berlin   ...

Yulia Akselrod

Yulia Akselrod (1936-), born as Juliia Sergeevna Sedova, is a grand-daughter of Leon Trotsky -- through Sergei Sedov, the younger of two sons that Trotsky had with his second wife, ...

Daniel Akst

Daniel Akst is a novelist and essayist living in New York's Hudson Valley. He contributes to The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angles and The Boston Globe, among other publications.   ...

Engeres Aktions-Comitee (alias for this person)

Grosse Aktions-Comitee

At the first Zionist Congress in 1897, Herzl was elected president of the Zionist organization. An executive committee, called the Inner Actions Committee and a Greater Actions Committee were elected to run the affairs of the movement be ...

Omri Akunis

Omri Akunis ...   ...

Benjamin Akzin

Benjamin Akzin (Riga 1904-Jerusalem 1985). In the 1930s, he was the head of the political division of the Revisionist Zionist movement.   Later, he became Professor of Political Science and Constitutional Law at the Hebrew University. One of the founders and Dean of its Faculty of Law and erector of its Department of Political Science. Also a founder of the University of Haifa, and its ...

Mohammed Abdel Al

Mohammed Abdel Al, not to be confused with this person who has the same name, was an Islamic Jihad commander in the Gaza Strip who was assassinated by Israeli helicopter gunships on 2 April 2001.   ...

al-Nadi al-'Arabi

al-Nadi al-'Arabi (the Arab Club) ... competed against al-Muntada al-Adabi   ...

Shukri al-'Asali

Shukri al-'Asali (1868-1916) ... tried to stop the sale of the Afula lands by the Sursuq family ... supported the Committee for Union and Progress (CUP) when they revolted against Sultan Abdulhamid II in 1908 ... Basing his election campaign on the al-Fula affair, he ran for and won a seat in the Ottoman parliament as a representative for Damascus in a hotly contested January 1911 by- ...

Shireen al-A'araj

Shireen al-A'araj is an activist in Al-Walaja.  ...

Mohammed Al-A’wewy

Mohammed Al-A’wewy is (2014) the Palestinian attorney-general   ...

Fahmi al-Abboushi (alias for this person)

Salah al-Abdullah

Salah al-Abdullah ... was (1975) a young businessman from Nazareth  ...

Hussein_bin al-Abdullah_(King_of_Jordan)

Hussein bin al-Abdullah (b: 30 January 1962) has been the king of Jordan since 7 February 1999.   Family     Father: Hussein bin Talal, King of Jordan    ...

Sami al-Abed

Sami al-Abed is "a PA map expert"   ...

Chaker (Shakir) al-Absi

Chaker (or Shakir) al-Absi ... wanted in Jordan for the murder, in December 2002, of an American diplomat, Laurence Foley ... leading member of Fatah al-Islam   ...

Bassam al-Achkar

Bassam al-Achkar (c. 1968-) ... the youngest of the Achille Lauro hijackers - he was 17 at the time. It has been claimed that, years later, he trained rebels for their attacks on US occupation forces in Iraq   ...

al-Muntada al-Adabi

al-Muntada al-Adabi (the Literary Club) was first and foremost a political organization. It membership included Fakhri al-Nashashibi (who became later the leader of the Defense Party militia against the Husseinis and the Palestine Arab Party), Saliba al Juzi (brother of Bandali, the Marxist historian), Khalil Sakaki ...

Habib al-Adli

Habib al-Adli was Hosni Mubarak's security chief and interior minister. Having lready received a sentence of 12 years, he is (Aug 2011) a co-defandant with Mubarak in a trial that started on 3 Aug 2011.   ...

Jamal al-Din al-Afghani

Jamal al-Din al-Afghani ...   ...

Abdullah al-Afif

Abdullah al-Afif is (2014) a PFLP leader living in Jenin.   ...

Ka'ab al-Ahbar

Ka'ab al-Ahbar (died c. 653) was a prominent Yemenite rabbi who converted to Islam. He accompanied the Caliph Umar to Jerusalem and was involved in establishing the Aqsa Mosque.  ...

Abed Al-Ahmar

Abed Rahman al-Ahmar, from Deheisheh refugee camp outside Bethlehem, is a well-known Palestinian human rights activist. He has (by July 2004) spent a cumulative total of 11 of his 37 years in Israeli prisons, without being brought to trial and without being charged. He is married to Allegra Pacheco, a Jewish Israeli wh ...

Abed Rahman al-Ahmar (alias for this person)

Al-Ahram_Weekly_staff

Anonymous employee of Al-Ahram Weekly ...   ...

Mamdouh Al-Aker

Prof. Mamdouh Al-Aker is (2009) with the Independent Commission for Human Rights  ...

Hasan al-Farghani al-Akhram

Hasan al-Farghani al-Akhram ... one of the most important founders of the Druze da'wa, the other being Muhammad al-Durazi   ...

Ahmad Al-Akras

Ahmad Al-Akhras is the Vice Chair of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Over the years, he observed the concerted efforts to marginalize the Muslim community and criminalize their basic rights. The outcome of this case affirmed his faith in his fellow Americans' fairness. Dr. Al-Akhras resides in Columbus, Ohio and can be reached at ahmad@alakhras.org   ...

Mohamed Ali al-Alabbar

Mohamed Ali al-Alabbar is (2005) chairman of Emaar Properties (a Public Joint Stock Company listed on the Dubai Financial Market).   ...

Faidi al-Alami (alias for this person)

Feidi al-'Alami

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 ...

Fidi al-'Alami (alias for this person)

Hayat al-Alami

Hayat al-Alami ... Palestinian presenter on 93.6 Ram FM Middle East Eyewitness News   ...

Musa al-Alami

Musa al-Alami (1897-1984) was assistant attorney general of Mandatory Palestine. Both his father Fidi al-'Alami and his grandfather Musa al-Alami were mayors of ...

Imad al-Alami

Imad al-Alami ... a senior official in Hamas, living (2004) in exile in Damascus.   ...

Musa al-Alami_(mayor_of_Jerusalem)

Musa al-Alami (2) ... mayor of Jerusalem in the 19th century ... father of Fidi al-'Alami   ...

Majeed al-Alawi

Majeed al-Alawi is (2007) the Bahraini Minister of Labor   ...

Diab al-Ali

Diab al Ali ...   ...

Muhammed al-Ali

Sheikh Muhammed al-Ali al-Heib ...   ...

Naji Al-Ali

Palestinian cartoonist ... Born in the Galilee in either 1936 or 1937, Al-Ali left his village with his family in 1948 to live in a refugee camp in southern Lebanon. In the late 1950’s, his work was discovered by the Palestinian poet Gassan El-Kanafani. Between 1958 and 1963, Naji Al-Ali was frequently detained by police and his work often censored. During his life he received many death threa ...

Saber Al-Aloul

Saber Al-Aloul is (2014) the director of the Palestinian forensic institute ...   ...

Mithal al-Alousi

Mithal al-Alousi ... heads (at least as of 13 September 2004) the Iraqi government's de-Baathification campaign, meant to keep Baathists from the old regime out of the new government ... visited Israel in September 2004 ... called for normalization of Iraq-Israel ties   ...

Mithal al-Alusi

Mithal al-Alusi (1954-) is an Iraqi neocon. He holds a German passport, allowing him to travel without visa restrictions imposed on other Iraqis, and, presumably, used this on his trips to Israel.   On 12 June 2008, the Henry Jackson Society published al-Alusi's profile ahead of a sponsored talks at the House of Commons:     Mithal al-Alusi  is an elected member ...

Midhat al-Alusi (alias for this person)

Hilmi_Hamad_Obeid al-Amawi

Hilmi Hamad Obeid al-Amawi is a Palestinian former prisoner from Gaza. He was released on 29 October 2013.(source)     ...

Esam Al-Amin

Esam Al-Amin is the author of The Arab Awakening Unveiled: Understanding Transformations and Revolutions in the Middle East.  ...

Muhammad al-Amin

Muhammad (VIII) al-Amin (1881-1962) ... was Bey of Tunisia from 15 May 1943 until 20 Mar 1956, when he became King -- until 25 Jul 1957, when he was replaced by as president by Habib Bourguiba.   ...

Abu Khaled al-Amleh

Abu Khaled al-Amleh is one of the leaders of a Palestinian group, based in Syria, called Fatah-the-Intifada. He is alleged to have been responsible for the assassination in Amman of Fahd Qawasmeh, the deported mayor of Hebron, who was killed on 29 December 1984. Allegedly, the assassination was ordered by President A ...

Najeeb Al-Anbarri

Najeeb Al-Anbarri ... ...

Antar Shibli al-Aqraa

Gideon Levy reports (5 December 2013) ...

Majdi al-Arabeid (alias for this person)

Muhammad al-Arabi

Muhammad al-Arabi (possibly pen name): "I am a progressive Arab nationalist who is living and working in Britain." He blogs at painful truths.   ...

Ala'aeddin al-Araj

Ala'aeddin al-Araj ... was was minister for national economics in the first Hamas government from March 2006 to March 2007 ... investor in Crazy Water Park   ...

Fayad al-Arba

Fayad al-Arba is (2007) head of the main Islamic charity in Nablus.   ...

Majdi al-Arbid

Majdi al-Arbid, a Palestinian cameraman working for Israeli TV, Channel 10, was shot by Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip in January 2005.   ...

Al-Ard

Al-Ard (Arabic, "the Land") was a pan-Arab nationalist movement supportive of Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser that emerged in 1959 among Palestinian citizens in Israel. It not only challenged the legitimacy of Israel; it also opposed the traditional leadership of the Palestinian community in Israel, which it accused of cooperating with the Israelis. Al-Ard also presented an alternative to ...

Aref al-Aref

Aref al-Aref (1892-1973) was born in Jerusalem. He studied in Turkey and was conscripted into the Turkish army in World War I; captured and spent three years in a camp in Siberia, from where he escaped after the Russian Revolution and went back to Palestine; editor of the first Arab nationalist newspaper Suriyya al-Janubbiyya, published in Jerusalem in 1919; advocated a policy of militant but no ...

Abdullah Al-Arian

Abdullah Al-Arian is a scholar at Georgetown University.   ...

Ali Al-Arian

Ali Al-Arian is (2012) a third year student of Political Science and History at the Univ. of Chicago.   ...

Essam al-Arian (alias for this person)

Laila Al-Arian

Laila Al-Arian is the daugher of Prof. Sami Amin al-Arian. She is a freelance journalist based in New York City. A graduate of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, she has interned for USA Today and The Nation and has written for United Press International and the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. & ...

Nahla al-Arian

Nahla al-Arian ... wife of Sami Amin al-Arian   ...

Sami al-Arian (alias for this person)

Sami Amin al-Arian

Dr. Sami Amin al-Arian (b: 1958), born in Kuwait to Palestinian refugees, came to the United States in 1975, where he has since lived with his wife of 25 years, Nahla, and his five American-born children. Arrested on 20 Feb 2003, Al Arian has been a political prisoner in the United States since then. In Sep ...

Muhammad al-Arifi

Muhammad al-Arifi ...   ...

Mustafa al-Ariss

Mustafa al-Ariss ... a Lebanese Communist, Mustafa al-Ariss who defeat a Histadruted candidate for Mideast representative on the World Federation of Trade Unions executive body  ...

Majd al-Aruri

Majd al-Aruri ... of the Palestinian Independent Commission for Citizens' Rights   ...

Issam al-Aryan (alias for this person)

Adnan al-As'ad

Adnan al As ad ...   ...

Mohammad Al-As'ad

Mohammad Al-As'ad ... born in Ayn Ghazal   ...

Zuheir al-Asari

  Asa Winstanley reports ...

Abdallah Al-Ashaal

Abdallah Al-Ashaal is a former assistant to the Egyptian foreign minister.   ...

Luai al-Ashkar

Khader Adnan states:168322  (April 2012)    There is a systematic policy of humiliation and violence. During the night incursions, gas and ammunition are used and murders even happen, such as the case of ...

Abdel Halim al-Ashqar (alias for this person)

Abdelhaleem al-Ashqar

Abdelhaleem al-Ashqar is a former professor at Howard Univ. convicted for donating funds to "Hamas", and in Nov. 2007 he was sentenced to 135 months in prison (this magical number amounts to 11.25 years). Michel Shehadeh writes:    In February of this year, two others who advocated equal rights for Palestinians - Mohammed Salah and Abdelhaleem Ashqar - were found not guilty of terr ...

Radi Sami Al-Asi

Khaled Amayreh reports:    Earlier, this week, the Israeli army renewed the "administrative detention" for Radi Sami Al-Asi for additional six months. Al-Asi, a journalist from the northern West Bank town of Nablus, was arrested on unspecified charges. However, when it became clear that there was no evidence indicting him, the Israeli military judge decided to sentence him to six m ...

Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri

Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri (1982-) ...   ...

Jafar al-Askari

Jafar al-Askari ...   ...

Mohammed al-Askar_(Ashkar)

Mohammed al-Askar is a Palestinian prisoner at Ketziot who was killed during the violent suppression of a riot on 22 October 2007.   ...

Suhaib al-Assa

RSF reports:   Reporters Without Borders deplores the verdict announced by Israeli military court sentencing the Palestinian journalist Suhaib Al-Assa to four months' imprisonment and a fine of 3,000 shekels (about 600 euros). "We condemn the lack o ...

Asma al-Assad

Asma al-Assad ... (born 1975) is the wife of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.   ...

Bashar al-Assad

Bashar al-Assad (born 1965) is the President of the Syrian Arab Republic and the son of former President Hafez al-Assad.   ...

Basil al-Assad

Basil al-Assad ...   ...

Hafez Al-Assad

Hafez Al-Assad ...   ...

Maher al-Assad

Maher al-Assad (1967-) ...   ...

Ribal al-Assad

Ribal al-Assad ... son of Rifaat al-Assad  ...

Ahmad Marrouf al-Assadi

Ahmad Marrouf al-Assadi (c. 1962-) ...   ...

Ahmad al-Assir

Sheikh Ahmad al-Assir is a Sunni cleric based in Sidon, Lebanon.   ...

Muhammad al-Aswad

Muhammad al-Aswad (1946-1973), the "Guevara of Gaza", was born in the Mediterranean coastal city of Haifa, in what is now Israel. According to the PFLP's three-page leaflet of his biography, the boy and his family were displaced after the 1948 birth of the Jewish state, and ended up in the poverty of a Gaza refugee camp, where he grew up. He studied in Egypt but returned after a year, his family u ...

Luai al-Atassi

Luai al-Atassi (1926-2003) was a Syrian military leader and Head of State (March 9 - July 27, 1963). He was born in Homs to a politically prominent family, and studied at the Military Academy in that city. He fought in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War and rose to become chief of Military Protocol under his kinsman, President ...

Noureddin Mustafa al-Atassi

Noureddin Mustafa al-Atassi (1930-1992) was President of Syria from February 1966 to November 1970. Though a long-time ideologue of the powerful Baath Party who became its Secretary General as well as President of the Republic, he was considered to be largely a ceremonial figurehead, with real power vested in the Deputy Secretary General, Salah Jadid. He was a medical doctor by training, and in ...

Wasfi al-Atassi

Wasfi al-Atassi ...   ...

Ahmad al-Athamna

Ahmad al-Athamna ... nephew of Saad al-Athamna ... uncle and cousin of many of the children killed in the 8 November 2006 massacre in Beit Hanoun ... his wife's foot was blown off in the same attack   ...

Saad al-Athamna

Saad al-Athamna ... father of children killed in 8 November 2006 massacre in Beit Hanoun   ...

Firas Al-Atraqchi

Firas Al-Atraqchi, B.Sc (Physics), M.A. (Journalism and Communications), is a Canadian journalist with eleven years of experience covering Middle East issues, oil and gas markets, and the telecom industry. He is a columnist for ...

Amal al-Atrash

Amal al-Atrash ... her father was a cousin of Sultan al-Atrash   ...

Enass al-Atrash

Enass al-Atrash ...   ...

Sultan al-Atrash

Sultan Atrash (1891-1982), ommonly known as Sultan Pasha al-Atrash, ... Prominent Druze leader and Commander General of the Great Syrian Revolution (1925-1927). He fought against the Ottomans, French, and even against the Syrian government in days of dictatorship. One of the most influential figures in Syrian and Druze history, he played a major role in deciding the destiny of Jabal el Druze an ...

Mohammad Essam Ghoneim al-Attar

Mohammad Essam Ghoneim al-Attar ... dual Egyptian-Canadian citizenship ... sentenced, in April 2007, to 15 years in jail for spying for Israel   ...

Mohammed al-Attar (alias for this person)

Raed al-Attar

Mohammed Omer reports (21 August 2014) ...

Sameer Muhammad Ali Al-Attar

Adalah and PCATI report:    Mr. Sameer Al-Attar is a resident of Beit Lahiya, works as a driver and is a father of six. On January 5, 2009 the army began to fire toward his home, forcing the family to flee from the house. As the family left their home, the soldiers detained Mr. Al-Attar, his minor son and eight other residents, and turned them first into a human shield chain f ...

Nabil al-Awadi

Patrick Cockburn reports (29 December 2013) ...

Al-Awda_Wisconsin

Al-Awda_Wisconsin ...   ...

Anwar al-Awlaki

Anwar al-Awlaki was an American preacher working in Yemen -- and became the target of US military actions in the area. Anwar and his 16-year-old son were assassinated by a USAF drone strike; done with Obama's approval.  ...

Ali al-Awour

Ali al-Awour (2003/4-2014) ...   ...

Ahmed al-Azah

Ahmed al-Azah is a Palestinian non-violent campaigner from Bethlehem.  ...

Ali al-Azhari

Ali al-Azhari ... was (1972) the secretary of the Arab Students Committee at Tel Aviv university ... born in Reina, near Nazareth  ...

Mohamed al-Azi

Mohamed al-Azi (1998/9-) ...   ...

Sadik J. Al-Azm

Sadik J. Al-Azm is Emeritus Professor of Modern European Philosophy at the University of Damascus. His writings include The Origins of Kant's Arguments in the Antinomies and The Tabooing Mentality: Salman Rushdie and the Truth of Literature (in Arabic), and the long essay "The Importance of Being Earnest about Salman Rushdie." (June 2000)   was born in Damascus, in 1934, member of a wel ...

Khawla al-Azraq

Jon Elmer reports (11 August 2009) ...

Muhammad al-Azza

Muhammad al-Azza is a photographer/journalist who works at the Lajee Center in Aida refugee camp. He was shot in the face with a rubber-coated steel bullet on 8 April 2013.  Annie Robbins reports ...

Jassem al-Azzawi

Jassem al-Azzawi ...   ...

Isma'il al-'Azzi

Isma'il al-'Azzi ...   ...

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (1971-) is (2013) the leader of al-Qa'ida in Iraq, which changed its name in 2013 to the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (Isis) and claims to be the sole al-Qaida affiliate in Syria as well as Iraq. ...   ...

Murad Abu Al-Bahaa

Addameer reports ...

Marouf al-Bakhit

Marouf al-Bakhit is (2005) Jordanian ambassador to Israel.   ...

Fauzi (Fawzi) al-Bakri

Fauzi al-Bakri ...   ...

Hassan al-Banna

Hassan al-Banna (14 October 1906 – 12 February 1949) was the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt in 1928.   The Muslim Brotherhood advocated the removal of foreign domination and influence of Islamic countries, primarily Egypt. It cells and youth groups which could be brought together rapidly to form a ...

Khalil al-Banna

Khalil al-Banna (died in 1945) owned a large plantation on the coastal plain south of Jaffa. He had 11 children by his first wife; they lived in a spacious, three-storey house, close enough to the sea for them to take a quick dip on their way to school.    The family also owned a summer home in the tree-clad highlands of northern Syria. The inhabitants of this region, the impoverish ...

Marwan al-Banna

Marwan al-Banna ... cousin of Abu Nidal ... convicted of the attempted murder of Shlomo Argov in 1982 ... still in custody in 2003.   ...

Mohammed al-Banna

Mohammed al-Banna .. a fruit and vegetable merchant who lives (2002) in Nablus ... elder brother of Abu Nidal   ...

Sabri (Sabry) Khalil Al-Banna (alias for this person)

Ahmed Hassan al-Baqr

Ahmed Hassan al-Baqr ...   ...

Mohsen (Muhsen) al-Barazi

Mohsen al-Barazi (1904-1949), Syrian president Shukri al-Quwatly's private secretary in the late 1940s, was a British agent who prime minister in 1949 but was executed in the coup in August that year.  ...

Salah al-Bardawil

Dr. Salah al-Bardawil, a Palestinian writer and literary critic, was (2005) the main columnist for the Hamas weekly paper, Al Risalat (also transliterated as "al-Risaleh"). He was elected to the PLC in January 2006 on the Hamas list.   On 20 April 1999 al-Risaleh published an article alleging that the Palestinian police had tortured a criminal suspect named Ayman al-'Amasi. The Palest ...

Nael Al-Barghouthi (alias for this person)

Marwan al-Barghouti

Marwan Barghouti (b. 6 June 1959) is a West Bank Fatah leader and thought to represent the more militant branch of Fatah. He is often thought as the Palestinian Nelson Mandela.   Family relations     Fadwa Barghouti is wife    ...

Nael Al-Barghouti

MEMO reports: (28 March 2011)    Nael Al-Barghouthi – Dean of the Palestinian prisoners  Born on 23 October 1957, Nael Al Barghouthi has spent 33 years in prison. He was arreste ...

Tamim Al-Barghouti

Tamim Al-Barghouti (born 1977, Cairo) is a Palestinian poet and political scientist. Al-Barghouti comes from a lineage that is well-known in Arabic literature. His father is the Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti, and his mother is the Egyptian novelist and scholar, ...

Samer_Hilmi_Abdullatif Al-Barq

     Adameer profile: Samer Hilmi Abdullatif Al-Barq      Adameer profile     Samer Hilmi Abdullatif Al-Barq        Date of birth : 13 December 1974    Place of residence:  Jayyous-Qalqilya&nb ...

Omar Hassan al-Bashir

Omar Hassan al-Bashir is the president of Sudan.   ...

Majda Al-batsch

Majda Al-batsch is freelance journalist for Agence France Press and Newsweek.  You can hear an interview with Al-batsch which was broadcast on WBUR (a National Public Radio affiliate station in Boston) on 10 october 2000.   ...

Al-Bawaba_staff

Al-Bawaba staff ... people working for Al-Bawaba.   ...

'Omar al-Baytar

'Omar al-Baytar ... president of the Muslim-Christian association of Jaffa   ...

Jihad al-Bena

Jihad al-Bena ... construction owned by Hizbullah   ...

Wafa al-Bess (alias for this person)

Mustafa Salem al-Bishtawi

Mustafa Salem al-Bishtawi (aka, Nasser Yussef) was appointed as an Interior Minister and security specialist to the new Palestinian Authority government in February 2005. About his background:  The new interior minister, Nasser Yussef (his real name is Mustafa Salem al-Bishtawi), was born in 1943, in the northern Jordan Valley, and was one of the first recruits to Fatah's military wing, ...

Wafa al-Biss

Chris McGreal reports ...

Samia al-Botmeh

Samia al-Botmeh is Director of the Centre for Development Studies, Birzeit University   ...

Anwar Al-Bounni

Anwar Al-Bounni ... ...

Nasser al-Bouz

Rania Zabaneh reports (18 Aug 2013) ...

Samar Al-Bulushi

Samar Al-Bulushi ...   ...

Butrus al-Bustani

Butrus al-Bustani (1819-1883) ... Lebanese linguist, lrxicographer, translator and journalist. After studying at the 'Ayn Waraqa school, he converted to Protestantism and helped found an independent native Protestant church, teaching Arabic to the American missionaries and at their school in 'Abayh. He was an interpreter at the Amwerican Consulate in 1848-62. After the 1860 civil war, he publis ...

Emile al-Bustani

General Emile al-Bustani was commander of the Lebanese Army until he was replacedon 7 January 1970 by General Jean Njaim.   ...

Salim al-Bustani

Salim al-Bustani (1848-1884), the son of Butrus al-Bustani, ...   ...

Khaled Al-Butsh

Khaled Al-Butsh is (2007) a prominent leader in Islamic Jihad   ...

Ibrahim al-Dabashi

Ibrahim al-Dabashi is the former (2008) Libyian deputy permanent UN representative.  ...

Wafer Shaker al-Daghma

Wafer Shaker al-Daghma ...   ...

Mohammed al-Dahabi

Mohammed al-Dahabi is (2008) the Jordanian intelligence chief   ...

Abu al-Walid al-Dahdouh

Abu al-Walid al-Dahdouh ...   ...

Wael Al-Dahdouh

Wael Al-Dahdouh is an Al Jazeera correspondent.   ...

'Aref al-Dajani

'Aref Pasha al-Dajani (1860-1930), was in the early 1920s a former mayor of Jerusalem and the President of the Muslim-Christian Association.   Born in Jerusalem in 1856; mayor of Jerusalem during World War I; in 1918 representative to the Administrative Committee of the Muslim-Christian Association (MCA); be ...

Ahmad_Saed_Mohammad al-Damouni

Ahmad Saed Mohammad al-Damouni is a Palestinian former prisoner from Gaza. He was released on 29 October 2013.(source)   Jack Khoury and Gili Cohen report (28 October 2013) ...

Adeeb al-Dasouqi

Adeeb al-Dasouqi ... Palestinian boxer in the 1930 and 1940s. ... In March 1947, al-Dasouqi received a letter from the Arabic Office in Washington expressing sorrow that it was unable to invite him to fight in the US, since–as they wrote–the US organizers were Jewish.   ...

Farid al-Deeb

Farid al-Deeb is (2012) Hosni Mubarak's lawyer.   ...

Yusef al-Diab

Yusef al-Diab ... was mayor of Tamra in the 1950s   ...

al-Tajamu' al-Watani al-Dimuqrati

Al-Tajamu' al-Watani al-Dimuqrati, the National Democratic Assembly, is a political party in Israel. It is better known by the acronyms Balad and Tajamu.   ...

Salah al-Din

Saladin ...   ...

Shadi Kheir al-Din

Shadi Kheir al-Din ... Israeli Druze who is in the Border Police   ...

Sid Ali Salah al-Din

Sid Ali Salah al-Din ... a minister in the Jordanian government in the 1960s who passed away in 1985.   ...

Ibrahim Al-Dirawi

Ibrahim Al-Dirawi is (2013) director of the Cairo-based Centre for Palestinian Studies.  ...

Jamal al-Dura

Jamal al-Dura ... father of Muhammad al-Durrah   ...

Mohammed al-Dura

Mohammed al-Dura was a young Palestinian from Gaza assassinated by Israeli soldiers. The last moments of his life were some of the eponymous moments captured on video.   ...

Muhammad al-Dura (alias for this person)

Muhammad Ibn Isma'il al-Durazi_(Darazi)

Muhammad Ibn Isma'il al-Durazi_(Darazi) (9xx-1018/9) ... Persian ... Some authors say that he was one of the most important founders of the Druze da'wa, the other being Hasan al-Farghani al-Akhram

Mohamed Al-Duri

Mohamed Al-Duri is Iraq's former Ambassador to the United Nations and fierce critic of the UN sanctions regime.   ...

Aziz al-Duwaik

Aziz al-Duwaik, a professor of geography at al-Najah university in Nablus, is a senior member of Hamas in the West Bank. In February 2006, he was nominated by Hamas as its candidate for speaker of the new parliament.   ...

Abdel Aziz al-Dweik

Abdel Aziz Duaik (Dweik) is the speaker of the Palestinian parliament and also a Hamas member. He was abducted by the Israeli military on 6 August 2006.     A note on the spelling of Abdel Aziz Dweik's name. There is a possibility that someone may use a different transliteration, and this might yield an acceptable pronounciation, but this is certainly not the case with Dweik. I ...

Jaysh Al-Enqaz (alias for this person)

Yusef al-Fahoum

Yusef al-Fahoum ... was mayor of Nazareth at the time of its surrender to the Zionists in July 1948   ...

Saud al-Faisal

Saud al-Faisal is (2007) the Saudi foreign minister.   ...

Turki al-Faisal

Prince Turki al-Faisal is the former Saudi ambassador in Washington (September 2005 until February 2007). He often consorts with neocons.  The Henry Jackson Society profile provided for a lecture event at the House of Commons (24 Janurary 2011):   His Royal Highness Prince Turki Al-Faisal is one of the founders of the King Faisal Foundation and is the chairman of the King Fa ...

Imad Al-Falouji

Sheikh Imad Al-Falouji ... A former Palestinian Authority Minister of Information, Al-Falouji lives in the squalid Jabbaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip.   ...

Wael al-Faqeeh

Bridget Chappell reports:     Wael Al-Faqeeh  coordinated weekly demonstrations in Iraq Burin village throughout the months of July and September. The demonstrations held on land once accessible to village farmers, but since annexed by the Bracha settlement, culminated in the return of 30 dunums (a dunam is the equivalent of 1,000 square meters) of the contested land to ...

Rowan Al-Faqih

Rowan Al-Faqih ...   ...

Barakat Al-Farra

Barakat Al-Farra is the "ambassador" in Cairo of the Mahmoud Abbas PA regime. In January 2014, Al-Farra was implicated in a transaction to sell Qatari oil (donated to power the generators in Gaza) to the Egyptian oil company.  ...

Sharif Muhammad al-Faruki

Sharif Muhammad al-Faruki (1891-1920) ... an officer of the Ottoman army ... interviewed in October 1915 ...   ...

Muhammad al-Faruqi

Muhammad al-Faruqi (1891-1920) ... Arab officer in Ottoman army who deserted to British at Gallipoli   ...

Allal al-Fassi

Allal al-Fassi ...   ...

Jam’iyat al-’Arabiya al-Fatat

Jam’iyat al-’Arabiya al-Fatat ... founded in 1911 (but some sources say it was founded in Paris in 1909 -- were there two societies called al-Fatat?) by was founded in 1911 by Izzat Darwaza. Its other members included Tawfiq al-Hayyani, Fayez al-Shihabi, Rafiq al-Tamimi, ...

Jam'iyyat al-Fida'iyyah

Jam'iyyat al-Fida'iyyah ...   ...

Sherif al-Filali

Sherif Fawzi Mohamed al-Filali was an Egyptian engineer who was convicted, in March 2002, of spying for Israel and sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labour. He died in prison in July 2007.   ...

Nazem al-Ghazali

Nazem al-Ghazali (1921-1963) was one of the great Iraqi vocalists of the mid-20th century. Salima Mourad was his wife.   ...

Razan Al-Ghazzawi

Razan Al-Ghazzawi is a graduate student at University of Balamand.   ...

Adnan Al-Ghoul

Adnan Al-Ghoul ...   ...

Omar al-Ghoul

Omar al-Ghoul is an adviser to Salam Fayyad, the person appointed by Mahmoud Abbas to be the PA prime minister when, in Summer 2007, Abbas deposed Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, the party which actually won the January 2006 Palestin ...

Nuzha al-Ghusayn

Nuzha al-Ghusayn ... daughter of Yaqub al-Ghusayn. She married Anwar Nusseibeh. Sari Nusseibeh is her son.  ...

Yaqub al-Ghusayn

Yaqub al-Ghusayn (1899-1947) was an aristocratic Palestinian landowner from Ramla and founder of the Youth Congress Party. He graduated in law from the University of Cambridge. Ghussein was elected president of the first National Congress of Arab Youth, held in Jaffa in January 1932. He was a member and representative of his party in the Arab Higher Committee from its formation in 1936. In 1937 ...

Jaweed al-Ghussein

Jaweed al-Ghussein was a former Chairman of The Palestinian National Fund, and was falsely accused by Yasser Arafat of embezzling US$6 million from The Palestinian National Fund, abducted, held under house arrest in Gaza and subjected to a systematic smear campaign. Stephen A. Desmond, documentary filmmaker and journ ...

Abd Al-Rahman Al-Gillani

Abd Al-Rahman Al-Gillani ...   ...

Ayat al-Gormezi

Ayat al-Gormezi ... is (2011) a 20-year-old trainee teacher who has been tortured in Bahrain. She was detained at the end of March after she participated in a protest rally and read out a poem appealing for democratic rights and criticising the monarchy. During her detention she was whipped across the face with electric cable, held for nine days in a tiny cell with the temperature near freezin ...

Abed al-Hader (alias for this person)

Auni Bey 'Abd al-Hadi (alias for this person)

Awni Abd al-Hadi

Auni Bey 'Abd al-Hadi (1889-1970) ... Palestinian lawyer ... a Palestinian politician who served as one of Emir Faisal’s secretaries at the Paris Peace Conference and during his short-lived administration in Damascus in 1920. He then served Emir Abdullah, Faisal’s elder brother, in Transjordan. In 1924 he returned to ...

Tarab 'Abd al-Hadi (alias for this person)

Mohamed Abu al-Hadid

Mohamed Abu al-Hadid is (2007) political analyst and head of state-owned print house Dar al-Tahrir   ...

Hamza_Abu al-Haija

Hamza "Hamzi" Abu al-Haija (c. 1992-2014) was assassinated by Israeli soldiers on 22 March 2014. He survived several other assassination attempts. Hamzi is the son of Jamal Abu al-Haija, a Hamas sheikh in Jenin -- and currently serving 9-life sentences in an Israeli prison.  ...

Jamal Abu al-Haija

Sheik Jamal Abu Al Haija is an Hamas leader from Jenin who has been in solitary confinement since August 2002. Jamal's son Hamzi Abu al-Haija was assassinated on 22 March 2014.   Gideon Levy and Alex Levac report (8 March 2014) ...

Ahmad al-Haj

Ahmad al-Haj ...   ...

Ahmed Al-Haj

Ahmed Al-Haj ... Associated Press, in Sana'a   ...

Majid al-Haj

Professor Majid al-Haj ...   ...

Amal Elsana al-Hajooj

Amal Elsana al-Hajooj ...   ...

Ashraf Ahmad Jum'a al-Hajuj

Ashraf Ahmad Jum'a al-Hajuj is a Palestinian medical student (sometimes described in the media as a doctor) who has been in jail in Libya since early 1999, accused, along with five Bulgarian nurses, of causing an outbreak of HIV among children in the al-Fateh hospital in Benghazi.   Dr. al-Hajuj was given Bulgarian citizenship in June 2007.   ...

Hassan al-Hakim

Hassan al-Hakim ... ...

Mustafa al-Hallaj

Nicholas Blincoe reports (13 May 2014):208991     A more subtle form of mythologising is evident in the work of Rafic Charaf, a Lebanese artist from Baalbeck, as well as the works of Palestinian refugees ...

Iman al-Hams

Iman Darweesh al-Hams (1991-2004) was a 13-year old girl murdered by an Israeli officer in Gaza on 5 October 2004.   ...

Mahmoud al-Hamshari (alias for this person)

Salah al-Hamuri

Salah al-Hamuri ... member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine  ...

Al-Haq (alias for this person)

Rafik (Rafiq) al-Hariri

Rafik al-Hariri (1944-2005) was the eldest of three children in a poor Sunni farming family in the southern port of Sidon. He used education as a ladder of upward mobility. Initially, he trained as a teacher, and later graduated from Beirut Arab University with a degree in commercial studies.   In 1965 (the year he married his wife, ...

Saad al-Hariri

Saad al-Hariri ... son of Rafik (Rafiq) al-Hariri   ...

Ali ibn Hussein al-Hashimi

Ali ibn Hussein al-Hashimi (1879-1935), son of Hussein ibn Ali al-Hashimi, succeeded him as ruler on 3 October 1924, but was deposed a little over a year later, on 19 December 1925, by Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud, who proclaimed himself king of Hej ...

Hussein ibn Ali al-Hashimi_(Sherif_of_Mecca;_King_of_Hejaz)

Hussein ibn Ali al-Hashimi (1856-1931) was Sherif of Mecca from 29 October 1908 until he declared himself King of Hejaz on 10 June 1916.   He was King of Hejaz 1916–24 and founder of the modern Hashemite dynasty. Emir (grand sherif) of the Muslim holy city of Mecca 1908–16, at the start of World War I he sided with the Turks and Germany. However, T. E. Lawrence persuaded him, ...

Hani Al-Hassan

Hani Al-Hassan (born in 1937) is a veteran Fatah leader and former PA interior minister who has accused Mohammed Dahlan of planning to murder him. For some time he dealt with "security" issues and was a liason with Israelis.   He was fired by ...

Khaled (Khalad) al-Hassan

Khaled al-Hassan ("Abu Essaid"; 1928-1994) was a founding member of the Palestine Liberation Organization's mainstream Fatah group. Born in Haifa, the eldest son of a property-owning family, he moved to Kuwait in 1952, where he spent the next 17 years transforming the administration of the city-state into a modern municipality, while building up a network of Palestinian activists and sympathiser ...

Wissam al-Hassan

Wissam al-Hassan ...   ...

Ibraham Abu al-Hawa

Ibraham Abu al-Hawa ... lived in the Mount of Olives area of Jerusalem ... works to bring people of different faiths closer together and is known for providing shelter to tourists and vagrants who come to the capital from all over the world.   ...

Mohammed Abu al-Hawa

Mohammed Abu al-Hawa ... member of the Abu al-Hawa_family ...   ...

Abu al-Hawa_family

Abu al-Hawa family ... owners of buildings in At Tur (A-Tur) which were occupied by (sold to?) Jewish settlers in Spring 2006. One of its members, Mohammed Abu al-Hawa, was murdered in April 2006.   ...

Hib al-Hayb

Hib al-Hayb ... killed James Miller ... was identified in newspaper reports as "Lieutenant H ... a first lieutenant in the Bedouin Desert Reconnaissance Battalion". He was also named by Miller's widow as First-Lieutenant Heib.   ...

Lutfallah Al-Haydar

Dr. Lutfallah Al-Haydar was (1986) the Syrian mabassador in London   ...

Hani al-Hayek

Hani al-Hayek ... is (2008) mayor of Beit Sahour   ...

Muhammad Abu Al-Hayja

Muhammad Abu al-Hayja is a resident of Ayn Hawd Al-Jadida. A civil engineer by training, he is the founder and director of the Association of Forty, an organization devoted to achieving government recognition for the "unrecognized villages" of Israel.   ...

Abu Yusuf al-Heib

Rachid Sekkai reports (20 October 2009):  Abu Yusuf al-Heib ... leader of the Palheib ... son of Muhammed al-Ali   Co-operation between Jews and Bedouin began before the establishment of the Israeli state in 1948. In 1946, tribal leader  Abu Yusuf al-Heib  sent more than 60 of his men to f ...

Falah Al-Heib

Falah Al-Heib ... from Bet Zarzir   ...

Idier Wahid Taysir al-Heib

Sergeant Idier Wahid Taysir al-Heib ... a Bedouin citizen of Israel ... shot and killed Tom Hurndall      Taysir el-Heyb, the oldest of six children, was born in July 1983 and lived most of his life in a small, rickety hut with no bathroom. The ...

Yousef Al-Helou

Yousef Al-Helou (1979-) is a freelance journalist based in the Gaza Strip. He can be reached at ydamadan AT hotmail DOT com. ...

Al-Hewar_staff

Al-Hewar staff ...   ...

Ahmed al-Hiba

Ahmed al-Hiba ...   ...

Azizah Y. al-Hibri

Azizah Y. al-Hibri ...   ...

Radwan al-Hilou (alias for this person)

Ridwan al-Hilu

Ridwan al-Hilu (known as Comrade Musa) ... spent three years training in Moscow; when he returned, he became Chairman of the Central Committee of the Palestine Communist Party in 1934.  After the arrest in late 1936 of Ridwan al-Hilu, the secretary of the PCP and an Arab, the remaining members of the Central ...

Hani al-Hindi

Hani al-Hindi ... sometimes described as Palestinian but actually a Syrian volunteer in the 1948 War ... In 1951, he co-founded the Arab Nationalist Movement with George Habash, ...

Jamal al-Hindi

Jamal al-Hindi is a PFLP member who was brutally tortured by Shin Bet.   ...

Musa Al-Hindi

Musa Al-Hindi is a Palestinian refugee from Acre, born and raised in Lebanon and active with Al-Awda, the Palestinian Right to Return Coalition. He spent most of his formative years amidst the squalor and deprivation of Bourj al-Barajneh, a densely populated refugee camp in Beirut.   ...

Rashad al-Hindi

Rashad al-Hindi ... a Palestinian activist from Germany   ...

Suheil al-Hindi

Suheil al-Hindi ...   ...

Ziad al-Homsy

Ziad al-Homsy was the duputy mayour of the village of Saadnayel. Al-Homsy was a collaborator with the Israelis and spied for them in the Bekaa valley.   ...

Suzanne Al-Houby

Suzanne Al-Houby ... originally from Jaffa ... resident in Dubai ... Marketing Manager of the American Hospital Dubai   ...

Bayan Nuwayhed (Nuwayhid) Al-Hout

Bayan Nuwayhid al-Hout was born in Jerusalem to Lebanese parents. After the Palestinian dispossession (Nakba), her family moved to Amman and she was educated in Amman and Ramallah. At the end of the 1950s the family returned to its place of origin in Lebanon, and she completed her education there, receiving a Doctorat d’Etat in Political Science from the Lebanese University, where she went on to ...

Shafik al-Hout

Shafik al-Hout (1932-2009) born in Jaffa, 1932, went into exile with his family during the fighting that surrounded the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, moving directly to Lebanon and earning Lebanese citizenship..   He was one of the founders of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and served for years as an independent member of the PLO Executive Committee, and as a clo ...

Shafiq al-Hout

Shafiq al-Hout (1932-2009), born in Jaffa, was a co-founder of the Palestine Liberation Organization He was a close aide to Yasser Arafat until they fell out because al-Hout rejected the Oslo Accords.   Al-Hout graduated from the a ...

Tawfiq Abu al-Huda

Tawfiq Abu al-Huda ...   ...

Amin al-Husaini,_Grand_Mufti_of_Jerusalem (alias for this person)

Ruba al-Husari

Ruba al-Husari was (1996) working for Majattat al-Dirasat al-Filastiniyah, a sister publication of the Journal of Palestine Studies   ...

Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni

Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni was a commander of the Palestinian resistance who was killed in 1948.   ...

Amin Al-Husayni (alias for this person)

Jamal al-Husayni

Jamal Husayni (1892-1982), a cosuin of Haj Amin Al-Husayni, attended the St. James Palace round table Conference in London in January 1939 -- which the mufti was not allowed to attend. He was released from detention in Southern Rhodesia to a ...

Kamil al-Husayni

Kamil al-Husayni ... older brother of Haj Amin Al-Husayni   ...

Musa Kazim Al-Husayni

Musa Kazim Pasha Al-Husayni (1850 - 1934) ... son of Salim Husseini ... brother of Hussein Husseini ... was Ottoman governor of Yemen ... appointed mayor of Jerusalem after the death of his brother Hussein.   He was nominated to ...

Adnan al-Husayni

Adnan al-Husayni is (2004) head of the Supreme Muslim Council in Jerusalem.   ...

Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni_(2)

Abd al-Qader al-Husseini is the son of the late Faisal Al-Husseini. Abd al-Qader al-Husseini was named after his grandfather who was a commander of the Palestinian resistance who was killed in 1948.   ...

Amin Al-Hussaini (alias for this person)

Muna al-Hussein

Muna al-Hussein ...   ...

Zeid Ra'ad Zeid Al-Hussein

Zeid Ra'ad Zeid Al-Hussein ...   ...

Abdel-Qader Al-Husseini

Abdel-Qader Al-Husseini ... killed at Al-Kastel in 1948.   ...

Faisal Al-Husseini (alias for this person)

Fawzi (Fauzi) al-Husseini

Fawzi Darwish al-Husseini ... nephew, but opponent of Haj AMin al-Husseini ... murdered on 23 November 1946   ...

Hind al-Husseini

Hind Husseini (1916-1994), a Jerusalem socialite and a dedicated Palestinian social activist and humanist, was born in Jerusalem. A cousin of Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni , she was coordinator of the Arab Women’s Union. In April 1948, after sh ...

Hussein Salim al-Husseini (alias for this person)

Hussein Selim al-Husseini

Hussein Selim Effendi al-Husseini was mayor of Jerusalem from 1910 until 1915 when he was removed by the Ottomans from office and then reinstalled in December 1917 to sign the city’s surrender to British troops. He died in early 1918. His father, Salim Husseini was mayor for fifteen years in the late 19th centu ...

Jamal al-Husseini (alias for this person)

Rabbah Daoud Amin Effendi al-Husseini

Rabbah Daoud Amin Effendi al-Husseini ... Soon after his fourth marriage, al-Husseini died. In 1895, his home near the Sheikh Jarrah mosque (about half a mile north of the Damascus Gate) was sold to Horatio Spafford and his wife, Anna. The building became known as the American Colony, and is now a hotel   ...

Wael al-Husseini

Wael al-Husseini is a PLC member (Jerusalem) and on 29 June 2006 was abducted by the Israeli occupation forces.   ...

Salman Al-Huzail

Sheikh Salman Al-Huzail (xxxx-1982) ...   ...

Abdul Rahman Yahya al-Iryani

Abdul Rahman Yahya al-Iryani (1908-1998) ... born Jewish ... converted to Islam ... president of the Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen) in 1967-1974   ...

Isa al-Isa

Isa Daoud al-Isa (1878-1950) was born in Jaffa. He founded the newspaper Filastin with his cousin Yusef al-Isa. His son ...

Dawlat al-Islam

Dawlat al-Islam group ... said to be an affiliate of ISIS ... said to have called Reuters Jerusalem claiming it was behind the kidnapping of three settler youth in mid-June 2014   ...

Dawood al-'Issa

Dawood al-'Issa ... founded the newspaper Falastin with his brother, 'Issa al-'Issa,   ...

'Issa al-'Issa

'Issa al-'Issa (1878-1950) ... editor and owner of the Palestinian newspaper Falastin, which he founded with his brother Dawood al-'Issa, was a Greek Orthodox Christian who supported the pan-Ottoman trend   ...

Tarek Al-Issawi

Tarek Al-Issawi is a journalist working for the Associated Press.   ...

Hizb al-Istiqlal

The Independence Party (Hizb al-Istiqlal) was an Arab nationalist party established on 13 August, 1932, in Palestine during the British mandate. Its origins lay in the Istiqlal movement associated with the short-lived Sharifian government in Damascus.   The rise of the party marked the turn by some Palestinians to mass resistance to the Zionist project and its British patron. During the ...

Manal al-Ja'bari

Manal al-Ja'bari is (2013) a field researcher for B'Tselem   ...

Ahmed al-Jaabari

Ahmed al-Jaabari was the military commander of the Hamas armed groups. On 11 January 2009, the Israeli military bombed his house. He was assassinated by an Israeli airstrike on 14 November 2012.  Elizabeth Muray reports ...

Issa al-Jabari

Issa al-Ja'bari is a Palestinian politician, and Minister of Local Government. On 29 June 2006 he was abducted by the Israeli occupation forces.  ...

Mohammed Ali al-Jabari

Mohammed Ali al-Jabari ... was mayor of Hebron in the 1940s ... in the late 1960s and early 1970s ... Hebron University is an independent non-profit institution, established in 1971 by the late mayor of Hebron, Sheikh Mohammad Ali Al-Jabari. ... Head of the Jericho Conference of December 1948 which called for the unification of West Bank and Jordan. Held a seat in the upper chamber of the Jordan ...

Suleiman al-Jabari

Rich Wiles reports (24 February 2014) ...

Ali Hassan al-Jaber

Matt Wells reports(13 March 2011) ...

Saadallah al-Jabiri

Saadallah al-Jabiri ...   ...

Mohammed al-Jafari

Mohammed al-Jafari is a Fatah leader living in the Dheisheh refugee camp.  ...

Jamal al-Jamal

Jamal al-Jamal (1957-2014) ...   ...

Kanaan Al-Jamal

Kanaan Al-Jamal is a Palestinian from the village of Asira Al-Shamaliye, where assassinated Hamas military leader Mahmoud Abu Hanoud and the four Palestinian suicide bombers who killed Nurit Peled-Elhanan's daughter came from.   ...

Muhammad Fadhil al-Jamali

Muhammad Fadhil al-Jamali (1903-1997) an Iraqi politician, Iraqi foreign minister, and prime minister of Iraq from 1953 to 1954. In 1945, al-Jamali, as Iraqi Minister of Foreign Affairs, signed the United Nations Charter on behalf of his country. Later, he was a defendant in a show trial in 1958-59.   ... Iraqi statesman who was the last survivor of the signatories to the UN Charter ...

Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi

Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi ...   ...

Ahmed Al-Jarallah

Ahmed Al-Jarallah is the editor-in-chief of the  Arab Times , the Kuwaiti newsorgan.   From a recent editorial by Ahmed Al-Jarallah:  PEOPLE of Arab countries, especially the Lebanese and Palestinians, have been held hostage for a long time in th ...

Sabri al-Jarjawi

Sabri al-Jarjawi ... Israeli Bedou who died in July 2008 from injuries sustained when he was assaulted by Israeli police on the the beacj at Ashkelon on March 21 that year   ...

'Abd al-Qadir al-Jaza'iri

'Abd al-Qadir al-Jaza'iri ...   ...

Ahmed al-Jazar_(Jazzar)

Ahmed al-Jazar Pasha (c.1735–1804) was the Bosnian-born Ottoman governor of Acre who, aided by a Royal Navy squadron under Commodore Sir Willam Sidney Smith, withstood a two-month siege by Napoleon Bonaparte.   When young, Jazar ...

Al-Jazeera

Al-Jazeera is a Qatar based broadcaster and news agency.   ...

Iman al-Jilani

Iman al-Jilani ... is a sister of Ziad al-Jilani   ...

Moira al-Jilani

Moira Reynolds al-Jilani, an American born in Barbados who has lived in Jerusalem since 1993, is the widow of Ziad al-Jilani   ...

Ziad al-Jilani

Ziad al-Jilani ... killed by Israeli police on 11 June 2010  Moira al-Jilani is his widow.   ...

Abdel-Rahman al-Jizawi

Abdel-Rahman al-Jizawi ... prominent Palestinian wrestler in the 1920s   ...

Nazmi Al-Ju'be (alias for this person)

Nazmi Al-Ju'beh

Nazmi al-Ju'beh (1955-) ... a Palestinian historian and archaeologist, born in East Jerusalem, who teaches at Bir Zeit University in the West Bank and is co-director of Riwaq, the Ramallah-based Center for Architectural Conservation.   ...

Nazmi Al-Jubeh (alias for this person)

Ras al-Jud

Ras al-Jud ... an employee at state-owned Lebanese mobile phone firm Alfa ... arrested in 2010 on suspicion of spying for Israel ... reportedly managed to flee from Lebanon to Israel in July 2010 by crossing the border near Bint Jbeil   ...

Hakam_Abu al-Kabash

  Gideon Levy and Alex Levac report (12 April 2014) ...

Yusuf al-Kabeer

Yusuf al-Kabeer ...   ...

Azza al-Kafarna

Angela Robson reports ...

Dahia (Dihya) al-Kahina

Dahia (Dihya) al-Kahina was a leader of the Jewish Berbers in the Aures Mountains of Algeria in the 7th century.   ...

Hasan Sa'id al-Karmi

Hasan Sa'id al-Karmi, originally from Tul Karm, lived in the Qatamon area of Jerusalem and worked in the Education Department during the British Mandate period in Palestine. After the nakba, to earn a living, he had to go into exile in Britain, where he worked for the Arabic service of the BBC. He died in May 2007, in Amman, where he had been living for many years.   ...

Samih al-Kassem

Samih al-Kassem (1939-) ... Palestinian citizen of Israel ... poet   ...

Haitham Al-Katib

Haitham al-Katib is a journalist living in the occupied West Bank village of Bilin.  ...

Abd al-Rahman al-Kawakibi

Abd al-Rahman al-Kawakibi (1855 - 1902) was an Arab Nationalist writer who helped popularize the movement in the 1890 in a campaign to attempt to revive the Arab caliphate. He was one of the first Muslims to support the Arab Nationalist movement, a campaign generally accredited to Christian Arabs at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon.  ...

Imad al-Kawasme

Imad al-Kawasme ...   ...

Rashid 'Ali al-Kaylani

Rashid 'Ali al-Kaylani also spelled Sayyad Rashid Ali al-Gillani, son of Sayyad Abdul Wahhab al-Gillani ý (1892–1965) served as prime minister of Iraq on three occasions:   March 20, 1933 – October 29, 1933   March 31, 1940 – January 31, 1941   April 3, 1941 – May 29, 1941   He is chiefly remembered for his efforts to bring Iraq into the Axis sphere of influence during ...

Subhi al-Khadra

Subhi al-Khadra ...   ...

Bashir Al-Khairi

At the age of 6, Bashir Al-Khairi was expelled from Ramle when the Israeli invaded in July 1948. He is (2002) head of the political bureau of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.   ...

Mehdi al-Khalasi

Sheikh Mehdi al-Khalasi ... led the Shia Muslim insurrection against British occupation in 1920.   ...

Ahmad al-Samih al-Khalidi (alias for this person)

Ahmad Sameh al-Khalidi (alias for this person)

Husayin Fakhry al-Khalidi (alias for this person)

Hussein Fakhri al-Khalidi

Dr. Husayin Fakhry al-Khalidi (1895-1962 or 1966?) was born in Jerusalem. ... served in the Ottoman army ... He worked as medical doctor for the Department of Public Health in Aleppo during Amir Faisal's rule (see this article).   Khalidi was elected mayor of Jerusalem in 1934 but was was exiled by the Briti ...

Raghib al-Khalidi

Hajj Raghib al-Khalidi (1866-1952) ... Palestinian judge   ...

Rashid I. al-Khalidi

Until 2003, Rashid I. Khalidi was professor of Middle East history and director of the Center for International Studies at the University of Chicago. In September 2003, Dr. Khalidi was appointed to the Edward Said Chair in Arab Studies at Columbia University in New York.   He h ...

Ruhi al-Khalidi

Ruhi al-Khalidi (1861-1913) ... Born in 1864 in Jerusalem; writer and essayist; held many administrative positions during the Ottoman rule; studied Islamic sciences and philosophy in Paris; lecturer at Sorbonne University, Paris; scholar and teacher at the Institute for Foreign Languages in Paris; appointed Counsel General of the Ottoman Empire in Bordeaux, France, from 1898 to 1908; elected in ...

Yusuf Diya’ al-Khalidi (alias for this person)

Haya al-Khalifa

The Project Aladin profile:    Sheikha  Haya Rashed Al-Khalifa  is a lawyer and diplomat from Bahrain who was the President of the 61st session of the United Nations General Assembly. She was the first Muslim woman to hold the position a ...

Abu al-Khalil (alias for this person)

Umm al-Khalil (alias for this person)

Nadhira Al-Khalili

Nadhira Al-Khalili ... legal counsel for Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)   ...

Jawad al-Khalisi

Jawad al-Khalisi ... ...

Al-Khansaa

Tumadir bint Amru al-Harith bint al-Sharid, usually simply referred to as Al-Khansa (Arabic translated as either "gazelle" or "short-nosed") was a 7th century female poet. She was a contemporary of Prophet Muhammed, and eventually converted to Islam. In her time, the role of a female poet was to write elegies for the dead and perform them for the tribe in public oral competitions. Al-Khansa won ...

Nader Al-Khateeb

Nader Al-Khateeb (born: 30 July 1960) is the General Director of the Water and Environmental Development Organization (WEDO), a non-profit Palestinian organization that promotes a number of environmental programs and projects centered around water quality control, water conservation, wastewater treatment and reuse, as well as solid waste management and recycling. He is also the Palestinian Direc ...

Abdelelah al-Khatib

Abdelelah al-Khatib is (2007) the Jordanian foreign minister.   ...

Ahmad al-Khatib

Ahmad al-Khatib ... an AUB-trained medical doctor from Kuwait who was a co-founder of the Arab Nationalist Movement and who eventually became a member of parliament and opposition leader in Kuwait.  ...

Anwar al-Khatib

Anwar Al-Khatib was a Palestinian notable in Jerusalem who was the Jordanian governor of Jerusalem (Oct 1948 - 1950). He died in 1993.  From the NYT obituary (9 February 1993):   Anwar al-Khatib, a Palestinian who served as Governor of Jerusa ...

Ashraf Al-Khatib

Ashraf Al-Khatib (b 1979) is a Palestinian activist from Bil'in.   ...

Fuad al-Khatib

Fuad al-Khatib ... associate of Hussein ibn Ali al-Hashimi, the Sherif of Mecca and later King of Hejaz   ...

Ghassan al-Khatib

Ghassan Khatib, born in 1954 in Nablus, is (2003) Minister for Labour in Abu Mazen's government. As an active member of Palestine National Front (PNF), which waged a non-violent struggle in 1973-74 inside the occupied territories, Mr. Khatib was in Israeli detention from 1974 - 1977.  Khatib was a member of the Palestinian delegation to the Madrid Peace process in 1991, and he was i ...

Muhammad Nimr al-Khatib

Sheikh Muhammad Nimr al-Khatib (1918-2010) was leader of the Muslim Bretheren and pro-Husayni head of the Arab Committee in Haifa during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. He founded an Islamic society called Jam‘iyyat al-I‘tisam in 1941. Khatib's family held the mufti-ship of Haifa during Ottoman rule. Nimr al-Khatib was targeted for assassination by the Haganah, as part of Operation Zarzir, on 19 F ...

Oday al-Khatib

Oday al-Khatib, 22 years old (2013), born and raised in Al Fawwar refugee camp near Hebron, was arrested on March 19 by Israeli soldiers who were chasing stone-throwing youths in the area. He is a star singer of Al Kamandjati, the acclaimed Ramallah-based music school founded in 2005 by Ramzi Aburedwan, and has recorded and toured with various Arabic music ensembles in France, Belgium, Lebanon, ...

Omar Al-Khatib

Al Haq reports (5 September 2013):179192     Approximately 40 Israeli soldiers raided Qalandiya refugee camp at 5:15am to arrest 24-year-old ...

Rouhi al-Khatib

Rouhi al-Khatib (1913-1994) was the mayor of Jerusalem at the time of the 1967 Israeli colonial conquest of the city. He was expelled from the country because he refused to cooperate with the occupation authorities; he was among the 1,500 Palestinian potential leaders expelled after 1967 (documented by Rami G. Khouri, Potential Leaders Expelled: Israel's Deportation Policy, MERIP Reports, No. 6 ...

Yousef al-Khatib

Annie Robbins reports(26 August 2013) ...

Maryam Al-Khawaja

Maryam Al-Khawaja is a Bahraini rights defender whose father, Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, is a political prisoner.  ...

Jamal Al-Khodary

Jamal Al-Khodary is (2013) the Chairman of Popular Committee Against the Siege.   ...

Yousif al-Khoei

CASS profile    Yousif al-Khoei is the Director of the Centre for Academic Shi'a Studies and also Director of Public Affairs at the Al-Khoei Foundation. The philanthropic foundation operates a number of pioneering educational, social, and religious pr ...

Faris al-Khoury

Faris al-Khoury (1877-1962) ... Syrian delegate to the UN in November 1947   ...

Hind Al-Khoury

Hind Al-Khoury is (2006) the PA's representative in Paris. Previously (2005) was the PA's new representative for Jerusalem.   ...

Murad al-Khufash

Murad al-Khufash is a Palestinian farmer who is part of a self-reliance/self-sustainability movement. Khufash lives near the Ariel settlement, and has to deal with constant harassment and the pollution of his farmland from Ariel's sewage.  ...

Fuad Al-Khuffash

Addameer's profile:    Date of birth : 11 June 1975   Occupation : Journalist and director of Ahrar Center for Prisoners' Studies and Human Rights   Place of residence : Marda, Nablus   Marital Status : Married with three child ...

Nasser Al-Kidwa

Nasser Al-Kidwa was, until 2005 (when he was succeeded by his long-time deputy, Riyad Mansour), Permanent Observer for Palestine at the United Nations. He left the UN post to become the PA Foreign Minister.    Comment  by ...

Salama al-Kishawi

Salama al-Kishawi runs the Tropika factory in Gaza.   ...

Alean Al-Krenawi

Prof. Alean Al-Krenawi, a Bedu, was appointed head of the social work department at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Be'er Sheva, in August 2004.   ...

Talal Al-Krenawi

Talal Al-Krenawi is (2013) Mayor of Rahat.  ...

Sa'di Al-Krunz

Sa'di Al-Krunz ... Born in 1958, Dr Al-Krunz is a resident of Al-Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip. He gained a PhD in Statistics from Purdue University in Indiana, USA in 1989. He was a minister of transportation in 2003 and minister of industry from 1998 to 2002.   ...

Mahmoud al-Kumi

... was a cameraman for the al-Aqsa television channel when he was killed by an Israeli missile on 20 November 2012. ...

Samir al-Kuntar

Samir al-Kuntar ... see this website   ...

Abu Kamel al-Kurd (alias for this person)

Mohammed al-Kurd

Mohammed al-Kurd is (2012) a Palestinian teenager from Sheik Jarrah whose house was taken over by settlers. He is featured in Julia Bacha's My Neighborhood documentary.   ...

Nabil Al-Kurd

Nabil Al-Kurd, aged 66 in 2009, is a member of the al-Kurd family in Sheikh Jarrah that has been dispossessed by Israeli settlers ...   ...

Iyyad al-Kurdi

Iyyad al-Kurdi manages the Gaza Strip branch of the "Morning Star" migrant-labour employment agency.   ...

Mousa Al-Kurdi

Mousa Al-Kurdi is a Syrian gynaecologist formerly working in the UK, but then changed to working for the Syrian National Council -- a Syrian opposition group. His daughter is Rola Hallam -- another doctor who lends herself to produce anti-government propaganda.  ...

Fawzieh al-Kurd_(Khurd)

Fawzieh al-Kurd ... Mohammad al-Kurd was her husband.   ...

Mohammad al-Kurd_(Khurd)

Mohammad al-Kurd ... two weeks after the al-Kurds were finally evicted from their home on 9 November, Abu Kamel suffered a fatal heart attack  ...

Nasser al-Laham

Nasser al-Laham (c. 1967-) is (2006) editor in chief of the Palestinian news agency Ma'an   ...

Hassan al-Lakis (alias for this person)

Hassan al-Laqis

Hassan Howlo al-Laqqis (c. 1960-2013) ...   ...

Hassan Al-Laqqis

Hassan Al-Laqqis was a Hezbollah commander of the resistance.   ...

Hussein al-Laqqis (alias for this person)

Mohammed Abd al-Latif

Mohammed Abd al-Latif ... Palestinian Israeli businessman in Umm al-Fahm.   ...

Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh

Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was a Palestinian/Hamas member of the Al Qassam brigades. He was assassinated in Dubai on 20 January 2010.   Avi Issacharoff and Amos Harel report (31 Jan 2010):     Mahmoud Abd al-Rauf al-Mabhouh , was born on February 14, 1960 in Jabalya. He joined the Muslim Brotherhood in the late 1970s in the Gaza Strip, and was considered very pious. Du ...

X, a still-unnamed suspect in the killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh

X, a still-unnamed suspect in the January 2010 killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh ... allegedly he was arrested in Canada in June 2010 ... but the RCMP denies it was involved   ...

Mahmud Abdel Rauf al-Mabhuh (alias for this person)

Mu'in al-Madi

Mu'in al-Madi ...   ...

Rania al-Madi

Rania al-Madi ... consultant for BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugees Rights   ...

Ahmad al-Mahdi

Imam Ahmad al-Mahdi (1633-81) ... ruled 1676-81 ... in 1679 ordered the expulsion of Jews from central Yemen to Mawza   ...

Ghalib al-Majadlah

Ghalib al-Majadlah (1953-) from Baka al-Garbiyeh. This is what Jonathan Cook has to say about him:     Raleb Majadele, a Muslim, is a senior member of the Labor party and a Zionist (what might be termed, in different circumstan ...

Muhammad al-Majid

Ali Abunimah reports (28 November 2013) ...

Al-Majlesiyoun

Al-Majlesiyoun ... those who supported the Supreme Muslim Council as the focal point of Palestinian leadership in Mandate Palestine   ...

Ibrahim al-Makadmeh

Ibrahim al-Makadmeh (1952-2003) was born four years after his family was expelled from its village of Yibna, south-west of Jerusalem, when Israel was created. He was a Palestinian and Hamas senior leader in the Gaza Strip who was assassinated by Israeli forces on 8 March 2003.   ...

Jawad Al-Malhi

Jawad Al-Malhi (2007 MA, Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton) was born in Jerusalem in 1969. He had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Palestine, Jordan, Japan, Europe and the US. He co-founded the Open Studio Palestine project that runs art workshops for children. His international residencies ...

Amran al-Maliah

Amran al-Maliah (1917-2010), born at Safi in Morocco to a Jewish family from Essaouira, moved to Paris in 1965. In Paris he worked as a teacher of philosophy and journalist. From 1980 when he was 63 he started writing and traveling back and forth between France and Morocco. He stated that, in spite of his long stay in France, he devoted his entire literary life to Morocco. After 1999 he lived in ...

Amran al-Malich (alias for this person)

Hisham ibn Abd al-Malik

Hisham ibn Abd al-Malik (691–743), 10th Umayyad caliph, ruled from 723 until his death in 743.   ...

Nuri al-Maliki

Nuri al-Maliki ...   ...

Riad al-Malki

Dr. Riad al-Malki is (beginning 2007) the information minister in the Palestinian Authority, although initially he was the "foreign minister". He is former director of Panorama Center, a NGO promoting "civil society and democracy". He is a former professor of engineering at Bir Zeit University and a former spokes ...

Al-Manar

Al-Manar (Arabic, "the beacon") is Hezbollah's TV station.   ...

Abu al-Nour al-Maqdessi (alias for this person)

Laila Al-Marayati

Laila Al-Marayati was an appointed member of the nine-person US Commission on International Religious Freedom from 1999 to 2001.   ...

Mohammed Al-Maskati

Mohammed Al-Maskati ... head of the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights   ...

Bashar al-Masri

Bashar al-Masri runs Massar International - a private sector holding company based in Ramallah, Palestine, that includes an advertising agency, a management consulting and technology services firm, real estate ventures and financial services firms. Its subsidiary, Sahem Trading & Investments is the largest brokerage house serving the small yet growing Palestinain capital markets and recently ...

Bassam al-Masri

Dr. Bassam al-Masri ...   ...

Hani al-Masri (alias for this person)

Izz al-Din (Izzidin/Izzadin) Shuheil al-Masri

Izzidin al-Masri,from Al-Aqaba, blew himself up at the Sbarro pizzeria in Jerusalem on 9 August 2001. He was escorted to the restaurant by Ahlam Tamimi.   ...

Maher Al-Masri

Maher Al-Masri is (2004) Minister of Economy in the PA.   ...

Mohammed al-Masri

Mohammed al-Masri is the acting mayor of Qalquilya and a Hamas representative who held talks with the British government mid 2005. The mayor himself, Wajia Nazal, is in an Israeli prison under administrative detention.   ...

Muhir al-Masri

Muhir al-Masri is (2005) a spokesman for Hamas in the Gaza Strip.   ...

Munib R. Al-Masri

Munib Rashid Al-Masri (1934-) is a member of the Palestine Central Council and former Jordanian Cabinet Minister. During his term as cabinet minister he helped Yasser Arafat and his Fatah commanders escape Jordan during the Black September period.   He was born in Nablus and attended an-Najah School (now an-Najah National University). He was involved in establishing the al-Quds Univers ...

Nasser a-Din al-Masri

Sheikh Nasser a-Din al-Masri   ...

Yasser al-Masri

Yasser al-Masri is (2010) coordinator of al-Takamol   ...

Fadhel Al-Matrook

Fadhel Al-Matrook ... killed in protests in Bahrain on 15 February   ...

Ahmed Abdullah Al-Mawawi

Ahmed Abdullah Al-Mawawi ... General Commander of the Egyptian Army in Palestine in 1948   ...

Ilyas Hanna al-Mawsuli

Ilyas Hanna al-Mawsuli ... a Syriac Catholic priest from Iraq ... in the late 1600s arrived in Venice on an English ship from Iskandarun and for the next seven years wandered from Italy yo Spain and from Portugal to Sicily. In 1675, he boarded a Spanish ship from Cadiz to South America   ...

Badran Turki Hisham al-Mazididih

Badran Turki Hisham al-Mazididih...   ...

Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed Al-Megrahi

Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed Al Megrahi (1952-2012) ...   ...

Hamadi al-Mohtesab

Rich Wiles reports (24 February 2014) ...

Magied Youssef al-Molqi

Magied Youssef al-Molqi (c. 1962-), jailed for 30 years in 1985 for the murder of Klinghoffer, was released in 1996 by Italian magistrates on 12 days' parole 'for good behaviour'. He disappeared. ...   ...

Walid al-Mualem

Walid al-Mualem (b: 13 January 1941) is (2011-2013) Deputy Prime Minister and former the Syrian Foreign minister.   ...

Al-Mu'arada

Al-Mu'arada (the opposition) -- those who opposed the Supreme Muslim Council as the focal point of Palestinian leadership in Mandate Palestine   ...

Khaled al-Mudallal

Khaled al-Mudallal is a Palestinian student at Bradford University who has been impeded by the Israelis from leaving Gaza to resume his studies. In Sept. 2007, Mudallal challenged in an Israeli court the exit denial by the Israeli authorities.   ...

Nermeen Al-Mufti

Nermeen Al-Mufti ... ...

Ahmad al-Mughni

Jillian C. York report ...

Kamel Al-Mughni

Saleh Al-Naami reports:   Professor  Kamel Al-Mughni , 65, is the former dean of the College of Fine Arts at An-Najah National University in Nablus. He lives in the Al-Shajaiyeh neighbourhood of Gaza City and two years ago was diagnosed with throat cancer. He underwent surgery in an Israeli hospital, and this improved his health condition. Those supervising his treatment r ...

Dalal al-Mughrabi

Dalal al-Mughrabi (1959-1978) ...   ...

Khalil al-Mughrabi

Khalil al-Mughrabi, at the age of 11, was shot dead in Rafah by the Israeli army in 2001 as he played football with a group of friends   ...

Mahmud al-Mughrabi

Mahmud al-Mughrabi (1960-1985) was killed by the Israeli air force in its 1 October 1985 raid on Tunis. Born in Jerusalem, he had already been in Israeli detention 12 times by the age of 16 and was one of the first who dared to speak in public about the methods of interrogation of Palestinian detainees used by the General Security Services in Israel. He then gave his permission to being publicly ...

Qassem al-Mughrabi

Qassem al-Mughrabi ...   ...

Abdulateef Al-Mulhim

Abdulateef Al-Mulhim writes essays and op-eds that appear in regularly in Arab News, the SUSRISblog and elsewhere. He retired from the Royal Saudi Navy with the rank of Commodore. Al-Mulhim served extensively in the United States, including attendance at the Maritime College of the State University of New York. He is based in Alkhobar and can be contacted at: almulhimnavy@hotmail.com   ...

Muhammad Al-Munsif_(or_Moncef)

Muhammad al-Munsif (or Moncef) (1881-1948) ... was Bey of Tunisia, under the title Muhammad VII, during World War 2.   During his reign, Tunisia was the only Arab country to come under direct German occupation. Following the Allied victory at El Alamein in October 1942, German forces were ordered to occupy Tunisia and in doing so brought under their control a population of 90,000 ...

Al-Muqtadir

Al-Muqtadir ...   ...

Said Musa al-Muragha

Col. Said Musa al-Muragha (1927-), born in Silwan, is a Palestinian militant better known as Abu Musa.   A Palestinian refugee, Abu Musa served in the Jordanian Army, an artillery specialist. He was sent to receive a military education at the prestigious British Sandhurst Military Academy. He was involved in a co ...

Abbas al-Musawi_(Moussawi)

Sayed Abbas al-Musawi (1952-1992) was General Secretary of Hizbollah. He was assassinated, along with his wife, his son and four others, near Jibchit on 16 February 1992 by a missile-firing Israeli helicopter   ...

Hassan al-Mustafa

Hassan Almustafa is a Saudi journalist. He is a graduate of King Saud University.  ...

Al-Mutawakkil

Al-Mutawakkil ...   ...

Salah Al-Naami (alias for this person)

Saleh al-Naami

Saleh Al-Naami is (2007) a Gaza-based journalist, an expert on Israeli affairs and correspondent for the London-based pan-Arab newspaper, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat.  ...

Muhammad Al-Nabari

Muhammad Al-Nabari ... mayor of Hura   ...

Mohammed al-Najar

Mohammed al-Najar was an Islamic Jihad leader assassinated on 11 January 2011 with a missile strike.   ...

Abd_al-Nasser al-Najjar

Abd al-Nasser al Najjar is (2013) chairman of the Palestinian Journalists' Union.   Amira Hass reports (28 July 2013) ...

Ghassan al-Najjar

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours reports ...

Mazen Al-Najjar

Mazen Al-Najjar was a professor at USF, and is the brother-in-law of Sami Al Arian.   ...

Taher Al-Nammari

Taher al-Nammari is chairman of the board of directors of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group (PHRMG).   ...

Fakhri al-Nashashibi

Fakhri al-Nashashibi (1899 - 1941), a nephew of Raghib al-Nashashibi, was a controversial political organizer and, from late 1920 until his assassination in Baghdad in November 1941, the Nashashibi family's strong-arm man. After holding a number of posts in the mandate government, including aide-de-camp to High Commi ...

Nasser al-Din al-Nashashibi

Nasser al-Din al-Nashashibi ... worked in the Arab Office in the last years of the British Mandate and became in the 1950s the editor of the Cairo-based newspaper Al-Gomhuria.  ...

Raghib al-Nashashibi

Raghib, Bey, al-Nashashibi (1881-1951) was a distinguished public figure and wealthy landowner under the Ottoman Empire, the British Mandate and the Jordanian administration. Nashashibi graduated from Istanbul University and became Jerusalem's District Engineer. His family, the Nashashibis is one of the most influential and ancient of Jerusalem familes, and has historically been a rival to the H ...

Nassir Abdulaziz al-Nasser

Nassir Abdulaziz al-Nasser is (2007) the Qatari embassador to the United Nations.   ...

Mohammed Jamal Al-Natsha (alias for this person)

Abdul Khaleq al-Natshe

Abdul Khaleq al-Natshe is the Hamas prisoner representative who together with Marwan Barghouti produced what became known as the "Prisoners Document" (May 2007).   ...

Muthafar al-Nawab

Muthafar al-Nawab ... Iraqi poet   ...

Thamam al-Nawajah

Thamam al-Nawaja ...   ...

Reem al-Nimer

Reem al-Nimer ... widow of Abu al-Abbas.   ...

Ahmad_al-Haj_Muhammad_Abu al-Nimr

Ahmad al-Haj Muhammad Abu al-Nimr is a PFLP leader living in Beit Furik, Nablus gov.   ...

Itihad al-Nisa'i

Itihad al-Nisa'i ... post-1938 women's organization in Palestine. It emerged due to a split in the Arab Women's Association, sometime after the convening of the Eastern Women's Conference on the Palestine problem, in Cairo in 1938.   ...

Jamal al-Nouri

Joe Catron reports (10 July 2013) ...

Hassan ibn al-Nu’man

Hassan ibn al-Nu’man ...   ...

Al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man

Al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man (4xx-554) was the king of the Lakhmids in 503/505–554.   ...

Jihad al-Obeidi

Shahd Abusalama reports (13 Jan 2013): ...

Gaith Al-Omari

Gaith Al-Omari ...   ...

Ghaith al-Omari

Ghaith al-Omari is Advocacy Director of the American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP)   Max Blumenthal reports (27 November 2013) ...

Nuri al-Oqbi (alias for this person)

Farouk (Farouq) Al-Qaddoumi (alias for this person)

Imad Al-Qadi

Imad Al-Qadi, from Nablus, went to the US as a graduate student in 1985. He has been a professor at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg since 1990.   ...

Mahawash al-Qadi

Mahawash al-Qadi is a Palestinian from Gaza who was kidnapped from Gaza for allegedly being involved in the capture of an Israeli soldier in 2007.   ...

Samir Al-Qadi

Samir Al-Qadi is (2014) a member of the Palestinian Legislative Council. Samir lives in Al Khalil.   ...

Abd al-Raziq Abd al-Qadir

Abd al-Raziq Abd al-Qadir, a Marxist, was a great-grandson of the 19th-century Algerian Berber rebel Amir Abd al-Qadir. He grew up near Damascus, where the family had moved after being sent into exile by the French. In 1954, Abd al-Raziq joined the Algerian FLN. Given his family connections and revolutionary fervor, ...

Amir Abd al-Qadir

Amir Abd al-Qadir (1808-1883) was an anti-French Berber who led a rebellion in the Kabyle Mountains against the French army in the 1830s following Algeria's conquest. After the resistance had been crushed, he went into exile in Syria.   He was effective at using guerrilla warfare and for ...

Asad Sulayman Abd al-Qadir

Asad Sulayman Abd al-Qadir ... PLO commander   Dina bint Abdu'l-Hamid is/was his wife   ...

Hatim Abd al-Qadir

Hatim Abd al-Qadir is (2005) a Palestinian legislator.   ...

Doaa (Da'ah) Abd al-Qadr

Doaa (Da'ah) Abd al-Qadr was a 14-year old girl from from the village of Faroun who was killed by an Israeli army sniper while out walking with a 12-year old friend on 19 December 2006  ...

Nasser Abd al-Qadr

Nasser Abd al-Qadr is a farmer from the village of Faroun, near Tul Karm. All his land was stolen by the Israelis by means of the route of the wall that cut off the access. In Oct. 2006, he crossed the border in search of work, and was caught and imprisoned on the accusation al-Qadr denies that he sought to steal a car. In Dec. 2006, his 14-year-old daughter was killed when she attempted to cr ...

Zuhair al-Qaisi

Zuhair al-Qaisi ... was the secretary-general of the Popular Resistance Committees when he was assassinated by Israel in March 2012  ...

Zuhair Al-Qaissi

Zuhair Al-Qaissi was the leader of Popular Resistance Committees in Gaza. He was killed on 9 March 2012.   ...

Abdullah (Abdallah) al-Qalqili

Shaikh Abdullah Qalqili ... one of the mufti's most vociferous opponents ... a member of the Nashashibi faction in 1930s Palestine ... owner and editor of a newspaper called Al-Sirat al-Mustaqim ('The Straight Path')   ...

Samir al-Qantar (alias for this person)

Zakaria Al-Qaq

Zakaria Al-Qaq is the Palestinian Co-Director of IPCRI - Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information   ...

Yusuf al-Qaradawi

Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi (1926-) is an Egyptian Islamic theologian.   ...

Ali al-Qasem

Ali al-Qasem ... Palestinian collaborator with the Zionists ... He arranged lands sales to the Zionists and was a major Haganah intelligence asset--while also serving as an Arab intelligence operative--until he was executed by the IDF Intelligence Service in December, 1948. His liquidation without legal sanction led to the trial and then the dismissal of ...

Khalid bin Saqr al-Qasimi

Khalid bin Saqr al-Qasimi ...   ...

Izz Al-din (Ezzedine) al-Qassam

Sheikh Izz Al-din al-Qassam (1882-1935) ... Born in Latakia (Ladeqiya), Syria; Muslim preacher, religious teacher and social reformer with residence in Haifa; Muslim Brotherhood member; preached Jihad (holy war) and revolution against both the British and the Zionists; organiser and leader of the first Palestinian guerilla group, acting against British security forces while preaching in Hebron; ...

Mohammad al-Qatari

Gideon Levy and Alex Levac report (29 August 2014) ...

Abdel Mohsin al-Qattan

Abdel Mohsin al-Qattan (1929-) ... in 1990, resigned as a member of the Palestinian National Council, primarily to voice his objection to Yasser Arafat's support of the Iraqi invasion and occupation of Kuwait.  ...

Mrs. Al-Qattan

Mrs. Al-Qattan ... mother of Omar Al-Qattan  ...

Omar Al-Qattan

Omar Al-Qattan is a Palestinian-British filmmaker living in London. He worked as director on Muhammad ­ Legacy of a Prophet, which was broadcast on PBS on 18 December 2002. He is currently co-producing a film, co-directed by an Israeli and a Palestinian, on the disastrous consequences of the 1947 UN decision to partition Palestine.   ...

Hani al-Qawasma

Hani al-Qawasmi is (2007) an academic who was appointed as Interior minister in the March 2007 unity government.   From a IMEMC article:   The family of Al Qawasmi is from Hebron, he was born in Gaza city in 1958. He studied Law at Al Azhar University in Egypt, and returned to the Gaza Str ...

Fawzi (Fauzi) al-Qawuqji

Fawzi al-Qawuqji ...   ...

Yusof al-Qazaz

Yusof al-Qazaz ...   ...

Muhammad_Ali al-Qeimary

Al Haq reports (31 October 2013) ...

Al-Quds_Cement_Company

Al-Quds Cement Company ... owned by the family of Ahmad Qurei   ...

Al-Quds_University

Al-Quds University ...   ...

Samir al-Quntar (alias for this person)

Shukri (Shuqri) al-Quwatli_(Quwaitli/Quwatly/Kuwatly)

Shukri al-Quwatli (1892-1967) was a Syrian statesman and the first President of independent Syria. He was born in Damascus. He entered political life as a member of the National Bloc, who led opposition to the French mandate. He became the leader of the National Bloc in 1940, and was elected President in 1943. He worked to liberate Syria from French dominance. In April 1946, and after mounting i ...

Hassin al-Rafa'iya

Hassin al-Rafa'iya ... was (2008) chairman of the Regional Council for the Unrecognized Villages   ...

Hashem Abd al-Rahman

Hashem Abd Al Rahman is (2004) mayor of Umm al-Fahm. ...

Mahmud al-Ramahi (alias for this person)

Wajih Wajdi Al-Ramahi

Amira Hass reports (11 December 2013) ...

Urayeb (Uraib/Oraib) al-Rantawi

Urayeb al-Rantawi, director of the Al-Quds Center for Political Studies in Amman, is a Palestinian commentator based in Jordan   ...

Abd el-Aziz Al-Rantisi

Dr. Abd el-Aziz Al-Rantisi (born October 1947 in Yibna) was an Hamas leader assassinated by Israel in Spring 2004. Samir al-Rantisi was his cousin.    ...

Samir al-Rantisi

Samir al-Rantisi assisstant to Yasser Abed Rabbo, and instrumental in signing the Geneva accord. Al-Rantisi was assassinated in Ramallah in May 2005. He was a cousin of Abd el-Aziz Al-Rantisi.   ...

Mohamed Al-Rantissi

Mohamed Al-Rantissi is the son of the assassinated Hamas leader Abdul-Aziz Al-Rantissi   ...

Muaid al-Rawi

Muaid al-Rawi ...   ...

Hisham Abd al-Raziq

Hisham Abd al-Raziq is (2005) the PA Minister for Prisoner Affairs.   ...

Samir al-Rifai

Samir al-Rifai ... Prime Minister of Transjordan/Jordan six times between 1944 and 1963. His son, Zeid al-Rifai, served as prime minister four times, most recently in 1985-89.   ...

Nowaf al-Rosan

Nowaf al-Rosan is one of three people (the others are Hussein Ahmed Ghassan Said and Nowaf al-Rosan), who were convicted of the attempted murder of the then Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Shlomo Argov in 1982. According to an ministerial answer in the UK House of Lords on 13 March 2003, to a question asked by Greville Janner, he was, at that time, being detained under the provisions o ...

Sharif Al-Rujoob

Addameer reports ...

Ali Saleh al-Sa'adi

Ali Saleh al-Sa'adi ...   ...

Mohammad_Ahmad_Mahmud al-Sabbagh

Mohammad Ahmad Mahmud al-Sabbagh is a Palestinian former prisoner from Jenin. He was released on 29 October 2013.(source)    ...

Jehan al-Sadat

Jehan al-Sadat (1933-) is the widow of Anwar Sadat. She was born in Cairo, Egypt as the first girl and third child of an upper-middle-class family of an Egyptian surgeon father (Safwat Raouf), and English music teacher mother (Gladys Cotterill), her mother was the daughter of Charles Henry Cotterill, a Sheffield City ...

Hamoud Mahmoud al-Safadi

Hamoud Mahmoud al-Safadi ... ... Is he or not the same as Mahmoud al-Safadi?   ...

Mahmoud al-Safadi

Mahmoud al-Safadi is a Palestinian who reportedly was imprisoned for many years for throwing molotovs during the first intifada. A letter written by Safadi to Ahmadinejad came much to the prominence during the Dec 2006 Tehran conference on the holocaust.  Is he or not the same as Hamoud Mahmoud al-Safadi? ...

Thamer al-Sahri

Thamer al-Sahri ... a 15-year-old boy who was killed by Syrian government forces in early Summer 2011 - his bullet-ridden body was released by the authorities and returned to the family home near Dera'a  ...

Issam al-Said

Issam al-Said was was the mayor of Jaffa in the early 1920s   ...

Nouri Al-Said

Nouri Al-Said, an advisor to Emir Faisal, attended the 1919 Versailles Conference and was later Prime Minister of Iraq on several occasions. He was killed in the 1958 coup. At the time of his death, he was prime minister of the short-lived Iraq-Jordan Federation.   ...

Said Al-Said

Said Al-Said ... King Saud University   ...

Said bin Sultan Al-Said

Sayyid Said bin Sultan Al-Said ... Sultan of Muscat and Oman ... In 1840, Said bin Sultan moved his capital from Muscat to Stone Town in Zanzibar ... he also sent an embassy to the US   ...

Khalil Al-Sakakini

Khalil al-Sakakini (1880-1953), a Greek-Orthodox Palestinian writer and educator, was born in Jerusalem. At a young age, he emigrated to the United States where he failed as a businessman. He returned to Palestine in 1908 when the Young Turk Revolt broke out; became a leader and organizer of the struggle against the patriarchate; elected member of the delegation to Istanbul in 1909 to protest ...

Al-Salah_Association

Al-Salah Association is a charitable organization in Gaza. In 2007, due to Israeli pressure its bank accounts were frozen.   ...

Muhammad Mahmud Muhammad 'Abd Al-Salam

Muhammad Mahmud Muhammad 'Abd Al-Salam ... formerly from Ein Hod ... living in Jenin refugee camp in 1985 ...   ...

Khalid Al-Salfiti

Khalid Al-Salfiti is (2004) a Palestinian shopkeeper in the Old City in Jerusalem. He was born in Salfit, in the central West Bank, but moved to Jerusalem in 1962, at the age of 12, when he was orphaned.   ...

Bassam al-Salhi

Bassam al-Salhi ... the PA Presidential candidate for the People's Party - the former Communist Party   ...

Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri al-Samarrai (alias for this person)

Khaled al-Sana

Khaled al-Sana ... is (2010) head of the Lakiya town council   ...

Talab al-Sana

Talab al-Sana ... a Palestinian citizen of Israel is (2004) a member of the Knesset   ...

Sasha Al-Sarabi

Annie Robbins reports (1 May 2013) ...

Raed_Abdul_Jabbar_Mohammed al-Sarkaji

Raed Sarakji ...   ...

Mahmoud al-Sarsak

Mahmoud Sarsak is a Palestinian national team soccer player who was jailed for three years without charges by the Israeli government. He was denied contact with his family, a trial and kept largely in solitary confinement. Finally Sarsak was freed after refusing food for ninety days, losing a third of his body weight,   Amnesty International reports (pp. 24-25): ...

Abdullah bin Abdelaziz al-Saud

Abdullah bin Abdelaziz al-Saud is the Saudi king.   ...

Abbas al-Sayed

Abbas al-Sayed ...   ...

Abbas Al-Sayid

Abbas Al-Sayid ...   ...

Abd al-Hamid al-Sayih

Shaykh Abd al-Hamid al-Sayih ... As president of Jerusalem’s Shari‘a Court of Appeal, Abd al-Hamid al-Sayihwas the highest Muslim religious official in theWest Bank at the time of Israel’s occupation in 1967, senior to both the president of the Shari‘a court (the qadi) and the mufti. Born in Nablus in 1907, he studied at al-Azhar in Egypt, specializing in Shari‘a law. Appointed Secretary Gener ...

Badr Shakir al-Sayyab

Badr Shakir al-Sayyab ...   ...

Nasser al-Shaer

Nasser Eddin al-Shaer ... deputy prime minister in the Hamas government elected in January 2006 ... among more than 60 Hamas ministers and legislators arrested (kidnapped as hostage) by Israeli army after the Palestinian capture (called "kidnapping" by Israel) of Gilad Shalit in June 2006 ... released ... then kidnap ...

Haydar 'Abd al-Shafi

Dr. Haydar 'Abd al-Shafi (1919-2007), also transliterated as Haidar Abdel-Shafi, was born in Gaza, one of the six children of Sheikh Muheiddin Abdel-Shafi. He led the Palestinian delegation at the Madrid peace conference in 1991.  Attended primary school in Gaza; secondary education as a boarder at the Arab Col ...

Sliman al-Shafi

Sliman al-Shafi is a reporter for Israeli Channel 2 News   ...

Hana al-Shaibani

Hana al-Shaibani (1942-1970) ...   ...

Hussein al-Shaikh

Hussein al-Shaikh ... secretary of Fatah in the West Bank   ...

Ismat al-Shakhshir

Ismat al-Shakhshir ... Department of Chemistry, Al-Najah University, Nablus, West Bank, Palestine   ...

Ramadan Abdullah al-Shallah

Ramadan Abdullah al-Shallah ...   ...

Ahrar al-Sham

Ahrar al-Sham ...   ...

Farid al-Shanti

Farid al-Shanti was a journalist from Jaffa who spied for the Jewish Agency in Palestine and Transjordan.   ...

Ibrahim al-Shanti

Ibrahim al-Shanti was the owner and editor of al-Difa (Defence) newspaper which he founded in 1934. The paper had a pan-Arab outlook that was closest to the al-Husaynis' position.   ...

Jameela al-Shanti

Jameela al-Shanti, a philosophy professor at the Islamic University in Gaza, is an elected member of the Palestinian Legislative Council for Hamas. She led a women's protest against the siege of Beit Hanoun on Friday, 3 November 2006.   ...

Farouk Al-Shara

Farouk Shara is the Syrian vice-president.   ...

Ayman Al-Sharawneh (alias for this person)

Khairat al-Shater

Mohammed Khairat Saad El-Shater[1] (born 4 May 1950) is an Egyptian engineer, businessman and Islamist political activist. He was the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate for the Egyptian presidential election in 2012 before disqualification by the election commission. Previously, he was the deputy chairman ("deputy supreme guide") of the Brotherhood.  ...

Khairat al-Shatir

Mohammed Khairat Saad el-Shater (born 4 May 1950) is an Egyptian engineer, businessman and Islamist political activist. A leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood, el-Shater was the initial candidate of movement's Freedom and Justice Party during the 2012 Egyptian presidential election before being disqualified by th ...

Amjad al-Shawa

Amjad al-Shawa ... heads the Palestinian NGO Network, a consortium of Palestinian NGOs in the Gaza Strip   ...

Rayyan Al-Shawaf

Rayyan Al-Shawaf is a writer and freelance reviewer based in Beirut, Lebanon   ...

Rashad al-Shawa_(a-Shawa) (alias for this person)

Yousef al-Shayab

  Asa Winstanley reports ...

Samah al-Shaykh

Samah al-Shaykh is a writer who was born in Saudi Arabia in 1980 and now lives in Gaza   ...

Samah al-Sheikh

Samah al-Sheikh ...   ...

Umar al-Shishani

Umar al-Shishani, an ethnic Chechen, born Tarkhan Batirasvili in Soviet Georgia, ...   ...

Jamal al-Shobaki

Jamal al-Shobaki is (2007) the Palestinian ambassador to Saudi Arabia.   ...

Ahmad al-Shuqayri (alias for this person)

As'ad al-Shuqayri

Sheikh As'ad al-Shuqayri of Acre collaborated with Zionists between the wars ... Ahmad Shuqayri was his son   ...

Asad al-Shuqayri

Sheikh Asad al-Shuqayri ... father of Ahmad al-Shuqayri  ...

Jihad al-Shwaikh

Jihad al-Shwaikh ...   ...

Attallah Abu al-Sibbah

Attallah Abu al-Sibbah ...   ...

Ahmad Al-Sifi

Addameer reports ...

Yahya al-Sinwar

Yahya al-Sinwar (b. 1962) is a Hamas political leader from Khan Yunis, Gaza.   Al Qassams profile  ...

Abdul Fatah al-Sisi

Abdul Fatah Saeed Hussein Khalil al-Sisi (aka General Sisi, born: 19 November 1954) is an Egyptian Colonel General. He has been the Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces since 12 August 2012. He also serves as the Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and Minister of Defense and Military Production   ...

Wael Al-Ska

Wael Al-Ska is (2011) head of the Jordanian lifeline committee   ...

al-Sultanah

On 30 April 1840, the Sultanah, belonging to Sayyid Said bin Sultan Al-Said and carrying Ahmad ibn Na'aman as an envoy, arrived in New York, becoming the first Middle Eastern ship to dock in the US. The ship had left Muscat on 23 December 1 ...

Zainab Al-Suwaij

Zainab Al-Suwaij is (2013) the Executive Director of the the American Islamic Congress (AIC), a neocon islam-hatred-promoter organization.  Max Blumenthal reports (7 May 2013) ...

Tawfiq al-Suweidi_(Suwaidi)

Tawfiq al-Suweidi (1892-1968) was an Iraqi politician who served as Prime Minister of Iraq on three occasions: April 28, 1929 - August 25, 1929; February 23, 1946 - May 31, 1946; February 5, 1950 - September 4, 1950.   ...

Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari

Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari ...   ...

Sulayman al-Taji

Sheik Sulayman al-Taji was a leading Palestinian notable during the early 1900s.   ...

al-Takamol

al-Takamol is (2010) a Palestinian think tank/advocacy group in the West bank. Its coordinator is Yasser al-Masri   ...

Muhammad al-Tal

Muhammad al-Tal is a member of the Palestinian legislature. al-Tal is from Al Khalil.   ...

Ahlam Al-Tamimi (alias for this person)

Anwar al-Khatib al-Tamimi

Anwar al-Khatib al-Tamimi (1917-1993), the Jordanian-appointed governor of the Jerusalem District, was the highest-ranking Jordanian civilian administrative official in the West Bank at the time of the 1967 war. Before his appointment as Jerusalem’s governor in 1965, he had served asmayor of Jerusalem, in several Jordanian cabinets, and as ambassador to Egypt. Born in Hebron, he died in the W ...

Muhammad Basim Mustafa Sultan al-Tamimi

Muhammad Basim Mustafa Sultan al-Tamimi ... PLO official assassinated in Limassol in February 1988   ...

Osama Bilal Al-Tamimi

Osama Bilal Al-Tamimi is a young (2012) Palestinian from Nabi Saleh. In April 2012 he was injured in the eye due to a rubber bullet.   ...

Rafiq al-Tamimi

Rafiq al-Tamimi ...   ...

Sheikh Taysir Al-Tamimi (alias for this person)

Abdullah al-Tariqi

Abdullah Tariqi ... graduated from UT Austin in 1947 ... first wife was an American ... Saudi petroleum minister ... one of the visionaries behind OPEC ... died 7 Sep 1997   ...

Hosam al-Taweel

Hosam al-Taweel, 40, is a Christian (Greek Orthodox) Palestinian. He was a candidate running on the electoral ticket of Islamic resistance group Hamas in Gaza, in the upcoming Palestinian parliamentary elections. He was elected to one of six seats specially designated for the Christian community in the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC). He worked as a volunteer at the YMCA in Gaza for ...

Jamal Al-Tawil

Jamal Al-Tawil is (2010) the mayor of Al-Bireh. Here is his page in the municipal website. His wife is Muntaha, and his daughter Bushra is a journalist.   IMEMC reports:     Israeli forces invaded the house of Sheikh Jamal al Taweel, Mayor of the central West Bank city of ...

Muhammad Mahmoud Odeh Abu al-Thahir

Muhammad Mahmoud Odeh Abu al-Thahir was assassinated by an Israeli sniper on 15 May 2014.  Ali Abunimah reports (21 May 2014) ...

Hamad bin Jassem al-Thani

Hamad bin Jassem al-Thani is (2006) a Qatari diplomat at the United Nations.   ...

'Anan al-Tibi

At the end of February 2007, the Israeli army launched a major military operation in the Old City of Nablus. During this invasion, on February 26th, 'Anan Mohammad al-Tibi (49) was killed by Israeli troops as he was standing on his roof in the Yasmine neighborhood. His son Ashraf (20) was also shot in the same spot, ...

Ashraf al-Tibi

Ashraf al-Tibi ... son of 'Anan al-Tibi   ...

Mahmoud Adel Fares al-Titi

Amnesty International reports (27 February 2014) ...

Emile al-Tubasi

Emile al-Tubasi ... Palestinian refugee from Jaffa ... pharmacist ... living (1990s) in Ramallah   ...

Muhammad_Farid Al-Tuhami

Egyptian Brigadier General Muhammad Farid Al-Tuhami  ...

Nuri Al-Ukbi

Nuri Al-Ukbi ... Bedouin citizen of Israel   ...

Walid al-Umari

Walid al-Umari is (2007) the Al Jazeera correspondent in Jerusalem.   This Haaretz article there is an interview with al-Umari, and it states:    Walid Al-Umari, 49, was born in the village of Sandala in the Jezreel Valley. While studying international relations at the Hebrew University, he went ...

Jamil 'Abd al Kassim al-Wadia

Jamil 'Abd al Kassim al-Wadia ...   ...

Nu'man Abd al-Wahid

Nu'man Abd al-Wahid ...   ...

X al-Wahidi

X al-Wahidi (1965-) was born Rehovot. In the 1980s she and her mother both converted to Islam, and later she married a Gazan and moved to the Gaza Strip. In 2013, the Israeli government is demanding that she undergo tissue-culture testing to prove her identity.   ...

Hassan Al-Wardian

Joseph Algazy reports:    Hassan Al-Wardian , 49, has been held since April 5, 2002 in Ketziot prison under the authority of an administrative decree, which is renewed every three-six months. His eldest son, Mahmoud Al-Wardian, 26, is also an administrative detainee. The Al-Wardian family lives in ...

Al-Watan

Chaim Levinson reports (15 July 2013) ...

Al-Wataniya

Al-Wataniya ... Qatari-owned cellphone company in the West Bank   ...

Marwan Iqab Al-Yihya

Marwan Iqab Al-Yihya ... a survivor of the Tantura massacre who reached Haifa after the massacre  ...

'Abd al-Rahman al-Yusuf

'Abd al-Rahman, Pasha al-Yusuf was a Kurdish official in Damascus who owned large estates in Golan and elsewhere in Syria. One source says that, in 1886, he sold land near the village of Ramthaniyya in the Golan to Bet Yehuda Society of ...

Husam_Khalil al-Za'anin

Al Haq reports (1 August 2013) ...

Yasser Al-Zaatrah

Yasser Al-Zaatrah is a Palestinian political analyst based in Amman.   ...

Aisha al-Zaban

Aisha al-Zaban died in late August 2004 while on hunger strike in solidarity with her son who had joined the mass hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners. Doctors had advised her to end her fast, but she refused and died of a heart attack.   ...

Mahmoud al-Zahar

Dr. Mahmoud al-Zahar (born 1945) is a co-founder of Hamas He became the foreign minister in the PA government formed after Hamas won the elections in January 2006.   He graduated from the Cairo University Faculty of Medicine and five years later he got his Masters Degree in General Surgery from Ain Shams University, Cairo. He then became the advisor to the Palestinian Health Minister, ...

Youssef al-Zahar

Youssef al-Zahar is a senior Hamas official involved in its military wing. He is the brother of Mahmoud al-Zahar.   ...

Saleh al-Zahari

Saleh al-Zahari ... a renowned Arabic and Hebrew linguist who took part in the revolution that ousted the Imam al-Badr and declared a republic in Yemen.   ...

Zechariah al-Zahari

Rabbi Zechariah al-Zahari ...   ...

Mahmoud Al-Zahhar

Dr. Mahmoud Al-Zahhar is one of the prominent leaders of the Hamas Movement in the Gaza Strip. He has already survived at least one Israeli assassination attempt (on 10 September 2003).   ...

Muntazer (Muntadhar) al-Zaidi_(al-Zeidi)

Muntazer al-Zaidi (1979-) is an Iraqi broadcast journalist who serves as a correspondent for Iraqi-owned, Egyptian-based Al-Baghdadia TV. Al-Zaidi's reports often focused on the plight of widows, orphans, and children in the Iraq War.   On November 16, 2007, al-Zaidi was kidnapped by unknown assailants in Baghdad. He was also previously twice arrested by the United States armed forces serv ...

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is an al-Qaeda jihadi fighter, but it is not certain he is still alive (may have been used for propaganda purposes).   ...

Daoud al-Zebneh

Daoud al-Zebneh ... man who raised white flag on roof of mosque in al-Ghabisiyyah, only to be killed by the Jewish troops   ...

Mustafa Ali al-Ali Al-Zibri

Mustafa 'Ali al-Ali Al-Zibri (1938-2001), also known as Abu Ali Mustafa, was born in the West Bank town of Arrabah, near Jenin. He was elected leader of the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine) in July 2000. He was assassinated by Israel on 27 August 2001 when at least two missiles struck his offi ...

Wael Al-Zird

Wael Al-Zird is a Hamas leader in Gaza.   ...

Sobhi Al-Zobaidi

Sobhi al-Zobaidi is a Palestinian film-maker who was born in Jerusalem in 1961 and grew up in the Jalalazone refugee camp near Ramallah. He studied at BirZeit before moving to New York where he studied economics and film. In the mid-1990s, after the Oslo accords, he returned to Palestine, to Ramallah, where he established reFugee Camp Productions, a film production company which aims to give you ...

Munir al-Zoubi

Brigadier General Munir al-Zoubi is (2010) commander of the Palestinian Presidential Guard the force that protects top officials in the Fayyad/Abbas "government" and guests   ...

Kais al-Zubaidi

Nicholas Blincoe reports (13 May 2014):208991     Many are now famous. The Lebanese artist Saloua Raouda Choucair, who enjoyed a one-woman retrospective at Tate Modern in 2013, designed covers for PLO publications. The Jordanian sculptor ...

Layla Al-Zubaidi

Layla Al-Zubaidi ...   ...

Fadaa al-Zugheibi

Fadaa al-Zugheibi is a PFLP leader living in Jenin.   ...

Muhammad al-Zugheibi

Muhammad al-Zugheibi is (2014) a PFLP leader living in Jenin.   ...

al-‘Asifa

al-Asifa (Arabic for "the storm") ... early name for the military wing of Fateh   ...

Abu Alaa (alias for this person)

Haled Ala'arj

Haled Ala'arj is a Palestinian attorney working in the Israeli military courts in the occupied territories.   ...

Alabaster

Alabaster ... pseudonym for somebody unknown   ...

Omar Aladdin

Omar Aladdin ... from Um Salmone   ...

Joseph ('Pepe') Alalu

Joseph ('Pepe') Alalu ... of the Meretz Party ... deputy mayor of Jerusalem in 2009   ...

M. Junaid Alam

M. Junaid Alam is a graduate in political science/journalism from Northeastern University. He is a son of M. Shahid Alam.  ...

M. Shahid Alam

M. Shahid Alam is a Professor of Economics at Northeastern University, Boston. Professor Alam holds a BA from the University of Dhaka, MA from the University of Karachi, and Ph.D. from the University of Western Ontario. He may be reached at m ...

iyad alami

iyad alami ...   ...

Mona Alami

Mona Alami ...   ...

Samar Alami

Samar Alami, a Lebanese-Palestinian woman, and daughter of a banker, was wrongly convicted of conspiracy to cause explosions, in a case arising from the 1994 Attack on the embassy of Israel in London [  ...

Khader Alamour

Chaim Levinson reports ...

David Alamouti

David Alamouti is a film producer.   ContraImage reports:profile (14 October 2012)    David's previous productions include a documentary about an immigrant choir for the BBC and a feature length documentary on Iranian Cinema. In 2010, he produced the 'Citizen's Project" ( ...

Amal Alamuddin

Amal Alamuddin ...   ...

Alan Alan

Alan Alan ...   ...

Ray Alan

Ray Alan ...   ...

Jose Alaniz

Jose Alaniz ... University of Washington's Department of Comparative Literature  ...

Ali Alarabi

Ali Alarabi is National Director of The United Arab American League in Chicago, USA.   ...

Said Alarabli

Said Alarabli ... Palestinian prisoner in Israeli jail ... from Gaza ... was arrested in July 1994 ...   ...

Esmaa Alariachi

Esmaa Alariachi is (2014) president of Dutch Muslim women's organization Al Nisa.   ...

Rami Alarya

Rami Alarya is a videographer from Ezariya.   ...

Alaska_Airlines_staff

Alaska Airlines staff ... staff of Alaska Airlines.   ...

Mohammed Alatar

Mohammed Alatar a Palestinian born in Jordan who lives in America, is a longtime peace activist. He founded a group, Palestinians for Peace and Democracy, a grassroots group “dedicated to educating the public about the plight of the Palestinian people and their struggle toward freedom and statehood.”   He went to the West Bank to document the nature of Israeli colonial settlements, and ...

Iyad Alawi

Iyad Alawi ...   ...

Nidal Alayasa

nidal alayasa ...   ...

Khaled al‐‘Azayzeh

Khaled al‐‘Azayzeh ...   ...

Dan Alba

Dan Alba likes to defend those who defend those who can not defend themselves, and exposing those whose offenses are indefensible. Read other articles by Dan, or visit Dan's website.   ...

Ido Alba (alias for this person)

Felia Albak

Felia Albak was (in the 1970s) director of the Civil Section at the State Attorney's office. Albak developed a legal mechanism that relied on Ottoman Land Law, and permitted the designation of extensive tracts of land in the West Bank as state lands, allocating them to the settlements. Data made public by B'tselem in 2002 show that, between 1967 and 1979, approximately 700,000 dunam were design ...

Catherine Albanel

Catherine Albanel is (2007) French Minister of Culture and Communication   ...

Anthony Albanese

  Anthony Albanese is (July 2013) the deputy prime minister in the federal government of Australia. He is a founding member of the Parliamentary Friends of Palestine in Australia.   Dan Goldberg reports ...

Majeda Albatsh

In November 2004, Majeda Albatsh, a reporter for the French press agency, announced her intention to run in the January 2005 elections for for head of the Palestinian Authority. Albatsh, who lives in East Jerusalem, said she was doing so to advance the issues of East Jerusalem residents and women.   ...

Plia Albeck

Plia Albeck (1937-2005) ... She "directed the Civil Department of the State Prosecutor's Office for 24 years and maintained close ties with rightist circles"179098 .   She was described by ...

Ezekiel Hai Albeg

Ezekiel Hai Albeg ... Baghdad-born ... the last House Poet of the Syrian Sephardic community of Brooklyn who composed his masterwork Kenaf Renanim as a maqama, a form of rhymed prose that was utilized by Andalusian writers.   ...

Plia Albek (alias for this person)

Shalom Albek

Shalom Albek (1931-) ... professor of law at Bar-Ilan University   Plia Albek was his wife.   ...

X Alber

X Alber (first name not yet known by PIWP) ... was, around 1929, a lecture manager (probably for the ZOA).   ...

Aaron Albert

Aaron Albert is a zionist activist associated with CAMERA   ...

Aviad Albert

Aviad Albert ...   ...

Boaz Albert

Boaz Albert is a hardline violent settler from the settlement of Yitzhar.   ...

Heinrich Albert

Dr. Heinrich Albert ...   ...

Ilan Albert (alias for this person)

JUDY GUMBO ALBERT

JUDY GUMBO ALBERT ...   ...

Michael Albert

Michael Albert is a founder and current member of the staff of Z Magazine and as well as a system operator of Z Magazine's web system.   ...

William E Alberts

Rev. William E Alberts ...   ...

A. P. Albina

A.P. Albina was a Levantine Catholic merchant from Jerusalem who enjoyed good relations with senior British officials   ...

Marianne Albina

A Christian Palestinian, Ms. Albina lives in East Jerusalem and holds an MA in Philosophy from Birkbeck College in London and an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from Hebrew University. During the 1948 war, the family home of Ms. Albina’s father was seized and the family was expelled. Today, more than 100 Israeli houses are built on her parents’ land. Each time they pass by their land, she and her f ...

Joseph Albo

Joseph Albo (1380-1444) ...   ...

Joseph Albo_(2)

Joseph Albo ... one of the founders, in 1935, of the Israel Discount Bank   ...

Janet Albrechtsen

Janet Albrechtsen writes for  The Australian . Quote from her in the Campus Watch website:   "The [Campus Watch] website should be part of the rich and robust intellectual debate we so desperately need after September 11 and the massacre in Bali. But it isn't… The vitriol confirms [Daniel] Pipes' findings: those who teach Middle East studies not only follow a pro-Arab, pr ...

Alastair Albright

Alastair Albright is a Guardian reader who lives in London   Alastair Albright's letter to the Guardian (2 Feb 2011:    As an elected member of the Israeli parliament, Haneen Zoabi can perhaps afford to take her hardline stance (Comment, 31 January), whereas the official Palestinian representatives, whom she so decries, must take a more reasonable and practical position. ...

David Albright

David Albright, a former UN weapons inspector, is the founder and president of the Institute for Science and International Security. He was a speaker at the AIPAC Annual Conference in March 2006 [1]   Albright is a dual American-Isr ...

Madeleine Albright

Madeleine Korbel Albright (neé Marie Korbelova in the former Czechoslovakia) was the US Secretary of State and ambassador to the UN during the Clinton presidency. Before that she taught international relations at Georgetown Univ.   For a better appreciation of who Albright is and what she was responsible for see: John Ryan, ...

William Foxwell Albright

William Foxwell Albright (1891-1971) was an American archaeologist, biblical scholar, linguist and expert on ceramics. From the early twentieth century until his death, he was one fo the principal biblical archaeologists and the founder of the Biblical archaeology movement.   Jeff Gates reports:   Were Christians likewise seduced by Sunday school teachings reliant on the pho ...

Ghazi Albuliwi

Ghazi Albuliwi (1976-) was born in Amman, Jordan, and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He started doing stand up comedy at the age of seventeen and soon was performing at major clubs around New York City. After a brief stint working on Saturday Night Live he decided to make an autobiographical film titled "West Bank Brooklyn." The film was selected to world premiere at the AFI Film Festival in Los A ...

Rishon Le-Zion Digital Family Album

Rishon Le-Zion Digital Family Album ... see their about-us page  ...

Ammiel Alcalay

Professor Ammiel Alcalay was born and raised in Boston and is of Bosnian origin. He teaches at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center in New York, and is the author of numerous books on Arab Jews and Levantine culture.   He signed the RETURN statement.   ...

Alberto Alcalde

Alberto Alcalde is (2014) an architect at ARCO, an Italian architects' cooperative working in the West Bank.   ...

Blake Alcott

Blake Alcott is an ecological economist living in Cambridge, England.   ...

Sami Aldeeb

Dr. Sami Aldeeb is a Swiss citizen, of Christian Palestinian origin. See  his writings. See his curriculum vitae   ...

John Alderdice_(Lord_Alderdice)

John, Lord Alderdice, is a British diplomat who helped to negotiate the "Good Friday Agreements" in Northern Ireland.   ...

Geoffrey Alderman

Professor Geoffrey Alderman was Academic Dean of the American InterContinental University in London until 2006. He is also a regular columnist for the Jewish Chronicle.   Prior to his post at AIU, Dr. Alderman served as the Vice President for International Programs at Touro University in New York. Dr. Alderman was also the Head of the Quality Assurance & Audit Service and Pro Vice-Chanc ...

Willem-Gert Aldershoff

Willem-Gert Aldershoff held various positions in the Departments for International Relations and Justice and Home Affairs at the European Commission and is now (2013) an independent advisor on EU policy on Israel and Palestine, Brussels.   ...

Gaby Aldor

Gaby Aldor ... is (2009) the oo-artistic director of the Arab-Hebrew Theatre in Jaffa   ...

Zvi Aldoraty

Zvi Aldoraty ... co-author, with Israel Koenig, of what became known as the  Koenig Report . Later, he was recommended by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin as his candidate for appointment as director of the Labor Party's Arab Department.   ...

Richard J. Aldrich

Richard Aldrich ...   ...

William P Aldrich

William P Aldrich ... chairman of the United Method Church Divestment Task Force   ...

Hamed Aleaziz

Hamed Aleaziz is (2011) an editorial intern at Mother Jones. ...   ...

Rory Alec

Rory Alec ...   ...

Gustaw (Bolek) Alef-Bolkowiak (alias for this person)

Alef_(A)

Alef (transiterated as A) is given only this name in an article published in Mynet because he wishes to remain anonymous. He is (2010) the coordinator of the anti-Palestinian subsidy initiative in Pisgat Ze'ev   ...

Polat Alemdar

Polat Alemdar ... fictional character played by Necati Sasmaz   ...

Salwa Alenat

From a 19 November 2009 event profile:     Salwa Alenat  works for Kav LaOved (Worker's Hotline) a non-profit non governmental organisation committed to protecting the rights of disadvantaged workers employed in Israel and by Israelis in the Occupied Territories, including P ...

Action Alert

Action Alert ... ...

X Alessandri

Lieutenant-Colonel X Alessandri ... head of the Bureau Noir ... previously served as Vichy's military attache in Teheran ...   ...

A. V. Alexander

Albert Victor Alexander (1885-1965) ... was a British Labour and Co-operative politician. He was three times First Lord of the Admiralty, including during the Second World War, and then Minister of Defence under Clement Attlee.   ...

Albert Alexander

Albert Alexander (1885-1965) ...   ...

Ari Alexander

Ari Alexander, an American Jew, graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 2001from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in American History and subsequently completed two Master’s degrees in the United Kingdom as a 2001 Marshall Scholar: an MA in Comparative Ethnic Conflict from the Queen's University of Belfast, with a thesis comparing the educational systems in post-war Beirut and contemporary Belf ...

Bernard Alexander

Bernard Alexander ... was a South African Zionist leader  ...

Dana Alexander

Dana Alexander ...   ...

David Lindo Alexander

David Lindo Alexander (1842–1922) and Claude Montefiore, respectively president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews and president of the ...

Douglas Alexander

Douglas Alexander was appointed in June 2007 to a cabinet minister position (secretary of state for international development) in Gordon Brown's government. Since October 1999, Alexander has visited Israel numerous times sponsored by Labour Friends of Israel.    ...

Edward Alexander

Edward Alexander is (2003) a professor of English at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, USA, and he served in the past as Professor of English at Tel-Aviv University. He is also listed as an advisor to Israel Academia Monitor another hardline zionist organization seeking to undermine calls for a ...

Esther Alexander

In the early 1950s, Dr. Esther Alexander (1929-2005) was a member of the Israeli Communist Party. Later, however, as an economist, she sometimes advised the Israeli government on economic policy. Shlomo Alexander was her husband.   ...

Hanns Alexander

Howard Alexander (c. 1918-2006), born Hanns Alexander, ... left his native Berlin for Britain in 1937, flying into Croydon airpor ...

Jacob Alexander

Jacob "Kobi" Alexander (1952-), born in Kfar Sava, Israel, is the founder and the former CEO of New York-based Comverse Technology.   In 2006, he was charged with multiple counts of fraud and related offenses pertaining to irregu ...

John Alexander

John Alexander ...   ...

Keith Alexander

  Amir Oren reports (9 June 2013) ...

Kent Alexander

Kent Alexander is (2006) the president of the AJC chapter.   ...

Lamar Alexander

Andrew Lamar Alexander, Jr. (b: 3 July 1940) is an American politician and the current senior US senator from Tennessee having served since 2003. A member of the Republican Party, Alexander previously served as the conference chair of the Republican Party in the US Senate from 2007 to 2012.   ...

Lewis M. Alexander

Lewis M. Alexander ...   ...

Mark Alexander (alias for this person)

Michael Solomon Alexander

Michael Solomon Alexander (1799-1845) was the first Anglican bishop of the Diocese of Jerusalem.   He was born into an English Jewish family living in Germany; his father was a rabbi. He emigrated to England in about 1820, and became a private tutor for a Jewish family in Colchester. Then he became rabbi at Norwich. Here he came into contact with William Marsh, a member of the ...

Neville Alexander

Dr Neville Edward Alexander (b. 1936) was the co-founder of the National Liberation Front. He graduated from the University of Cape Town with a D.Phil. (1961). In 1964, he was convicted of conspiracy to commit sabotage and was imprisoned at Robben Island until 1974. His book, One Azania, ...

Robert Jackson Alexander

Robert Jackson Alexander ... see here  ...

Seymour Alexander

Seymour Alexander,a British Jew, has helped to defend Professor Mona Baker against the smear campaign that was launched against her. He wrote the following to the Times Higher Education Supplement criticising the Jewish Telegraph:   “The smear campaign being carried out by the Manchester Jewish Telegraph against Prof. Mona Baker (mentioned by Michael Cohen and Colwyn Williamson in “Umist ...

Shlomo Alexander

Shlomo Alexander (1930- Aug. 6, 1998), solid-state physicist, who was professor of physics at the Hebrew University for many years, also serving as dean for some years, and who later moved back to the Weizmann Institute, Rehovot. In 1993, he received the Israel prize in the natural sciences. He was a member of the Israel Acdademy of Science and Humanities. His wife was ...

David Alexander_(2)

David Alexander ... Reuters   ...

Alexander_II,_tsar_of_Russia

Alexander (Aleksandr) II Nikolaevich (1818-1881) was the Emperor of the Russian Empire and Tsar of Russia from 2 March 1855 until his assassination in 1881.   In 1860, he purchased the site in Jerusalem which is now known as the Russian Compound (al-Muscobiya/Moscobiyyah), to provide services and accommodatio ...

Alexander_III,_tsar_of_Russia

Alexander III (1845-1894), tsar of Russia ...   ...

Salome Alexandra

Queen Salome Alexandra (139–67 BC) ...   ...

Or Alexandrovich

Or Alexandrovich ... editor for Babel Books ... one of the many scions of the Chelouche clan in Israel   ...

Ra'anan Alexandrovicz

Ra'anan Alexandrovicz ...   ...

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz was born in Jerusalem in 1969. He graduated from high school in Jerusalem in 1987 as a physics major. From 1991 to 1996 he studied film at the Sam Spiegel film and television school in Jerusalem with a focus on fiction. From 1997 to 2001 he concentrated mainly on documentary work, and also directed two music videos. His documentary THE INNER TOUR followed a group of Pale ...

Monchovet Alexis

Monchovet Alexis was co-director of the Abu Jamil Street documentary about the tunnel diggers in Gaza.  ...

Shelomo Alfassa

Shelomo Alfassa is a writer and author who focuses on Sephardic Jews from the Ottoman Empire.  ...

Dov Alfon

Dov Alfon rejoined Ha'aretz to take over the role of editor-in-chief of the paper in April 2008, replacing David Landau, who had served a four-year term in the post.   Alfon, 46 in 2008, began his journalism career at the weekly publication Koteret Rashit (Lead Headline) in 1984. He joined Haaretz five year ...

Bill Alford

Bill Alford ... host of the Seattle community-access show  Moral Politics    ...

Gadi Algazi

Born in Tel Aviv, 1961, Gadi Algazi is a senior lecturer at the Department of History in Tel Aviv University. He is a member of Tarabut--Hitchabrut and of ...

Miriam Algazi_(El_Gazi)

Miriam Algazi (also transliterated as "El Gazi") is (1988) an Israeli journalist. Born in the mid-1930s, she was living in Budapest when World War II broke out. She and her family escaped to Yugoslavia where she was hidden until the end of the war. Her father was shot in Belgrade and her mother died in Lichtenwört concentration camp in Vienna. As a girl of 13 she was one of the Jewish displaced ...

Joseph Algazy

Joseph Algazy (né en Égypte en 1938) est un historien[1] et un journaliste israélien[2]. Ses travaux sont publiés en France. Il a enseigné à l'université de Tel-Aviv avant de devenir rédacteur au quotidien israélien de gauche Ha’aretz. Il collabore également au mensuel français Le Monde diplomatique. Il est un spécialiste de l'extrême droite en France, en particulier des courants néofascistes. ...

Joseph Algazy_(Algazi)

Joseph Algazy (c. 1938-), an Israeli journalist, is a former official of the Communist Party of Israel -- he was the head of information for the Israeli Communist Party for many years. Algazy was born in Egypt, where he first turned to Marxism.   He is the father of Gadi Algazi.   A list of his Le ...

Israeli Committee for a Free Algeria

Israeli Committee for a Free Algeria ... set up by Uri Avnery, on the advice of Henri Curiel, in December 1960. Its members included Amos Kenan, ...

Vic Alhadeff

Vic Alhadeff is the current (2008) chief executive officer of the New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies and an outspoken supporter of Israel. He grew up in South Africa, where he was chief sub editor of the Cape Times. He and his wife moved to Israel but then moved on to Australia because, he says, "The problem for me as a journalist was the language, professionally I knew that I needed to ge ...

Isaac Zaki Alhadif

Isaac Zaki Alhadif (1890-1938) ... Jewish mayor of Tiberias ... assassinated on 27 October 1938   ...

Wa'ail Abu Alhija

Wa'ail Abu Alhija, 34, a father of four from Tamra, was brought to Haifa's Rambam Hospital for an appendectomy in August 2004 screamed and writhed in pain for two hours before he was examined - but by then he was dead, hospital records show. It later transpired that the patient's appendix had not been removed at all even though the medical records said "the operation was carried out properly ...

Ahmad ibn Ali

Ahmad ibn Ali (1862-1942) was Bey of Tunisia from 11 Feb 1929 until 19 Jun 1942.   ...

Ahmed Ali Al Haj Ali

Ahmed Ali Al Haj Ali:     Born in 1940 in the destroyed village of Qaisariyyah near Haifa. In 1948, his family fled to the West Bank, ending up in Ein Beit Al Ma' Camp in Nablus. Has a degree in Islamic Law from Damascus University (1974), and a Masters in Islamic Studies from An Najah University, Nablus (1994). Was expelled to Marj a-Zuhour, South Lebanon in 1993. Presently he is ...

Ahmed_Abu Ali

Esam Al-Amin reports (28 June 2013) ...

Ali Abdul-Karim Ali

Ali Abdul-Karim Ali is (2010) the Syrian ambassador to Lebanon.   ...

Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Ayaan Hirsi Ali (b. Nov. 1969; Somalia) is a Dutch citizen of Somali origin who presently resides in Washington, D.C.. She has built a career as a critic of Islam, a religion she renounced after the 9/11, through lectures and interviews she decries what she regards as the religion's brutality. She rode a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment all the way into the Dutch Parliament [on a ticket from th ...

Ayaz Ali

Ayaz Ali is a British citizen working for a British-based charity who was arrested by the Israeli military in May 2006.   ...

Fahad Ali

Fahad Ali, medical student and president of the Students for Palestine Society at the University of Sydney  ...

Miyassar Abu Ali

Miyassar Abu Ali ... wife of Uri Davis  ...

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali (1769?–1849) ... an Orroman of Albanian origin ... He is regarded as the founder of modern Egypt because of the dramatic reforms in the military, economic and cultural spheres that he instituted. He also ruled Levantine territories outside Egypt. The dynasty that he established would rule Egypt and Sudan until the Egyptian Revolution of 1952.   ...

Muhammad 'Ali

Prince Muhammad 'Ali ... Egyptian prince in the mid 1930s  ...

Mustafa Abu Ali

Mustafa Abu Ali (born: 1940; died: 30 July 2009 ) is considered one of the founders of Palestinian revolutionary cinema, and director of many films. He is a graduate of the London School of Film Technique.  In 1968, while based in Jordan, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) founded the ...

Naji Ali (alias for this person)

Nijama Ali

Nijama Ali is (2006) a student at Hebrew University and an activist in the National Arab Students Union.   ...

Reema I. Ali

Reema I. Ali is (2005) Managing Partner of Ali & Partners and board member of the American Task Force on Palestine.   ...

Riad Ali

Riad Ali, a Druze citizen of Israel was (2004) a CNN producer. In 2006, he is a reporter for Israeli Channel 1 television. He is a Zionist, writing the following in this article:   On one point I do not argue, and that is the right of the Jewish people to their own independent state. To the best of my understan ...

Riad Abu Ali

Riad Abu Ali is a CNN producer.   ...

Samer Ali

Samer Ali ... associate professor of Middle Eastern studies at the University of Texas in Austin .. convened the panel at the January 2014 conference of the Modern Language Association to discuss an academoc boycott of Israel   ...

Saqib Ali

Saqib Ali ...   ...

Sarah Ali

Sarah Ali is a 22-year-old Palestinian living in Gaza. She studied English Language and Literature and is currently a teaching assistant at the Islamic University of Gaza.   ...

Subhi Ali

Dr. Subhi Ali is (2011) the chairman of The Jerusalem Fund   ...

Taha Muhammad Ali

Taha Muhammad Ali ... Palestinian poet   He was born in 1931 in a village in Galilee [then Saffuriya in Mandatory Palestine, located on the site of what had once been the ancient town of Sepphoris, now Tsippori in northern Israel.] At seventeen he fled to Lebanon with his family after the village came under heavy bombardment during the Arab-Israeli war of 1948. A year later he slipped back ...

Tariq Ali

Tariq Ali is a well-known British writer of Pakistani origins. He was born in Indian Lahore in 1943, a city which was still under British colonial rule before becoming part of Pakistan in 1947. Threatened with years of imprisonment after having organised public demonstrations as part of a student organisation against the military dictatorship, he saw himself forced to immigrate to England. He st ...

Wajahat Ali

Wajahat Ali is a playwright, essayist, humorist, and J.D. whose work, "The Domestic Crusaders," (www.domesticcrusaders.com) is the first major play about Muslim Americans living in a post 9-11 America. He can be reached at wajahatmali@gmail.com   ...

Walid_Khalid_Hussein Ali

Addameer profile:     Walid Khalid Hussein Ali        Date of birth : 21 July 1971    Date of arrest:  18 September 2012    Residence:  Salfit, Northern West Bank.    Marital status:  M ...

Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali

Zine El Abidine Ben Ali is (2005) president of Tunisia.   ...

Mohamed Ali,_viceroy_of_Egypt

Mohamed Ali (c. 1769-1849) was born in Kavala (now northern Greece, then in Ottoman Empire)   ...

Alia

Alia, a Jordanian airline, was established on 9 December 1963 and started operations on 15 December 1963 after a royal decree by the late King Hussein. It was named Alia (or Aalya) after King Hussein's first child, Princess Alia. It is a common misconception that the airline was named after the King's third wife, Queen Alya. The airline was founded with capital from private shareholders but the ...

Ghassan Alian

Ghassan Alian (1972-) ... Druze from Shfaram ... appointed in 2013 to command Golani Brigade   ...

Khalil Alian

Khalil Alian heads the Beit Safafa Community Council; he was elected to manage the Palestinian village's relations with the Jerusalem Municipality.   ...

Mahmoud Alian

AIC reports ...

Nasrin Alian

Nasrin Alian ... attorney for ACRI (Association for Civil Rights in Israel)   ...

Omar Alian

Omar Alian ... Beit Safafa ... left Palestine in the 1970s and settled in Jordan  ...

Wajdan Abu Alian

Wajdan Abu Alian is a Bedouin (citizen of Israel) who was barred from attending school in Omer.   ...

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown was born in Uganda, she completed her BA in literature while she was there. She came to the UK in 1972 just before Idi Amin expelled all Asians from Uganda. She completed an M.Phil in Victorian studies at Oxford, and then taught English to refugees, immigrants and foreign students, before working at an adult education college. She turned to journalism in 1985, and now writes ...

Amjad Aliewi

Dr. Amjad Aliewi ...   ...

Saul Alinsky

Saul Alinsky (1909-1972) ...   ...

Louis Aliot

Louis Aliot ...   ...

Aharon Ben-Yisrael Alis_(Elis)

Aharon Ben-Yisrael Alis (Elis) ... son of Tehillah Ben Israel and Ehnane Ben Sharlith ... shot in January 2002   ...

Palestine Committee of Youth Aliyah

Palestine Committee of Youth Aliyah (Henrietta Szold, Georg Landauer, Hans Beyth) ... Szold was appointed head of the Jerusalem Office of ...

Youth Aliyah

Youth Aliyah ... founded in 1933 by Recha Freier   ...

Ghassan Aliyan

Addameer reports (18 June 2013) ...

Aliya_Battalion

  Israel Shamir reports (12 June 2014) ...

Ihab Aljalid

Ihab Aljalid is a Palestinian attorney working in the Israeli military courts.   ...

Yousef Aljamal

Yousef M. Aljamal is a Gaza-based blogger and co-translator of The Prisoner Diaries.  ...

Mahmoud Aljawi

Mahmoud Aljawi is the father of a Palestinian youngster murdered by the Israeli occupation forces in 2007.   ...

Yehudah Alkalai

Yehudah Solomon Alkalai (1798-1878), a Sephardic rabbi in Serbia, in 1834 published the book  Shema Yisrael , (Hear, O Israel) , in which he proposed the re-colonization of Palestine by Jews. Born in Sarajevo, he spent some of his youth in Jerusalem before becoming rabbi of Semlin, the capital of Serbia. Rabbi Alkalai was influenced by the Kabbalistic teaching that the days ...

Karen Alkalay-Gut

Karen Alkalay-Gut was born in London in 1945, grew up in Rochester, New York, completing a Phd in 1975 at the University of Rochester. She has lived in Israel since 1972, raising a family, teaching poetry at Tel Aviv University and writing. She has been chairperson of the Israel Association of Writers in Engl ...

Mordecai Alkashi

Mordecai Alkashi ...   ...

Adisa Alkebulan

Adisa Alkebulan ...   ...

Abdal-salam Alkhayyat

Abdal-salam Alkhayyat is a student at An-Najah University in Nablus.   ...

Hajj_Ahmad_Abu Alkin

Allison Deger reports (13 September 2013) ...

Efrat Alkobi

Efrat Alkobi is a Jewish settler in Hebron who was (2007) filmed harrassing the Abu Aishe family inside their home in the Tel-Rumeida neighbourhood of the city.   ...

Yifat Alkoby_(Alkobi/Elkobi) (alias for this person)

Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah

Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah (985–1021) was the sixth Fatimid caliph.   ...

Jund Ansar Allah

Jund Ansar Allah ... emerged in November 2008 when it released its first communique which sought to emulate al-Qaida, though no direct links have been proven  ...

Jean Allain

Jean Allain is an assistant professor of Public International Law at the American University in Cairo. He is a member of the editorial board of World Editorial and International Law, a journal whose editorial board is chaired by ...

Yitzhak (Isaac) Allal

Yitzhak Allal ...   ...

Hannah Allam

Hannah Allam... From the McClatchy Newspaper correspondent biography (copied October 2006):     Hannah Allam covers the Middle East and Islamic world as bureau chief in Cairo, Egypt. Before this posting, she spent more than two years reporting on the war in ...

Magdi Allam

Magdi Allam is (2007) the Egyptian-born vice editor of  Corriere della Sera , and "an outspoken supporter of Israel". From AJC News Update: "Allam in a passionate address at the Annual Meeting that prompted a sustained standing ovation. 'Standing up for Israel's right to exist means standing ...

Corinne Allan

Corinne Allan lives in Ottawa and uses as her penname a nickname, "YayaCanada", given to her by her grandchildren in Spain.   ...

Diana Allan

Diana Allan founded Lens on Lebanon in July 2006. She has a doctorate in anthropology and film at Harvard and is the founder and co-director of the Nakba Archive, a testimonial project about the 1948 war, that has recorded 500 interviews on film with first generation Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. Video docum ...

Diana Keown Allan

Diana Keown Allan ... founder and co-director of Lens on Lebanon, an international grassroots documentary initiative formed during the 2006 Israeli invasion of Lebanon. A filmmaker and doctoral student in Social Anthropology at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Allan launched the project in July 2006, with Mahmoud Zeidan, a Palestinian human rights educator and activist filmmaker ba ...

Yousef Allan

Dr. Yousef Allan (1952-2001), from Halhul in the West Banl ... founded Trade Union Friends of Palestine ... was Palestinian delegate-general to Ireland for several years until his sudden death in January 2001   ...

Rowland Allanson-Winn

Rowland Allanson-Winn ...   ...

Robert R. Allardice

General Robert Allardice is (2006) Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower and Personnel for the US Air Force.   ...

Rupert Allason

Rupert William Simon Allason (born 1951) is an author specialising in security, intelligence, secret service and espionage issues -- he uses the pen-name  Nigel West. Allason was a Conservative Party member of parliament from 1987 until the 1997 general election, when he lost his seat to the Liberal Democrats. See ...

Frank Allaun

Frank Allaun (1913-2002), MP, ...   ...

Ayad Allawi (alias for this person)

Henri Alleg

Henri Alleg (1921-) was born as Harry Salem on 20 July 1921 in London to a Polish Jewish family which was later naturalised as French and emigrated to Algeria. According to Pierre Vidal-Naquet, Alleg was one of the three principal leaders of the Algerian Communist Party, along with André Moine and Paul Caballero.   Alleg, who became a widely known French journalist, joined the Algerian ...

David Allegranti

David Allegranti ...   ...

Bernard Allen

 Bernard Allen is a TD (member of the Irish parliament) for Fine Gael, for Cork North Central. He was appointed Foreign Affairs Spokesperson for the party in October, 2004.   ...

Chadwick Allen

Chadwick Allen is (2013) president of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association ...   ...

George Allen

George Venable Allen (1903-1970) was a United States diplomat. ...   ...

Jim Allen

Jim Allen ...   ...

John R. Allen

US General John Allen (b: 15 December 1953) is a former commander of the war in Afghanistan.  ...

Kate Allen

Kate Allen (1955-) is (2009) the director of Amnesty International UK.   For 18 years, she and Ken Livingstone were partners; they split in 2001.   ...

Keith Allen

Keith Allen is Amnesty International's British branch chief.   ...

Leslie C. Allen

Leslie C. Allen is (2003) professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary.   ...

Lori A. Allen

Lori A. Allen is (2001) a University of Chicago anthropology graduate student currently conducting research in the West Bank.   ...

Mike Allen

Mike Allen writes for the Washington Post.   ...

Paul Allen

Paul G. Allen (1953-) is one of the founders of Microsoft.   ...

Richard V. Allen

Andrew Cockburn reports (November 2013):    Barnett's role in these developments was noted in high places, specifically by  Richard ...

Roger Allen

Sir Roger Allen (1909-1972) ... a British Foreign Office official who worked closely with Victor Cavendish-Bentinck during WW2   ...

Theodore W. Allen

Theodore W. Allen was an independent scholar, coalminer, mailhandler, engineering draftsman, teacher and librarian.   ...

W E D Allen

W E D Allen ...   ...

Woody Allen

Woody Allen ... American film-maker.   ...

Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby

Field Marshal Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby (April 23, 1861 - May 14, 1936) was a British soldier and administrator most famous for his role during World War I, in which he led the Egyptian Expeditionary Force in the conquest of Palestine and Syria in 1917 and 1918. He was Chie ...

Michael Allenby

Michael Allenby (1896/7-1917) ...   ...

Luis Allende

Luis Allende ...   ...

George Allen_(2)

George Allen is a US Senator.   ...

Jackson Allers

Jackson Allers is a Middle East correspondent for Inter Press Service and Free Speech Radio News and has produced for Al Jazeera International's "People and Power." He is based in Beirut, Lebanon.   ...

Vanguard (Workers' Alliance)

Vanguard (Workers' Alliance) ...   ...

American Public Policy Alliance

American Public Policy Alliance ... This bunch hired David Yerushalmi to draft their sample bill banning Sharia   ...

French Committee for an Alliance

French Committee for an Alliance -- for an alliance with Israel -- was founded in November 1956. At first, it was headed by Jacques Soustelle, later by General Marie-Pierre Koenig.   ...

German-American Alliance (alias for this person)

International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance

International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance ...   ...

National German-American Alliance

National German-American Alliance (1901-1918) ...   ...

North American Newspaper Alliance

North American Newspaper Alliance ...   ...

Revisionist Zionist Alliance

The World Union of Zionist-Revisionists (Revisionist Zionist Alliance or ZHR) was founded by Vladimir (Ze'ev) Jabotinsky and others in Paris in April 1925. It followed the establishment of Jabotinsky's revisionist youth movement Betar in 1923. The initial nucleus of the movement consisted of a group of Russian Zion ...

Alliance_Israelite_Universelle_(Alliance_israélite_universelle)

Alliance Israelite Universelle ... founded in 1860 by Adolphe Cremieux   ...

Alliance_of_Canadian_Jews

Alliance of Canadian Jews ...   In this article, its principles were outlined as follows:   1. Canadian Jews are at home in Canada. The ACJ foresees a bright future for Canada, and the members of the ACJ will play their part to make it a better society for everyone.    2. Since Israel rega ...

Alliance_of_Concerned_Jewish_Canadians_(ACJC) (alias for this person)

William Allingham

William Allingham ...   ...

Michèle Alliot-Marie

Michèle Jeanne Honorine Alliot-Marie (1946-) is a French politician, and the first woman to lead a major French political party.   ...

Rebecca Allison

Rebecca Allison  The Guardian  correspondent.   ...

Ron Allison

Lieutenant-Colonel Ron Allison ... Canadian ... was Keith Dayton’s chief of liaison in the West Bank   ...

Danny Allman

Danny Allman lives in North York, Ontario. He is included in this database simply because his letter to the National Post newspaper in Canada, which was published in that paper on 8 Janaury 2002, is an excellent example of Zionist mythology.   ...

Yigal Allon

Yigal Allon was born Yigal Paicovitch at Kfar Tavor in Palestine. He studied at the Kadoori Agricultural High School and the Hebrew University and, in 1960, he went to Oxford to study at St. Anthony’s College in Oxford University.   He adopted the surname Allon after Ben-Gurion, in July 1948, tried to force h ...

Nehemiah Allony

Nehemiah Allony ... the first director (until 1963) of the Institute of Hebrew Manuscripts (founded 1950).   ...

Jérémy (Jeremy) Allouche

Jeremy Allouche is director of the water institutions and management competence centre (WIMC) at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland. He obtained a PhD in International Relations at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.   ...

Abed Alloun

Abed Alloun is a former collaborator with Israelis and British intelligence. He was together with Basheer Nafi a deputy to Jibril Rajoub. Alloun and Nafi were killed in a bomb attack in Amman in 2005.   Seumas Milne and Ian Black report: ...

Hani Almadhoun

Hani Almadhoun is originally from Beit Lahia in the Northern Gaza Strip, where he completed his secondary and part of his university studies. Hani moved to the United States in 2000 and continued his studies. Hani holds an MPA from Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Business and currently lives in Washington D.C. where he works for a non-profit that helps promote Palestinian culture a ...

Dan Almagor

Dan Almagor (1935-) is one of Israel's most versatile television personalities. He has written and translated for Israeli stage and television numerous plays and musicals. He has written and translated over 100 plays, including "Only Fools are Sad" which played on Broadway, and his translations of Shakespeare's plays are used throughout Israel. He has taught Hebrew Literature at University Col ...

Almagor_Terror_Victims'_Association

Almagor Terror Victims' Association ...   ...

Ashley Almanza

Ashley Almanza ...   ...

Michael Almaz

Michael Almaz ... same as the Almaz of the Israel Broadcasting Authority (?)   ...

Rami Almeghari

Rami Almeghari is currently contributor to several media outlets including the Palestine Chronicle, aljazeerah.info, IMEMC, The Electronic Intifada and Free Speech Radio News. Rami is also a former senior English translator at and editor in chief of the international press center of the Gaza-based Palestinian Information Service. He can be contacted at rami_almeghari@hotmail.com ...

Orly Almi

Orly Almi works for PHR-Israel.   ...

Doron Almog

Major General (Res.) Doron Almog is a former Commander (2000-2003) of the IDF's Southern Command. Almog was born in Israel in 1951. After completing his high school education at Haifa Military Boarding School he joined the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in 1969, volunteering in the Paratroop Brigade where he served in all command roles, from platoon commander to brigade commander   ...

Ehud Almog

Ehud Almog ...   ...

Mordechai Almog

Mordechai Almog ...   ...

Oz Almog

Oz Almog ... Haifa sociologist   ...

Ruth Almog

Ruth Almog ... ...

Shmuel Almog

Shmuel Almog is Professor of Modern Jewish History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.   ...

Yehuda Kopolevitz Almog

Yehuda Kopolevitz Almog ... a "Third Aliyah" immigrant ... involved in potash mining ... In the 1930s, Almog was one of the founders of Kibbutz Beit HaArava.   ...

Yosef (Josef/Joseph) Aharon Almogi

Yosef (Josef) Aharon Almogi (1910-1991) was an Israeli politician. Born Josef Karlenboim in Hrubieszow, Poland on May 5, 1910, he joined the Dror movement in 1924 and moved to Palestine in 1930. He served as a commander of the Hagana in ...

Mark Almond

Mark Almond ... Oxford historian Mark Almond is (2011) Visiting Professor in International Relations at Bilkent University, Ankara.   ...

Debbie Almontaser

Debbie Almontaser is a teacher of Yemeni descent who was the founding principal of a New York Arabic-themed public school, named after the Christian Arab poet, Khalil Gibran. She was forced to resign in August 2007 after a long smear campaign by right-wing Zionists. In October 2007, she said that the ...

Moti Almoz

Brig. Gen. Moti Almoz is (2010) chief of the "Israeli Civil Administration". NB: "Civil Administration" is another Israeli oxymoron.  ...

Mohammed AlNadi

Mohammed Said AlNadi lives in Gaza.  ...

Ben Alofs

Ben Alofs is a Dutch doctor, currently (2002) living in North-Wales. In the summer of 1982 he was working as a nurse in West Beirut, which at the time was being besieged by the Israeli army.   In May 2002, when he arrived at Ben-Gurion airport, intending to work in Palestinian refugee campes, as he and his wife, Dr. ...

Benny Alon (alias for this person)

Eti Alon

Eti Alon ...   ...

Gideon Alon

Gideon Alon writes for Ha'aretz.   ...

Gidon Alon

Gidon Alon ...   ...

Haggai (Hagai) Alon

Haggai Alon is (2007) a senior political advisor to Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz.   Recently appointed as the Minister's advisor on the fabric of life of Palestinians, Mr. Alon's responsibilities in this capacity include issues related to the separation barrier and movement and access, including Karni and other crossings. A veteran of the kibbutz movement and close confidant of ...

Ido Alon

Ido Alon ... writes for Ha'aretz ...

Nitzan Alon

Col. Nitzan Alon was commander of an attack on a hospital in Baalbek in August 2006.   Chaim Levinson reports ...

Yigal Alon (alias for this person)

Yosef Alon

Yosef Alon ...   ...

Nechama Aloni

Mann Mairone, LLC: Research Team: profile (Accessed: 29 October 2013)     Nechama Aloni , Director of Research, is a recognized expert on radical Islamic organizations and their extensive international i ...

Nimrod Aloni

Nimrod Aloni teaches philosophy of education at the Kibbutz Teachers College and is the academic chairman of the Authority for State-Humanistic Education.   He is the son of Shulamit Aloni.   ...

Ofer Aloni

Ofer Aloni ... a multimedia artist from the Florentin district in Tel Aviv   ...

Shulamit Aloni

Shulamit Aloni is (2003) a former Knesset member who headed the Meretz Party.   Born in 1929, she founded and was Chairperson of the Civil Rights Party/Ratz in 1973-95 and a Member of the Knesset in 1974-96. In 1973-74, she was Minister without Portfolio for Human Rights, 1992-93 Minister of Education and Culture, 1992-96 Member of The National Security Council and 1993-96 Minister o ...

Udi Aloni

Udi Aloni (b. 1959-) is a New York-based writer and film maker. Donald MacIntyre writes (Sept. 2006): "Aloni, 47, a New York-based writer and artist whose mother is Shulamit Aloni, long a leading peace activist and leader of the Israeli left".    Filmography     Forgiveness (2006)  ...

David Alonzo

David (?) Alonzo ...   ...

Nahi Alon_(Nahik)

Nahi Alon is (2008) president of the Israeli Friends of the Tibetan People   Gideon Levy writes:    Israelis have no moral right to fight the Chinese occupation of Tibet. The president of the Israeli Friends of the ...

Rogel Alper

Rogel Alper ...   ...

Mimi Alperin

Mimi Alperin is (2007) the AJC's Board of Governors Chair   ...

Ya'akov (Yaakov) Alperon

Yaakov Alperon ...   ...

Carl Alpert

Carl Alpert is (2003) a freelance writer living in Haifa.   ...

Rebecca Alpert

Rabbi Rebecca Alpert ...   ...

Alpha_Epsilon_Pi

Alpha Epsilon Pi is a US university organization seeking to foster "leadership" among young American Jews.   ...

Rogel Alpher

Rogel Alpher is a TV and media critic for Ha'aretz.  ...

Yossi Alpher

Yossi (Joseph) Alpher (born in Washington D.C. and moved to Israel in 1964) a former senior Mossad official, is an Israeli strategic analyst. He is a former director of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University.  Alpher is a consultant and writer on Israel-related strategic issues, and is co-editor, with Ghassan Khatib (minister of labour in the Palestinian Author ...

Cuthbert James McCall Alport

Cuthbert James McCall Alport ...   ...

Saed Alqaq

AIC reports ...

Wissam Alramalwi

Wissam Alramalwi is (2013) the Palestinian interior minster in Gaza.  ...

Gur Alroey

Gur Alroey ... Department of Land of Israel, Haifa University   ...

Linah Alsaafin

Linah Alsaafin is a recent graduate of Birzeit University in the West Bank. She was born in Cardiff, Wales and was raised in England, the United States and Palestine. Her website is lifeonbirzeitcampus.blogspot.com  Linah ...

Musa AlShaer

Musa Al Shaer is a great photojournalist living in the occupied territories.  ...

Noa Alshech

Noa Alshech is (2012) an attorney with the State Prosecutor's Office in the Jerusalem District.  ...

Rachamim Alsheikh

Rachamim Alsheikh ... went MIA in Lebanon in 1986   ...

Stewart Alsop

Stewart Johonnot Oliver Alsop (May 17, 1914 – May 26, 1974) was an American newspaper columnist and political analyst. Born and raised in Avon, Connecticut, Alsop attended Groton School and Yale University. After graduating from Yale in 1936, Alsop moved to New York City, where he worked as an editor for the publishing house of Doubleday, Doran. After the United States entered World War II ...

Alstom

Alstom is a French company operating in the fields of Power and Transport.   ...

Douglas Altabef

Douglas Altabef is (2014) a member of the Executive Board of Im Tirtzu   ...

Altalena (alias for this person)

Jacques-Isaac Altaras

Jacques-Isaac Altaras (1786-1873), born in Aleppo, Syria ... became a ship-builder and philanthropist   ...

Daniel Alter

Daniel Alter ... the first rabbi to be ordained in Germany since WW ...

Leon Alter

Leon Alter ... director of Warsaw branch of HICEM (Jewish Emigration Society) ... member of Polish team which evaluated Madagascar for Jewish settlement in 1937  ...

Naftali Alter

Naftali Alter is an Israeli musician, producer, screenwriter and film director. .   ...

Robert Alter

Robert Alter ...   ...

Eric Alterman

Eric Alterman is (2003) the media columnist for The Nation. See what Alexander Cockburn thinks of him.   He appears not to be very happy with the description of him given in the above paragraph. This is his reaction:    Meanwhile,  ...

Idan Alterman

Idan Alterman ...   ...

Natan Alterman

Natan Alterman (1910-1970) was a poet and columnist for the daily Davar.    ...

Alternative_Information_Center

The Alternative Information Center is a joint Palestinian-Israeli non-governmental organization (NGO) which "engages in dissemination of information, political advocacy, grassroots activism and critical analysis of the Palestinian and Israeli societies as well as the Palestinian-Israeli conflict" (taken from ...

Alternative_Information_Center_staff

Staff of the Alternative Information Centre ...   ...

Alternative_Tourism_Group

The Alternative Tourism Group is based in Beit Sahour near Bethlehem.   ...

Birgit Althaler

Birgit Althaler ...   ...

Louis Althusser

Louis Althusser ...   ...

Anas Altikriti

Anas Altikriti was born in Baghdad in 1968, and came to settle in the UK in 1970. His father was an Islamist and a renowned opposition figure to the Ba’th regime in Iraq, hence the family did not return to Iraq for the next 33 years. Professionally, Anas Altikriti has lectured in Translation and Interpreting studies at Leeds University since 1995 and at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh between ...

Arieh Altman

Dr Arieh Altman (1902-1982) ... Revisionist leader. Born in the Ukraine, immigrated to Palestine 1925, studied in the United States where he became one of the leaders of the Revisionist Zionist movement and a close collaborator of its founder, Ze'ev Jabotinsky. From 1937 headed the Revisionist movement in Palestine. Following the failure of its list in the elections for the First Knesset and its ...

Aryeh Altman

Aryeh Altman (1902-1982) ...   ...

Colman Altman

Colman Altman is a professor emeritus of Physics at the Technion in Haifa. He received a PhD from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1951 and has been at the Technion since 1956.   ...

Kalman Altman

Prof. Kalman Altman ... Technion, Haifa ... a member of Hadash   ...

Lawrence K. Altman

Lawrence K. Altman ...   ...

Lena Altman

Lena Altman ...   ...

Maria Altmann

Maria Altmann (1916-) ...   ...

Ernest Altounyan

Dr. Ernest Altounyan, a half-Irish (his mother, of Scottish descent, was from Armagh), half-Armenian doctor based in Syria, ... was the son of an Armenian father and an Irish mother and had been educated in England at Rugby, which was also Arthur Ransome's school. He then studied medicine before returning to his father's hospital in Aleppo to work as a doctor. He married Dora Collingwood, who h ...

Roger Altounyan

Roger Edward Collingwood Altounyan (1922-1987) ...   ...

Glenn C. Altschuler

Glenn C. Altschuler is the Thomas and Dorothy Litwin Professor of American Studies, a Weiss Presidential Fellow, and Dean of the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions at Cornell University.   ...

Mor Altshuler

Mor Altshuler ... ...

Aziz_Sayah Alturi

Aziz Sayah Alturi is a resident of Al Araqib, Negev.   ...

Sheikh_Sayah alTuri

Sheikh Sayah alTuri is the sheikh of Al Araqib.   ...

Yedidia Alush

IOF Sergeant Major Yedidia Alush is an Israel Police investigator  ...

Zvi Alush

Zvi Alush writes for Ynetnews.   ...

Lizette Alvarez

Lizette Alvarez writes for the New York Times.   ...

Ignacio Alvarez-Ossorio

Ignacio Alvarez-Ossorio is associate professor of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Alicante. He is the author of El proceso de paz de Oriente Medio: historia de un desencuentro(Madrid: Agencia Espanola de Cooperacion Internactional, 1999) and El miedo a la paz: de la guerra de los seis dias a la segunda Intifada (Madrid: Los Libros de la Catarata, 2001) and, most recently, co-edito ...

Nadira Khannum Alvi (alias for this person)

Alvin_Ailey_American_Dance_Theater

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is a modern dance company based in New York, New York. It continues to perform in Israel (2010).  ...

Dunya Alwan

Dunya Alwan is co-director (with Hannah Mermelstein) of Birthright Unplugged, which takes mostly Jewish North American people into the West Bank to meet with Palestinian people and to equip them to return to their own communities and wor ...

Patricio Alwyn

Patricio Alwyn is a former Chilean president.   ...

Abdel-Moneim Said Aly

 Dr.[Abdel-Moneim Said] Aly is director of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS) in Cairo. His areas of specialization include the Middle East conflict, arms control, European integration, and Egyptian national security.  Education     B.A., Cairo University, 1970   M.A., Northern Illinois University, U.S.A, 1979  &nb ...

Goetz Aly

Goetz Aly ...   ...

Nadine Aly

Chris Hedges reports ...

Waleed Aly

Waleed Aly is an executive committee member of the Islamic Council of Victoria.   ...

Salah Alzaroo

Dr. Salah Alzaroo, a Specialist in Social Administration and Public Health is (2003) Deputy Minister of Labour, Palestine.   ...

Diana Alzeer

  Diana Alzeer is a Palestinian/Bulgarian but hates borders! Human Rights advocate, vegan, Journalist & researcher    Resources     Twitter @manararam    ...

Fakhri 'Abd al'Hadi

Fakhri 'Abd al'Hadi was a rebel leader in the area bounded by Tulkarem, Jenin and Afula during the 1936-9 revolt in Palestine. His relationship to Fakhri Abdul Hadi is not yet known to PIWP.   ...

Mohammed Abdel Al_(2)

Mohammed Abdel Al, widely known as Abu Abir and not to be confused with this person who had the same name, is (2005) a spokesman for the Popular Resistance Committees in the Gaza Strip.   ...

Rania Al_Abdullah,_Queen_of_Jordan

Rania Al Abdullah (1970-), Queen of Jordan ... Rania Al-Yassin was born in Kuwait to Palestinian parents from Tul Karm. She attended primary and secondary school at New English School in Kuwait, then earned a degree in Business Administration from the American University in Cairo. After her graduation in 1991, she wo ...

Al_Awda,_The_Palestine_Right_to_Return_Coalition

Al Awda (Arabic, "The Return") is The Palestine Right to Return Coalition. It is the largest network of grassroots activists dedicated to Palestinian human rights. They are a not for profit tax-exempt educational and charitable 501(c)(3) organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of the United S ...

al_Ghawi_(Gawi)_family

al-Ghawi (also transliterated as Gawi) family ...   ...

Al_Haq

Al-Haq: Law at the Service of Man     Organizational Background   Al-Haq , West Bank affiliate of  The International Commission of Jurists  (ICJ), � Geneva, is a Palestinian human rights organization located in Ramallah, West Bank, in special consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Al-Haq was establishe ...

Al_Hirak_Al_Shababi

Al Hirak Al Shababi (Hirak Shebabi) is a coalition of politically independent youth. It is an activist network born out of and aims to embody the will of the Palestinian people. The Hirak Shebabi is an umbrella organization composed of youth affiliated to various political factions and parties as well as civil society organizations and local groups.   ...

Ali Al_Jabar

Ali Al Jabar is a journalist with Al-Jazeera   ...

Al_Jazeera_staff

Al Jazeera staff ... crew of the television station   ...

Mohammed_bin_Mubarek Al_Khalifa

Mohammed bin Mubarek Al Khalifa is (2007) the deputy prime minister of Bahrain.   ...

Al_Mashriq_source

Al Mashriq source ...   ...

Al_Mezan_Center_for_Human_Rights

Al Mezan Center for Human Rights is a Palestinian non-governmental non-partisan organization based in the refugee camp of Jabalia in the Gaza Strip. Al Mezan’s mandate is “to promote, protect and prevent violations of human rights in general and economic, social and cultural (ESC) rights in particular, ...

Al_Quds_Law_Office

Al Quds Law Office ...   ...

Al_Quds_staff

Al Quds staff ... staff of Al-Quds newspaper ...

Hamad_bin_Khalifa Al_Thani

Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani is (2007) the Emir of Qatar. Also the Tenet, the CIA director, referred to him as "fat ass".   ...

Shlomi Am-Shalom

Col. Shlomi Am-Shalom is (2010) deputy military secretary of Defense Minister Barak.   ...

Adnan Amad

Adnan Amad ...   ...

Luis Amado

Luis Amado is (2006) the Portuguese Foreign Minister.   ...

Amal

Amal ...   ...

Bilal Amali

Bilal Amali is a Palestinian from Bil'in. Bilal was riding in a car when Israeli soldiers opened fire on the car, killing his brother Iyad.   ...

Amalric_I_of_Jerusalem

Amalric I (also Amaury or Aimery; 1136–1174) was King of Jerusalem 1162–1174, and Count of Jaffa and Ascalon before his accession. Amalric was the second son of Melisende of Jerusalem and Fulk of Jerusalem. Baldwin IV was his son.   See ...

AMAN

Aman (Agaf ha-Modi'in) is Israel's military intelligence agency. It is known by a number of terms in English, including Israeli Defence Intelligence (IDI). Although often overshadowed by Mossad and Shin Bet, Aman has historically been the largest Israeli intelligence agency. It is a part of the military general staff, reporting to the Chief of Staff and the Minister of Defence.    R ...

Dudley Aman

Dudley Aman ...   ...

Hamdi Aman (alias for this person)

Hamdy Aman

Hamdy Aman is a Palestinan from Gaza. On 20 May 2006, a Palestinian family of eight were riding a car, when it was attacke by an Israeli airplane. Several family members, Hamdy's mother, wife and brother were killed on the spot, and all the others were wounded. Maria Aman, Hamdy's daughter, was severely injured i ...

Paula Amann

Paula Amann writes for the  Washington Jewish Week    ...

Yukiya Amano

Yukiya Amano is (2009) the director of the International Atomic Energy Agency.   Robert Parry reports (19 August 2013) ...

Christiane Amanpour

Christiane Amanpour (1954-) is the Chief International Correspondent for CNN and host of CNN International's nightly interview program  Amanpour . She's also a Global Affairs Anchor of ABC News.   Amanpour is married to James Rubin, a Zionist and former Assistant Secretary of State and spokesman f ...

Hamad Amar

Hamad Amar ... DrDruze member of Yisrael Beiteinu   ...

Jo Amar

Yosef "Jo" Amar (1930-2009) was a noted Moroccan-born Israeli singer and hazzan. Amar was a pioneer in the introduction of Moroccan Jewish liturgical music to Israel. He became associated with mizrahi music, mixing the melodies of traditional Sephardic Jewish music with Arabic music and Western music. He moved to New York City in 1970, where he performed music and worked as a cantor. He pub ...

Meir Amar

Meir Amar ... son of Sephardic CHief Rabbi, Shlomo AMar.   ...

Neta Amar

Neta Amar is a Mizrahi feminist activist and lawyer.   ...

Noemie Amar

Noemie Amar ...   ...

Ofer Amar

Ofer Amar ...   ...

Shlomo Amar

Shlomo Amar is (2005) Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel.   ...

Saleh Amarin

  Amnesty International reports (27 February 2014) ...

Charles Amash

Charles Amash ...   ...

Albert Amateau

Albert J. Amateau (1890-1996) ...   ...

Giulia Amati

Giulia Amati ...   ...

Giuliano Amato

Giuliano Amato is (2006) the Italian Interior Minister.   ...

Guiliano Amato

Guiliano Amato ... Former Prime Minister of Italy   ...

Khalid Amayreh

Khalid Amayreh (b. 1957 Hebron) is a Palestinian journalist based in Dura, in the Hebron district. He did his university degrees in the United States: BA in Journalism at University of Oklahoma, 1982; MA in Journalism, University of Southern Illinois, 1983. For a long time, his life was not made any easier by the fac ...

Walid Amayreh

Walid Amayreh is a journalist from the town of Dura. In November 2007 the PA police interrogated him in connection with his purported intention to write a book critical of the PA. Amayreh was forced to sign a written pledge stating that he wouldn’t criticize the PA or indulge in incitement.   ...

Amazon

Amazon.com ... the bookseller.   Its cloud-based Web services use the SecureSphere Web firewall software produced by an Israeli company, Imperva .   ...

Aura Ambache

Aura Ambache (born 1928) ... wife of Chaim Herzog ... sister-in-law of Abba Eban   Her early education was in French schools in Ismailiya. She has a B.Sc. degree in mathematics and physics from the University of the Witwatersrand in ...

Susan (Suzy/Suzie) Ambache

Susan ('Suzy') Ambache ... born in Ismailia, Egypt ... sister of Aura Ambache ... married Abba Eban in Cairo in March 1945   ...

Sholomo Amber

Sholomo Amber, a native of Kfar Az’ar, ...   ...

USS Amberjack

USS Amberjack ...   In 1967, this submarine made a three-month deployment to the Mediterranean between 23 April and 24 July. The submarine was reportedly in the vicinity of the USS Liberty and filmed the attack of 8 June 1967 on the ship by Israeli planes planes. This claim has not been investigated so, at present, it has not been substantiated.   ...

Yitzhak Ambrabi

Yitzhak Ambrabi ...   ...

Bianca Ambrosio

Bianca Ambrosio ... Italian living in Israel ... an intern at Ha'aretz   ...

Gabriella Ambrosio

Gabriella Ambrosio (1954-) is an Italian journalist, academic and businesswoman. She is a former Communications Professor at La Sapienza University in Rome. She is currently president of an international advertising agency in Italy. She lives in Rome.   ...

AMCHA_Initiative

The AMCHA Initiative is a California-based Israel advocacy group. Co-founders: Tammi Rossman-Benjamin and Leila Beckwith.  Ali Abunimah reports (5 June 2012) ...

Amdocs

 Amdocs ...   ...

Assaf Amdursky

Assaf Amdursky ...   ...

Jerachmel Amdursky

Jerachmel Amdursky ...   ...

Ameinu

Ameinu is an American Jewish Zionist organization. Established in 2004 as the successor to the Labor Zionist Alliance, it regards itself as the continuation of Labor Zionist activity in the United States that began with the founding of Poale Zion in 1905.   ...

Abd al-Hakim Amer

Field Marshal Abd al-Hakim Amer was Egyptian defence minister in June 1967 ...   ...

Abdel Hakim Amer

Field Marshal Abdel Hakim Amer ...   ...

Hani Amer

Hani Amer is (2003) a 46-year-old farmer from the West Bank village of Mas'ha village, in the northwest of Salfit district. He and his eight family members live in a 165m² house, which has been isolated from the rest of the village by the construction of the apartheid wall in the yard of his house.   ...

Osama Amer

Osama Amer is (2007) a student at Haifa university who was put in front of a disciplinary committee because he demonstrated against racist statements by Saar Ziv, a spokesperson for Haifa University Students Union (HUSU).   ...

Walid Amer

Dr. Walid Amer is (2013) the Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the Islamic University of Gaza.  ...

Zeyad Abu Amer

Zeyad Abu Amer ... a Gaza PLC member   ...

H. S. Amerasinghe

"The Government of Sri Lanka appointed Mr. H. S. Amerasinghe, Permanent Representative to the United Nations, as its representative on the Special Committee. "   ...

Hadassah, Women's Zionist Organization of America

Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, ...   ...

Intercollegiate Zionist Association of America

The Intercollegiate Zionist Association of America splintered from the Intercollegiate Menorah Association due in part to the Menorah Association's insistence on remaining nonpartisan in matters related to Zionism. It helf its third annual convention in Baltimore in 1917 and was funded by the ...

Jewish Federations of North America

Jewish Federations of North America ... The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), formerly the United Jewish Communities (UJC), is an American Jewish umbrella organization representing 157 Jewish Federations and 300 independent Jewish communities across North America. JFNA was for ...

Jewish Theological Seminary of America

The Jewish Theological Seminary of America is one of the academic centres for Conservative Judaism. It was founded in 1886 by Sabato Morais in reaction against the ...

Media Matters for America

Media Matters for America describes itself as follows:   Media Matters for America is a Web-based, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media. Launched in May ...

Mizrachi Women's Organization of America

AMIT(Irgun Mitnadevet Lema'an Yisrael Vetorah - volunteer organization for Israel and Torah) was founded as the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America in 1925 by Bessie Goldstein Gotsfeld   ...

National Polish Committee of America

National Polish Committee of America ...   ...

Oxfam America

Oxfam America ... part of Oxfam   ...

Silver Legion of America

The Silver Legion of America, commonly known as the Silver Shirts, was an underground American fascist organization founded by William Dudley Pelley and announced publicly on January 30, 1933.   ...

United Jewish Communities of North America

United Jewish Communities of North America ...   ...

American-Arab_Anti_Discrimination_Committee_(ADC)

American-Arab_Anti_Discrimination_Committee ... ...

Americans_for_a_Safe_Israel_(AFSI)

 Americans for a Safe Israel (AFSI) is an American Jewish group that opposes all territorial withdrawals by Israel. It was founded in 1971 with the goal of persuading American Jews to reject the land-for-peace formula. AFSI supports the Israeli settlement movement and campaigned against the Oslo Accords and the evacuation of settlers from Gaza.  AFSI describes itself as ...

Americans_for_Peace_and_Tolerance_(APT)

Americans for Peace and Tolerance ... right-wing Zionist organization ... Its president is Charles Jacobs   ...

Americans_for_Peace_Now

Americans for Peace Now ...   ...

American_Association_of_University_Professors_(AAUP)

American Association of University Professors (AAUP) ...   ...

American_Board_Of_Commissioners_For_Foreign_Missions_To_The_Oriental_Churches

American Board Of Commissioners For Foreign Missions To The Oriental Churches ... founded in 1810 ... included both Congregationalists and Presbyterians.   The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) was the first American Christian foreign mission agency. It was proposed in 1810 by recent graduates of Williams College and officially chartered in 1812. In 1961 it mer ...

American_Charities_for_Palestine_(ACP)

American Charities for Palestine (ACP) is a charitable operation by the American Task Force on Palestine -- a collaborationist organization in the US   ...

American_Christian_Palestine_Committee (alias for this person)

American_Council_For_Judaism

The American Council For Judaism "affirms that no individual or group can speak for all Jews, and rejects any effort to impose Jewish nationality upon all Jewry". Between 1943 and 1967, the anti-Zionist Rabbi Elmer Berger served as its executiv ...

American_Family_Association_(AFA)

Justin Raimondo reports ...

American_Federation_of_Teachers_(AFT)

The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) ...   ...

American_Freedom_Defence_Initiative

American Freedom Defence Initiative is a reactionary, zionist, islamophobic well-funded groupuscle placing inflamatory ads in the NY subway. AFDI seems to be associated with Pamela Geller, the professional islam-hatemonger.   ...

American_Friends_of_Ateret_Cohanim

American Friends of Ateret Cohanim is the US funding arm ofAteret Kohanim  Ateret Cohanim raises most of its money in the US. In 1984, it set up American Friends of Ateret Cohanim, a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization incorporated in New York State. Prior to that, Ateret Cohanim had money passed to it thr ...

American_Friends_of_the_Middle_East

American Friends of the Middle East (AFME) was founded in 1951 by a group of twenty-four distinguished American educators, theologians, and writers, led by Dorothy Thompson. AFME absorbed the ...

American_Friends_Service_Committee

The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) has long been involved in Palestine.   The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker organization. It was founded in 1917 to provide conscientious objectors ...

American_Interfaith_Institute

The website for the American Interfaith Institute now redirects one to this page, which is the home page for a Zionist front called Faiths for Fairness   ...

American_Islamic_Congress_(AIC)

Max Blumenthal reports (7 May 2013):174734     And who was ...

American_Islamic_Forum_for_Democracy

  Max Blumenthal reports ...

American_Israel_Education_Foundation_(AIEF)

American Israel Education Foundation is an AIPAC-affiliated organization whose main activity is to send politicians or other influencial personalities on tour to Israel.   ...

American_Israel_Public_Affairs_Committee

The American Israel Political Action Committee (AIPAC) is the "lobbying" arm of Zionist Jewish power in the United States (aka "The Lobby" with capital "L"). There are four main organizations that project this power:     AIPAC – seeking control over the American political scene, and it operates mostly in the US Congress/Senate.    ...

American_Jewish_Committee_(AJC)

The  American Jewish Committee  (AJC) is an international think tank and advocacy organization, and one of the principal components of the zionist Lobby in the United States. Jeffrey Blankfort, a long time critic of the Israel Lobby, reports that three organizations are responsible for influencing the political scene primarily in the United States. ...

American_Jewish_Congress

Two different organizations with the same name  What is now called the American Jewish Congress is a different body from the original American Jewish Congress, its name being "clearly an attempt to exploit identification with the first congress and the image of unity it had enjoyed"(page 202 of this book). This ...

American_Jewish_Historical_Society

American Jewish Historical Society ...   ...

American_Jewish_Press_Association

The American Jewish Press Association (AJPA) was founded in 1944 as a voluntary not-for-profit professional association for the English-language Jewish press in North America. AJPA represents almost 250 newspapers, magazines, individual journalists and affiliated organizations throughout the United States and Canada. & ...

American_League_for_a_Free_Palestine

The American League for a Free Palestine (often known as the "Bergson Group") was a political action committee, acting as the American support group for Menachem Begin's Irgun Zvai Leumi terrorists, which was created by a militant Zionist emissary from Jerusalem, ...

American_League_for_the_Defense_of_Jewish_Rights

The American League for the Defense of Jewish Rights, later renamed the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to Champion Human Rights, was founded in May 1933 by the Yiddish journalist Abraham Coralnik. He was succeeded six months later by ...

American_Palestine_Committee

American Palestine Committee ... pro-Zionist Christian organization ... sponsored by the American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs   This committee was launched publicly at a dinner in Washington on Jan. 17, 1932, that was attended by members of both houses of Congress and other government dignitarie ...

American_Society_for_the_Protection_of_Nature_in_Israel_(ASPNI)

The American Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel was founded in 1986, to help raise awareness and support for the work of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI), Israel's oldest and largest environmental organi ...

American_Studies_Association

The American Studies Association, founded in 1950, is the USA’s oldest and largest association devoted to the interdisciplinary study of American culture and history.   ...

American_University_of_Beirut

American University of Beirut ...   ...

American_Veterans_of_Israel

The American Veterans of Israel, established in 1949, is a membership organization designed to sustain association among North American men and women, Jews and non-Jews, who served as volunteers during 1947-48 in the Haganah, Irgun Zvai Leumi and Lohamei Eretz Yisrael and in units of the Israel ...

American_Zionist_Committee_for_Public_Affairs (alias for this person)

American_Zionist_Council

The American Zionist Council was established as a tax-exempt and tax-deductible organization under the Internal Revenue Service as the overseer of of eight constituent organizations: American Jewish League for Israel; B'nai Zion; ...

American_Zion_Commonwealth

The American Zion Commonwealth company was founded in the United States in 1914, as the Zion Commonwealth for Land Purchase and Development, by American Zionists with the purpose of acquiring lands for Jewish settlement in Palestine. During World War I, the company's activities were suspended, but with the conquest ...

America's_Voices_for_Israel_(AVI)

America's Voices for Israel (AVI) is an American zionist group aiming to support zionist US talk show hosts by sending them to Israel – they send dozens every year. AVI is 2a group founded and presided over by Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice chair of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations". Michael Harrison is on its Board of Directors.   ...

John (Jack) Amery

John Amery (1912-1945), son of Leopold Amery, was an English fascist who proposed to Hitler the formation of a British volunteer force (subsequently to become the British Free Corps), made recruitment efforts and propaganda broadcasts for Nazi Germany. He was executed for treason after the war. Amery's paternal grandmo ...

Julian Amery

Julian Amery ...   ...

Leopold S. Amery

Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery CH (1873–1955), usually known as Leo Amery or L. S. Amery, was a Zionist British Jew who kept his ethnicity hidden throughout his life – it was not revealed until more than forty years after his death, in this article by William D. Rubinstein. As an under-secretary in Lloyd G ...

Chris Ames

Chris Ames is a writer and researcher living in Surrey, England. He has a postgraduate certificate in journalism but does not work in the mainstream media. Since 2003, he has been researching the origins of the Iraq dossier. In July of that year, he researched and wrote an article for the New Statesman magazine, ‘The difference a day made’. This pointed out that to find out how the notorious 45- ...

Paul Ames

Paul Ames writes for the Independent.   ...

David Amess

David Amess ...   ...

Yair Ben Ami

Yair Ben Ami ...   ...

Yehuda Amichai (alias for this person)

Amidar

 Amidar ... Israeli National Housing Corporation ... founded in 1949. Its major stock holders are the Jewish Agency (50%), the Jewish National Fund (20%) and the Israeli government (20%).   ...

Yaacov Amidror (alias for this person)

Yaakov Amidror

Yaakov Amidror (1948-) ... former Israeli national security advisor   ...

Barbara Amiel

Although born in Londom, Barbara Amiel grew up in Canada, becoming a journalist. In the 1990s, she married Conrad Black, the Canadian owner of the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph newspapers in London. She writes for Telegraph newspapers -- see  Job-hunting Barbara Amiel style, an account by Max Has ...

Janet Amighi

Janet Amighi ... teaches (2003) Anthropology at West Chester University. She is the wife of Lawrence Davidson, a professor of history at the same university.   ...

Aryeh Amihai

Aryeh Amihai ... ...

Eliahu Amikam

Eliahu Amikam (died 1995, aged 80) ... leading member of LEHI ... later worked for many years as a journalist for the daily newspaper Yediot Ahronot   ...

Galal Amin

Joseph Massad reports ...

Ir Amin

Ir Amin (“City of Nations” or “City of peoples”)describes itself as follows:   is an Israeli non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in order to actively engage in those issues impacting on Israeli-Palestinian relations in Jerusalem and on the political future of the city. Ir Amim seeks to render Jer ...

Qacem Amin

Qacem Amin ...   ...

Samir Amin

Samir Amin ...   ...

Eli Aminov

Eli Aminov was a member of the former Revolutionary Communist League (Trorskyist Matzpen) and recently founded The Committee For a Democratic Republic.   ...

Muhammad Amin_(2)

Dr. Muhammad Amin_(2) ...   ...

Maria Amin_(Aman)

Maria Amin ...   ...

AMIN_contributor

AMIN contributor ... a contributor to AMIN (Arabic Media Internet Network).   ...

Aharon Amir

Aharon Amir, winner of the Israel Prize for translation, is the editor of the literary journal Keshet Hahadasha.   Aharon Amir is/was one of the Young Hebrews/Canaanites despite this ideology (which said that Hebrew was someone born in Palestine and nobody else) Amir had been born in Poland   Interestingly, Aharon Amir revived the idea in 1982, when he saw an opportun ...

Avraham Amir

Avraham Amir ...   ...

Dan Amir

Dan Amir ... son of Yisrael Amir   ...

David Amir

Reserve Lt.-Colonel David Amir ... served in the Shaked Commando from 1962 to 1972 and now (2007) is a manager of economic systems   ...

Eli Amir

Eli Amir, who was born in Iraq and migrated to Israel with his family in 1950, is (2005) director general of the Youth Aliyah Institutions of the Jewish Agency for Israel and a lecturer at Ben Gurion University, as well as a best-selling author. Until 1984 he was deputy director general of the Ministry of Absorption. He writes and lectures extensively on immigrant absorption, social problems and ...

Hagai Amir

Hagai Amir (1968-) ...   Oz Rosenberg and Revital Blumenfeld report:168788     Hagai Amir, who was convicted of conspiring with his brother ...

Haggai Amir

Haggai Amir ... brother of Yigal Amir.   ...

Ilil Amir

Ilil Amir ...   ...

Jacob Amir

Dr. Jacob Amir was born in 1932, grew up in Bulgaria, and moved to Israel in 1949. He studied Medicine at the Hebrew University School of Medicine and graduated in 1960. He served in the army and took part in the 1967 and 1973 wars. He is retired and lives in Jerusalem. In his own words, he considers himself an ardent Zionist who is interested in politics and reacts to anything he perceives ...

Rehavam Amir

Rehavam Amir (1916-), born Rehavam Zabludovsky, ...   ...

Shmuel Amir

Preof. Shmuel Amir ... lives/works in Tel Aviv.   ...

Tamar Amir

Tamar Amir ... ...

Tula Amir

Tula Amir was the curator for the Israeli exhibit at the 10th International Architecture Biennale in Venice. About the Israeli exhibit she stated:    The justification of Israel's wars legitimates the loss of life in the past and its possible loss in the future; the continuation of unconditional cooperation between the country's military and defense establishment and its individua ...

Yigal Amir

In November 1995, Yigal Amir assassinated Yitzhak Rabin. Haggai Amir is his brother.   ...

Mohammed Amira

Mohammed Amira is a Palestinian photographer.  ...

Salam Amira

In 2008, Salam Amira, a Palestinian high school student from the village of Ni'lin, filmed the shooting of Ashraf Abu Rahma from a window in her family home.   ...

MV Amiram

MV Amiram ... sent from Italy by Yehuda Arazi ... landed illegal Jewish immigrants in Palestine on 13 August 1946  ...

Ruth Amiran

Ruth Amiran ... wife of David Amiran   ...

Moshe Amirav

Dr. Moshe Amirav is the head of the administration and public policy department at Beit Berl College. He was prime minister Ehud Barak's adviser on Jerusalem affairs. He is a Kadima MK.   ...

Ibrahim Amireh

Addameer reports (December 2013):184361     In January 2010, thirteen members of the ...

Rannie Amiri

Rannie Amiri is an independent commentator on the Arab and Islamic worlds. He may be reached at rbamiri at yahoo.com.   ...

Suad Amiry

Suad Amiry was born in Damascus in 1951, her family having fled Jaffa in 1948. Her mother ran a printing press; her father was later the Jordanian ambassador to Egypt. After studying for a degree in architecture in Beirut, in 1981 she accepted a job at Birzeit University, a position that was all part of her 'grandiose plan' to live in Ramallah (it was in Ramallah that she met her husband, Salim, ...

Yehoshua Amishav

Yehoshua Amishav ... works for Keren Hayesod   ...

Daniel J. Amit

Daniel J. Amit (1938-2007) was born in Lodz, Poland. He graduated in Physics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1961 and got a PhD in Physics from Brandeis University in 1966. He lectured in Physics at the Hebrew University from 1968 to 1998 (the last 20 years as a full professor) but then moved to the University of Rome, "La Sapienza", with which he had been affiliated since 1991. &n ...

Eitan Amit

Eitan Amit ...   ...

Eyal Amit

Eyal Amit ... 30-year old (2004) Israeli writer.   ...

Meir Amit

Meir Amit (1921-2009, née: Meir Slutzky in Tiberias), was head of Mossad in 1963-68.  In March 1963, when Isser Harel refused to curb his anti-Germa ...

Noam Amit

Noam Amit writes for Maariv.   ...

Zalman Amit

Zalman Amit, born in Palestine, is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology in Concordia University, Montreal. He is the author of four books and over 300 ...

Hannah Amit-Kochavi

Dr. Hannah Amit-Kochavi, who teaches translation   ...

Eli Amitai

General Eli Amitai ...   ...

Yaakov Amitai

Yaakov Amitai is (2007) the Israeli ambassador to Rwanda.   ...

Yosi (Yossi) Amitai

Back in the 1970s, Yosi Amitai founded the "Siah group—new Israeli left". In 1996, he was criticised by Efraim Karsh as belonging to the "New Historians", the group of historians which includes Ilan Pappe, Avi Shlaim, Tom Segev and Benny Morris. His books include "The Brotherhood of Nations Put to the Test", Tel Aviv: Cherikower, 1988 (Hebrew). Where is he today?   Joel Beinin, in ...

Yehuda Amital

Rabbi Yehuda Amital is a leader of Gush Emunim who was appointed minister without portfolio in the Israeli government in November 1995, by then Prime Minister Peres and who served in that capacity until June 1996. Peres described Amital as a moderate.   Amital was born in 1925 in Transylvania. As a boy he studied in heder and yeshiva, and had virtually no formal secular education. In ...

Morris Amitay

Morris Amitay (1936-) is former executive director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). During the Kennedy administration, he was a junior American diplomat in Italy.   His SourceWatch ...

Ory Amitay

Ory Amitay ... University of Haifa, Department of General History   ...

Hezi Amiur

Hezi Amiur ...   ...

Mohammed Amla

Mohammed Amla, 29 (2013), is a labourer in Israel. He is from Beit Ula (Hebron), and has two daughters. On 15 May 2013, Amla was savagely attacked by an Israeli military dog as he tried to sneak across the border to his place of work in Tel Aviv.  ...

Nour al Ammad

Nour al Ammad is a Jordanian fighter who spent 17 years in an Israeli jail, 13 of those years were spent after Jordan and Israel signed a peace treaty.   ...

Tom Ammiano

Comment  by Jeffrey Blankfort:   Now you have  Tom Ammiano , who several years ago went over to Israel as part of a delegation, a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Transgender delegation, and declared his support for Israel, saying that the Queer struggle and the Israeli struggle are the same thing. And ...

Saifedean Ammous

Saifedean Ammous is (2007) a PhD candidate in Sustainable Development in Columbia University. He holds a Master's degree from the London School of Economics in Development Management and a Bachelor's of Engineering from the American University of Beirut. Ammous was born and raised in Palestine and has been active in several movements and organizations for peace, justice and human rights for Pal ...

Amnesty_International

Prof. Francis A. Boyle is critical of the approach to the Palestine/Israel issue taken by the US branch of Amnesty International, saying:    I served on their Board for four years. I had to threaten a lawsuit and be prepared to file it in New York to get on there. They depend quite heavily on pro-Isra ...

Amnesty_International_USA

Amnesty International USA ...   ...

Amo

Amo ... ...

Meir Amor

Meir Amor was born in Israel in 1955 to parents who immigrated to Israel from Morocco. He served in the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) for six years and left the army as a Captain in 1979. Meir studied in Tel-Aviv University where he completed his BA and MA in sociology. In 1988 he refused to serve in the O ...

Robert Amory

Robert Amory (1915-1989) ... Professor of law and accounting, Harvard University (1946-1952); member, National Security Council Planning Board (1953-1961); Deputy Director, Central Intelligence Agency (1952-1962); Chief, International Division, Bureau of the Budget (1962-1965).   ...

Israel Amos

Israel Amos, an Israeli was, in July 1972, living in London W1   ...

David Amoyal

David Amoyal is an Israeli terrorist from Rishon Letzion who seriously injured two Palestinians.   ...

Ahmed Amr

Ahmed Amr, an Arab-American based in Seattle, is a former editor of NileMedia.   ...

Hady Amr

Hady Amr, born in Lebanon, is a (or is it the?) Arab-American member (among a plethora of pro-Israel American Jews) of the team working with John Kerry in 2013/2014 to negotiate peace in Israel/Palestine. ...   How free is he of the need to kow-tow to the Zionist agenda? One has to wonder when one sees that, this BBC article, ...

Haitham Amr

CAABU reports ...

Nabil Amr (alias for this person)

Sami 'Amr

Sami 'Amr (1924-1998) ...   ...

Wafa Amr

Wafa Amr, a journalist, has covered Palestinian and Israeli affairs for international news organizations. ...   ...

Ziad Abu Amr

Dr. Ziad Abu Amr (b. 1950 in Gaza City) is a Gaza academic and secular politician who is not a Hamas member but who was given backing by the faction in the January 2006 elections. He is Foreign Minister in the new Palestinian Government formed on 8 February 2007.   ...

Ziyad Abu Amr (alias for this person)

Avraham Amram

Avraham Amram ... an Israeli soldier ... During an Israeli invasion of Lebanon (the Litani Operation), Amram was captured in a clash April 5, 1978, with Palestinian PLO forces at Rashidieh camp in South Lebanon. Four other Israeli soldiers were killed while two others managed to escape to Israeli held territory. Amran was exchanged March 14, 1979 for 76 convicted Palestinian prisoners held in Is ...

Yosef Amram

Yosef Amram is an Israeli real estate operator using fraudulent means to obtain Palestinian land.   ...

Noa Amrami

Noa Amrami ...   ...

Nabil Amre

Nabil Amre ... former Palestinian information minister who survived an assassination attempt in Ramallah in mid 2004   ...

Taisir Amre

Taisir Amre is (2001) Director General of the Ministry of Economy and Trade of the Palestinian National Authority. He holds a doctorate in .  ...

Ahmed Amro

Ahmed Amro ...   Issa Amro is his brother. ...

Faisal Amro

Yizhar Be'er reports (18 April 2014) ...

Issa Amro

Issa Amro is (2013) coordinator of Youth Against the Settlements.   Ahmed Amro is his brother.   Alice Rothchild reports:170882     Luckily for my coronary a ...

Jamal Amro

Dr. Jamal Amro is a Palestinian professor of architecture at Bir Zeit University. He is author of:    Redevelopment for the Palestinian Communities in East Jerusalem under the Difficulties of the Israeli Occupation    Gideon Levy reports:  ...

Murad Amro

Amira Hass reports (9 May 2014) ...

Nabil Amro

Nabil Amro is the former Palestinian National Authority's Minister of Parliamentarian Affairs and resigned from the Palestinian cabinet in April 2002. He remains an elected member of the Palestinian Legislative Council.   ...

Rateb Amro

Rateb Amro is (2001) Director General and founder of Horizon Center for Studies and Research in Amman, Jordan.   ...

Yardain Amron

Yardain Amron is a Jewish reporter at the Michigan Daily   ...

Jean Amrouche

Jean Amrouche ...   ...

Emily Amrousi

Emily Amrousi ... a spokeswoman for the Yesha Council, the main settlers group in the West Bank  ...

Ziyad Abu Amru

Ziyad Abu Amru is "moderate" Islamist candidate in Gaza elected in Jan/2006.   ...

Emily Amrusi

Emily Amrusi is (2006) a spokeswoman for the YESHA Council of Jewish Settlements.   ...

Mohammed Abu Amsa

Mohammed Abu Amsa (c. 1981-) ... of Beit Hanoun ...   ...

Tomer Amsalem

Ali Abunimah reports (14 July 2014) ...

Steve Amsel

Steve Amsel, originally from the United States, has been living in Jerusalem for more than 25 years and claims that  I have dedicated all of those years to try and create an atmosphere that will lead to a just and permanent peace in this area. Israelis and Palestinians have more in common that ...

Chaim Amsellem

Chaim Amsellem is a Shas MK.   ...

Nader_Abu Amsha

Nader Abu Amsha is (2012) the director of the YMCA in Beit Sahour, which runs a rehabilitation programme for juveniles.   ...

Meir Amshalem

Meir Amshalem ... According to this article,   Meir Amshalem was drawn into this milieu [of settler outposts in the West Bank]. Born in Rehovot, he ultimately married an American and established a middle-class household with a red-tiled roof in the settlement of Beit Haggai. He then sought to get involved in ...

Rachel Amshalom

Rachel Amshalom ... ...

Hana Amtir

Ran HaCohen reports ...

Haim Amzalak

Haim Amzalak ... British Vice Consul in Jaffa and representative of Lloyds of London ... son of Joseph Amzalak  ...

Joseph Amzalak

Joseph Amzalak (1779-1845) arrived in Acre from Gibraltar some time around 1816 and settled in Jerusalem. Until his death in 1845 he was a noted public figure in the city. Philanthropist and host to the Montefiores and other visiting dignitar ...

Joseph Amzalak_(2)

Joseph Amzalak ... son of Haim Amzalak ... grandson of Joseph Amzalak  ...

Amzalak_(Amzaleg)_family

The Amzalak family (also transliterated as Amzaleg), of Moroccan extraction, came to the Levant from Gibraltar. They, therefore, enjoyed the benefits of being British subjects under the Capitulations in the late Ottoman empire. They were part of the Sephardi modernizing elite that acted not only as middlemen between an expanding Europe and a Middle East being drawn ineluctably into the worl ...

Mohammed An-Najjar

Mohammed An-Najjar (Abu Yousef) was the head of the Higher Political Committee for Palestinian Affairs in Lebanon and member of the PLO Executive Committee and Fatah Central Committee. He was assassinated in Beirut on 10 April 1973 by Israeli hit squad led by Ehud Barak.   ...

Samer Anabtawi

Samer Anabtawi, a graduate student at the University of Chicago, and "an intern at Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Palestine". He is from East Jerusalem.  Lecture by Anabtawi.  ...

Walid Anajas

Martin Chulov (16 October 2011) reports ...

Ola Anan

Ola Anan is (2010) a 25-year old computer engineer in Gaza City   ...

Sami Hafez Anan

Lt. General Sami Hafez Anan or Enan (born 1948) is an Egyptian soldier. He was the Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces until his retirement was announced by President Mohamed Morsi on 12 August 2012.  ...

Zachariah Anani

Zachariah Anani is a propaganda fraudster put on tour in the United States to rail against Islam, etc. Chris Hedges stated that Anani is a "fraud".   Other useful fools used for propaganda purposes:     Walid Shoebat    ...

Anarchists_Against_the_Wall

Anarchists Against the Wall was formed in April 2003 in the West Bank village of Mas'ha where activists gathered to create a protest camp. The camp lasted for 4 months during which time it was visited by thousands of internationals and Israelis. AAW went on to coordinate anti-Wall actions in Salem, Anin, and Za ...

Anastasius

Anastasius ...   ...

Shmuel Anav

Shmuel Anav is a settler involved in acquiring Palestinian lands by dubious means. He also: "… was convicted of soliciting donations from land dealers for the Likud's election campaign, "with the condition and expectation that in return the donors would receive benefits." ".   ...

Mohammed Anbatawi

Mohammed Anbatawi is (2007) a 23-year-old from Kafr Kana who assassinated an Israeli soldier.   ...

Muhammad Anbousi

Muhammad Anbousi (c. 1981-), from Baka al-Garbiyeh, is a mechanical engineering graduate of the College of Judea and Samaria. ... During his studies, he was not allowed to participate in educational tours of "sensitive" institutions such as Israel Aircraft Industries and the Israel Electric Corporation. The Jewish students were allowed in, but not their Arab classmate.   ...

Ancient_Order_of_Maccabees

Ancient Order of Maccabees ... established in 1891 ... a Zionist society ,,, in 1897 Herbert Bentwich organized a "pilgrimage" to Palestine for members of the organization and, on its behalf in 1923, acquired land for settlement at Gezer, near Ramleh ...   ...

Michael Ancram

Michael Ancram was minister of state for Northern Ireland (1994-97). He is a senior member of the Conservative Friends of Israel.   ...

Carr Van Anda

Carr Vattel van Anda ...   ...

L'Association pour la Mémoire des Andalous

L'Association pour la Mémoire des Andalous ...   ...

Andalus

Andalus is a small Israeli press dedicated exclusively to publishing contemporary Arabic literature in Hebrew. It is headed by Yael Lerer   ...

Joel Matthew Anderle

Rev. Joel Matthew Anderle is the senior pastor of the Community Covenant Church in West Peabody, MA, USA. He is a christian zionist clergyman who went to Israel with Project Interchange (Source).   From his Community Covenant Church ...

Nirit Anderman

Nirit Anderman ...   ...

Wladyslaw Anders

Wladyslaw Anders (1892-1970) was a General in the Polish Army and later in life a politician with the Polish government-in-exile in London. Anders was taken prisoner by Soviet forces which invaded Poland eastern part on September 17, 1939, and was jailed, initially in Lviv (then Lwów) and later in Lubyanka prison in Moscow. Shortly after the attack on the Soviet Union by Germany on June 22, 1941 ...

Colin Andersen

Colin Andersen is a retired teacher with a long-term interest in the Middle East. He is the Sydney Director of Deir Yassin Remembered, an international non-sectarian network dedicated to keeping alive the memory of the Palestinian Nakba (Catastrophe) of 1948-49, and in particular its most infamous component, the wholesale massacre of the inhabitants of the Palestinian village of Deir Yassin by Z ...

Tone Andersen

Tone Andersen ...   ...

Benedict Anderson

Benedict Richard O'Gorman Anderson (1936-) is professor emeritus of International Studies at Cornell University. He was born in Kunming, China, to an Anglo-Irish father and English mother. He was brought up mainly in California, and studied at the University of Cambridge. He is the elder brother of Perry Anderson. He i ...

Betty Harvie Anderson

Betty Harvie Anderson (1913-1979), MP, ...   ...

Brian C. Anderson

Brian C. Anderson is a what Americans like to call a "conservative".   He is senior editor of City Journal, the cultural and political quarterly published by the Manhattan Institute, where he writes extensively on social and political trends. Formerly, he was a research associate in social and political studies at the American Enterprise Institute, and the literary editor of Crisis. & ...

David Anderson

David M Anderson was (1992) a Senior Lectuer in History at SOAS in London   ...

Jack Anderson

Jack Northman Anderson (1922–2005) was an American newspaper columnist.   ...

John Ward Anderson

John Ward Anderson works for the Washington Post Foreign Service.  ...

Jon Anderson

Jon Anderson ...   ...

Jon Lee Anderson

Jon Lee Anderson ...   ...

Joseph Anderson

Joseph Anderson is a resident of Berkeley, CA, an occasional contributing political essayist to various publications, a local media monitor, and a grassroots progressive political activist.   ...

Lisa Anderson

Lisa Anderson is (2005) the Dean of the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University.   ...

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson ... Co-Series Producer, Brook Lapping Productions   ...

Per-Olow Anderson

Per-Olow Anderson (1921-1989) was a Swedish photographer. In 1956, he visited the Palestinian rwfugees in Gaza twice. Deeply touched by what he witnessed, he wanted to draw the world’s attention to the situation in Gaza, and a year later he published the photographic book “They are human too… a photo essay on the Palestine Arab refugees”. ...   ...

Perry Anderson

Perry Anderson (1936-) teaches history at UCLA  Fields of interest: Modern Europe: Intellectual History  Publications:    Passages From Antiquity to Feudalism, 1974   Lineages of the Absolutist State, 1974   In the Tracks of Historical Materialism, 1985   English Questions, 1992   A Zone of Engagement, 1992   The O ...

Rufus Anderson

In 1872, Rufus Anderson (1796-1880) described himself as the "late Foreign Secretary" of the American Board Of Commissioners For Foreign Missions To The Oriental Churches. He had been the General Secretary of the Board from the early 1830's through the mid 1860's. Anderson was born in North Yarmouth, Maine. His fathe ...

Scott Anderson

Scott Anderson is a veteran war correspondent who has reported from Lebanon, Israel, Egypt, Northern Ireland, Chechnya, Sudan, Bosnia, El Salvador and many other strife-torn countries. A contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine, his work has also appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire, Harper's and Outside. He is the author of novels Moonlight Hotel and Triage and of non-fiction books The Man ...

Terry Anderson

A retired journalist who used to work for Associated Press, Terry A. Anderson (born 1947) is the best known, and longest held, hostage of a group of American hostages believed to be captured by Shiite Hezbollah militants in an attempt to drive U.S. military forces from Lebanon during the Lebanese Civil War. He was held from 16 March 1985 until 4 December 1991.   ...

Tristan Anderson

On Friday, 13 March 2009, Tristan Anderson from California, 37 years old, was critically injured in Ni'lin after Israeli forces shot him in the head with a tear gas canister.   ...

David Anderson_(2)

David Anderson, QC, is the 'independent reviewer of terrorism legislation' in the UK ... see her ...

Donald Anderson_(Lord_Anderson_of_Swansea)

Donald Anderson (Lord Anderson of Swansea) is (2006) head of the Anglo-Israel Association ... Labour Peer; Entered the House of Lords on 19 July 2005; Previously MP for Swansea East until 11 April 2005 — did not stand for re-election.   Voting record: Quite strongly for introducing ID cards; Quite strong ...

Sten Andersson

Sten Andersson ...   ...

Urban Andersson

Urban Andersson ...   ...

Ghassan Andoni

Ghassan Andoni is a native of the Bethlehem-area Arab town of Beit Sahour, which has a population of 15,000, with an 80 percent majority of Christians and a 20 percent Muslim minority. During the first intifada, he was imprisoned for being involved in Beit Sahour’s tax revolt, which called for "no taxation without representation." He also started the “Rapprochement” movement with othe ...

Lamis Andoni

Lamis K. Andoni is a Palestinian-American journalist. Originally from Bethlehem, she is a free lance journalist with an international reputation, publishing her articles in  Middle East International ;  Le Monde Diplomatique ;  Jordan Times ;  Al-Ahram ,  Al-Hayat ;  Journal of Palestine Studies , and various other publications. &nbs ...

Saed Andoni

Saed Andoni was born in Bethlehem in 1972. For seven years, he worked as film editor for many documentaries. In 2001 he gained an MA degree in documentary filmmaking from Goldsmith's College in London.  ...

Yael Andorn

Yael Andorn is (2014) director general of the Finance Ministry.   ...

Alfredo Augusto Freire de Andrade

General Alfredo Augusto Freire de Andrade (1859-1929) ... was governor-general of Mozambique from from 1906 to 1910 ... was Portuguese Minister for Foreign Affairs ... was a Member of the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations.   ...

Amin Andraus

Amin Andraus ...   ...

Percy Andreae

Percy Andreae ...   ...

Charlie Andreasson

Charlie Andreasson ...   ...

Khalil Andreos

Dr. Khalil Andreos is (2005) the secretary-general of the Greek Orthodox church council in Kfar Yasif   ...

Zuheir Andreus (alias for this person)

Christopher Andrew

Christopher Maurice Andrew (1941-) is a historian at the University of Cambridge with a special interest in international relations and in particular the history of intelligence services. He is the author of "The Defence of the Realm: The Authorized History of MI5"   ...

Zoheir Andrewous

Zoheir Andrewous is the editor of the Nazareth-based weekly, Kull al-Arab (All the Arabs).   Kull Al-Arab (also transliterated as "Kul El-Arab") is among the most popular Arabic newspapers in Israel. It includes short news reports, features, interviews, entertainment, and sports, almost exclusively about th ...

Chris Andrews

Chris Andrews (Dublin) is a former Fianna Fail TD for Dublin South who has long been an advocate of Palestinian human and political rights. Chris tried to be on last year’s Freedom Flotilla but was not allowed to board by the Cypriot authorities, who themselves had been placed under considerable pressure by Israel to prevent the success of Freedom Flotilla 1.  ...

Christopher Andrews

Chris Andrews ... was a councillor in Dublin in 2000   ...

Fannie Fern Andrews

Fannie Fern Phillips Andrews ...   ...

J Andrews

Lance-Corporal J. Andrews ...

Lewis Andrews

Lewis Yelland Andrews (1896-1937), an Australian, was a pro-Zionist assistant to the District Commission for the Northern District in Palestine when he and his bodyguard were assassinated as they were leaving church in Nazareth on 26 September 1937; Andrews was 41.   ...

Robert E. Andrews

Robert 'Rob' Ernest Andrews a Democrat, has represented the First Congressional District of New Jersey,in the U.S. House of Representatives since 1990. He is challenging Senate incumbent Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) in the upcoming primary elections which will take place on June 3, 2008. Andrews lost the primary to Lautenberg, and ran in the general election for his House seat.  ...

Joseph Andriola

Joseph Andriola ... of San Diego ... spent four years of university teaching and doing sociological research in South Africa  ...

Zohair Androus (alias for this person)

Andy_Martin_Worldwide_Communications

Andy Martin Worldwide Communications ... Andy Martin is (2004) a candidate for a Florida seat in the US Senate.   ...

Nicolas Anelka

Nicolas Anelka ...   ...

ANERA

 American Near East Refugee Aid  (ANERA) was founded in 1968 and is a 501(c)3 non-governmental organization that was a founding member of InterAction. Their website notes that they work on projects to "improve communities throughout the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon, and Jordan." On 4 December 2006 – ANERA announced that William D. Corcoran was named President and CEO of ANERA, due to the ...

Swee Chai Ang

Dr. Swee Chai Ang is a British surgeon who worked in the Gaza Hospital in Beirut during the time of the Sabra and Shatila massacres.   ...

Shmaya Angel

Shmaya Angel ... sentenced to life imprisonment in 1982 for the double murder of two of his partners and ¼importing and selling drugs ... died of cancer in 2004 at age 51   ...

Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles

Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles ...   ...

United Teachers Los Angeles

United Teachers Los Angeles is a zionist dominated union in Los Angeles, CA   ...

Norman Angell

Sir Norman Norman Angell Lane (1872-1967) ... English journalist and author who wrote numerous books on the subject of peace. His most famous work, The Great Illusion (1909), sought to establish the fallacy of the idea that conquest and war brought a nation great economic benefits. Angell was awarded the Nobel prize for peace in 1933.   ...

George St. Angelo

George St. Angelo Jr. (1921-2012) ...   ...

Alex Angelopoulos

Alex Angelopoulos ... managing director of the the MV Amalthea's Piraeus-based owner ACA Shipping Corp   ...

Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou ...   ...

Itai Anghel

  Itai Anghel is is a senior correspondent for the weekly current affairs program "UVDA" on Israel's Channel 2 television.   NCF profile:    ITAI ANGHEL is a senior correspondent for the weekly current affairs program "UVDA" on Israel's Channel 2 television, the Israel ...

James Hugh Angleton

James Hugh Angleton was born in Illinois ... In Boise, Idaho, Angleton established himself as a star salesman for the National Cash Register Co. In the 1920s he took charge of the company's European operations. In December 1933 he bought the firm's franchise for Italy and moved his family to Milan and later to Rome, where they lived in a handsome old villa. For years he headed the American Cham ...

James Jesus Angleton

James Jesus Angleton ... CIA Assistant Director ... In May, 1949 he was made head of Staff A of the CIA’s Office of Special Operations, where he was responsible for the collection of foreign intelligence and liaison with the CIA’s counterpart organizations. Beginning in 1951 Angleton was responsible for liaison with Israel's Mossad and Shin Bet agencies, "the Israeli desk", crucial relationship ...

Anglican_Communion_News_Service

The Anglican Communion News Service ...   ...

Anglican_Consultative_Council

The role of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) is to facilitate the co-operative work of the churches of the Anglican Communion, exchange information between the Provinces and churches, and help to co-ordinate common a ...

Anglican_Friends_of_Israel

Anglican Friends of Israel (formerly "Anglicans for Israel") was formed in 2005. Its principal objective is "to resist the call for a boycott of Israel".    Personnel   Co-Directors:     ...

Anglican_Peace_and_Justice_Network_(APJN)

Anglican Peace and Justice Network ...   ...

Simon Anglim

Simon Anglim ...   ...

Anglo-American_Committee_of_Inquiry

The Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry was established in 1945 in order to review the issue of Jewish immigration to Palestine. It was chaired jointly by Joseph C. Hutcheson, for the US, and John Singleton, for the UK. Its members wer ...

Anglo-Israel_Association

The Anglo-Israel Association was founded in 1949 by Brigadier-General Sir Wyndham Deedes, just a year after the establishment of the State of Israel. Deedes. a deeply religious Christian Zionist, had been briefly the Chief ...

Anglo-Jewish_Association_(AJA)

The Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA) was established in 1871.   ...

Anglo-U.S._Cabinet_Committee_on_Palestine

Anglo-U.S. Cabinet Committee on Palestine ...   ...

Ani-Israeli

Ani-Israeli (Hebrew, "I am an Israeli") ...   ...

Gil Anidjar

Gil Anidjar, born in France in 1964, is an Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at Columbia University. To his credit, he has been attacked by David Horowitz.   Anidjar holds a PhD in Comparativ ...

Mordechai Anielewicz

Mordecai Anielewicz was born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1919. After finishing secondary school Anielewicz joined the Zionist HaShomer HaTzair movement and became a full-time organizer of the movement. When the German Army invaded Poland in September 1939, Anielewicz escaped to Romania but later returned to Warsaw where h ...

Mona Anis

Mona Anis writes for Al-Ahram.  ...

Atalla Anjjar

Atalla Anjjar ... founded the first Arab-language magazine for women in Israel/Palestine in 1987.   ...

Paul Anka

Paul Anka ... violated the cultural boycott of apartheid South Africa by playing in Sun City.   ...

Gannit Ankori

Gannit Ankori "chairs the art history department at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Her specialties include gender studies, Diaspora Jewish art and Palestinian art. In 2006, she published a book, "Palestinian Art," described on the cover as the first comprehensive book on the topic in English."   ...

Ari Ankorion_(Volovitzky)

Dr. Ari Ankorion (Volovitzky) (1908-1986), teacher, journalist, lawyer, member of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th "Knesseth" on behalf of the Israeli Labor party. ...   ...

Horia Ankour

Ali Abunimah reports ...

Anna

Anna is (2005) is an activist with the International Solidarity Movement. ...

Kofi Annan

Kofi Annan ...   ...

Charles Annenberg

Adam Shatz reports (21 November 2013) ...

Moses Annenberg

Moses "Moe" Louis Annenberg (February 11, 1877 – July 20, 1942) was a major U.S. newspaper publisher, who purchased The Philadelphia Inquirer, the third-oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States.[1] in 1936. Annenberg began his career as a Chicago newspaper salesman for the Hearst Corporation. He eventually built a fortune and the successful publishing company that became Triang ...

Walter Annenberg

Walter Hubert Annenberg (March 1908 – October 2002) was an American publisher, philanthropist, and diplomat. He set up the Annenberg Foundation.  Eric Walberg reports ...

Anonymous

Anonymous ...   ...

Anonymous,_hacking_group

a hacking group that calls itself 'Anonymous' ...   ...

X Ansaldo_(Anseldo)

X Ansaldo (also written as Anseldo - possibly both versions are inaccurate back-transliterations through Hebrew) ... his first-name is not yet known ... an Italian who captained the MV Hannah Senesh in December 1945   ...

Ali M. Ansari

Professor Ali M. Ansari, a British citizen of Iranian origin, is a Reader in Modern History at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.   ...

Fahad Ansari

Fahad Ansari ...   ...

Philip Anschutz

Philip Anschutz ...   ...

J P Ansell

Joseph P Ansell (1949-2006), a teacher, artist and author, was a leading expert on 20th century Polish-Jewish artist Arthur Szyk.   ...

Joseph P. Ansell

Joseph P. Ansell ...   ...

Indre Anskaityte

  Benjamin Doherty reports (26 August 2013) ...

Michal Ansky_(Anski)

Michal Ansky ...   ...

Martin Charles Ansorge

Martin Charles Ansorge ...   ...

Philippe Anspach

Philippe Anspach (1800-1875) ... attorney ... father-in-law of Gustave de Rothschild   ...

Richard Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe

Brig. Sir Richard Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe (1908-1985) ... served in Palestine 1936-1939   ...

ANSWER_(Act_Now_to_Stop_War_and_End_Racism)

The ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism)Coalition ...   ...

Jim Antal

Rev. Dr. Jim Antal is (2009) President of the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ.   ...

Eddie Antar

Zef Chafets reports (October 2007):   For many years, the most famous SY in the world was  Eddie Antar , known professionally as Crazy Eddie. In the '70s, he revolutionized the home electronics business and created an empire.   Nobody did retail theater better than Crazy Eddie. His souk-smart salesmen – many of them relatives and friends from the enclave &ndash ...

Abraham (Albert) Antebi

Abraham ("Albert") Antebi (1873-1919) was born to a prosperous rabbinical family in Damascus and was educated at the Alliance Israelite Universelle there. He was sent by the Alliance to further his education in Paris. In 1896 he was appointed chief assistant to Nissim Behar, director of the Alliance trade school and replaced Behar when the latter retired in 1898. Antebi served as director of t ...

Emmanuel Antebi

Emmanuel Antebi is the CEO of Nikuv International Projects.   Dave Goldiner reports (4 August 2013):178072     Why did Nikuv CEO  Emmanuel Antebi , and top aide ...

Josef Antebi

Rabbi Josef Antebi (c. 1963-) was born in Israel but lives in Amsterdam. An anti-Zionist, Antebi describes himself as a Palestinian Jew.   ...

Andrew Anthony

Andrew Anthony has been writing for the Observer since 1993 and for the Guardian since 1990.    Publications      The Fallout: How a Guilty Liberal Lost His Innocence , Jonathan Cape, Sept. 2007.   On Penalties , Yellow Jersey Press, 2001.   ...

Benjamin Anthony

Benjamin Anthony (c. 1980-) ... graduate of the University of Manchester ... reservist in the Israeli army ... founder of Our Soldiers Speak , a Zionist propaganda campaign.   ...

C. Ross Anthony

 C. Ross Anthony  is a Senior RAND policy analyst. From his RAND biography one finds:      C. Ross Anthony  Associate Director of the Center for Domestic and International Health Security  Expertise:  International health, mi ...

David W. Anthony

David W. Anthony is professor of anthropology at Hartwick College, a private liberal arts and sciences college of 1480 students, located in Oneonta, NY, in the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains. He is the editor of "The Lost World of Old Europe" (Princeton). He has conducted extensive archaeologica ...

John Duke Anthony

john duke anthony ...   ...

Manzo George Anthony

Manzo George Anthony is (2006) the Nigerian ambassador to Israel.   ...

Anti-Apartheid_Wall_Campaign

Anti-Apartheid_Wall_Campaign ... ...

Anti-Defamation_League

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is a zionist organization that was originally founded to purportedly combat anti-semitsm in the United States. However, the ADL also has acquired an ideological role by pushing "anti-semitism" as one of the main tenets of zionism. This entail exaggerating "anti-semitism" claims or constantly harping on this issue to keep it on the agenda. Furthermore, ADL has ...

Anti-Deutsche

Anti-Deutsche is a German Zionist organization.   ...

Coordination Forum for Countering Anti-Semitism

Coordination Forum for Countering Anti-Semitism ...   ...

Director of the Office to Combat and Monitor Anti-Semitism

Director of the Office to Combat and Monitor Anti-Semitism ...   ...

Anti-War_Ireland_(Cork)

Anti-War Ireland (Cork) ...   ...

ANTIFA-Palestine (alias for this person)

ANTIFA-UK

ANTIFA-UK ... sister organization of the Association to Aid the Victims of Fascism and Antisemitism in Mandate Palestine.   ...

Palestinian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities

Palestinian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities ...   ...

Society for the Reclamation of Antiquities (alias for this person)

All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry Into Antisemitism (alias for this person)

Association to Aid the Victims of Fascism and Antisemitism

Association to Aid the Victims of Fascism and Antisemitism (ANTIFA) ... founded in late 1934 ... Sister organization of ANTIFA-UK   ...

Yale Interdisciplinary Initiative for the Study of Antisemitism

Yale Interdisciplinary Initiative for the Study of Antisemitism ... was replaced by YPSA in Summer 2011   ...

Verein zur Abwehr des Antisemitismus

Verein zur Abwehr des Antisemitismus ... founded in 1890 ... Its members included the historian Theodor Mommsen, the lawyer Rudolf von Gneist, the politician and journalist Theodor Barth, the poet and journalist Louis Jacobowski, the left-liberal politician Heinrich Rickert and, later, the writer Heinrich Mann and the liberal and social democratic politician Heinrich Krone, Hugo Preuss and Otto L ...

Glenna Anton

Glenna Anton is (2008) a doctoral student in the Geography Department at the University of California in Berkeley.  ...

Giovanni_Fontana Antonelli

Ammar Owaineh and George Hale report (17 June 2013) ...

George Antonius

George Antonius (1891 - 1942), born in Dayr al-Qamar, Lebanon, educated in Egypt and Cambridge joined the British civil service in Egypt during WOrld War I. In 1921, he was invited to join the British administration in mandatory Palestine. He left the mandatory administration in 1930 and started to write ...   ...

Kate (Katy) Nimr Antonius

Kate Nimr (died in 1984) was one of the daughters of Faris Nimr. She married George Antonius. Soraya Antonius was their only child. She and George Antonius wer ...

Soraya Antonius

Soraya Antonius, born in Jerusalem, was (1980) a freelance journalist living in Beirut. She is the only child of George Antonius. She was editor of the Middle East Forum.   ...

Natalia Antonova

Natalia Antonova, a playwright and journalist, is acting editor-in-chief of The Moscow News. She lives with her husband in Moscow ...   ...

Naira Antoun

Naira Antoun is the Information and Education officer for CAABU. Her responsibilities include running the Education Programme and visiting schools and colleges to give talks on various matters connected to the Middle East, as well as conducting student campaign workshops and producing educational materials.   ...

Anais Antreasyan

Journal of Palestine Studies author profile:    ANAÏS ANTREASYAN is a researcher based in Geneva and co-founder of Generation Palestine (Genève). She obtained her master's (hons.) from the Graduate Institute of International and Development St ...

Zayde Antrim

Zayde Antrim is (2013) the Charles A. Dana Research Associate Professor of History and International Studies and Director, International Studies Program at Trinity College, CT, USA  ...

Manuel Lobo Antunes

Manuel Lobo Antunes is (2007) the Portuguese secretary of state for foreign affairs   ...

Abd el Razek el-Yihya_(Abu Anys)

Abd el Razek el-Yihya_(Abu Anys), originally from Tantura, is (2000) a general in the Palestinian Authority.   ...

Seth Anziska

Seth Anziska, an American, was (2007) an M. Phil. candidate in modern Middle Eastern studies at St. Antony's College, Oxford. He is (2012) a doctoral candidate in international history at Columbia University   Prior to going to Oxford, Anziska attended Columbia University and ...

An_Israeli_policewoman

An Israeli policewoman who was interviewed by Amnon Birman, the interview being published in Kol Ha'Ir on 16 January 2004.   ...

Aosdána

Aosdána ...   ...

Bakker Aouda

Bakker Aouda ... heads the Center Against Racism   ...

Nidal Aouda

Nidal Aouda ... attorney  ...

Michel Aoun

Michel Aoun ...   ...

Mouloud Aounit

Mouloud Aounit (a member of the Mouvement contre le Racisme et pour l'Amitié des Peuples --MRAP) ... who was democratically elected, was deprived of the vice-presidency of Île-de-France (a region in France) mostly because he criticised Sharon’s policies and had reservations about the law that bans religious symbols in schools.   ...

Miriyam Aouragh

Miriyam Aouragh ...   ...

AP (alias for this person)

Artists United Against Apartheid

Artists United Against Apartheid was a 1985 protest group founded by activist and performer Steven Van Zandt and record producer Arthur Baker to protest against apartheid in South Africa.   ...

GMU Students Against Israeli Apartheid

GMU Students Against Israeli Apartheid ... affiliate of Students Against Israeli Apartheid   ...

Queers Against Israeli Apartheid

Queers Against Israeli Apartheid ...   ...

Apartheid-era_Government_of_South_Africa

The apartheid-era Government of South Africa ...   ...

Yitzhak Apeloig

Yitzhak Apeloig is (2007) President of Technion. He first took office in since October 2001 but, in 2005, he was nominated for a second four year term ending October 2009.   Apeloig was born in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, in the USSR in 1944 and immigrated to Palestine in 1947. He completed his B.Sc. (1967), M.Sc. (1969) and Ph.D. (1974) studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a ...

Elizabeth Apfel (alias for this person)

Enzo Apicella

Enzo Apicella ...   ...

Appeal

Appeal ... ...

United Palestine Appeal

United Palestine Appeal ... The United Palestine Appeal was founded in 1925, to unify the fundraising efforts of Zionist fund-raising organizations including the Jewish National Fund (JNF), Hadassah, Women's Zionist Organization of America ...

United Jewish Appeal_(UJA)

United Jewish Appeal (UJA) ... a major Zionist fundraising apparatus which, beginning in the late 1930s, came to completely dominate all American Jewish philanthropy and direct it toward a Zionist agenda. Before there was AIPAC, there was the United Jewish Appeal, established when the older ...

David (Dudi) Appel

David Appel is an Israeli businessman charged with bribing Ariel Sharon with a large amount of money.   ...

Anne Appelbaum

Anne Applebaum, a Washington Post and Slate columnist, is currently a fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. Her most recent book is Gulag: A History.   Her biography on her website can be found here.   ...

Jacob Appelbaum

Jacob Appelbaum (1983-) ...   ...

Perl Appelbaum

Perl Appelbaum ... one of the four women in Zikhron Yaa'kov who publicly mocked the Nili operatives when they were arrested by the Turks and marched down Hameyasdim Street.   ...

Tomer Appelbaum

Tomer Appelbaum ...   ...

H Appelboim

Major H Appelboim ... was head of the IDF's animal service in 1949  ...

David Appelbojm

David Appelbojm ... member of ZZW   ...

Aharon Appelfeld

Aharon Appelfeld, born in Czernowitz, Rumania, in 1932, was deported to a concentration camp at the age of eight. He escaped and spent three years hiding in the Ukraine before joining the Russian army. A post-war refugee, he made his way to Italy and immigrated to Palestine in 1946. After fighting in the 1948 war, he attended Hebrew University. M/p> He is currently (2004) professor of Hebre ...

Hilary Appelman

Hilary Appelman writes (1997) for Associated Press.   ...

Lisa Appignanesi

Lisa Appignanesi, a writer and novelist, is deputy president of English PEN and edited the book Free Expression is No Offence. She is also the author of an acclaimed family memoir, Losing the Dead, which charts the Holocaust history of her parents. Her other books include, Freud’s Women (with John Forrester), Simone de Beauvoir, and the novels The Memory Man and Sanctuary. A former university ...

RW Apple

RW Apple ...   ...

Anne Applebaum

Anne Applebaum is a columnist for The Washington Post. Her book Gulag: A History won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction. She lives in Poland.  Philip Giraldi reports ...

T. Frank Appleby

T. Frank Appleby ...   ...

George Appleton

George Appleton ...   ...

Ronnie Appleton

Ronnie Appleton is (2003) president of the Jewish community in Northern Ireland.   ...

Shoshana Appleton

Shoshana Appleton ... Israeli married to the president (2003) of Northern Ireland´s Jewish community.   ...

Pasquale Appodia

Pasquale Appodia (1834-1901) ... Auxiliary Bishop (Roman Catholic) of Jerusalem from 1891 until his death ...   ...

Advisory Committee on Senior Civil Service Appointments

Advisory Committee on Senior Civil Service Appointments ... chaired, among others, by Gabriel Bach and Yaakov Turkel   ...

Matt Appuzo

Matt Appuzo is co-author of  Enemies Within : Inside the NYPD's Secret Spying Unit and Bin Laden's Final Plot Against America.   ...

April_6_Youth

The April 6 Youth Movement was/is an Egyptian activist group established in Spring 2008 to support the workers in El-Mahalla El-Kubra, an industrial town, who were planning to strike on April 6. It is possible that Ahmed Salah was one of the founders.  Ahmed Maher, Ahmed Douma and Mohamed Adel were a ...

AP_(Associated_Press)

Associated Press (AP) is a news agency.  ...

Association du Patrimoine Israëlite Aquitaine

Association du Patrimoine Israëlite Aquitaine ...   ...

Bassam Abu Ara

Bassam Abu Ara, originally from the village of Akaba near Jenin, is (2007) a journalist for Al-Hayat al-Jadida   ...

Arab-American_Action_Network

About Us: The Arab American Action Network (AAAN) strives to strengthen the Arab community in the Chicago area by building its capacity to be an active agent for positive social change. As a grassroots non-profit, our strategies include community organizing, advocacy, education, providing social services, leadersh ...

Amis du Théâtre Arabe

Amis du Théâtre Arabe ... .. Une association des amis du théâtre arabe fut constitué fin 1954. C’était Henri Cordereau qui la dirigeait. Son objectif était simple : soutenir matériellement les troupes existantes et organiser des stages et des séminaires de formation. Le moment n’était pas opportun. Durant ce temps là, de nombreux comédiens se préparaient déjà le maquis ou l ...

Ahmed Arabi

Ahmed Arabi (1839-1911) ... Arabi was an Egyptian who joined the army and was commissioned to fight in his late 30s in the war against Ethiopia (1875-1879). At the end of that war, he was one of the officers who overthrew the Ottoman khedive Ismail Pasha and then lead the 1881 coup against the next khedive, Tewfik Pasha. In the nationalist government that was then established, Ahmed Arabi became ...

Lawrence of Arabia (alias for this person)

Friends of Palestine Arabs

Friends of Palestine Arabs was an organization of American Arabs, organized in New York City. The organization has its headquarters in the offices of Selim Totah , a lawyer and an American of Syrian extraction, in the Woolworth Building.   ...

Nasser Arabyee

Nasser Arabyee ...   ...

Arab_Association_for_Human_Rights

The Arab Association for Human Rights, founded in 1988 by lawyers and community activists, is an independent, grassroots, non-governmental organization (NGO), registered in Israel. HRA works to promote and protect the political, civil, economic, and cultural rights of the Palestinian Ar ...

Arab_Democrats

The Arab Democrats was an "Israeli Arab" pseudo-party sponsored by Ben-Gurion's MAPAI party. In the 1949 election, the Arab Democrats party appeared under the name of "Nazareth Democrats".  ...

Arab_Higher_Committee

The Arab Higher Committee was established on 25 April 1936, on the initiative of Hajj Amin al-Husayni, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, and comprised the leaders of Palestinian Arab clans under the mufti's chairmanship.   In 1936, the members of the Arab Higher Committee included ...

Arab_League

Arab League ...   ...

Arab_Nationalist_Movement

Arab Nationalist Movement ...   ...

Arab_Office

The Arab Office in London ... Albert Hourani worked here in the 1940s   ...

Arab_Studies_Society

The  Arab Studies Society is a non-governmental organization that was founded in 1980 as a research and documentation center to record the historical, cultural and political history of Palestinians. The Arab Studies Society, which shares the same premises as the Orient House, is composed of a library which holds some 14,000 books, documents, press, and personalities archive and a p ...

Avi Arad

Avi Arad is (2013) CEO of Marvel Studios and Founder of Arad Productions Inc.   ...

Eyal Arad

Eyal Arad is (2005) Sharon's advisor on strategy. In 2010, Arad runs his own PR firm implicated in purportedly assisting Yoav Galant to run for the Chief of Staff position in the IOF. At the 10th Herzliya Conference he was listed as "Chairman and Founding Partner, Euro RSCG Israel Group".   ...

Gulie Ne'eman Arad

Gulie Ne'eman Arad teaches history at Tel-Aviv University.   ...

Lail Arad

Lail Arad ... daughter of Ron Arad   ...

Mousia Arad

Mousia Arad ... is a judge in the Israeli Jerusalem district court. He succeeded Judge Ya'acov Tsemach on the bench.   ...

Ron Arad

Ron Arad (1958-) ...   ...

Roy Arad

Roy Arad (1977-) ...   ...

Shimon Arad

Shimon Arad ...   ...

Uzi Arad

  Uzi Arad is (2003) the head of the Institute of Policy and Strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. He was a foreign policy adviser when Benyamin Netanyahu was prime minister. His web-site describes him thus:   Arad is th ...

Yaakov Arad

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Yitzhak Arad

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Yuval Arad

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Arad-Dalia ...   ...

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Khaled_Abu Arafa

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Fathi Arafat

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Manhal Arafat

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Moussa (Musa) Arafat

Moussa Arafat ... 65 when he was assassinated in September 2005, was a fighter with Fatah until he returned to Gaza after the 1993 Oslo peace agreement, where he was put in charge of military intelligence. He was involved in a major clampdown in 1996 on Hamas and Islamic Jihad. ... allegations that Musa Arafat collaborated with Jordanian officials during the Hashemite kingdom’s bloody1970 Black ...

Naseer Arafat

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Nassir Arafat (alias for this person)

Raed Arafat

Raed Arafat (1964-) ...   ...

Suha Arafat

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Yasser Arafat

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Moussa (Musa) Arafat_(2)

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Abu Arafeh

Abu Arafeh ...   ...

Khaled Abu Arafeh (alias for this person)

Ferdinand II, of Aragon

King Ferdinand II, of Aragon ...   ...

Naim Araidi (alias for this person)

Ashraf_Abu Aram

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Moshe Aram

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Abir Aramin

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Bassam Aramin

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Amnon Aran

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Gideon Aran

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Lydia Aran

Lydia Aran ...   ...

Netta Aran

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Teresa Aranguren

Teresa Aranguren ... Spanish journalist.   ...

Osvaldo Aranha

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Zalman Aranne

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Rafi Aranyah

Rafi Aranyah ...   ...

Younes Arar

Younes Arar member of the Beit Ommar Popular Committee.   ...

Bulent Aras

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Alia Arasoughly

Alia Arasoughly is a filmmaker, curator, film theorist and sociologist of culture, based in Ramallah. She grew up in Lebanon, lived in the United States and moved to Palestine after the Oslo Accords.   She has lectured internationally on issues of post-colonialism, gender and national identity in the Arab film production. She curated and directed the famous Liberation and Alienation ...

Laura Arau

Laura Arau ... a Spanish activist who was aboard the MV Mavi Marmara   ...

Gérard (Gerard) Araud

Gérard Araud ... French ambassador to Israel   ...

Friends of Arava

Friends of Arava ...   ...

Nisim Arazi

Nisim Testa-Arazi, born in Monastir, ... of Sha'ar Ha'amakim ... parachuted into Serbia in April 1944  ...

Nissim Arazi

Nissim Arazi is (2008) CEO of the Israeli government-owned Company for the Reconstruction and Development of the Jewish Quarter.   ...

Yehuda Arazi

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Adi Arbel

Adi Arbel is (2005) program director for Channel 8 TV in Israel.   ...

Dan Arbel

Dan Ert, who has changed his name to Aerbel and now lives in Herzliya, was a member of an Israeli “hit team” that in 1973 killed an Arab waiter in Lillehammer, Norway, in the mistaken belief that he was a Palestinian responsible for the Munich attack on Israeli Olympic athletes. A native of Copenhagen who maintained D ...

David Arbel

David Arbel ...   ...

Josie Arbel

Josie Arbel is the director of absorption services at the Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel  ...

Miki Arbel

Miki Arbel is the former Israeli Consul General in Miami.   ...

Mordechai Arbel

Mordechai Arbel ... was Israeli ambassador to Haiti  ...

Zerubavel Arbel

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Shoshana Arbeli-Almozlino

Shoshana Arbeli-Almozlino (1926-) ...   ...

Dan Arbell

Dan Arbell ...   Barak Ravid reports: ...

Masad Arbid

Masad Arbid is an Palestinian physician and writer residing in Los Angels, USA. He was born in Ramallah, Occupied West Bank in 1948. He received his medical education and MD degree in Yugoslavia and post-graduate medical specialty in Pediatrics in Los Angeles. He is a member of the editorial board of Kana'an , a cultural periodical published in Occupied Palestine, and Kana'an Online B ...

Hebrew Courts of Arbitration

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Marianne Arbogast

Marianne Arbogast is associate editor of The Witness.   ...

Louise Arbour

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Felicity Arbuthnot

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James Arbuthnot

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Alexandre Arcady

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Gaston Archambault

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Brendan Archbold

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Peter Archer

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International Union of Architects

International Union of Architects ...   ...

Decolonizing Architecture

Decolonizing Architecture ...   ...

Forensic Architecture

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Anna Ardin

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Michael Ardon

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Mordechai Ardon

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Thomas L. Are

Rev. Thomas L. Are was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1932. He graduated from Westminster Choir College and Columbia Theological Seminary before receiving his D.Min. from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois. He served pastorates in Mississippi and Alabama and finished his pastoral career as Senior Pastor of Shallowford Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Pastor Are l ...

Yassin Aref

Yassin Aref ...   ...

Naim Areidi

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Maen Areikat (alias for this person)

Maen Rashid Areikat

Maen Rashid Areikat is (2010) PLO Representative to the United States and is a former director general of the PLO Negotiations Affairs Department.   ...

Dieter Arendt

Dieter Arendt ...   ...

Hannah Arendt

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Paul Arendt

Paul Arendt ... ...

Emmanuel Arène

Emmanuel Arène ...   ...

Moshe Arens

Moshe Arens (1925-) is an ex-defence minister of Israel. He is widely viewed as a right-wing Zionist.  His early childhood was spent in Kaunas, Lithuania, where he was born in December 1925. The family moved to the United States when he was about 13 years old. In 1948, against his family's wishes, Arens went to Israel and joined the Jewish underground terrorist movement, the Irgun ...

Yigal Arens

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Rowley Israel Arenstein

Rowley Israel Arenstein (1919-1996) ...   ...

Amer_Abu Arfa

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Orit Arfa

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Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina

Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina ...   ...

Federación de Organizaciones palestinas en argentina

Federación de Organizaciones palestinas ...   ...

Daniel Arghiros

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Daniel Argo

Daniel Argo is an Israeli doctor who regularly takes part in the demonstrations against the West Bank separation wall.   ...

Shlomo Argov

Shlomo Argov (1929-2003) ...   ...

Zohar Argov

Zohar Argov (1955-1987; born Zohar Orkabi) was a popular Mizrahi singer in Israel.   ...

Patrick Arguello

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Dimitrios Arhondonis

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Rachel Ben Ari

Rachel Ben Ari ...   ...

Shiri Lev Ari (alias for this person)

Asher Arian

Asher Arian (d. July 2010) was a professor of political science who spearheaded the Israel Democracy Institute's annual Democracy Index.  ...

Menachem Ariav

Menachem Ariav (1929-) ...   ...

Antoine Pierre Arida

Patriarch Antoine Pierre Arida (1863-1955) ...   ...

Firas Aridah

Firas Aridah is a Jordanian priest serving the Roman Catholic Holy Mary Mother of Sorrows Church in the village of Aboud in the Occupied Palestinian West Bank.  ...

Nasib Aridah

Nasib Aridah ... poet   ...

Natan Aridan

Natan Aridan, born in England in 1956, is Associate Researcher and Managing Editor of Israel Studies at the Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel & Zionism and   ...

Sophie Arie

Sophie Arie journalist with  The Guardian    ...

Irwin Arieff

Irwin Arieff ...   ...

Jonathan Ariel

Jonathan Ariel writes for Israel Insider...   ...

Meir Ariel

Meir Ariel ...   ...

Shmuel Ariel

Dr. Shmuel Ariel, born in Rumania, ... sent to Paris by the Irgun in February 1946 ... negotiated with French government for arms in June 1948 ... these arms arrived on the Altalena   ...

Uri Ariel

Uri Ariel MK of the rightist National Union-National Religious Party. He is the "housing minister" in the 2013 Netanyahu government. He is a resident of the Kfar Edumim settlement.   ...

Yaacov Ariel

Yaacov Ariel ... one of the leaders of Gush Emunim   ...

Yigal Ariel

Rabbi Yigal Ariel, of the Golan Heights settlement of Nov, ...   ...

Yisrael Ariel

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Kobi Arieli

Kobi Arieli is a hardline right-wing settler.   ...

Shaul Arieli

IDF Colonel (res.) Shaul Arieli ... of the Council for Peace and Security/Association of National Security Experts in Israel ... worked in the Prime Minister's Office under Ehud Barak   ...

Yehoshua Arieli

Yehoshua Arieli, McDonald Professor emeritus of American history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, died peacefully at his home in Jerusalem on August 3, 2002, age 86. Among the very few foreign scholars whose work has exerted an impact upon the historiography of American political ideas, Arieli was best known for his book Individualism and Nationalism in American Ideology (Harvard Universit ...

Shaul Arielli

Shaul Arielli headed the "peace administration team" in former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak's bureau and was one of the initiators of the Geneva Accord. ...

Yehoshua Arielli

Yehoshua Arielli ...   ...

Yaakov Ariel_(1)

Yaakov Ariel is (2004) an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  ...

Yaakov Ariel_(2)

Yaakov Ariel ... Ramat Gan Chief Rabbi ... a senior member of the religious Zionist movement   ...

'Arif al 'Arif

'Arif al-'Arif (1892 - 1973) ... Palestinian historian, administrator, and journalist who became mayor of Arab Jerusalem in the 1950s.   ...

Ariga_contributor

Ariga_contributor ...   ...

ARIJ-staff

Staff writer for Applied Research Institute – Jerusalem, which runs website  ...

Saeb Arikat (alias for this person)

Avigdor Arikha

Avigdor Arikha ...   ...

Ben Aris

Ben Aris ...   ...

Meir Arison

Meir Arison (1894-1945) ... of Zikhron Yaakov ... multi-millionaire who owned Meir Dizengoff and Company, a shipping company founded by Meir Dizengoff and acqui ...

Micky Arison

Micky Arison (1949-) ...   Ted Arison was his father. Shari Arison is his sister.   ...

Shari Arison

Shari Arison is an Israeli billionaire.   ...

Ted Arison

Ted Arison (1924-1999) ...   Meir Arison was his father. His children include Micky Arison and Shari Arison.   ...

Archbishop Aristarchos

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Wael Arja

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Vasili Arkhipov

Vasili Arkhipov (1926-1998) ...   ...

Alan Arkin

Alan Arkin ...   ...

William Arkin

William Arkin ...   ...

Allan Arkush

Allan Arkush is Associate Professor of Judaic Studies and History at Binghamton University.   ...

Jonathan Arkush

Jonathan Arkush ... Board of Deputies of British Jews,   ...

Chaim Arlosoroff

Chaim Arlosoroff ...   ...

Meirav Arlosoroff

Meirav Arlosoroff ...   ...

Roberto Arlt

Roberto Arlt (1900-1942) ...   ...

Hyman Arluck

Hyman Arluck (1905-1986) ...   ...

Mohammed Arman

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Ghayth Armanazi

Ghayth Armanazi is a former Ambassador of the Arab League to London   Armanazi is an international commentator on Arab affairs in print and broadcast media. Numerous articles have been published in the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph and the World Today, published by the Institute of International Affaires. For nearly a decade he was the ambassador ...

Inessa Armand

Inessa Armand ...   ...

Armand-Jules_(AJ)

The AJ was a Jewish armed force which was referred to by its msmbers as Armand-Jules ...   ...

Bernat Armangue

Bernat Armangué is a photographer with AP.   Resources     website    ...

Carmela Armanios-Omari

Carmela Armanios-Omari is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics and she is also vice president for administrative and financial affairs at Birzeit University.   ...

Légion arménienne

Légion arménienne 2 ...   ...

La Légion Arménienne

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Dick Armey

Dick Armey ...   ...

Michael Armini

Michael Armini ...   ...

Richard Armitage

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Hanna Armoni

Hanna Armoni ...   ...

Armscor

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Charles Armstrong (alias for this person)

George Armstrong

Corporal, later sergeant, George Armstrong ... ... member of the Survey of Western Palestine   ...

Harold C Armstrong

Captain Harold Courtenay Armstrong (1891-1943) ... acquaintance of Ibn Saud ... wrote biographies of Mustafa Kemal, Jan Smuts and Ibn Saud   ...

Jan Armstrong

Jan Armstrong ... a Presbyterian church leader in Santa Barbara, Calif.   ...

Karen Armstrong

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Lisa Armstrong

Lisa Armstrong ...   ...

R F Armstrong

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Hagedud Ha'ivri (Jewish Legion/Brigade in World War I British Army)

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10th (Irish) Division of the WWI British Army

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Arab Liberation Army (alias for this person)

Lebanese Army

Lebanese Army ...   ...

Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives section of the US Army

Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives section of the US Army ...   ...

Army_of_the_Holy_War (alias for this person)

Antonio Arnaiz-Villena

Professor Antonio Arnaiz-Villena ... of Complutense University in Madrid   ...

Salvador López Arnal

Salvador López Arnal ...   ...

G L Arnold (alias for this person)

Michael S. Arnold

Michael S. Arnold is (2002) managing editor of JTA, an organization based in New York which describes itself as "an international news service that provides up-to-the-minute reports, analysis pieces and features on events and issues of concern to the Jewish people". He joined JTA in November 2000 after nearly five years in ...

Stephen Arnold

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Sydney Arnold

Sydney Arnold (1878-1945) ...   ...

Tom Arnold

Tom Arnold ...   ...

Arnold_&_Porter_LLP

Arnold & Porter LLP is a nine-office international law firm based in Washington, D.C. Arnold & Porter is well known for its trial, corporate, and antitrust work, and for its pro bono commitments. Founded in 1946, it is one of the largest law firms in the world today.  Grant Smith reports ...

Arnold_Bloch_Leibler

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Arie Arnon

Arie Arnon ...   ...

Harel Arnon

Chaim Levinson reports ...

Noam Arnon

Noam Arnon was (1990) the spokesman for the settler organization Gush Emunim. In 2008, he is the spokesman for Hebron's settlers.    Moskowitz Prize profile:    Mr. Noam Arnon& ...

Ya'akov Arnon

Prof. Dr. Ya'akov Arnon (1913-1995), born Jaap van Amerongen in Amsterdam, was head of the Dutch Zionist Federation and, later, director-general of the Israeli Finance Ministry.   He was one of the founders of the Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, who, after his death, published this obitua ...

Yaakov Arnon (alias for this person)

Yigal Arnon

Yigal Arnon (1929-2014) ...   ...

Anthony Arnove

Anthony Arnove is an editor and publisher at South End Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His writing has appeared in the Financial Times, Left Business Observer, Mother Jones, International Socialist Review, Diaspora, Socialist Worker, Race and Class, Monthly Review, In These Times, and ot ...

Leopold Maximilian Joseph Maria Arnulf

Leopold Maximilian Joseph Maria Arnulf ...   ...

Raymond Aron

Raymond Aron (1905-1983) was a French sociologist, philosopher and journalist known for his skepticism of ideological orthodoxies. Although Jewish by ancestry (his father was a lawyer), Aron did not define himself by his attachment to Jewish traditions or communities.   Aron obtained his doctorate in 1930 from the École Normale Supérieure with a thesis on the philosophy of history. In ...

Sophia Aron

Sophia Aron is an American living in Israel and working for Ha'aretz.   ...

Wellesley Aron

Wellesley Aron ... founded Habonim youth movement, organized Machal in the United States.  founded Habonim youth movement, organized ...

Yael Aronoff

Yael Aronoff, a "liberal" Zionist who spent part of her youth in Israel, is the Michael and Elaine Serling and Friends Chair of Israel Studies at James Madison College, a residential college at Michigan State University. She received her Ph.D. in political science from Columbia University in 2001. She also holds an M.I.A. in international affairs from Columbia University's School of Internationa ...

Yehiel Aronowicz_(Aranowicz)

Yehiel Aronowicz ...   ...

Stanley Aronowitz

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Geoffrey Aronson

Geoffrey Aronson is the editor of the Report on Israeli Settlement in the Occupied Territories, published by the Foundation for Middle East Peace in Washington, D.C. He is the author of "Israel, Palestinians and the Intifada: Creating Facts on the West Bank" (1990), and an expert on Israel’s occupation policies. In fact, ...

Shlomo Aronson

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François-Marie Arouet

François-Marie Arouet ...   ...

Yair Aroun

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Fadi Arouri

Fadi Arouri is a Palestinian journalist who was severely wounded in Jan. 2007.   ...

Patricia Arquette

Patricia Arquette ...   ...

Nasser Arrabyee

Nasser Arrabyee ...   ...

Huwaida Arraf

Huwaida Arraf is cofounder of the International Solidarity Movement. A Catholic Palestinian American from Detroit, Arraf and her Jewish American partner, Adam Shapiro (an ...

Suha Arraf

Suha Arraf, a Palestinian citizen of Israel, was born in 1969 in the village of Mi'ilya. She got her BA in the University of Haifa in 1990 and an MA in Anthropology from the University of Tel Aviv in 1994. She studied at the script-wtiting sachool in Tel Aviv (2001). Starting as a journalist in Ha'aretx, she moved to telvision, directing documentary programs, hosting and editing a program for ...

Moses Arragel

Moses Arragel was (c. 1430) rabbi of the Jewish community of Maqueda in the Spanish province of Toledo   ...

Ayman Abu Arram

Ayman Abu Arram is the former head of the Bir Zeit Univ. Students' union.   ...

Vittorio Arrigoni

Vittorio (Victor) Arrigoni was murdered in Gaza in 2011. He had wide experience in international charity work and in the battle for human rights in Europe and Eastern Europe and Africa. In 2003 Vittorio first visited Palestine, at first in a work camp managed by IPYL in Eastern Jerusalem and later in Nablus in the Balata refugee camp. In 2006, trying to go back to Palestine, he was held in Israe ...

Harry Arrigonie

Harry Arrigonie (1913-) spent thirty years in the British colonial police in Palestine and Northern Rhodesia. He was (1935-39) a member of the British Palestine Police Force, including service in Bassa Tegart Fort Number 2, where, he says ...

Carl Arrindell

Carl Arrindell is a friend of, and spokesman for, the family of Tom Hurndall.   ...

Kenneth Arrow

Kenneth Arrow ...   ...

Arsenal_Football_Club

Arsenal Football Club ...   ...

Chris Arsenault

Chris Arsen ...   ...

Arsenios

Arsenios ... a Samaritan from Scythopolis ... a favourite of Empress Theodora ... became a Senator ... pretended to be a Christian to keep his power ... eventually annoyed Theodora and was impaled   ...

Shazia Arshad

Shazia Arshad ...   ...

Maisa Arshid

Maisa Arshid is a Palestinian citizen of Israel. She is a lawyer for the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel. On 15 May 2011, she was assaulted by Kobi Bachar, the deputy commander of the Galilee District Police, slapping after she a ...

Shakib Arslan

Shakib Arslan ...   ...

Monuments Men Foundation for the Preservation of Art

The Monuments Men Foundation for the Preservation of Art 'honors the legacy' of the men and women who served in the Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives section of the US Army, known as the “Monuments Men”.   ...

Hannah Arterian

Hannah Arterian ...   ...

Charles Arthur

Charles Arthur is the Guardian's technology editor. Prior to that he covered science, technology and health at the Independent for nine years   ...

George Arthur

Sir George Compton Archibald Arthur (1860-1946) wrote A Life of Lord Kitchener, A Septuagenarian's Scrapbook and Not Worth Reading.  ...

Giacomo Artom

Dr. Giacomo Artom Artom ...military physician ... member of the Zionist Commission for Palestine, as a representative of the Italian Jewish community, in close liaison with the Italian Foreign Office  ...

Yehuda Artzieli

Yehuda Artzieli ... an Israeli businessman who lived in Tehran during the 1970s  ...

Yoav Artzieli

Yoav Artzieli ... ...

Shulhan Aruch

Shulhan Aruch ...   ...

Hanan Aruri

Hanan Aruri is a Palestinian Feminist and political activist.   ...

Issam Aruri

Issam Aruri is a lawyer with the Jerusalem Legal Aid Centre.   ...

Naseer Aruri

Naseer Aruri is Chancellor Professor (emeritus) of Political Science, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. He is president of Trans-Arab Research Institute in Boston. He is the author of ...

Saleh Aruri

Salah al-Arouri, one of the founders of Hamas's military wing, is (2014) living in exile in Istanbul. His role in Hamas dates back to the 1990s, according to a US indictment issued in 2003, when he was a student at Hebron University. Amnesty International in 2012 described him as one of the founding members of the Qassam Brigades. He was forced to leave Palestine in 2010 after serving more tha ...

Eitan Arusi

Major Eitan Arusi ... is (2004) the IDF spokesman in Arabic. He was appointed in mid-Summer 2004 and is the first person to fill this role at the unit of the IDF spokesman since it was set up. His appointment is the result of a change in the approach to the spokesman's role, which saw fit to appoint a special spokesman to deal specifically with the Arabic language media - both local and foreign. ...

Eitan Arusy

Eitan Arusy ... an analyst in the office of the Manhattan district attorney, Robert Morgenthau ... previously a soldier in the IDF.   ...

Arutz_Sheva_staff

Arutz Sheva staff ...   ...

Jacob Arvey

Jacob M. Arvey (1893-1977) was probably the most influential local Jewish machine leader in American politics. The son of immigrants from Poland, he began his political career in typical fashion, as a precinct party worker for the Democratic organization in a Jewish area on the western side of Chicago, quickly rising to the position of ward committeeman and city Alderman. As Jewish support for Ro ...

ARZA-Canada

ARZA-Canada ... the Reform movement’s Zionist win   ...

Donna E. Arzt

Donna E. Arzt is Bond, Schoeneck and King Distinguished Professor of Law in the College of Law at Syracuse University. Before moving to Syracuse, Donna Arzt practiced public interest law in Boston and was an assistant attorney general for the state of Massachusetts in civil rights and regulation of charitable solicitation. She has published numerous articles on human rights in the Soviet Uni ...

Shahar Arzy

Shahar Arzy ...   ...

As-Sa'iqa

Vanguard of the People's Liberation War ... group set up by Syria to undermine Fatah   ...

Muhammad Idris bin Muhammad al-Mahdi as-Senussi

Muhammad Idris bin Muhammad al-Mahdi as-Senussi (1889-1983) ...   ...

Riad as-Solh

Riad as-Solh ...   ...

Amotz Asa-El

Amotz Asa-El is executive editor of the Jerusalem Post.   ...

Quamar Mishirqi As'ad

Quamar Mishirqi As'ad ...   ...

Zakariya Asade

Zakariya Asade belongs to the Rabbis for Human Rights organization.   ...

Huneida Asaf

Huneida Asaf ...   ...

Riah Abu El Asaf

Riah Abu El Asaf is (2006) the Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem.   ...

Fadi_Abu Asal

  Amnesty International reports (27 February 2014):186490      Fadi Abu Asal , one of the three other young men accompanying ...

Kamal Asali

Kamal Asali ...   ...

Ziad Asali (alias for this person)

Ziad J. Asali

Ziad Asali (1942-), born in Jerusalem, is the president and founder of the ATFP; he is the former president of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. Asali was born in Jerusalem and studied at the American University of Beirut. He has practiced medicine in Saudi Arabia, Jerusalem and the United States. Asali ...

Ahmad Abu Asba

Ahmad Abu Asba ... was head of the Jat local council in the Triangle. In the list of the Democratic Arab Party for the 1988 Israeli elections he had the second spot   ...

Khaled Abu Asba

Khaled Abu Asba (aged 49 in 2009) ...   Abu Asba spent seven years in Ashkelon prison before being released in a prisoner exchange. He then worked in Fatah training camps in Iraq and in the past few years has lived in Jordan with his Nazareth-born wife, who was stripped of her Israeli citizenship upon marrying him.   ...

Khalid Abu Asbah

Dr. Khalid Abu Asbah ... is (2004) a lecturer at the school of education at Beit Berl Teachers Training College   ...

Khaled Abu Asba_(2)

Khaled Abu Asba ... teaches sociology of education at the University of Haifa ...   ...

Ella Asbeha

Ella Asbeha ...   ...

Thomas S. Asbridge

Thomas S. Asbridge, BA (Wales) PhD (Lond), is Senior Lecturer in Early Medieval History at Queen Mary, University of London. An acknowledged expert on the history of the Crusades, he has traveled extensively in the Near East following the route of the First Crusade.   ...

Chiara Ascari

Chiara Ascari ...   ...

Henry Ascher

Henry Ascher is an MD, PhD, pediatrician and researcher from Gothenburg, Sweden. He has been active in Palestinian solidarity work for 25 years. In 1933, his mother and family fled Nazi Germany for Sweden. All of his father’s family perished in German concentration camps with the exception of his father, who arrived in Sweden from Nazi-controlled Austria in 1939 at the age of 18. For 14 months in ...

Arik Ascherman

Rabbi Arik Ascherman (also transliterated as "Asherman"), (born Erie, Pennsylvania) currently lives in Israel, is Executive Director of Rabbis for Human Rights. While regarding himself as a Zionist, he is very active in trying to prevent Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes and in activism against the apartheid wa ...

Neal Ascherson

Neal Ascherson is a British author and journalist -- his book  Black Sea  is a favourite of this editor (JB).   Ascherson was born in Edinburgh in 1932. The surname is German-Jewish, but by the time his father was born in London the family tradition was evangelical Christian. He studied history at Cambr ...

Steven E. Aschheim

Steven E Aschheim is professor of history at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has published widely on German and Jewish history, including the books The Nietzsche Legacy, 1890-1990 and Culture and Catastrophe: German and Jewish Confrontations with National Socialism and Other Crises.   ...

ASCO

ASCO ... a Belgian company with a branch in Malta ... run by Abraham Shavit, a former Israeli intelligence officer ... Efraim Poran was on its board in the 1980s ...   ...

Hassan Asfour

Hassan Asfour is a member of the Palestinian Legislative Council.   ...

John Asfour

John Asfour was (in the early 1990s) a Washington, DC-based specialist on the politics, economy and demography of the Middle East.   ...

Muhammad Asfour (alias for this person)

Yousef Asfour

Harriet Sherwood reports ...

Muhammad Asfur

    Muhammad Asfour is a Palestinian murdered by Israeli soldiers on 22 February 2013. Asfour was 4th year Physical Education student at Al Quds University in Abu Dis and played football in the village's team. Born on 9 March 1990, Asfour died two days before celebrating his 23rd birthday. Asfour was a resident of Aboud.   Amnesty International reports (27 February 2014) ...

Ali Asgar

Ali Asgar, the father-in-law of Hussein Ruhi, was sent by Ronald Storrs as a messanger to Abdullah ibn Hussein al-Hashimi in September 1914.   ...

Ali Reza Asgari

In December 2010, it was reported that Asgari was the mysterious Prisoner X whose very existence in Ayalon Prison would neither be denied nor confirmed by Israel, for "security reasons". In February 2013, however, it was reported that Pr ...

Ali-Reza Asgari (alias for this person)

Gabriel Ash

Gabriel Ash was born in Romania and grew up in Israel, where he served in the Israel Defence Forces. He now lives in the United States. He writes regularly for the Yellow Times -- see a collection of his articles which is maintained by YT..   ...

Lucy Ash

Lucy Ash produces radio programs for BBC 4. She studied at Oxford (1980 — 1983). She is married to John Kampfner, the former New Statesman journo.    Resources     BBC Radio 4 ...

Marc Ash

Marc Ash is the editor of TruthOut...   ...

Scholem Ash

Scholem Ash ...   ...

Timothy Garton Ash

Timothy Garton Ash is a writer and Fellow of St. Antony's College, Oxford. After reading Modern History at Oxford, his research into the German resistance to Hitler took him to Berlin, where he lived, in both the western and eastern halves of the divided city, for several years. From there he traveled widely behind the iron curtain. Throughout the 1980s he reported and analyzed the emancip ...

Uri Ash

Uri Ash writes for Ha'aretz.  ...

C. R. Ashbee (alias for this person)

Charles Ashbee

Charles Robert Ashbee (1863-1942) read History at King's College 1883-86, and trained as an architect under G.F. Bodley. In 1888 he founded the Guild and School of Handicrafts, first in East London and then in Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire, and he established the Essex House Press in 1898. He was Civic Adviser in Jerusalem 1919-22, and did much to promote interest in civic architecture and ...

Felicity Ashbee

Felicity Ashbee ...   Charles Ashbee was her father.   ...

Michael Ashbel

Michael Ashbel (1922-1947) was born in Vilna, Lithuania to parents who were active Zionists. At an early age he joined Betar and later joined the Irgun in Poland. After the German invasion of Poland, he fled to Russia, joined the Free Po ...

Izhar Ashdot

Izhar Ashdot (1958-) ...   ...

Paddy Ashdown

Paddy Ashdown ... ...

Ami Asher

Ami Asher is a member of Zochrot , a translator and editor.   ...

Daniel Asher

Israel Defense profile (accessed: 24 August 2013):     Brigadier General (Res.) Dr. Dani (Daniel) Asher     Brigadier General (Res.) Dr. Dani (Daniel) Asher, historian, military scholar, and lecturer at IDF colleges and Beit Berl College. Former lecturer at th ...

Moshe Bar Asher

Moshe Bar Asher is (2013) the president of the Academy of the Hebrew Language   ...

Robert H. Asher

Robert H. Asher, from Chicago, is (2005) a retired manufacturer of lamps and shades, and a member of the so-called Gang of Four -— former presidents of AIPAC, who steered the group’s policies for more than two decades.   ...

Uri Ben Asher

Uri Ben Asher used to be the chief planner for Jerusalem. He retired in the late 1990s.  ...

Yaakov Asher

Rabbi Yaakov Asher is (2010) the mayor of Bnei Brak.  David Sheen reports (12 Dec 2012) ...

Eliyahu Asheri

Eliyahu Asheri ...   ...

Yitro Asheri

Yitro Asheri ...   ...

Arik Asherman (alias for this person)

Joseph G. Asherman

Joseph Asherman (1889-1968) ... Czech-Israeli gynaecologist  ...

Ilan Asherov

Ilan Asherov ... Tel Aviv underworld figure whose bullet-riddled body was found on the Carmel Coast in march 1972  ...

Mohammed Ashkan

Mohammed Ashkan ...   ...

David Ashkenazi

David Ashkenazi (1898-1983) was (in the early 1960s) chief rabbi of Algeria.   ...

Eli Ashkenazi

Eli Ashkenazi ... writes for Ha'aretz   ...

Gabriel Ashkenazi

Major-General Gabriel Ashkenazi ...   ...

Gaby Ashkenazi (alias for this person)

Lior Ashkenazi

Lior Ashkenazi ...   ...

Motti Ashkenazi

Motti Ashkenazi was the man who launched the grass-roots protest movement after the 1973 War that eventually forced Prime Minister Golda Meir and Defense Minister Moshe Dayan to resign. In 2001, Ashkenazi was quoted as saying that he felt that size of the vote for Ariel Sharon reflected a profound disillusionment not only with Barak but with the entire political leadership of the left and says ...

Pnina Ashkenazi

Pnina Ashkenazi ...   ...

Dalia Ashkenazi-Landau

Dalia Ashkenazi, now Landau, came to Israel as an infant in 1948 ... Ashkenazi-Landau was born in December 1947 in Bulgaria. Her family emigrated to Israel 11 months later, in 1948.   Bashir Al-Khairi is/was a friend of hers.   ...

Gabi Ashkhenazi (alias for this person)

Yehuda Ashlag

Yehuda Ashlag ...   ...

Edwina Ashley

Edwina Ashley ...   ...

Jackie Ashley

Jackie Ashley writes for The Guardian.   ...

Lord Ashley (alias for this person)

Sharon Ashley

Sharon Ashley used to be managing editor of the Jerusalem Report. She was appointed editor in September 2004, when the previous editor, David Horovitz, was appointed editor of the Jerusalem Post.   ...

Anthony Ashley-Cooper

  Anthony Ashley-Cooper (1801-1885) was the eldest son of the 6th Earl of Shaftesbury. At the age of ten, he was given the courtesy title of Lord Ashley and in 1851 he became the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury.  In 1839, Ashley-Cooper, an evangelical Christian, published an essay in the distinguished literary journal the Quarterly Review, titled "The State and Resto ...

Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett

Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett (1881-1931) ...   ...

Robert B. Ashmore

Robert B. Ashmore is, at the time of writing (July 2002), an emeritus professor of Philosophy at Marquette University, a Jesuit university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Until 2001, he was director of the Ethics Center in the university.   ...

Abdul-Rahman Ashour

Abdul-Rahman Ashour is (2007) the Social Affairs coordinator of the Nafha Society -- a group which defends the rights of Palestinian detainees and human rights. In June 2007, he was kidnapped by Israeli occupation forces. He had previously server five years in "administrative detention".   ...

Ahmad Ashour

Ahmad Ashour ...   ...

Kamal Ashour

Kamal Ashour is a Palestinian businessman living in Gaza.   ...

Mohammed_Musbah_Khalil Ashour

Mohammed Musbah Khalil Ashour is a Palestinian former prisoner from Jerusalem. He was released on 29 October 2013.(source)     ...

Omar Ashour

Omar Ashour is a scholar at the Univ of Exeter.   ...

Radwa Ashour

Radwa Ashour ... born in 1946 is an Egyptian writer who is married to Mourid Barghouti   ...

Hassan Ashqar

Dalia Hatuqa reports (28 September 2013) ...

Issam_(Isam)_Al Ashqar

Prof. Issam Al Ashqar taught physics at Al Najah National University in Nablus. Al Ashqar was born in 1957 in Saida village, near the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem in 1958. He obtained is B.A degree in physics from Al Yarmouk university in Jordan in 1980, and then he obtained his M.A degree from the same university in 1982. He taught at the University in the period between 1982 and 1984 a ...

Hanan Ashrawi

Hanan Ashrawi, born Hanan Mikhail, is a professor of English, an international human rights activist, and a politician.   Her father was a Medical Doctor in Ramallah. Mike Ladah says that he was "a frequent speaker at the Friends Boys School auditorium during my high school days".   You can h ...

Reuven Ashtar

Reuven Ashtar ...   ...

Ali Ashtari

Ali Ashtari ...   ...

Catherine Ashton

Catherine Ashton is a British diplomat/politician who was appointed "High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the European Union" (EU) on 1 December 2009 when the post was created.  Tony Judt comments (18 March 2010): ...

John Ashton

John Ashton is an investigator who worked with Abdelbaset al-Megrahi's legal team between 2006 and 2009. He has written a book on the bombing called Scotland's Shame: Why Lockerbie Still Matters.   ...

Nigel Ashton

Dr. Nigel J. Ashton is a Senior Lecturer in International History at LSE   ...

Eliyahu Ashtor

Eliyahu Ashtor (1914 - ?), Hebrew University of Jerusalem ... an Israeli Jewish scholar, ... one of those Jewish scholars who, despite Zionist attempts to paint Muslim and Jew as eternal enemies, depict Muslim Spain and North Africa as a Golden Age for Jews from 950 to 1150 AD.   ...

Jane Ashworth

 Jane Ashworth  is the Advisory Editor of Democratiya and the Project Director of Engage, which according to her personal profile is a "campaign against left anti-semitism". She has served on the Executive of Socialist Organiser, the forerunner to Alliance for Workers Liberty ("a Trostskyist groupuscule" [ ...

Zion (Tzio) Asidon

Tzio Asidon is a Moroccan of Jewish origin. Asidon, a mathematician, is Secretary General of an anti-corruption group, Transparency Maroc, and head of the Moroccan chapter of the Arab Administrative Development Organization. He was imprisoned from 1972-1984.   ...

ASIL_(American_Society_of_International_Law)

American Society of International Law (ASIL)...  Chase Madar reports:125738     Was this ASIL conference panel a new departure into real fairness and evenhandedness? Not really. ...

Qari Muhammad Asim

Qari Muhammad Asim ...   ...

Anna Asimakopoulou

Anna Asimakopoulou ...    Greek wikipedia:   http://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%86%CE%BD%CE%BD%CE%B1-%CE%9C%CE%B9%CF%83%CE%AD%CE%BB_%CE%91%CF%83%CE%B7%CE%BC%CE%B1%CE%BA%CE%BF%CF%80%CE%BF%CF%8D%CE%BB%CE%BF%CF%85   ...

Isaac Asimov

Isaac Asimov ...   ...

Nanette Asimov

Nanette Asimov writes for the SFGate.   ...

Ammar Askari

Ammar Askari ...   ...

Dave Askins

Dave Askins is a so-called journalist at the Ann Arbor Chronicle.   ...

Ali H. Aslan

Ali H. Aslan is the Washington correspondent for Zaman.   ...

Jihad_Mansour_Harbi Aslan

Al Haq reports (5 September 2013) ...

Mustafa Aslan

Mustafa Aslan (1991/2-2014) ...   ...

Reza Aslan

Reza Aslan ...   ...

Eylon Aslan-Levy

Eylon Aslan-Levy, an Israeli born and brought up in Britain, who went to school at University College School in north London, is (2013) a final-year PPEist at Brasenose College in Oxford.   Guardian profile:     Eylon Aslan-Levy  is chairman of the National Cou ...

Hassan Asleh

Hassan Asleh ... is (2004) the chairman of the committee of families of victims of the Israeli police shooting of 13 Palestinians (12 of them citizens of Israel) in October 2000.   ...

Kader Asmal

Kader Asmal (1934-2011) ... He was a member of the McBride Commission.   ...

Bassel Asmar

Bassel Asmar is a member of the PFLP who allegedly was involved in the killing of Rehavam Ze'evi, the Israeli ethnic cleanser. He was held in Jericho for some years under British guard, but captured after Britain betrayed the deal of overseeing the Jericho jail.   ...

Ron Asmus

Ron Asmus ...   ...

Milivoj Asner

Milivoj Asner ...   ...

Miriam Asnes

Miriam Asnes ... International Program Manager for OneVoice   ...

ASODEGUE

ASODEGUE (Asociación para la solidaridad democrática con Guinea Ecuatorial) is an Spanish-based solidarity group organized by G.Equatorial political refugees and exiles.   ...

Morad Asonah

Morad Asonah ... a lawyer working for Adalah whose West Bank wife is a victim of Israel's racist marriage laws  ...

Maria Aspan

Maria Aspan writes for the NYT (usually relating to Media matter).   ...

Lennart Aspegren

Lennart Aspegren (1931-) began his career within the Swedish judicial system as a magistrate in 1958. After serving in various courts of civil and criminal law, he was appointed judge of the Stockholm Court of Appeal in 1979. Judge Aspegren also served as Legal Adviser to his Government, mainly within the Ministry of Finance from 1969. From 1979 to 1996, he was Under-Secretary for Legal Affairs a ...

Israel (Izzy) Harold Asper

Israel ("Izzy") Harold Asper (1932 - 2003) was a lawyer and communications mogul with strong Zionist sympathies. Born in Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada, 11 August 1932. Educated at the University of Manitoba, B.A., 1953; LL.B., 1957, LL.M., 1964. Married Ruth Bernstein, 1956, children: David, Leonard, and Gail. Newspaper columnist on taxation, 1966-77; ...

Leonard Asper

Leonard Asper ...   ...

Barry Aspinall

Cllr Barry Aspinall (Lib Dem) Leader, Brentwood borough council  ...

Margot Asquith

Margot Asquith ...  ...

David Asraf

David Asraf ... Israeli police spokesman for the 'Judea and Samaria District'   ...

Jaser Asraf

Jaser Asraf is a lawyer from Baka al-Garbiyeh. He is accused of defrauding his Egyptian clients in a claim against Israeli companies.   ...

Robert Asraf

Robert Asraf ... scion of a French-Moroccan family of great lineage.   Né en 1936 à Rabat, Robert Assaraf a occupé d'importantes fonctions, publiques et privées, au Maroc. Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages dont Mohammed V et les Juifs (1997), il a créé en 1996 le Centre International de Recherche sur les Juifs du Maroc et est l'un des fondateurs, en 1999, de l'Union mondiale du judaïsme maro ...

Haim Assa

Haim Assa ... a strategy consultant who co-authored a book on military doctrine in the 21st century with Yedidya Ya'ari   ...

Hani Abu Assad (alias for this person)

Muhammad Assad

Born into a Polish Jewish family, Leopold Weiss was the grandson of an Orthodox rabbi. By his early twenties, he could write and read German, French and Polish. He became a journalist and travelled to the Middle East as a correspondent for the Franfurter Zeitung (the paper that was founded by ...

Samar Assad

Samar Assad ... is Senior Analyst at The Palestine Center.   ...

Samer Assad

Samer Assad is Executive Director of the Jerusalem Fund and its educational program the Palestine Center.   She is Executive Director of The Palestine Center, a Washington, DC-based think tank dedicated to analysis of U.S. policy toward Palestine and the Middle East. Prior to her appointm ...

Suhail Assad

Suhail Assad ...   ...

Sulayman Assad

Sulayman Assad was a signatory of the 1936 Assad petition to Leon Blumagainst the reincorporation of the Sanjak of Latakia into Syria.   He was the father of ...

Shabnam Assadollahi

Richard Silverstein reports ...

David Assaf

David Assaf ...   ...

Michael Assaf

Michael Assaf ... in 1948 was the vicar-general of the Greek Catholic Patriarchate  ...

Mohammed Assaf

Muhammad Asaf was (1907) the the qa'imaqam (governor) of Jaffa   ...

Oded Assaf

Oded Assaf ... ...

Roger Assaf

Roger Assaf ...   ...

Roxane Ellis Rodriguez Assaf

Roxane Ellis Rodriguez Assaf is a free-lance writer based in Chicago. Roxane Assaf is the Washington correspondent for The Durham (N.C.) Herald-Sun. She is a native of New Orleans and has (2003) spent the last 15 years in Chicago, minus a year in the West Bank and Jerusalem. After "enjoying a patchwork career in modeling, acting, singing and producing", Assaf began freelance writing for the Wa ...

Said Assaf

Said Assaf is Director-General, Training, Qualification and Supervision, Ministry of Education, Ramallah, Palestine National Authority.   ...

Yair Assaf-Shapira

Yair Assaf-Shapira is a cartographer with the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies.   ...

Zeinab Assaffar

Zeinab Assaffar ...   ...

Mohammed Assaf_(2)

Mohammed Assaf (1989-) is a Palestinian singer well known for being the winner of the second season of Arab Idol, broadcast by the MBC network.   ...

Ahmad Assakani

Ahmad Assakani is (2013) serving a 27 year sentence in Israeli jails. In June 2013, his son died en-route to visit his father in jail for the first time.  ...

Nahla Assali

A Muslim Palestinian, Nahla Assalli was born in West Jerusalem in 1938. In 1948, after the Deir Yassin massacre, her father sent the family to live in Damascus. They were never allowed to return to their original home in West Jerusalem. She is a refugee registered with the United Nations. Ms. Assali received her BA in English Literature from the American University of Beirut and her MA from ...

Dan Assan

 Dan Assan ... Human Rights: emphasis on civil compensation suits and High Court petitions ... cooperates with Physicians for Human Rights, Tel Aviv; Hamoked, the Center for the Defense of the Individual, Jerusalem; The Public Committee against Torture in Israel, Jerusalem   ...

Julian Assange

Julian Paul Assange (born 1971) is an Australian internet activist and journalist best known for his involvement with Wikileaks, a whistleblower website. Assange was a physics and mathematics student, a hacker and a computer programmer, before taking on his current role as spokesperson and editor in chief for Wikileaks. Assange advocates a "transparent" and "scientific" approach to journalism, s ...

Brendan Assanti

Brendan Assanti ...   According to Jack Khoury in this Haaretz article:    The producers (who are directing and shooting their documentary) are Brendan Assanti, 20, who is from a Jewish family in Los Angeles...  ...

Azzam Abu Assaoud

Azzam Abu Assaoud is (2007) director of the Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce.   ...

International Association Against Psychiatric Assault

 International Association Against Psychiatric Assault ...   ...

United Nations General Assembly

United Nations General Assembly ...   ...

Jewish Assembly_(2) (alias for this person)

Martin Asser

Martin Asser  BBC Online  Middle East correspondent. In general, Asser uses Israeli-centric language, and provides very uncritical reportage.  ...

Muriel Asseraf

Muriel Asseraf is (2007) AJC's program specialist for North Africa and the Middle East   ...

Trevor Asserson

Trevor Asserson was (2003) a UK solicitor based in London, where he was a partner in an international law firm. He is active in the British Israel Group and, in 2002, set up the web-site known as BBC Watch which specializes in criticizing the BBC’s coverage of Israel and produces frequent reports to this effect ...

Company for Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets

The Company for Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, called Hashava in Hebrew, ...   aid=209494 says:   [Hashava] was founded in 2006 in accordance with an Israeli law passed the previous year and sponsored by former Labor Party MK Collette Avital. The main purpose of the company, which is government-owned but is not a government corporation, is to locate asse ...

Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets

Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets ...   ...

Sion (Zion) Assidon (alias for this person)

Guy Assif

Guy Assif ... ...

Jewish League for Assimilation

Jewish League for Assimilation ... founded in Salonika  ...

Mulham Assir

Mulham Assir is a Lebanese writer based in Beirut and Madrid.   ...

Serene Assir

Serene Assir ...   ...

Benador Associates

 Benador Associates ... a public relations firm described by the Jewish Week Jewish Week also describes the firm as "a boutique firm specializing in promoting neoconservative figures such as Taheri, Michael Ledeen, Richard Perle, Charles Krauthammer and others who supported the Iraq war and 'regime change' in Iran now." Its CEO and founder is Eleana Benador, is a Peruvian-born lingu ...

Palestine Associates

Palestine Associates, Inc. ... a group of US shareholders in the Palestine Potash Company ... Palestine Associates, Inc. was incorporated in 1930 with a capital of $400000. Among its directors were Israel Brodie, ...

Addameer_(Addameer Prisoners Support and Human Rights Association)

Addameer (conscience) Prisoners Support and Human Rights Association is a Palestinian non-governmental, civil institution which focuses on human rights issues. Established in 1992 by a group of activists interested in human rights, the center's activities focus on offering support for Palestinian prisoners, advocating the rights of political prisoners, and working to end torture through monitori ...

(Palestine Jewish) Farmers' Association (alias for this person)

American Protective Association

American Protective Association ...   ...

American Public Health Association

American Public Health Association represents thirty thousand doctors, nurses and nursing aides. ... At its annual convention in late 2013, a resolution declaring that Israel is harming the health of Palestinians failed to pass only due to months of lobbying efforts by Jewish organization ...

Anglo-Arab Association

The Anglo-Arab Association was founded in 1946 by the Committee Arab Affairs with the aim of providing a forum for supporters of the Arab cause by bringing all pro-Arab groups in Britain under one umbrella.   At one stage, its secretary was Michael Ionides   Its papers are ...

Arab Ladies Association

Arab Ladies Association ... formed in Jerusalem in 1919  ...

Bruin Alumni Association

The Bruin Alumni Association is/was a right-wing association of UCLA graduates. In effect, it is a single person: Andrew Jones, a 2003 UCLA grad who headed the campus Bruin Republicans. He made news for running an affirmative action bake sale, in which he charged white male students more for cookies than minoritie ...

Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association

Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association ...   ...

Communist Educational Association

Communist Educational Association ... later became the Hebrew Communist Party, with a pro-Zionist orientation   ...

European Choral Association

European Choral Association ...   The Israeli Choir Organisation - Hallel is a member.   ...

Finnish-Jewish War Veterans' Association

Finnish-Jewish War Veterans Association ...   ...

German Palestine Association

German Palestine Association ... publishes the Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins.   At least one source (here) thinks that this organization is now known as the ...

Golan Academic Association

The Golan Academic Association was established in 1981. It was concerned exclusively with protesting the occupation and creating communal solidarity and resistance. This meant that the resistance, which had been managed by traditional and religious leaders until the late 1970s, now had an institutional dimension by the early 1980s. In 1982, during the strike, the Women’s Committee was formed ...

Hebrew Medical Association

Hebrew Medical Association ... On January 12th 1912, six Jewish physicians and one pharmacist assembled in Tel-Aviv to proclaim the founding of the Jaffa Hebrew Medical Society. One year later the Jewish doctors of Jerusalem established the ...

Ibn Khaldun Association

The Ibn Khaldun Association for Research and Development is called after this person.   ...

Intercollegiate Menorah Association

The Intercollegiate Menorah Association (IMA) grew out of the Harvard Menorah Society, a Jewish campus group formed in 1906 by Henry Hurwitz, at the time an undergraduate at the university. Influenced by the "new humanism" then being propounded in Cambridge by such figures as William James and George Santayana, the soc ...

Iqrit Community Association

Iqrit Community Association ... people expelled from Iqrit   ...

Israel Cricket Association

Israel Cricket Association ... founded in 1968 ... accepted as an Associate Member of the International Cricket Conference a few years later   ...

Israeli Boxing Association

The Israel Boxing Association is (2009) the only Israeli sport association whose office is located in an Arab town (Kafr Yassif), that usually organizes its major competitions in Arab towns, and which has an Arab as a chair and general ...

Jerusalem Jews Association

Jerusalem Jews Association ... its presdent in May 1921 was David Yellin   ...

Jewish Colonisation Association (alias for this person)

Jewish Frontier Association

The Jewish Frontier Association ... active already by 1934 ... still active in 1953   ...

Medical Committee for Boycott of the Israeli Medical Association

Medical Committee for Boycott of the Israeli Medical Association ... activists against the Israeli Medical Association  ...

Moslem-Christian Association

Moslem-Christian Association ... formed in 1918, with headquarters in Jaffa, to fight the policy of the Zionist Commission for Palestine   ...

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association ... Chadwick Allen is (2013) president of the association.   ...

Never Again Association

Never Again Association ...   ...

Orthodox Jews Association

Orthodox Jews Association ... seems to have been based in Jerusalem ... in 1921 Jacob Israel De Haan was legal advisor to the association ... it had 7,000 members and these complained to the High Commissioner, Herbert Samuel, that they were ...

Palestine Manufacturers' Association

Palestine Manufacturers' Association ...   ...

Palestinian Scout Association

Palestinian Scout Association ...   ...

Shanghai Zionist Association

The Shanghai Zionist Association was founded on 26 April 1903 and was represented at the Sixth Zionist Congress, held at Basel. ... Elly Kadoorie was its president in 1915-1928   ...

Suez Canal Users' Association

The Suez Canal Users' Association was set up on 21 September 1956, at the end of the second London Conference on the Suez crisis, but it was formally inaugurated in London on 1 October 1956. Establishment of the association was promoted by Britain, France and the US.   The members of the Association were th ...

The Freedom Association

The Freedom Association ... right-wing pressure group ... formerly known as the National Association for Freedom   ...

United States Brewers Association

United States Brewers Association ...   ...

University of Western Sydney's Student Association

University of Western Sydney's Student Association ...   ...

Uyghur American Association

Uyghur American Association ... its former president is Nury Turkel. Rebiya Kadeer has been the president since May 29, 2006.   ...

Young Men's Muslim Association

Young Men's Muslim Association ... Arab American group in the 1920s ... led by Abd M. Kateeb   ...

Zevulun association

Zevulun association ... Zionist nautical association formed in Palestine in 1930. It made the first voyage to Cyprus and many of its trainees distinguished themselves.   ...

Association_for_Humanist_Sociology

Association for Humanist Sociology ...   ...

Association_for_One_Democratic_State_in_Palestine/Israel

The Association for One Democratic State in Palestine/Israel was founded on 15th April 2003.   ...

Association_for_Support_and_Protection_of_Bedouin_Rights

Association for Support and Protection of Bedouin Rights ...   ...

Association_for_the_Study_of_the_Middle_East_and_Africa_(ASMEA)

Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) is a group of academics, journalists... brought together to provide policy advice to the US gov't. The group was instigated by Bernard Lewis and Fouad Ajami. It is a collection of neocons and zionist "scholars".   A wikipedia profile&n ...

Association_of_Arab-American_University_Graduates_(AAUG)

Association of Arab-American University Graduates (AAUG) was created by a small group of Arab-American academics after the defeat of the Arab regimes in the1967 war. They felt the need to create a forum to study the causes of the defeat within the context of the Arab world and the impact of it on Arabs in America. Unlike any other Arab-American organization, the primary mission of AAUG became one ...

Association_of_Forty

Association of Forty ...   ...

Association_of_Hebrew_Catholics

Association of Hebrew Catholics is a voluntary association of Catholics of both Jewish and non-Jewish origins. It was launched in 1979 by Elias Friedman, a Hebrew Catholic friar based at Stella Maris Monastery on Mt. Carmel in Haifa, and ...

Association_of_Immigrants_from_Germany_and__Austria (alias for this person)

Association_of_Jewish_Ex-Servicemen_(AJEX)

Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen (AJEX) ...   ...

Association_of_Olim_from_Central_Europe_(IOME)

IOME, the Association of Olim from Central Europe, from  Irgun Olej Merkas Europa  in Hebrew, was founded in 1932 as the Hitachdut Olej Germania (HOG). Its aim was to facilitate Jewish migration from Germany to Palestine. In 1938 HOG became HOGOA (Hitachduth Olej Germania ve Olej Austria). In 1 ...

Association_of_Reform_Zionists_of_America_(ARZA)

Association of Reform Zionists of America (ARZA) ...   ...

Association_of_University_Teachers_(AUT)

The Association of University Teachers (AUT) was the trade union and professional association that represents academic (teaching and research) and academic-related (librarians, IT professionals and senior administrators) staff at pre-1992 universities in the United Kingdom. The final general secretary of AUT was ...

Association_pour_une_Solidarite_Syndicale_Etudiante_(ASSE)

Association pour une Solidarite Syndicale Etudiante (ASSE) ...   ...

Associazione_Benefica_di_Solidarieta_col_Popolo_Palestinese_(ABSPP)

Associazione Benefica di Solidarieta col Popolo Palestinese (ABSPP) is an Italian charity which describes itself as follows:   Noi siamo persone come voi con i loro sogni e i loro desideri che si sono riunite per realizzare la loro aspirazione più grande: AIUTARE LA GENTE BISOGNOSA. Quindi ci siamo uniti e abbiamo ...

Pierre Assouline

Pierre Assouline ...   ...

Sagiv Assulin

Sagiv Assulin ...    Ofri Ilani reports:   Assulin says he regards Feiglin as someone who could bring Likud back to what it used to be during Menachem Begin's leadership. "I certainly support Feiglin and his positions, and I think he has a very important place within Likud," Assulin says. "I find it extremely important to revive our national pride and I support the ...

James Astill

James Astill ...   ...

Astir

Astir ... illegal migrant ship run by Betar  ...

David Astor

David Astor (1912-2001) was editor of The Observer for 27 years. He had taken over The Observer in 1948, when he was only 29, after only a year's training on the Yorkshire Post. But he had been brought up in Cliveden and London against a background of Cabinet Ministers, diplo ...

Hugh Astor

Hugh Astor ...   ...

Michael C. Astour

Michael Czernichow Astour (1916-2004) had a long career as Professor of Yiddish and Russian Literature at Brandeis University and as Professor of History (Classical cultures and Ancient Near East) at Southern Illinois University (Edwardsville).   He was born in Kharkov on December 17, 1916, the only child of Joseph Czernichow (a lawyer) and Rachel Hoffmann (a historian). The family ...

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ...   ...

Israeli Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Israeli Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics ...   ...

Aswat

Aswat ...   ...

Rushdi at-Tamimi

Dr. Rushdi at-Tamimi (Haifa) was the Vice President of The Arab Medical Society of Palestine, elected on 4 August 1944.   ...

Abe W. Ata

Dr Abe W. Ata is a senior fellow at the University of Melbourne. He also holds an honorary research fellowship at the School of Political and Social inquiry at Monash University.   Dr. Ata was a temporary delegate to the UN in 1970 and has lived and worked in the Middle East, America and Australia. Dr Ata is a Senior Fellow Institute for the Advancement of Research, and lectures in Psych ...

Abu Ata

Abu Ata ... was (1948) deputy of Ibrahim Abu Dayyeh in al-Qatamoun   ...

Ibrahim Wade Ata (alias for this person)

Zaher Ataf

Zaher Ataf ...   ...

Amjad Atallah

Amjad Atallah is founder and President of Strategic Assessments Initiative and is co-director of the Middle East task force at the New America Foundation   Mr. Atallah received a B.A. and M.A. from the Universit ...

Casis Said Atallah

Casis Said Atallah, aged 47, a Chilean-Palestinian businessman, was one of those who died when a British South American Airways airliner mysteriously disappeared on 2 August 1947. He was returning to his wife, Lola, and children in Santiago, Chile, after travelling to Palestine to visit his dying mother.   See ...

Lina Atallah

Lina Attallah is (2011) the managing editor of the Egyptian independent daily Al-Masry al-Youm's English edition  Her WAN IFRA profile    Lina Atallah  is the Managing editor, Al Masry Al Youm English, Egypt. Lina studied journalism at the American Univ ...

Marwan Atamana

Marwan Atamana writes for Ma'ariv.   ...

Hamidah Atan

Hamidah Atan ...   ...

Don Atapattu

Don Atapattu lives (2001) in Manchester, England.   ...

Merav Atari

Merav Atari is (2014) deputy director of human resources for the ORT network of schools.   ...

Mohammed Atari

Mohammed Atari (c. 1978-) ... "with a degree in archaeology, he took up guiding after realising there would be few opportunities in his chosen field".   ...

Zeidan Atashi

Zeidan Atashi, a Druze citizen of Israel (from Isfiyya, a Druze village on Mount Carmel), is (2001) an Associate of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. He has been a senior reporter and commentator on Arab affairs for Israel Television, Consul and Head of Information Affairs at the Israel Consulate General in New York (1972), a member of the Israeli delegation to the UN (1975-76, 1989, 1993 ...

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk ...   ...

Aymad Atawna

Aymad Atawna ... in January 2005, he received a five and a half month sentence from Israeli military judges after he admitted lying to his commanding officers and to military police, in order to protect Idier Wahid Taysir al-Heib, the soldier who killed ...

Naim Ateek

Canon Naim Ateek is a Palestinian Anglican cleric whose family was one of thousands forced from their homes and lands when Israel was established in 1948. "We were given two hours to get out of our home village south of the Sea of Galilee or be killed," he says.   Ateek is Director of the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center and lecturer at Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem ...

Ateret_Kohanim_(or_Ateret_Cohanim)

Ateret Cohanim (Hebrew for "the priestly crown") is a group of Jews dedicated to establishing and consolidating a Jewish presence in the Old City -- a political aim spearheaded by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and dating back to 1967 and the Israeli occupation of the Old City, along with the res ...

Adnan Ateyah

Adnan Ateyah is (2005) head of the Joint Advocacy Initiative at the Beit Sahour branch of the YMCA   ...

ATFP_(American_Task_Force_on_Palestine)

The American Task Force on Palestine the following six principles towards a fair & lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict:     Two sovereign states--Israel and Palestine--living side by side in peace and security based on the borders of June 4, 1967 with mutually agreed upon territorial adjustments.   An end to the Israeli occupation and the evacuation ...

Athamna_(Otamana/Atamna/Athamneh)_family

Twenty members of the Athamna family, at least 14 of them women and children, were killed in one attack while they slept in the home in Beit Hanoun on the night of 7-8 November 2006. Survivors include Saad al-Athamna, Ahmad al-Athamna and ...

Athens_News_staff

Athens News staff ...   ...

Athlit_Salt_Company

Athlit Salt Company ... An agreement of a concessionary nature empowered the Athlit Salt Company, a Jewish company in Palestine, to produce salt by evaporation from the sea at Athlit ...   ...

Michael Atia

Michael Atia is (2010) chairman of the prison service committee at the Israel Bar Association.   ...

Yossi Atia

Yossi Atia ...   ...

Baker Atili

Addameer reports ...

Bryan Atinsky

Bryan Atinsky is an editor of News From Within/Alternative Information Center   ...

Edward Atiyah

Edward Atiyah ... formerly secretary of the Arab League office in London   Atiyah (1903-64) was born in Lebanon. He came to England to study at Oxford University, and there met and married a Scottish woman, Jean. They had four children, including the renowned mathematician, Sir Michael Francis Atiyah and Patrick Atiyah, an academic and professor of law. He served as secretary of t ...

James Atkins

James Atkins is a former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia.   ...

Vera Atkins

Vera Atkins (1908-2000) ...   Rudolf Vrba was her cousin.   ...

David Atkinson

David Atkinson is (1999) the Conservative Member of Parliament for Bournemouth East. He was first elected to Parliament in 1977. He is currently the leader of the British Conservative Delegation on the Council of Europe and Chairman of its European Group. He is the Council of Europe’s Rapporteur on the Palestinian refugee issue.   ...

Tacy Atkinson

Tacy Atkinson (1870–1937) was an American from Salem, Nebraska. She lived with her family in the Ottoman Empire for fifteen years (1902–17) and witnessed the destruction of Armenians in 1915. Her diaries now constitute an invaluable resource for historians of this period.   ...

staff of The Atlantic

staff of The Atlantic ...   ...

Atlantic_Bridge

 Atlantic Bridge  was set up as the name suggests to bridge across the Atlantic; as an Atlanticist think tank. To foster and maintain that “special relationship” between the US and UK. Founded by Liam Fox in 1997 Atlantic Bridge was ostensibly a charity but failed to meet the basic guidelines for a charity and was booted off in September 2011 by the Charity commission. It was sup ...

Yehuda Atlas

Yehuda Atlas ...   ...

Ahmed Abu Atoun

Ahmed Abu Atoun is an Hamas parliamentarian, resident of Jerusalem, and in 2006 he was ordered out of Jerusalem.   ...

Scott Atran

Scott Atran is a research scientist at the National Center for Scientific Research in Paris, a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan.   ...

Manal Atrash

Manal Atrash ...   ...

Nada Atrash

Ammar Owaineh and George Hale report (17 June 2013) ...

Shenoute of Atripe

Shenoute of Atripe ... died circa 465  ...

ATSC

ATSC ... company which manufacturerd the ADE-651 bomb "detector"   ...

Sa'ed Atshan

Sa'ed Atshan is a PhD Candidate at Harvard University.   ...

ATTAC

 ATTAC ...   ...

Mohamed Attal

Mohamed Attal is a Palestinian, Hamas-affiliated, legislator; he is from Addaheriya, Souther Al-Khalil. He has been repeatedly incarcerated by the Palestinian Authority and Israel. On one occasion he was directly transferred from the PA into Israeli detention. On 24 January 2011 he was subjected to a so-called six-month administrative detention (no charges, no appeal, arbitrary sentence). &nb ...

Abu Ibrahim Attalah

Philip Weiss reports ...

Jacques Attali

 Jacques Attali (1943-) was born in Algiers to a Jewish family which migrated to France in 1957. After graduating from the Ecole Polytechnique, he continued his studies and graduated from L'Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne and Ecole Nationale d'Administration. He has a doctorate in economics and has also received honorary d ...

Marc Attali

Marc Attali ... Israeli consul-general in Montreal.   ...

Elias Attallah

Elias Attallah ... of the Democratic Left party in Lebanon   ...

Dani Attar

Dani Attar is (2007) head of the Gilboa Regional Council   ...

Mona Omar Attiah

Mona Omar Attiah is the former Egyptian ambassador to Denmark.   ...

Eden Attias

Brig.-Gen. Eden Attias ... In 2012, Brig. Gen. Eden Attias, one of those named as part of the Mavi Marmara 200 potential war criminals (he commanded the Nevatim air base used during the helicopter assault on the ship), was named as Israeli military attache in Canada   ...

Jean-Christophe Attias

Jean-Christophe Attias teaches rabbinic studies at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), Sorbonne.   ...

Eden Attias_(2)

Priv. Eden Attias (1994-2013) ...   ...

Caroline Attie

Caroline Attie was born in Beirut. She received her Ph.D. in History from the University of Texas at Austin, working under Professor William Roger Louis, and now teaches at Effat College in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.   ...

Naila Attiya

Naila Attiya ...   ...

Edward Attiyah

Edward Attiyah (died in 1964). He was a Lebanese writer and longstanding pro-Palestinian campaigner.   This is what Fred Halliday had to say about him:    As it continued, however, the atmosphere became more disputatious. Edward Attiyah's speech was interrupted by the shouts, way beyond normal heckling, of a group of young supporters of Israel who rose to their feet in uniso ...

Clement Attlee

Clement Richard Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee, KG, OM, CH, FRS, PC (3 January 1883 – 8 October 1967) was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from 1945 to 1951. The Labour Party under Attlee won a landslide election victory over Winston Churchill immediately after Churchill had led Britain through World War II. He was the first Labour Prime Minister to serve a ful ...

Florence Davey Attlee

  Benjamin Doherty reports (26 August 2013) ...

Harold Attridge

Harold Attridge ... Yale University Divinity School Dean   ...

Ahmed Atun

Ahmed Atun is a Palestinian MP resident of Jerusalem who in April 2006 had his residency rights revoked.   ...

Abdul Bari Atwan

Abdul Bari Atwan (b. 1950, Gaza) has been the editor of Al-Quds Al-Arabi since the late 1980s. In a Guardian article in November 2004, he wrote of himself:   I was born 54 years ago in a refugee camp in Gaza. My parents were i ...

Margaret Atwood

Margaret Eleanor Atwood (born 18 Nov. 1939) is a Canadian author, poet, critic, essayist, feminist and social campaigner. She is also known for her pro-Israel proclivities.   ...

Paul Atwood

Paul Atwood ...   ...

Samuel Atyeo

Samuel Laurence Atyeo (1910 - 1990) artist, designer and diplomat, was born on 6 January 1910 at Brunswick, Melbourne, son of Victorian-born parents Alfred Vincent Atyeo, chauffeur, and his wife Olivia Beatrice Victoria, née Cohen. In childhood Sam suffered from bronchial illness and during prolonged periods of convalescence occupied himself with drawing. He studied architecture at the Working ...

Atzmaut

Atzmaut ... a breakaway faction from the Israeli Labor Party. It was created by Ehud Barak who Barak announced on 17 January 2011 that he was stepping down as Labor Party chairman to set up a new party, following months of turmoil within the weakened faction. That night, the Israeli prime minister, ...

Ariella Atzmon

Dr. Ariella Atzmon ... a former lecturer in philosophy and education at the Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem ... the mother of Gilad Atzmon.   ...

Gilad Atzmon

Gilad Atzmon (1963-) is a former-Israeli, a jazz saxophonist whose experiences in the Israeli army made him develop anti-Zionist opinions, and who now lives in London – where he moved in 1994, to attend postgraduate studies in Philosophy.  In 2002, he became a British citizen which, he told Jeffrey St. Clair, is "not something to be proud of in the age of Blair."     ...

Menachem (Menta) Atzmon

Menachem Atzmon ... former treasurer of the Likud party, better known for his role in the party's book-cooking scandal115588  ... worked with ...

Ronen Atzmon

Ronen Atzmon is (2006) an Israeli judge.   ...

Tali Atzmon

Tali Atzmon is a photographer and singer. She is the wife of Gilad Atzmon , the great jazz saxophonist.  ...

W. de St. Aubin

W. de St. Aubin ... was a delegate of the League of Red Cross Societies to the Middle East ... in 1949 was Director of Field Operations for the UN Disaster Relief Project  ...

Da ud ibn Auda (alias for this person)

Ida Audeh

Ida Audeh is a technical writer in Boulder, Colorado and a member of Colorado Campaign for Middle East Peace.  ...

Jacques Audibert

Andrew Cockburn reports (15 November 2013) ...

Gabriel Audisio

Gabriel Audisio (1900-1978) was born in Marseilles and died in Moulineaux. He arrived in Algiers from Marseilles in 1921 after an earlier period in Algiers as a child. He worked first at the prefecture in Constantine, then in the gouvernment-general in Algiers. It was in Algiers alongside his father (who was born in Italy of a Piedmontese father and a Savoyarde mother) ) who was twice director of ...

Benjamin Auerbach (alias for this person)

Daniel Wolf Auerbach

Daniel Wolf Auerbach, born in Russia in 1890, ... by the age of 15 was involved in revolutionary activities ... one of the founders of the Palestine Communist Party ... was so brutally beaten in the Stalin purge that he went mad  Zvi Auerbach was his elder brother   ...

Samuel M. Auerbach

Samuel M. Auerbach was an Ashkenazi Jew who came to the US from Istanbul in 1907. One author thinks he was born in Istanbul but this may have been a result of over-interpreting the fact that he arrived in the US from Istanbul.  ...

Shlomo Zalman Auerbach

Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Auerbach (1910-1995) ...   ...

Shmuel Auerbach

Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach (1931-), born in Jerusalem, ... He and his followers have declared what some call a "revolt" against Rabbi Aharon Leib Shteinman, the person who is (2013) recognized by many as the leader of the non-Hasidic, so-called Lithuanian stream of ultra-Orthodox Judaism. ...   ...

Ted Auerbach

Ted Auerbach ...   ...

Zvi Auerbach

Zvi Auerbach (1888-1938), born in Berezin, Minsk ... Poale Zion leader ... before World War I, worked with Ben-Zvi and Ben- Gurion editing a weekly in Jerusalem and, when deported with them to America, worked with them on the first comprehensive work (in Yiddish) on Palestine. ... later moved to the left ... led the Communist faction of the Labour Zionist movement in post-revolutionary Ukraine a ...

Raoul Auernheimer

Raoul Auernheimer (1876-1948), a cousin of Herzl and well-known member of the Jung Wien literary circle ... ...   ...

Hauptverwaltung Aufklärung

The Hauptverwaltung Aufklärung (HVA) was an East German intelligence agency   ...

Jakob Augstein

Jakob Augstein is the publisher of the German weekly newspaper Der Freitag and a columnist for Spiegel Online.   Rudolf Augstein was his father.  ...

Rudolf Augstein

Rudolf Augstein (1923-2002) was one of the most influential German journalists, founder and part-owner of Der Spiegel magazine.   Jakob Augstein is his son   ...

Hubert Auhagen

Hubert Auhagen ... agronomist ... Having served on the Prussian Colonization Commission, Auhaugen was well aware of the commission's enormous budget and constant deficit. ... Auhaugen decried the inefficient, exten sive agriculture (Raubbau) practiced on newly occupied lands. More important, he rejected [Arthur] Ruppin's basic assumption ... In 1913, Auhagen established the ...

Otto Auhagen

Otto Auhagen (1869-1945) ...   ...

Robert J. Aumann

Robert John (Yisrael) Aumann, ...   ...

Isaac Aurbach

Isaac Aurbach (1865/6-1932) was president of the Federation of Orthodox Jewish Communities in Germany  ...

Yair Auron

Yair Auron (1945-) is a senior lecturer at The Open University of Israel and the Kibbutzim College of Education. He is the author, in Hebrew, of  Jewish-Israeli Identity ,  Sensitivity to World Suffering: Genocide in the Twentieth Century ,  We Are All German Jews , and  Jewish Radicals in France During the Sixties and Seventies .   ...

Rose Ausländer

Rose Ausländer ...   ...

Michael Auslin

Michael Auslin is a neocon... ...

Paul Aussaresses

Paul Aussaresses ...   ...

Daniel Auster

Daniel Auster (1893-1963) ... was (1943) the deputy mayor of Jerusalem   ...

Paul Auster

Paul Benjamin Auster (b. 3 Feb 1947) is an American author known for works blending absurdism, existentialism, crime fiction... In 2012, Auster stated that he refused to visit Turkey because of the repression there. This didn't impede Auster, who is Jewish, from visiting Israel many times.   ...

Jack Austin

Jack Austin ...   ...

John Austin

John Austin (1944-) is a former Labour MP. He retired in 2010.   ...

Mark Austin

Mark Austin ... ITV   ...

Warren Austin

Warren Robinson Austin (1877 - 1962) ... a Republican Senator from Vermont; born in Highgate Center, Franklin County, Vt., November 12, 1877; attended the public schools; graduated from Brigham Academy, Bakersfield, Vt., in 1895 and from the University of Vermont, at Burlington, in 1899; studied law; admitted to the bar in 1902 and commenced practice at St. Albans, Vt.; served as State’s attorn ...

Australian_Aborigines_League

Australian Aborigines League ...   ...

Australian_Associated_Press_(AAP)

AAP describes (2003) itself as "is Australia's national news agency. It was formed more than 65 years ago as a co-operative delivering overseas news to the national media from bureaux located in London and New York. Today AAP is Australia's largest independent originator and aggregator of news and information, se ...

Australian_Jewish_Democratic_Society

The Australian Jewish Democratic Society was formed in 1984 to promote free discussion on Jewish and general social and political issues. It grew out of a concern at the continuing Israeli-Arab conflict.   The Australian Jewish Democratic Society supports a 2-state solution in Palestine. It appears to be ...

Australia_Israel_Jewish_Affairs_Council_(AIJAC)

AIJAC (Australia Israel Jewish Affairs Council) is an Australian zionist lobbying organization affiliated to the AJC.   ...

Australia_Israel_Leadership_Forum

Australia Israel Leadership Forum ... founded by Albert Dadon, a Zionist Melbourne millionaire ... Julia Gillard, whose partner, Tim Mathieson, was an employee of Dadon's, attended the forum's inaugural meeting in Israel in June 2009, six months after the Israeli army invaded the Gaza Strip, killing more than 1000 Palestinians; she was the acting prime minister of Australian when the invasio ...

Karl I, emperor of Austria-Hungary

Karl Franz Joseph Ludwig Hubert Georg Otto Marie von Habsburg-Lothringen, emperor Karl I of Austria-Hungary ...   ...

Guy Izhak Austrian

Guy Izhak Austrian is an Israeli-American Jewish activist in the New York-based organization Jews Against the Occupation, a Jewish group that works in support of self-determination for Palestinian people, recognizes the right of return for Palestinian refugees, and calls for an end to U.S. aid to Israel.   ...

Open_University_branch_of_the AUT

The Open University branch of the Association of University Teachers (AUT), a union which represents academics in British universities.    ...

Australian Communications and Media Authority

Australian Communications and Media Authority ...   ...

Coordination and Liaison Authority

Coordination and Liaison Authority ... Israeli Army controllers at Erez Crossing   ...

Israel Tax Authority

Israel Tax Authority ...   ...

Israeli National Immigration Authority

Israeli National Immigration Authority ... Yaakov Ganot is its head   ...

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority ...   ...

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Metropolitan Transportation Authority ... New York   ...

Oz enforcement unit of the Israeli National Immigration Authority

Oz enforcement unit of the Israeli National Immigration Authority ...   ...

Cal Auto

Cal Auto is a privately owned Israeli car-rental company that receives intelligence from state security branches which it uses to keep entire families of Palestinian citizens of Israel from renting its cars  ...

AUT_Executive

AUT Executive ... executive of the AUT.   ...

Ibrahim Auwalu

Ibrahim Auwalu is (2006) a Nigerian consul in New York.   ...

Nachum Av

Nachum Av ... a Haganah commander in Tiberias in 1948   ...

Avangard

Avangard, founded in 1970, was one of the groups formed when Matzpen started going through a process of ideological and organisational fragmentation. It had a Trotskyist orientation and was led by Menahem Carmi and ...

Richard Avedon

Richard Avedon (1923-2004) ...   ...

Toni Avegael

Toni Avegael (1926-1942), born in Antwerp, was murdered in Auschwitz. Tony Judt, who was named after her, was the son of her first cousin.  ...

Roger Avenstrup

Roger Avenstrup is an international education consultant who has worked in various countries in conflict and post-conflict situations.   ...

R. Annick Avera

R. Annick Avera was (1990) an international studies/economics major at the American University in Washington, DC.   ...

Wolf Averbuch

Wolf Averbuch ... probably the same person as Daniel Wolf Auerbach   ...

Averroes

Averroes ...   ...

Brian Avery

Brian Avery ... ISM volunteer shot by Israeli army in 2003   ...

Mordechai Avi-Shaul

Mordechai Avi-Shaul (1898-1988) ... came to Palestine in 1921 ... founding member, in 1935, of what, by the 1970s was the Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights   ...

Dan Avi-Yitzhak

Esti Ahronovitz reports ...

Aharon Aviad

Aharon Aviad ...   ...

Janet Aviad (alias for this person)

Janet O'Dea Aviad (alias for this person)

Shimon Avidan

Shimon Avidan (1911-1994), of Kibbutz Ein Hashofet, commanded the "German Platoon" of the Palmach -- it was later commanded by Yehuda Ben Chorin of ...

E Avidar

Colonel (ret.) E Avidar ... was in Israeli army in Lydda in 1948   ...

Shimon Avidar (alias for this person)

Yosef Avidar

Yosef Avidar (1906-1995), born Yosef Rochel, was one of the founders of the Haganah organization and one of its senior commanders. ... in the late 1930s, he headed the Notrim who guarded the railway ... He founded the secret ...

Yany (Yani) Avidov

Yany Avidov ... was an agent for Mossad Le'Aliyah Beth   ...

Mordechai Avigdor

Mordechai Avigdor is a lawyer in Flatbush, NY. He is former official of Agudath Israel of America, and an ardent zionist activist. In 2006 he is volunteering to help Yassky and Towns (two zionist anointed candidates) run in local races -- Israel being the defining factor for Avigdor in that council electoral race.   ...

Shaul Avigur

Shaul Avigur, originally Shaul Meirov, was a founder of the Zionist Labor Movement in the Palestine and of the Zionist security establishment. He was one of Ben-Gurion's closest advisors. Late in 1938, the Organization for illegal immigration, the Mossad Le'Aliyah Beth, was set up by the Haganah, under his leaders ...

                                                                                                                               
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Juan de Ávila

Juan de Ávila ...   ...


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Shlomo Aviner

Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, a native of Strasbourg on the French-German border, is a leader of Gush Emunim. He is the Dean of the Ateret Kohanim Yeshiva, the Rabbi of Bet-El Aleph, and a prominent figure in the National Religious movement. He is an alumni of Mercaz HaRav yeshiva.   ...

Shlomo Avineri

Shlomo Avineri (b: born 1933, Bielsko (Silesia), Poland) is (2001) director of the Institute for European Studies at the Hebrew University.  Norman Finkelstein comments (July 1988) ...

Shaul Avinor

Shaul Avinor ...   ...

Itzhak Avira

Yitzhak Avira ... an old-time Haganah Intelligence Service officer and member of Kibbutz Ashdot Ya'akov, in the Jordan Valley   ...

Avi Aviram

Avi Aviram is an Israeli lawyer.   ...

Bernard Avishai

Bernard Avishai (1949-), born Shaicovitch, first arrived in Israel from Canada as an enthusiastic young visitor after the 1967 war. Later he "made Aliyah," i.e., decided to emigrate, and even joined a kibbutz. There he and his wife discovered the people were strangers to them, "fine people ...

Shaul Avishai

Shaul Avishai ...   ...

Adar Avissar

Adar Avissar is a communications adviser to politicians, primarily Tzachi Hanegbi, the disgraced politician. Avissar is a former "rock star",   ...

Colette Avital

Colette Avital is (2005) a member of the Knesset.   ...

Collette Avital

Collette Avital is (2002) an MP in Israel’s Knesset, a member of Labor Party, the Head of the Ethics Committee, and a member of the Defense and Foreign Affairs Committee.  ...

Doron Avital

Doron Avital is a former commander of the elite IDF special operations force Sayeret Matkal, was a Kadima Party candidate for Knesset.  ...

Gabi Avital

Dr. Gabi Avital ...   ...

Gavriel Avital

Gavriel Avital was, until he was fired in Autumn 2010, the chief scientist in Israel's ministry of education.  Leo Hickman reports ...

Shai Avital

Shai Avital ...   ...

Adi Avitan

Adi Avitan ... 22 years old, single when captured   ...

Chaim Avitan

Chaim Avitan (1953-) ...   David Sheen reports ...

Michael Avitan

Michael Avitan ...   ...

Moshe Avitan

Moshe Avitan ... brother-in-law of Yaakov Teitel  ...

Yaacov Avitan

Yaacov Avitan ...   ...

Michael Avitzur

Lt. Col. Michael Avitzur was an officer in the Haganah and involved in the destruction of several Palestinian villages.   ...

Shmuel Avitzur

Shmuel Avitzur (1908-1997) was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, of Lithuanian parents. In the 1920s he was exiled to Siberia for Zionist activity, and arrived in Palestine in 1931. He studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and, in 1952, founded the Avshalom Institute for Land of Israel Studies. He was awarded the Israel Prize in 1977.   ...

juval aviv

juval aviv ...   ...

Raheli Aviv

IOF Capt. Raheli Aviv is an Israeli Military prosecutor.   ...

Yuval Aviv

Yuval Aviv ...   ...

Gidi Avivi

Gidi Avivi ... ...

Yuval Avivi

Yuval Avivi, a journalist and literary critic, is a columnist for the magazine "Firma" (of the Israeli economic daily "'Globes" group) and writes for "TimeOut Tel Aviv" magazine. He was previously deputy chief editor of the Israeli daily "Israel HaYom" weekend supplement.   ...

Avi_Chai_Foundation

Avi Chai Foundation is a zionist foundation funding many projects primarily in the United States.  Rebecca Pierce reports (21 August 2013) ...

John Avlon

Justin Raimondo comments ...

Oren Avman

Col. Oren Avman is (2005) the brigade commander for the Menashe region in the West Bank.   ...

Yehuda Avner

Yehuda Avner ... born in Manchester around 1929 (aged 81 in 2010) ... ... migrated to Palestine in 1947 ... former Israel ambassador to United Kingdom and to Australia ... unofficial liaison between the Chassidic, Lubavitcher Rebbe and the Israeli government ... Avner served on the personal staff of five prime ministers, including Menachem Begin.   ...

Zvi Avner

Zvi Avner is (2014) the head of the Israeli settler agriculture committee in the Jordan Valley   ...

Eyal Avneri

Eyal Avneri (1974-) was born in Israel. During his army service he worked as a military photographer for the Air Force. From 1997 until 1999 he studied art and design in I.S.I.A. in Rome. He is a graduate of Betzalel Art Academy in Jerusalem, where he studied from 1999 until 2003.   ...

Abraham Avnery

Abraham Avnery (c. 1930-1985) ...   ...

Rachel Avnery

Rachel Avnery (1932-2011), born in Berlin ... moved to Palestine with her parents in 1933 ... married Uri Avnery   ...

Uri Avnery

Uri Avnery (b. Sept. 1923) is a journalist, peace activist, former member of the Knesset, and leader of Gush Shalom. While this places him on the left politically, he is still a Zionist. Read ...

Ben Avni

Ben Avni is a staff writer for the New York Sun.   ...

Gideon Avni

Gideon Avni is (2007) director of excavations and surveys at the Israel Antiquities Authority.   ...

Haim Avni

Haim Avni was born in Vienna in 1930 and emigrated in 1933 to Palestine, where he was educated. He is the head of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Previously, he served as director of the Institute’s Division for Latin American and Spanish and Portugues ...

Ronit Avni

Ronit Avni, an Israeli, U.S. and Canadian citizen, is the director of the film "Encounter Point" and the executive director of Just Vision, an organization that documents Palestinian and Israeli conflict-resolution peace initiatives.  ...

Zeev Avni

Zeev Avni (b. 1921, d. 2007; né Wolf Goldstein) was a Mossad double agent.   From his Haaretz obituary:  Avni was born Wolf Goldstein in 1921, in Riga, Latvia, to social activist parents who migrated to Germany and later to Switzerland. In 1942, after serving in the Swiss army, he was recruited to Sovie ...

Yossi Avni-Levy

Yossi Avni-Levy (1962-), author of "The Garden of Dead Trees," "Four Sons" and "Auntie Farhuma Wasn't a Whore After All" (all in Hebrew), is (2013) the Israeli ambassador to Serbia   ...

Binyamin Avniel

Binyamin Avniel (1906-1993) ... born in Jerusalem ... studied in “Heder”, the “Teachers Seminar” in Jerusalem, and education and Social Sciences at the University of Brussels. Earned his PhD in the Social Sciences and Economics ... economist and a member of the Israeli Manufacturers' Association ... member of Knesset for the right-wing Herut party from 1951 to 1969 ... His publications include: ...

Michael Avnimelech

Michael Avnimelech is a consultant and initiator of business development.   ...

Dan Avnon

Dan Avnon ...   ...

Avocats_Sans_Frontières_(Lawyers_Without_Borders)

Avocats Sans Frontières (Lawyers Without Borders) ... originates in France and Belgium and now operates in eleven countries under its international name Advocats sans Frontiers World.   What is the relationship with ...

Avner Avraham

Avner Avraham ... ...

Benyamin (Benny) Avraham

Benyamin (Benny) Avraham ... 21 years old, single when captured   ...

Hadar Avraham

Hadar Avraham ...   ...

Nimrod Avraham

Nimrod Avraham writes for YNet.   ...

Ran Avraham (alias for this person)

Ruhama Avraham

Ruhama Avraham is the Deputy Housing Minister.   ...

Tamar Avraham

Tamar Avraham ... Yad Vashem ... member of the Nakba 60 coalition   ...

Yonatan Avraham

Yonatan Avraham is an Israeli military judge.   ...

Zikhron Avraham

Zikhron Avraham ... company   ...

Zvi Avraham

Zvi Avraham ...   ...

Avner Avrahami

Avner Avrahami ...   ...

Ayal Avrahami

Ayal Avrahami ... ...

Eyal Avrahami

Eyal Avrahami ... ...

Idit Avrahami

Idit Avrahami ... ...

Reli Avrahami

Reli Avrahami ...   ...

Yitzhak Avrahami

Yitzhak Avrahami ...   ...

Tal Avraham_(2)

Gideon Levy reports ...

Avner Avrami

Avner Avrami ...   ...

Isabelle Avran

Isabelle Avran, a journalist, is (2002) vice-chairman of the France-Palestine association.   ...

Ehud Avriel

Ehud Avriel ...   ...

Kevin A. Avruch

Kevin A. Avruch is a Professor of Anthropology at George Mason University ...   ...

Yonah Avrushmi

Yonah Avrushmi lobbed a grenade into a group of demonstrators in February 1983, killing Emil Grunzweig. Avrushmi was convicted and sentenced to life in prison, but this was later reduced to 27 years in prison. In 2005 Avrushmi was denied early release; he is currently slated to be released in 2010.   Previously, he had worked for four years in a metalworking shop   ...

Dekel Avshalom

Dekel Avshalom ...   ...

Abdel Hakim Awad

Abdel Hakim is a Fateh spokesman.   ...

Abed Al-Rahem Awad

Noam Sheizaf reports ...

Ahmed Awad (alias for this person)

Akram Awad

Akram Awad is (2007) a Palestinian student at Leeds Univ., an activist in the Leeds University Palestinian Solidarity Group and runs a website: www.akramawad.com. In 2007, a high-powered divorce lawyer who gives her favourite holiday d ...

Alex Awad

Rev. Alex Awad is a missionary of the General Board of Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church serving with his wife Brenda in Palestine. He is the pastor of a small international church in East Jerusalem and teaches at Bethlehem Bible College.   Resources     Alex Awad ...

Amal Awad

Amal Awad ... ...

Amjad Mahmad Awad

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Hussein Hassan 'Awad

Hussein Hassan 'Awad ... originally from al-Ghabisiyyah ... collaborated with the Zionists and, in 1951, was appointed mukhtar of al-Mazra'ah   ...

Louis Awad

Louis Awad ... Copt who was literary editor of Al Ahram  ...

Lufti Awad

Lufti Awad is a Palestinian teacher from Budrus. On 15 January 2014, Samir Awad , his son was assassinated by Israeli soldiers.  ...

Maazan Awad

Maazan Awad ... father of Hakim Mazen Awad   ...

Mira Awad

Mira Anwar Awad (1975-), a Palestinian citizen of Israel, is a singer, actress, and songwriter. She was born in al-Rama in the Galilee, to a Palestinian father (Anwar), a doctor by profession, and a Bulgarian mother (Snejanka).   ...

Monica Awad

Monica Awad ... ...

Mubarak Awad

Dr. Mubarak Awad was born in the eastern sector of Jerusalem, acquiring Jordanian nationality. In 1969, he migrated to the United States, where he married an American citizen and became an American citizen by naturalization. Israel expelled him from Jerusalem in June 1988.   Mubarak Awad is director of ...

Nihad Awad

Nihad Awad is (2006) CAIR's director in their Washington DC office.   ...

Salah Awad

Salah Awad ... uncle of Hakim Mazen Awad   ...

Sami Awad

Sami Awad ... Bethlehem ... executive director of the Holy Land Trust, dedicated to promoting non-violent action against Israel's occupation ... nephew of Mubarak Awad   ...

Walid Awad

Walid Awad ...   ...

Yousef Awad

Yousef Awad is (2010) the director of the Jenin Creative Cultural Center. Awad obtained a MA in peace and development studies in Sweden. He was very active in the International Solidarity Movement (ISM); and is one of the founders and coordinators for ISM in Jenin.   ...

Zeina Awad

Zeina Awad has covered some of the Middle East and Africa’s most important stories for People and Power on Al Jazeera English, including the rise of Islamism in Lebanon’s Palestinian refugee camps, Iraq’s forgotten refugees, and the underground world of Zimbabwean human trafficking. Prior to joining Al Jazeera English, Zeina worked for the BBC’s HARDtalk and Panorama programmes, and for the Al Ja ...

Ziad Awad

Ziad Awad (1971/2-) ...   ...

Samar Awadallah

Samar Awadallah ...   ...

Hakim_Mazen Awad_(1)

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Mahmoud Awad_(1)

  Amira Hass reports (22 March 2011) ...

Samir Awad_(1)

Samir Awad is (2001) a graduate student in political science at Columbia University. He is also an adjunct lecturer at Columbia, NYU, and Brooklyn College. A graduate of Birzeit University, he earned his M.A. in Economic Development from the University of Bradford, U.K. He has published papers on ex-prisoners in Palestine, the Peace Process after Oslo, and the Intifada.   ...

Mahmoud Awad_(2)

  Amnesty International reports (27 February 2014) ...

Mazen Awad_(2)

AIC reports ...

Samir Awad_(2)

Samir Ahmed Abd Al-Rahim Awad (c. 1996-2013) was a Palestinian student from Budrus. On 15 January 2013, when he was 16, he was assassinated by an Israeli sniper.  Allison Deger reports ...

Mohammed Awad_(3)

Mohammed Awad is a brother of Ziad Awad. He is a resident of Idnah, Hebron gov.   ...

Saidal Awaidah

Saidal Awaidah was in 1988 the Palestine Liberation Organization representative in London ...   ...

Yussuf Awantaji (alias for this person)

Dudu Awat

Dudu Awat (1977 - ) ...   Dudu Awat began his career with Nazareth, but moved to Maccabi Haifa at an early age and was put behind Nir Davidovic as the leading goalkeeping prospect in the organization. Offended by this placement, Awat moved to Maccabi Tel Aviv, but was again underplayed. He then transfered to Hapoel Haifa, under the impression that he would finally start, but he was dem ...

Ahmed Awdallah

Ahmed Awdallah ... allegedly a bombmaker for Hamas   ...

Baher Awdeh_(Odeh)

Baher Awdeh (also transliterated as Odeh) is, 2007, director of the Center for the Campaign Against Racism   ...

Shmuel Aweida

Shmuel Aweida, a pastor at Beit Eliahu, a Messianic Jewish church in Haifa, is a self-proclaimed Palestinian Arab Christian Zionist who identifies as wholly Israeli and somewhat anti-Arab. He admits that he sometimes wishes he had been born Jewish, but to his chagrin, he is an "Arab who loves Israel ... [and] God's plan of salvation. He chooses Israel ...

Tsadak Aweida

Tsadak Aweida is a settler lawyer engaged in fraudulent land deals -- defrauding Palestinian owners ...

Salem Aweiss

Salem Aweiss is (2004) assistant professor of education and psychology at Birzeit University and a visiting professor at the University of Florida.   ...

Nazih_Abu Awn

Sheikh Nazih Abu Awn is (2014) a leader of the Islamic organization in Nablus.  ...

Ahmad Awwad

Sami Shalom reports ...

Ahmed Awwad (alias for this person)

Ali Abu Awwad

Ali Abu Awwad is (2009) spokesman and Project Manager for the Parents Circle – Families Forum. He runs (2011) the ...

Anas_Saad Awwad

Anas Saad Awwad is a Palestinian who was arrested for poking fun at Mahmoud Abbas -- he was prosecuted under a Jordanian law prohibiting insulting the Jordanian monarchy.  ...

Elia Awwad

Elia Awwad is director of Mental Health Services for the Palestine Red Crescent Society. He lives in Bethlehem.   ...

Hind Awwad

Hind Awwad ... national coordinator of the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee (BNC)   ...

Lena K. Awwad

Lena K. Awwad (Class '13) studies neurobiology at Harvard U.  ...

Mahmoud Awwad

  Amira Hass reports (23 April 2012) ...

Naim Awwad

Naim Awwad ...   ...

Rania Awwad

Rania Awwad is head of the Washington Post team of Palestine Media Watch. She was born in Nablus and is a postgraduate student in genetics at George Washington University.  ...

Rima Awwad

Rima Awwad is (2014) a representative of the Jerusalemites Campaign, a group that advocates Palestinian rights in the occupied city.  ...

Suleiman Awwad

Suleiman Awwad is (2008) the spokesman for the Egyptian president   ...

Baruch Meir Axelrod

Baruch Meir Axelrod ... was named by his father, Vadim David Axelrod, after Baruch Goldstein and Meir Kahane   ...

Gedalya Axelrod

  Robert Parry reports (7 February 2014) ...

Liraz Axelrod

Liraz Axelrod ... ...

Nathan Axelrod

Nathan Axelrod was a a pioneer of Jewish cinema in Palestine. Using homemade equipment and working from his own laboratory, he produced Carmel Newsreels, which were screened in cinemas without interruption for more than 30 years, except during the years 1940-1945, when the cinemas were closed. Axelrod's newsreels documented the growth of the Jewish state in the making, including the establishme ...

David Axelrod_(1) (alias for this person)

David Axelrod_(2)

Vadim David Axelrod (b: 1961) is a Jewish settler in the West Bank settlement of Kfar Tapuach, where he lives with his wife and their six (2010) children. One of his children is Baruch Meir Axelrod, named after Baruch Goldstein and Meir ...

David Axelrod_(3)

David Axelrod (born February 22, 1955) is an American political consultant based in Chicago, Illinois. He is best known as a top advisor to Barack Obama, first in Obama's 2004 campaign for the U.S. Senate in Illinois and later as chief strategist for Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. Following the 2008 Election, he was appointed as Senior Advisor to President Obama.   ...

David Axelrod_(4)

David Axelrod ... a member of the banned right-wing Kahana Chai organization ... it is not clear whether this is this David Axelrod or this David Axelrod   ...

Lloyd Axworthy

Lloyd Axworthy is president of the University of Winnipeg and a former Canadian foreign minister.   ...

Abraham Ayalon

Abraham Ayalon ...   ...

Ami Ayalon

Ami Ayalon is a former commander of the Israeli Navy and a former director of Shin Bet, the Israeli internal security organization. In 2001/2002, in conjunction with Sari Nusseibeh, he developed ...

Daniel Ayalon

Daniel "Danny" Ayalon (1955-) joined the Foreign Ministry in 1989, and after a number of diplomatic postings was appointed the Prime Minister's deputy foreign policy adviser in 1997, working for both Ehud Barak and Benjamin Netanyahu. Ariel Sharon appointed Ayalon his chief foreign policy adviser before his posting to Washington in 2002. In 2008, Ayalon joined Yisrael Beiteinu party.   ...

Uri Ayalon

Uri Ayalon to be a media reporter Haaretz newspaper. He now (2004) writes articles about politics and culture for "Walla" website, and he is also the theatre critic of the finance newspaper, Globes.   ...

Zvi Ayalon

Zvi Ayalon (1911-1993) ... Israeli general ... member of Mapam   ...

Andreas Ayas (alias for this person)

Hadija Abu Ayash

Hadija Abu Ayash, from Nazareth, serving a three year sentence since 2009, for stabbing her boss for nationalist reasons.  ...

Ya'akov Ayash

Major General General Ya'akov Ayash is (Fall 2010) head of the operations directorate at the General Staff. Ayash served in a number of senior posts in the armored corps and served as chief of staff of the Ground Forces.  ...

Frank Aydelotte

Frank Aydelotte (1880 - 1956) was a U.S. educator. He is known for redefining Swarthmore College as an institution while he was president between 1921 and 1940 and was also the director of the Institute for Advanced Study from 1939 until 1947.   ...

Joseph Ayee

Joseph Ayee is (2012) Deputy Vice Chancellor of University of KwaZulu-Natal.   ...

Naila Ayesh

Naila Ayesh is "a staunch Palestinian nationalist - both she and her husband have served severe terms in Israeli prisons for their politics", and she runs a Women's Affairs Centre in Gaza.   ...

Suhail (Suheil) Ayesh

Suhail Ayesh ...   This New York Times article (11 Oct 2006) states:  Dr. Suheil Ayesh, 43, from the Gaza Strip is among the Palestinians who received a master’s degree and a Ph.D. at Hebrew University. He is now a visiting professor of molecular biology and gene therapy there and divides his time ...

Ayesha_(schooner)

The Ayesha was a 123-ton, three-masted schooner which was commandeered in December 1914 by a landing party from the SMS Emden and used by them to reach Sumatra, enroute, through Arabia, back to Germany. On their journey through Arabia, they became embroiled in the Arab revolt against Turkey.   ...

Yityish Aynaw

Yityish ('Titi') Aynaw (1992-) ...   ...

Kelly Ayotte

Kelly A. Ayotte (born: 27 June 1968) is a US Senator from New Hampshire and a member of the Republican Party. Previously, she was the Attorney General of New Hampshire.  ...

Abed Ayoub

Abed Ayoub ... legal director of the American-Arab Anti Discrimination Committee   ...

Nizar Ayoub

Nizar Ayoub is a Palestinian lawyer.   ...

Selim Ben Ayoub

Selim Ben Ayoub ... In 1913, Standard Oil of New Jersey formed a partnership with this man and Ismail El Husseini and purchased a twenty-five-year concession from the Ottoman authorities to explore the vicinity of the Dead Sea for oil, pho ...

Edith Ayrton

Edith Ayrton was the daughter of cousins Matilda Chaplin and William Edward Ayrton ... She married Israel Zangwill; Oliver Zangwill was their son.   ...

Phoebe (Hertha) Ayrton

Phoebe (Hertha) Ayrton (1854-????) ... born Phoebe Marks into a Polish Jewish family in the UK ... called herself Hertha after the heroine of Frederika Bremmer's feminist novel ... married William Ayrton ... George Eliot based the character of Mirah in Daniel Deronda on her ... Barbara Ayrton Gould was her daughter ...

William Edward Ayrton

William Edward Ayrton ...   ...

Emad El-Din Marei Aysha

Emad El-Din Marei Aysha ...   ...

Mel Ayton

Mel Ayton is the author of Questions of Controversy: The Kennedy Brothers, The JFK Assassination: Dispelling the Myths, and A Racial Crime: James Earl Ray and the Murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. He also served as historical adviser to the 2003 BBC documentary The Kennedy Dynasty. Ayton has a master’s degree in history, is a former Fulbright Teacher, deputy headmaster, and college lecturer, and ...

Abdelaziz Ayyad

Abdelaziz Ayyad ...   ...

Abdul Hadi Ali Ayyad

Abdul Hadi Ali Ayyad (d. 1978) ... a member of the Ayyad family ... builder of the Cliff Hotel   ...

Abdulhadi Walid Ayyad

Abdulhadi Walid Ayyad, who lives in London, is from Abu Dis, a village east of Jerusalem which Barak proposed would become the Palestinian city of East Jerusalem, ignoring the fact that there already exists a Palestinian city of East jerusalem.   was born in Kuwait in 1981. His family moved to California, USA until 1992 when they returned to Kuwait. Today (2000), Ayyad is studying Physi ...

Ali Ayyad

Ali Ayyad ... a member of the Ayyad family ... one of the heirs of Abdul Hadi Ali Ayyad. He was born and raised in Abu Dis and shares the ownership of the ...

Ibrahim Ayyad

Father Ibrahim Ayyad, born in Jerusalem, ...   ...

Salah Ayyad

Salah Ayyad is a businessman from Abu Dis in East Jerusalem.   Terry Boulata is his wife.   The couple have spent 14 years attempting to gain family unification. Salah Ayyad's business, though located only a few streets away from the family home in Jerusalem, is in the West Bank and is now also separa ...

Walid Ayyad

Walid Ayyad is a member of the family which owns the Cliff Hotel in Abu Dis, a hotel which was stolen from them by the Israeli government by delcaring them to be "absent".   ...

Thabet Ayyadeh

Thabet Ayyadeh ...   ...

Rami Ayyad_(Ayad)

Rami Ayyad ...   ...

Ayyad_family

Ayyad family ... owners of the Cliff Hotel in Abu Dis ... members of the family include(d) Ali Ayyad, Abdul Hadi Ali Ayyad   ...

Milad Ayyash

Milad Said Ayyash ... aged 17 was killed "when somebody from the marauder house, 'Beit Yonatan,' pulled out a rifle and shot bullets into the boy's stomach from a distance of 20-30 meters. ...

Yahya (Yihyeh) Ayyash

Yahya (Yihyeh) Ayyash (1966-1996; known as "the engineer") studied chemical engineering at Bir Zeit University on the West Bank in the mid-80s. His college roommate said he was a devout scholar of the Koran. He was married in 1992 and had two sons.   ...

Ayyesh

Ayyesh ...   ...

Abeer Ayyoub

Abeer Ayyoub (c. 1987-) studied English literature at the Islamic University of Gaza. She is (2014) a journalist who has written pieces online in English for Al Jazeera, Haaretz and other publications. ...   ...

Islam Dar Ayyoub

Islam Dar Ayyoub ... arrested in the middle of the night by the Israeli army at 14 years of age  He is related to Bassem Tamimi. Karim Dar Ayyoub is his younger brother. This person is their mother   ...

Karim Dar Ayyoub

Karim Dar Ayyoub ... 9 years-old when arrested first by Israeli forces   He is related to Bassem Tamimi. Islam Dar Ayyoub is his older brother. This person is their mother   ...

mother of Islam and Karim Dar Ayyoub

mother (name not yet known) of Islam Dar Ayyoub and Karim Dar Ayyoub ...   ...

Rashid Ayyub

Rashid Ayyub ... poet   ...

Ibrahim Az-Zaaneen

Ibrahim Az-Zaaneen is a member of the PFLP.   ...

Hosni (Husni) Az-Za'im_(Al-Zaim)

On March 30, 1949, a military junta led by Brig.-Gen. Husni al-Zaim, a member of the Kurdish minority, seized power in Syria, with US support. Az-Za'im took power with a promise that he would do "something constructive" about the Arab-Israeli problem. Zaim openly declared his ambition to be the first Arab leader to make peace with Israel. In April, he sent a secret message to Israeli Prime Min ...

Kareem Azab

Kareem Azab ... Department of Pharmaceutics-School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine- The Hebrew University of Jerusalem ... is (2005) a board member of Physicians for Human Rights - Israel (PHR-Israel).   ...

Lubna Azabal

Lubna Azabal is a Belgian actress, born in Brussels to parents of Moroccan origin. After studies at the Conservatoire royal of Brussels she began a theatrical career in Belgium and in 1997 she took her first film role when Belgian film-maker Vincent Laloo chose her to act beside Olivier Gourmet in his short film J'adore le cinéma. She performs in both French-language and Arabic films. Her mos ...

Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania

Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania ...   ...

Assi Azar

Assi Azar ...   ...

George Azar

               Click on image to see a collection of Azar's photographs of Gaza in 2005       George Azar graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in ...

George Baramki Azar (alias for this person)

Anna Azari

Anna Azari is (2007) the Israeli ambassador to Russia.   ...

Arnon Azaryahu

Arnon Azaryahu ... confidant and aide to Yisrael Galili   ...

Maoz Azaryahu

Maoz Azaryahu is a lecturer in the Geography department at the university in Haifa.  ...

Pablo de Azcarate (alias for this person)

Ahmad Azem

Ahmad Azem is the director of Palestine and Arabic Studies at Birzeit University.   ...

Sani Azikri-Carmel

Sani Azikri-Carmel (c.1969-) ...   ...

Negar Azimi

Negar Azimi is (2002) the curator of the Van Leo Collection at the American University in Cairo.   ...

Abed Rabbo Aziz

Abed Rabbo Aziz is a Palestinian businessman in Gaza.   ...

Anwar Aziz

Anwar Aziz ... Palestinian suicide bomber who, on 12 December 1993, drove an ambulance with a bomb into a jeepload of Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip, wounding three of them.   ...

Barbara Nimri Aziz

Barbara Nimri Aziz is an anthropologist and journalist. She has visited the Occupied Palestinian Territories on numerous occasions, reporting for Pacifica-WBAI in New York and elsewhere.   ...

Maulana Abdul Aziz (alias for this person)

Saud bin Abdul Aziz

Saud bin Abdul Aziz ... was the second King of Saudi Arabia, reigning from 1953 to 1964. Saud became Crown Prince in 1933 and succeeded to the Saudi throne on the death of his father, King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud, in 1953.   ...

Shaista Aziz

Shaista Aziz Al Jazeera journalist  ...

Tariq Aziz

Tariq Aziz (born 1936) ... was the Foreign Minister (1983–1991) and Deputy Prime Minister (1979–2003) of Iraq, and a close advisor of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for decades. Their association began in the 1950s, when both were Ba'ath party activists, while the party was still officially banned.   ...

Teuku Cut Mahmud Aziz

Teuku Cut Mahmud Aziz ...   ...

Aisha Azmi

Aisha Azmi ...   ...

Baher Azmy

Baher Azmy ...   ...

Jose Maria Aznar

Jose Maria Aznar is the former Prime Minister of Spain. He is an confirmed ziocon.    Affiliations     Friends of Israel Initiative – Founding member    ...

Ariel Azoff

Ariel Azoff, an American, currently (2011) works for a human rights organization in Haifa. She has a B.A. in Arabic and political science from Georgetown University. Some of her photos of el-Araqib can be seen at ...

Donnie Azoff (alias for this person)

Yuval Azoulai (alias for this person)

André Azoulay

André Azoulay is (2004) an economic advisor to King Mohammed VI of Morocco.   A complex personality: he is alleged to have said "I am not a Jew taking only my biological origins into account. I am also a Jew in philosophical and moral terms. I will not be satisfied until the Palestinians have recovered the whole of their rights. I will not be faithful to my own values until then" but he ...

Ariella Azoulay

Ariella Azoulay (1962-) is a lecturer at Brown University, a curator and a documentary filmmaker. Previously (until 2010 or later), she taught visual culture and contemporary philosophy at the Program for Culture and Interpretation in Bar Ilan University. She is coauthor with Prof. Adi Ophir, who is her partner, of ...

David Azoulay

David Azoulay (aka Azulai; b. 1954 in Morocco) MK, is a far-right-wing Shas politician. Azulai immigrated to Israel in 1963.   ...

Georges Azoulay

Georges Azoulay is (2014) President of Nazareth Magistrate's Court.  ...

Ilana Azoulay

Ilana Azoulay ... from 'Arad ... participated in the single-mothers' march in Summer 2003   ...

Leon Azoulay

Leon Azoulay ... aged 84 in 2009 ... born in Marrakesh ... left Morocco in 1946 ... from 1951 to 1961 worked as a phorographer in Paris ... migrated to Israel in 1962   ...

Yuval Azoulay

Yuval Azoulay writes for Haaretz.   ...

Najib Azoury (alias for this person)

Negib (Nejib) 'Azoury (alias for this person)

Niguib Azousy (alias for this person)

Khaled_Dawud_Ahmed_al Azrak

Khaled Dawud Ahmed al-Azrak is a Palestinian former prisoner from Bethlehem. He was released on 29 October 2013.(source)   Khaled al-Azraq (9 December 2009) ...

Mohammad_al Azraq

Mohammad_al Azraq is (2014) director for Lajee Center for youth in Ayda_refugee_camp, Bethlehem.  ...

David Azrieli

David Azrieli ...   ...

Azrieli_Group

The Azrieli group is one of the main funders behind Im Tirtzu.   ...

Yaki Azulai

Kobi Ben Shimon reports (5 September 2008) ...

Avner Azulay

Avner Azulay is a "former" Mossad agent and currently chair of the Marc Rich Foundation; Azulay was close to Marc Rich.    Resources     Powerbase ...

Baruch Azulay (alias for this person)

Jessica Azulay

Jessica Azulay is a Jewish activist/writer from West Virginia. She has been active on a range of issues, including organising against US foreign policy in Latin America, IMF/World Bank, and WTO and other corporate Globalisation schemes.  ...

Moran Azulay

moran azulay ...   ...

Eli Azur

Eli Azur ... Israeli businessman who owns (2004) the Tel Aviv-based media company Mirkaei Tikshoret Group Ltd. In November 2004, his company cooperated with Canwest to buy control of the Jerusalem Post and the Jerusalem Report. Azur publishes Russian-language newspapers in Israel for the immigrant population. He has strong connections with Pini Zahavi, the Israeli businessman who made his nam ...

Naguib Azuri

Naguib Azuri (18??-1916) ... a Maronite Arab ... an Ottoman official in Jerusalem frpm 1898 to 1904, when he left for reasons that Albert Hourani says are obscure and moved, first to Paris, and then to Cairo where he lived until his death. ... In 1905, in Paris, he founded a society known as the ...

Sundus Al Azzaeh

Sundus Al Azzaeh is a young Palestinian student in Al Khalil.   ...

Abdul Rahman Hassan Azzam

Abdul Rahman Hassan Azzam (1893-1976) was an Egyptian diplomat. He served as the first secretary-general of the Arab League between 1945 and 1952.  Azzam also had a long career as an ambassador and parliamentarian. He was an Egyptian nationalist and one of the foremost proponents of pan-Arab idealism – viewpoints he did not see as contradictory - and was passionately opposed to the partiti ...

Azzam Azzam

Azzam Azzam is an Israeli Druze who was employed at an Israeli textile plant in Egypt in 1997 when he was arrested and charged with spying for Israel's Mossad intelligence service, using invisible ink hidden in dyed women’s underwear. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison.   ...

Berlanty Azzam

Berlanty Azzam, a Christian from Gaza, is a Palestinian university student at Bethlehem university. She was kidnapped by the Israeli military in October 2009 and aims to expel her to Gaza.   ...

Hatem Azzam

Hatem Azzam is a former member of the Egyptian parliament.   ...

Samira Azzam

Samira Azzam is a Palestinian writer who died in 1967 who was being forced into exile in 1948. She described, in two volumes of short stories, the struggle for dignity in the face of mounting difficulties in earning a living in neighboring Arab countries. She also vividly describes the agony of a mother and daughter separated by the new borders formed in 1948.   ...

Abdullah Azzam_(Al-Zam)

Dr Abdullah Azzam (1941-1989) was prominent in the development of contemporary Islamic radicalism, particularly in the foundation of al-Qaeda. Born in what is now the West Bank, he was a child when Israel was founded. He joined the Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood before he had come of age, and was involved in actions against Israel. A longer biography can be read ...

Sief al-Kader Azzam_(Sif_Azam)

Sief al-Kader Azzam (Sif Azam) ...   ...

Ahmad Al Azzeh (alias for this person)

Jafar_Ibrahim_Mohammad Azzidine

   Jafar Ibrahim Mohammad Azzidine       Date of birth:  7 July 1971    Place of residence:  Araba, Jenin    Marital status:  Married, with seven children    Date of arrest:  22 November 2012    Occupation:  Construction    Place of detention:  R ...

                                                                                                                                                               
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"A Quarterly Reviewer" was the author of this article in the Quarterly Review in April 1902, an extended version of which was issued in book form that same year.   Subsequently, it was claimed that this was a nom-de-plume for ...

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"A Quartery Reviewer" was the author of this book published in 1928. This was subsequently revealed to be Laurie Magnus.   The editors of this database still do not know whether this Quarterly Reviewer is the same person as this ...

                                                                                                                                                                
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B'nai_Zion

B'nai Zion (Hebrew for the "Sons of Zion") desribes itself as "one of the oldest Zionist organizations in America".   At the founding convention in 1908, B'nai Zion adopted as its objective: "the Order Sons of Zion shall help the Zionist Congress in the work of obtaining for the Jewish people a legally secured, ...

Adolf Böhm

Adolf Böhm (1873-1940/1) ... together with Markus Braude wrote a plan that was adopted by the Austrian Zionist conference in Krakow in 1906 ... He was a well known writer and author of Geschichte der zionistischen Bewegung (Berlin 1935-37). He was editor of the monthly Palastina (1927-37). Just before WW1 he was ...

Les Ballets C. de la B

Les Ballets C. de la B ... Belgian dance company   ...

Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists - B

The  Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists - B  was that part of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists which was associated with Stepan Bandera. ...   ...

David B.

David B. (1959-), whose real name is Pierre-François Beauchard, is an artist and writer.   ...

Hans van Baalen

Hans van Baalen is a Dutch parliamentarian, member of the VVD, and in 2007 was the chair of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs. He has zionist proclivities, and in 2007 sought to end the Dutch govt subsidy to United Civilans for Peace, a Dutch peace group.   ...

Grietje Baars

Grietje Baars is a international law specialist and academic. In 2009, she was involved in researching the abuses in the West Bank surrounding the suppression of dissent to the Israeli Masscre in Gaza (2008-2009).  From her UCL profile:   Grietje Baars joined ...

Benjamin Babayof

Benjamin Babayof is a Tel Aviv City Council member for the Shas party. He is particularly well known for his racist disposition.  David Sheen reports (12 Dec 2012) ...

Vera Baboun

Vera Baboun (1964-) is (2013) the mayor of Bethlehem.   ...

Gabriel Bach

Gabriel Bach ... former judge ... former chair of the Advisory Committee on Senior Civil Service Appointments   ...

Julia Bacha

Julia Bacha (b. 1980 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian documentary filmmaker. She has a degree from Columbia Univ. Bacha is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.   Filmography      Budrus  about the non-violent resistance in the village of Budrus against the construction of the wall.    The Neighbourhood , about the eviction an ...

Aharon Bachar

The late Aharon Bachar ... began with Ha'olam Hazeh ... later a columnist for the Israeli daily Yediot Achronot   ...

David Bachar

David Bachar ...   ...

Dudu Bachar

Dudu Bachar ... ...

Kobi Bachar

Kobi Bachar is (2011) the deputy commander of the Galilee District Police. He assaulted a lawyer, Maisa Arshid, during Nakba demonstrations on 15 May 2011.   ...

Michelle Bachelet

Michelle Bachelet is the president of Chile.   ...

Daniel Bacher

Daniel Bacher ...   ...

Eduard Bacher

Eduard Bacher (1846-1906), from Moravia, was an Austrian Jewish jurisconsult and journalist. Graduating from the University of Vienna, he engaged in practise as an advocate, in which career he displayed such marked ability that some years later the Reichsrat appointed him its chief stenographer. In 1872 Bacher entered the employ of the  Neue Freie Presse as a parliamentary reporter, ...

Andy Bachman

Andy Bachman (c. 1962-) ...   Philip Weiss reports: ...

Isaac Bachman

Isaac Bachman is (2013) the Israeli ambassador to Sweden.   ...

Michele Bachmann

Michele Marie Bachmann (born April 6, 1956) is a member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Minnesota's 6th congressional district, and a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. She previously served in the Minnesota State Senate and is the first Republican woman to represent the state in Congress.  She is a fervent supporter ...

Henrik Bachner

Henrik Bachner is a Swedish holocaust researcher and was one of the authors on a survey/study about anti-semitism in Sweden conducted by Living History Forum (LHF) – a Swedish government-funded research center. The results of this survey were dubious, but were expressly distorted in the press to exaggerate the prevalence of anti-semitic prejudice in Sweden. ...

Khatem Bachus

Khatem Bachus ... from Shafa 'Amr   ... the director of Nof Harim ...

Sam Bacile

Sam Bacile ... it has been alleged that this is asynonym for Nakoula Basseley Nakoula  ...

Hagit Back

Hagit Back (c. 1952-), born in Kibbutz Shefayim, ... lives in Omer ... volunteer with Machsom Watch   ...

Rene Backmann

Rene Backmann (1944-) is a foreign affairs columnist for Le Nouvel Observateur. In 1991 he was awarded the Prix Mumm, France’s highest honor for journalism.   ...

Jesse Bacon

Jesse Bacon writes for The Only Democracy -- see his posts here   Bacon (Philadelphia) is a stay at home father. He has a Masters in teaching from Roosevelt University in Chicago. He is an observant progress ...

Josephine Bacon

Josephine Bacon ...   ...

Katie Bacon

Katie Bacon is (1996) a staff writer for The Atlantic.   ...

Tareq Baconi

Tareq Baconi has an MPhil in international relations from Cambridge and is currently (2011) completing his PhD specialising in Hamas at King's College, London.   ...

Mohammad Said Ali Hassan Badan

Amnesty International reports (27 February 2014) ...

Emile Badarin

Emile Badarin is a co-founder and editor of the Palestine Studies Group, which functions as an e-platform for post and undergraduates.  ...

Pini Badash

Pini Badash (1952-), born in Gilat, is (2010) head of the Omer regional council; he is a former MK (Tzomet).  ...

Saleem Badat

Saleem Badat (1957-) is (2011) the vice-chancellor of Rhodes University   ...

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi ... PM of Malaysia.   ...

Ahmed Badawi

 Ahmed Badawi  is the Project Director (Israel/Palestine) for Oxford Research Group's "Inclusive Approaches to the Arab-Israeli Conflict. He is a Research Associate at the Department of Development Studies, SOAS. He is also a Research Associate and Co-Project Director at the Institute of Development and Pea ...

Khulood Badawi

Khulood Badawi, former chair of the National Union of Arab Students on behalf of Hadash, is a field researcher of ACRI and a peace activist.  ...

Samer Badawi

Samer Badawi is a freelance writer based in Washington, DC. He is the former DC correspondent for Middle East International.   ...

Zainab Badawi (alias for this person)

Zeinab Badawi

Zeinab Badawi (born November 1959, Sudan) is a British television and radio reporter and news presenter. She was the first presenter of the ITV Morning News, and co-presented Channel 4 News with Jon Snow (1989–1998), before joining BBC News. She now presents World News Today on BBC Four and BBC World News.   Affiliations   BBC World Service Trust – Trustee  &nbs ...

William F. Badè

William F. Badè (1871-1936) ...   ...

Richard Badcock

Richard Badcock ... was deputy to Albert M. Hyamson   ...

Omar Baddar

Omar Baddar is a political scientist, human rights activist, and New Media professional based in Washington, DC. He earned his M.A. in International Relations and Comparative Politics from the University of Memphis, where he wrote his Master's thesis on US policy towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He also holds an undegraduate degree in Graphic Design (multimedia concentration). He is the ...

David Baddiel

David Lionel Baddiel (b: 28 May 1964) is a British comedian, novelist and television presenter.  ...

Nabil D. Baddour

Nabil D. Baddour ...   ...

John Badeau

Dr. John Stothoff Badeau (1903-1995) ... U.S. Ambassador to Egypt in the early 1960s  ...

Max von Baden

Max von Baden (1867-1929) ...   ...

Akram Bader

Akram Bader is (2013) the mayor of Battir (Batir).   ...

Liana Bader

Liana Bader ...   ...

Mohammad Maher Bader

Addameer reports (28 October 2013) ...

Salem Badi

Addameer reports:     SALEM BADI    Administrative detention is a nightmare that keeps detainees and their families waiting to be shocked by continuous renewals of the administrative detention orders  â€“ Salem Badi, 2009 (Badi has spent over 6,100 ...

Mohamed Badie

Mohamed Badie (b: 7 August 1943) is (2012) Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood.   ...

BADIL

 BADIL is the Resource Centre for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights.   ...

Alain Badiou

Alain Badiou (born 17 January 1937 in Rabat, Morocco) is a French philosopher, professor at European Graduate School, formerly chair of Philosophy at the École Normale Supérieure (ENS).   ...

Walid Badir_(Budeir)

Walid Badir (also transliterated as "Budeir"), a Palestinian citizen of Israel, used to play for Wimbledom but now, 2004, plays for Maccabi Haifa. He also plays on the Israeli national team and, indeed, wore the captain's arm band in 2004.   One does not, however, have to dig very deeply behind this appearance of coexistence to find the racism which is an integral part of the Zionism ...

Anwar Ben Badis

Anwar Ben Badis is a linguist, translator and Arabic teacher. He is the grandson of Palestinian refugees from the village of Tantura.   ...

Liana Badr

Liana Badr is a writer from Ramallah   ...

Majd Badr

Majd Badr ...   ...

Munira Badr

Munira Badr born in 1880 when her father, Yousif Badr, was working in Homs ... wife of Shukri Musa ... mother of Hilda Musa Said ... grand-mother of ...

Sayyid Badr

Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamood Al Bu Said is Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman   ...

Yousif Badr

Yousif Badr al-Kassouf (1840-1912) ... his was the last generation ot use the Kassouf name -- though his tombstone reads 'Youssed Badr al-Kassouf', his children were known only by the family name of Badr. ... He was born in Schweir in Mount Lebanon ... was the first Arab pastor of the ...

Mazen Badra

Minds of Peace profile     Mazen Badra  is Associate Partner and principal Palestinian moderator of Minds of Peace since its founding in 2009. Mazen has succe ...

Abdulwahab Badrakhan

Abdulwahab Badrakhan ...   ...

Abed Badran

Abed Badran, a Palestinian citizen of Israel is (2014) a member of the IAUA’s national board. He is completing his doctorate in architecture in the United Kingdom   ...

Abraham Badran

Abraham Badran is (2001) Director General, Department of Palestinian Affairs in Jordan. He is also Supervisor of the Human Rights Unit in the ..."   ...

Amneh Badran

Amneh Badran is chairperson of the Jerusalem Centre for Women (P.O. Box 51630, Jerusalem; jcw@palnet.com).   ...

Hussan Badran

Avi Issacharoff and Amos Harel report ...

Mohammad Abed Yousef Badran

  Amnesty International reports (27 February 2014):186490     Jihad Aslan , 20, ...

Tony Badran

Tony Badran is (2010) Research Fellow, Levant, Foundation for Defense of Democracies.  FDD Profile: (Accessed: 11 March 2013)    Tony Badran is a Research Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) in Washington, DC. He focuses on Lebanon, ...

Hermann Badt

Herman Badt (1887-1946) ...   ...

Bertha Badt-Strauss

Bertha Badt-Strauss (1885-1970), born in Breslau ... 'Like her brother Hermann Badt and her sister Lotte Prager she became a fierce Zionist and was deeply involved in the the cultural Zionist movement called ...

Ahmad Badwan

Ahmad Badwan ...   ...

Mohammed Badwan

Mohammed Badwan, aged 22 at the time of his death, ... from Biddu ... killed by the Israeli army during a demonstration in February 2004   ...

Mohammed Badwan_(2)

Mohammed Badwan, aged 12 in 2004, from Biddu ... was used as human shield by the Israeli army   ...

BAE

 BAE ...   ...

Leo Baeck

Rabbi Leo Baeck, a German Jews, wrote: "We believe that any constructive solution is possible only if it is based on the concern for the welfare and cooperation of both Jews and Arabs in Palestine"   ...

Karl Baehr

Karl Baehr, a Mennonite, was Executive Secretary of the American Christian Palestine Committee, an organization that was founded to foster support for Zionism and Israel, especially among liberal-leaning mainline Protestant clergy.   ...

Richard Baehr

Richard Baehr is a former Education Director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) of Illinois who writes for The American Thinker. Alexander Cockburn says that "Baehr could fairly be described as a Zionist ultra".   ...

Marc David Baer

Marc David Baer is an assistant professor of History at UC Irvine.   ...

Robert Baer

Robert Baer is a former Middle East CIA analyst.   ...

Yitzhak Baer

Yitzhak Fritz Baer (1890-) ... migrated to Palestine from Germany in 1929 ... spent many years researching in the Spanish archives. He published thousands of documents bearing on the details of Jewish life in the Iberian Peninsula and on the relationship of the Jews to their Christian rulers and neighbors. Later, he was the first full-time historian appointed at the Hebrew University of Jerusal ...

Alexander Baerwald

Alexander Baerwald ...   ...

Israel Baer_(Ber/Beer/Bär)

Lieutenant-Colonel Dr. Israel Baer (also transliterated as Ber, Bär or Beer) died in Shatta prison in Israel in 1966. He was an Israeli military analyst and official historian of the Israeli army who was convicted in 1962 for treason as a Soviet agent and died while serving a 15-year sentence.   Arriving in Palestine 1938, Beer joined the Haganah, attaining the rank of lieutenant colo ...

Giacomo Bagarella

Giacomo Bagarella is a member of the Harvard College Palestine Solidarity Committee.   ...

H. L. Baggalay_(Baggallay)

H. L. Baggallay ... was (1939) First Secretary, Foreign Office   ...

Ali Baghdadi

Ali Baghdadi is a Palestinian-American journalist in Chicago.   ...

Paul Bagon

Paul Bagon's Great Uncle, Samuel Bagon, was killed in Spain suring the Spanish Civil War, fighting in the International Brigades as a Polish-Jewish volunteer.   ...

Abbas Abdul Baha

Sir Abbas Abdul Baha (1844-1921) ... head of the Bahai community in Haifa in 1918 ... knighted after the occupation of Palestine 'for his service to the Allied cause'  ...

Sherine Bahaa

Sherine Bahaa ... ...

Zoher Bahalul

Zoher Bahalul ... Palestinian citizen of Israel ... radio presenter   ...

Ahmad Bahar

Dr. Ahmad Bahar is (2007) the acting speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC).   ...

Ahmed Bahar

Ahmed Bahar , a long-time Hamas activist who is also a professor of Arabic at the Islamic university in Gaza City, is an MP for the Sheikh Radwan district. On 15 February 2006, he was nominated by Hamas as their candidate for the post of deputy speaker in the new Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC), where Hamas MPs occupy 72 out of 132 seats.   ...

Ali Bahar

Ali Bahar is (2008) chairperson of the Palestinian Student Union at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was detained for three hours by university and presidential security officials on 2 November 2008, after refusing to shake the hand of visiting Israeli president Shimon Peres, calling him "responsible for the m ...

Soufian Bahar

Addameer reports(7 May 2014) ...

Dan Bahat

Dan Bahat is a senior lecturer at the Land of Israel Studies at Bar-Ilan University.   ...

Noam Bahat

Noam Bahat ...   ...

Shula Bahat

Shula Bahat is (2007) AJC's associate executive director   ...

Bishara A. Bahbah

Bishara A. Bahbah is a Palestinian-American was (1991) an adjunct professor of political science with Brigham Young University and a senior fellow at the Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine, based in Washington, DC. He was a member of the Palestinian delegation to the Mideast Peace talks in the 1990s.   ...

Ahmad Bahgat

Ahmad Bahgat ...   ...

Bahira

According to Islamic tradition, Bahira was a Miaphysite Christian monk who foretold to the adolescent Muhammad his future prophetic career   ...

Joelle Bahloul

Joelle Bahloul ...   ...

Leila Bahour

Leila Bahour, M.S.Ed., L.P.C., is a Palestinian-American. She is a Counselor at a Psychological Outpatient Counseling Practice in the US who has worked in the psychological field for eleven years. She spent a considerable amount of time dedicated to the research of suicide during her pursuit of her Master's degree and has treated suicidal individuals daily in her work over the years. She ...

Sam Bahour

Sam Bahour, MBA, is a Palestinian-American businessman, originally from Youngstown, Ohio, who lives in Al-Bireh, the sister city of Ramallah. He may be reached at sbahour@palnet.com. He is the brother of another author on this site, ...

Daniel Bahr

Daniel Bahr ...   ...

Morton Bahr

Morton Bahr background:     Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., to Russian-Jewish immigrants, he remembers walking to an Orthodox shul for the High Holy Days with his paternal grandfather. At 18, with World War II raging, he joined the Merchant Marine and, in a move foreshadowing his tenure with CWA, earned his license as a radio operator.    …    Elected president of ...

Medical University of Bahrain

Medical University of Bahrain ...   ...

Diana Bahur-Nir

Diana Bahur-Nir ...   ...

Marwan Bahus

Jack Khoury reports ...

Michel Bahus

Michel Bahus was the driver of a bus attacked by an Israeli terrorist, Eden Natan-Zada in August 2005. Marwan Bahus, Michel's son, was charged with attacking the terrorist.  Haaretz reports:   Michel Bahus was married and the father of three children, aged 17, 14 and 10. As an Egged bus driver for ...

Yossi Baidatz (alias for this person)

Yossi Baiditz

Brigadier General Yossi Baiditz is (2010) Israel Defense Intelligence (IDI) Chief of Production and Analysis, and was formerly (2006) the head of Military Intelligence research division.   ...

Amin Baidoun

Amin Baidoun ...   ...

Frank Baigel

Frank Baigel is the President of Jewish Representative Council of Greater Manchester & Region.   ...

Nuer Baikeli (alias for this person)

Jon Bailes

Jon Bailes is co-editor and webmaster of State Of Nature. He is currently writing a PhD thesis on ideology theory at the Centre for European Studies, University College London, and has an MA in European Thought from the same department. He is co-author of Weapon of the Strong: Conversations on US State Terrorism (London: Pluto, 2012).  ...

Betty Jane Bailey

Rev. Dr. Betty Jane Bailey has lived in Bethlehem as a representative of the United Church of Christ USA and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).   ...

Bill Bailey

Bill Bailey (1964-) ...   ...

Cameron Bailey

Cameron Bailey is a writer, broadcaster and film progammer in Toronto. In addition to reviewing for Canada AM, he is a film critic for Toronto's Now magazine and CBC Radio One. He is the past president of the Toronto Film Critics Association, and former co-host of The Showcase Revue (1998-2002). He also produced and hosted Filmmaker on the Independent Film Channel Canada. Bailey is the founde ...

Christian Bailey

Christian Bailey ...   ...

Clinton Bailey

Clinton (Yitzhak) Bailey born in Buffalo in New York, migrated to Israel in 1958. A research fellow at the Truman Institute for Peace at the Hebrew University, he has studied Beduin culture and history for more than 30 years.   ...

Daniel Julian Bailey

Daniel Julian Bailey (1887-19xx) ...   ...

Frederick Bailey

Colonel Frederick Marshman Bailey (1882-1967) ...   ...

J. Martin Bailey

J. Martin Bailey is a co-convener of the Media Group of the Church World Service Middle East Forum, an ecumenical organization of various churches. The Media Group works for balanced reporting on the Pa ...