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ARAFAT, YASSER (Abu Amar) (1929-2004)
[B]Born on August 4, 1929 in Cairo; grew up mainly in Cairo and for a brief period in Jerusalem; fought in 1948 alongside the Mufti's defence forces of Palestine; graduated from Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, in 1956; founder and president (1952-57) of the General Union of Palestinian Students (GUPS) in Cairo/Egypt; founder and chairman of the Union of Palestinian Graduates in 1956; volunteered in the Egyptian army during the Suez Canal crisis; co-founder (with Abu Jihad) of the first Fatah-cell in 1957; founder of Fatah party (January 1959), until today PLO's largest faction; Fatah leader since 1958 and its spokesperson since 1968; elected chairman of the Executive Committee of the PLO since February 1969 when Fatah took over the PLO; changed the directions of the PLO from being pan-Arabist to focussing on the Palestinian national cause; appointed Commander-in-chief of the all-Palestinian/Arab guerilla forces in September 1970; addressed the UN General Assembly in New York for the first time on November 13, 1974; proclaimed November 15, 1988 the independent Palestinian State; and elected by the Central Council of the PLO as the first President of the State of Palestine on April 2, 1989; had secret negotiations with Israel from 1992 which led to the signing of the Declara tion of Principles (peace accord) between PLO and Israel on September 13, 1993; since then negotiating with Israel on Palestinian self-rule; returned to Palestine on July 1, 1994; set up the PA whose President and Minister of Interior he is.
ABBAS, MAHMOUD (Abu Mazen)
Mahmoud Abbas, popularly known as Abu Mazen, according to the Arab custom of taking the name of the eldest son, was born in Safad in Palestine in 1935. As a founder member of the Fatah movement he is a leading Palestinian figure who has devoted some twenty years to the search for a peaceful solution to the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict. He is a member of the Palestinian National Council (PNC) and the Executive Committee of the PLO, and has headed the PLO's Department for National and International Relations since 1980. As one of the main initiators of the dialogue with Jewish and pacifist movements in the 1970s, his belief in the maxim 'Know thine enemy' served him well in the difficult years before negotiations were eventually started between the two parties. He is today Arafat's Deputy! He is known as negotiator or Head of the Negotiation team. He is accused of reaching an understanding with Yossi Beilin on a Palestinian State and on Jerusalem in 1995. [B]Enlarge | More
[B]EL-WAZIR, KHALIL (Abu Jihad) (1935-1988)
Born on October 10, 1935; expelled in 1948 from Ramleh and fled to Gaza; became fedai in 1954; studied in Cairo in the 1950s; co-founder (with Arafat) of the first Fatah-cell in 1957; Fatah founding member in 1958/59; PLO/Fatah military chief since the 1960s; issued in Lebanon the clandestine Fatah magazine Filastinuna (January 1959); head of the first office opened by Fatah in Algeria, January 1963; played an instrumental role in the PLO's relations with a number of Arab states including Jordan, Syria and Saudi Arabia; godfather of and contact person for the resistance in the OPT; appointed official deputy of Arafat on Fatah's 1980 congress; Arafat's second and his closest ally; assassinated in his house in Tunis by Israelis on April 16, 1988.
KHALAF, SALAH (Abu Iyad) (1934-1991)
Born in 1934 and fled in 1948 from Jaffa; fought in 1948 alongside the Mufti's defence forces in Palestine; studied in Cairo in the 1950s; founder, member and Arafat's assistant of the General Union of Palestinian Students (GUPS) in Egypt (1952); Fatah founder member (1958/59); PLO's security and counter intelligence executive officer; spiritual godfather and chief of Black September Organization; principal Fatah ideologue; before being assassinated on March 14, 1991 in Tunis, PLO's third highest ranking member after Arafat and Abu Jihad[B]
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