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Biographical Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North Africa

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  1. Ahmad Ben Abd al-Qader (born 1941) is a Mauritanian poet and writer.
  2. Mustafa Abdel-Moati (born 1938) is an Egyptian artist and critic.
  3. Malika al-'Asimi / Malika al-Asimi (born 1964) is a Moroccan poet
  4. Dia al-Azzawi / Dia Azzawi (born 1939) is an Iraqi artist.
  5. Mubarkah Bent al-Barra (born 1957) is a Mauritanean poet.
  6. In'am Bayyud / Inam Bioud (born 1953) is an Algerian scholar and translator.
  7. Slimane Benaïssa (born 1936) is an Algerian playwright and actor
  8. Anwar Gargash / Anwar Muhammad Gargash / Anwar Quarqash / Anwar Muhammad Quarqash is a UAE businessman and government official
  9. Mustafa Hamarneh (born 1953) is a Jordanian scholar and political analyst
  10. Hani Hourani (born 1945) is a Jordanian artist, writer and activist.
  11. Kamala Ishaaq / Kamala Ibrahim Ishaaq (born 1939) is a Sudanese artist.
  12. Hasan Jabareen / Hassan Jabareen / Hassan Jabarin (born 1964) is the founder and general director of Adalah - The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel.
  13. Asma Khader (born 1952) is a Palestinian Jordianian lawyer and human rights activist
  14. Ahmad Rafiq al-Mahdaoui / Ahmad Rafiq al-Mahdawi / Rafiq al-Mahdaoui (1898-1961) was a Libyan poet
  15. Șerif Mardin (born 1927) is a Turkish sociologist and political scientist
  16. Mahmoud al-Mas'adi / Mahmud Messad / Mahmud Masadi / Mahmoud Masadi (1911-2004) was a Tunisian writer and politician
  17. Ali Mustafa al-Musrati (born 1926) is a Libyan writer
  18. Na'ila Nasr / Na'ila Nasr Hassan Abbas Nasr (born 1959) is a Yemeni table tennis player
  19. Abdul-Karim Rafeq / Abd al-Karim Rafiq (born 1931) is a Syrian-American historian
  20. Heba Rauf Ezzat / Hiba Ra'uf Izzat (born 1965) is an Egyptian political scientist
  21. Mohammed al-Roken / Mohammed Abdullah al-Roken / Muhammad Abdullah Muhammad Al Rukn / Muhammad Abdullah Muhammad al-Rukn (born 1962) is a lawyer and legal scholar in the UAE
  22. Rabab al-Sadr / Rabab Sadr / Rabab al-Sadr Sharaf al-Din (born 1946), Lebanese activist and philanthropist
  23. Mona Saudi (born 1945) is a Jordanian sculptor and poet
  24. Kamal Shair (born 1930) is a Jordianian businessman, politician, diplomat and philanthropist.
  25. Ahmad Sharqawi (1934-1967) was a Moroccan painter.
  26. Khalil Shikaki / Khalil Shiqaqi (born 1953) is the Director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ramallah
  27. Abdul Majeed Shoman (1912-2005) was a Palestinian banker
  28. Zineb Sidera (born 1963) is a London-based multimedia artist of Algerian origin.
  29. Bassam al-Talhouni (born 1964) is a Jordanian lawyer, academic and civil rights activist.
  30. Vera Tamari (born 1945) is a Palestinian artist.
  31. Şirin Tekeli (born 1944) is a Turkish feminist and writer
  32. Omar bin Abd al-Munim Zawawi / Umar bin Abd al-Munim Zawawi (born 1930) is an Omani businessman and political consultant

Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Claude Faure, Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Online (subscription only) at HighBeam.

  1. Reagan Plan
  2. Red Eagles (militia) / Red Eagle (disambiguation)
  3. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 185 / UN General Assembly Resolution 185 / UN Resolution 185 / Resolution 185
  4. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2253 / UN General Assembly Resolution 2253 / UN Resolution 2253 / Resolution 2253
  5. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2443 / UN General Assembly Resolution 2443 / UN Resolution 2443 / Resolution 2443
  6. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2628 / UN General Assembly Resolution 2628 / UN Resolution 2628 / Resolution 2628
  7. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2649 / UN General Assembly Resolution 2649 / UN Resolution 2649 / Resolution 2649
  8. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 302 / UN General Assembly Resolution 302 / UN Resolution 302 / Resolution 302
  9. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3089 / UN General Assembly Resolution 3089 / UN Resolution 3089 / Resolution 3089
  10. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 32/40 / UN General Assembly Resolution 32/40 / UN Resolution 32/40 / Resolution 32/40
  11. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3376 / UN General Assembly Resolution 3376 / UN Resolution 3376 / Resolution 3376
  12. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 51/26 / UN General Assembly Resolution 51/26 / UN Resolution 51/26 / Resolution 51/26
  13. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 52/250 / UN General Assembly Resolution 52/250 / UN Resolution 52/250 / Resolution 52/250
  14. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 997 / UN General Assembly Resolution 997 / UN Resolution 997 / Resolution 997
  15. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 998 / UN General Assembly Resolution 998 / UN Resolution 998 / Resolution 998
  16. Rhodes talks / Rhodes Talks
  17. Sabra and Shatila Martyrs Group
  18. Sayf Al-Islam / Sword of Islam
  19. SEMED Project

Essays in Arabic Literary Biography

I. Before 1350

- Safi al-Din Abu 'l-Fadl 'Abd al-'Aziz ibn Saraya 'l-Sinbisi 'l-Ta 'i 'l-Hilli / Safi al-din al-Hilli - Abu 'Abd Allah Ibn al-Hajjaj - Muhammad Ibn Daniyal - Ibn Sana al Mulk - Abu 'Amir Ahmad Ibn Shuhayd / Ibn Shuhayd / Ibn Shuhaid - 'Ali ibn 'Abd al-'Aziz al-Qadi 'l-Jurjani - al-Sahib Ibn 'Abbad - Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Sanawbari / Al-Sanawbari - Muhammad ibn Yusuf Ibn al-Ashtarkuni / al-Saraqusfi

II. 1350-1850

- 'Abd al-Rahim al-Abbasi / Al-Sayyid 'Abd al-Rahim - 'A 'Ishah al-Ba'uniyyah / A'ishah Al-Ba'uniyyah / 'Aishah al-Ba'uniyyah - 'Abd al-Qadir ibn 'Umar al-Baghdadi - Badr al-Din Muhammad al-Ghazzi - 'Ala al-Din al-Ghuzuli - Ibn Ani Hajalah - Ibn Hijjaj al-Hamawi - Ibn Ma'sum - Jamal al-Din Ibn Nubutah - Ibn Sudun - al-Ibshihi - Jirmanus Jibril Farhat - Shibab al-Din al-Khafaji - Makariyus Ibn al-Za'im - Bulus Ibn al-Zai'im - Mar'i ibn Yusuf - Ilyas al-Mawsili - Muhammad Amin ibn Fadl Allah al-Muhibbi / Muhammad Muhibbi / Muhammad al-Muhibbi - al-Nafzawi - al-Nawaji - al-Safadi - Shams al-Din al-Samatra'i - Yusuf al-Shirbini - 'Abd Allah al-Shubrawi - Jalai al-Din al-Suyuti

III. 1850-1950

- Dhu 'l-Nun Ayyub - Shakib al-Jabiri - Mafmud Tahir Lashin - Muhammad al-Muwaylihi - Marun al-Maqqash - Mahmud Taymur

100 most powerful Arab women 2013

From here:

  1. Fatima Al Jaber, chief operating officer of the Al Jaber Group
  2. Sheikha Maha Mansour Salman Jasim Al Thani, Qatar's first woman judge
  3. Amal Al Qubaisi, first woman elected to the UAE's Federal National Council.
  4. Nayla Hayek, chairwoman of The Swatch Group
  5. Mona Al Munajjed, Saudi Arabian sociologist and women's activist
  6. Suad Al Humaidi, Kuwaiti businesswoman
  7. Amina Al Rustamani, Emerati media executive
  8. Sheikha Hessa Bint Saad Abdullah Salem Al Sabah, Kuwaiti businesswoman and president of the Council of Arab Businesswomen (CABW).
  9. Badriya Al Bishr, Saudi journalist
  10. Mona Al Marri, director general of the Dubai government media office
  11. Bahia Al Jishi, Bahraini politician. Scond deputy chairwoman at the Consultative Council of Bahrain.
  12. Randa Ayoubi, Jordanian businesswoman, head of Rubicon Holdings
  13. Samia Al Amoudi / Samia al-Amoudi, Saudi Arabian obstetrician, gynecologist and assistant professor at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah
  14. Salma Hareb, Emirati businesswoman CEO of Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (JAFZA) and parent company Economic Zones World
  15. Nisreen Shocair, head of Virgin Megastores, Middle East.
  16. Maha Al Ghunaim / Maha al-Ghunaim, Kuwaiti investment banker, founder of Global Investment House
  17. Raja Ben Slama, Tunisian academic, professor of Arab civilization at Manouba University, Tunis.
  18. Jouhayna Samawi, Syrian entrepreneur, co-founder of Ayyam Gallery in Damascus
  19. Sheikha Hanadi bint Nasser Al Thani, Qatari businesswoman.
  20. Khawla Al Khuraya, genomic cancer researcher, Director of the Research Centre at King Fahad National Centre for Children's Cancer, King Faisal Specialist Hospital (KFSH) in Riyadh.
  21. Donna Sultan, CEO of the construction company KEO International Consultants
  22. Kholoud Ahmed Al Dhaheri, first female judge in the UAE.
  23. Noura Al Kaabi, CEO of twofour54, a media development and training zone in Abu Dhabi.
  24. Buthaina Al Ansari, Qatari business executive
  25. Hind Seddiqi, Emirati businesswoman on the executive committee of Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons
  26. Noor Sweid, strategic director of Depa United Group
  27. Wafa Al Rimi / Wafa al-Rimi, Yemeni founder of Creative Generation, manufacturer of solar-powered devices
  28. Sara Akbar, Kuwaiti businesswoman. She is CEO and deputy chairman of Kuwait Energy
  29. Maryam Matar, Emirati public health advocate, founder and chairman of the UAE Genetic Diseases Association
  30. Sarah Shuhail, Emirati activist against sex trafficking and prostitution.
  31. Maha Hussain, Chairwoman and managing director of Petrochemical Industries Company in Kuwait
  32. Nashwa Al Ruwaini / Nashwa al-Ruwaini, Egyptian TV producer and chat-show host
  33. Sulafa Memar, Syrian actress.
  34. Soraya Salti, Jordanian educator and social entrepreneur
  35. Zeina Tabari, Emirati businesswoman, chief corporate affairs officer at Drake & Scull International (DSI)
  36. Ingie Chalhoub, Emirati businesswoman, president and managing director of Etoile Group
  37. Mona Kazindar is a Saudi arts administrator, the first woman to be appointed director general of the Institut du Monde Arabe.
  38. Mona Almoayyed, Bahraini businesswoman and advocate for migrant workers.
  39. Yasmina Azhari, Syrian businesswoman, partner/vice president of the shipping agency Trade Coordination Office.
  40. Riham Fouad Al Ghanim, Kuwaiti businesswoman, vice chairwoman of Kuwait Finance and Investment Company.
  41. Afnan Al Zayani, Bahraini businesswoman and women's rights activist, CEO of Al Zayani Commercial Services (AZCS).
  42. Nashwa Taher, Saudi businesswoman
  43. Mona Bawarshi, Lebanese businesswoman, President and CEO of Gezairi Transport, a logistics company.
  44. Sahar Mohamed Ali El Sallab / Saher Sallab, Egyptian financier
  45. Assila Zaher Al Harthy, Omani businesswoman
  46. Lama Al Sulaiman, Saudi businesswoman
  47. Ghosson Al Khaled, Kuwaiti businesswoman, COO at ACICO Group
  48. Christine Sfeir, Lebanese businesswoman
  49. Faten Al Naqeeb, Kuwaiti lawyer
  50. Ebtisam Abdulaziz, Emirati artist, writer and curator
  51. Amira Yahyaoui, Tunisian-born blogger and human rights campaigner.
  52. Joelle Mardinian, Emirati TV personality
  53. Kholoud Faqih, Palestinian Islamic judge

Arab women writers

  1. Najiba al-`Aasal (1921-1992) was an Egyptian novelist.
  2. Sufi Abdallah / Sofi Abdallah (born 1925) is an Egyptian writer.
  3. Hadia Abd al-Hadi (born 1920s) is a Palestinian poet.
  4. Malakat al-Dar Abdullah (1918-1969) was a Sudanese novelist.
  5. Jamila al-Alayili (1907-1991) was an Egyptian poet and novelist.
  6. Layla Baalbaki (born 1936) is a Lebanese journalist and writer.
  7. Rose Ghurayyib (1909-2006) was a Lebanese novelist, short-story writer and researcher.
  8. Asma Halim (1921-2003) was an Egyptian writer.
  9. Huda Hanna (born 1922) is a Palestinian novelist.
  10. Georgette Hannush (born 1930) is a Syrian novelist.
  11. Labiba Madi Hashim / Labiba Hashim (1882-1952) was a Lebanese novelist and journalist.
  12. Maliha Ishaq (born 1925) is an Iraqi short-story writer.
  13. Muna Jabbur (1942-1964) was a Lebanese novelist.
  14. Ihsan Kamal (born 1935) is an Egyptian short-story writer.
  15. Afifa Karam (1883-1924) was a Lebanese novelist and journalist.
  16. Samira Khashuqji / Samira Bint al-Jazira al-'Arabiya (1940-1986) was a Saudi novelist and short-story writer.
  17. Salma al-Haffar Kuzbari / Salma Kuzbari (1923-2006) was a Syrian writer.
  18. Amina al-Lawwa (born 1926) is a Moroccan short-story writer and playwright.
  19. Fawziya Mahran (born 1931) is an Egyptian novelist and short-story writer.
  20. Maryam Mash'al is a Palestinian writer.
  21. Fatma Moussa (1927-2007) was an Egyptian academic, literary critic and translator.
  22. Zaynab Muhammed was an Egyptian novelist.
  23. Salwa Mahmasani Mu'mina (1908-1957) was a Lebanese teacher and writer.
  24. In`am Musalima (born 1938) was a Syrian novelist and short-story writer.
  25. Sayza Nabrawi (1879-1985) was an Egyptian journalist and feminist.
  26. Fatina al-Na'ib (1917-1993) was an Iraqi poet.
  27. Dalal Khalil Safadi was a Lebanese short story writer and translator.
  28. Amina al-Said (1910-1995) was an Egyptian feminist, journalist and writer.
  29. Widad Sakakini (1913-1991) was a Lebanese-Syrian novelist, short-story writer and critic.
  30. Nur Salman (born 1937) is a Lebanese novelist, poet and short-story writer.
  31. Jadhibiya Sidqi (1927-2001) was an Egyptian writer.
  32. Munira Thabit (1902-1967) was an Egyptian journalist and political activist.
  33. Asma Tubi (1905-1983) was a Palestinian writer.
  34. Layla `Ussayran (1934-2007) was a Lebanese novelist.
  35. Rose al-Yusuf / Fatma al-Yusuf
  36. Wadida Wassef (1898-1958) was a Lebanese-Egyptian actress and magazine publisher.
  37. Anayat al-Zayyat (died 1967) was an Egyptian novelist.
  38. Su'ad Zuhayr (1925-2000) was an Egyptian novelist and journalist.

Critical Reference Guide

  1. Fathiya 'Abd Allah 'Ajilan (born 1953), Bahraini poet.page=350
  2. Jamila al-'Ajuri (born 1969), Jordanian poet.page=350
  3. Nura Al Sa'd (born 1964), Qatari short-story writer.page=350
  4. Janan al-Jarudi Al-Sa'id (born ?), Lebanese journalist and novelist.page=350
  5. Fa'ida Al Yasin (born 1959), Iraqi poet.page=350
  6. Jamila al-'Alayili (1907-1991), Egyptian poet and novelist.pages=350-1
  7. Buthayna 'Ali (born ?), Egyptian novelist.page=351
  8. Fatima Yusuf al-'Ali (born 1953), Kuwaiti short-story writer and novelist.page=351
  9. Sayyida Faruq Muhammad 'Ali (born 1967), Egyptian poet.page=351
  10. Zahiya Muhammad 'Ali (1964-1986), Libyan poet and short-story writer.page=351
  11. Najla' 'Allam (born 1969), Egyptian short-story writer.page=352
  12. Layla 'Allush (born 1948), Palestinian poet and painter.page=352
  13. Qumasha 'Abd al-Rahman al-'Alyan (), Saudi short-story writer.page=352
  14. Lami'a 'Abbas 'Amara (born 1929), Iraqi poet.page=352
  15. Jamila 'Amayra (born 1963), Jordanian short-story writer.page=352

...

  1. Madiha 'Amir (born ?), Egyptian poet.page=354
  2. Ni'mat 'Amir (born ?), Egyptian poet.page=354
  3. Hissa Ibrahim Muhammad al-'Ammar (born ?), Saudi short-story writer.page=354
  4. Wafa' a;-'Amrani (born 1960), Moroccan poet.page=354
  5. 'Ahd Muhammad 'Anani (born ?), Saudi short-story writer.page=354
  6. Salwa al-'Anani (born 1947), Egyptian short-story writer.pages=354-5
  7. Safiya 'Anbar (born ?), Saudi novelist.page=355
  8. Sabiha 'Andani (born ?), Syrian novelist.page=355
  9. Kalizar Anwar (born ?), Iraqi short-story writer and novelist.page=355
  10. Samiya Anwar (born ?), Egyptian writer.page=355
  11. Thérèse Aouad Basbous (born 1934).page=355
  12. Widad al-'Aqil (born ?), Yemeni poet.page=355
  13. Sharifa 'Arabawi (born 1950), Tunisian short-story writer.pages=355-6
  14. Siham 'Arida (born 1947), Palestinian short-story writer and playwright.page=356
  15. Sumaya 'Arisha (born 1954), Egyptian short-story writer.page=356
  16. Ikhlas 'Ata Allah Armaniyus (born ?), Egyptian short-story writer.page=356
  17. 'A'isha al-Arna'ut (born 1946), Syrian poet.page=356
  18. Raja' Arna'ut (born ?), Syrian poet and journalist.page=356

Syria

Steel and Silk

Sami M. Moubayed (2006). Steel & Silk: Men and Women who Shaped Syria 1900-2000. Cune Press. ISBN 978-1-885942-41-8. Retrieved 23 August 2012. 

abbreviations
  1. Al-Gharra / Al-Gharra Society
  2. Al-Tamaddun al-Islami Society / Society of Islamic Urbanization
  3. Damascus Chamber of Commerce
  4. Abd al-Rahman Shahbandar etc. link to People's Party (Syria), when another page is needed for the party founded in 1925
bios
  1. Abdullah Abd al-Daim (born 1924) is a Syrian politician and scholar
  2. Naziq al-Abid (1898-1959) was a Syrian feminist.
  3. Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah (1917-1997) was a Syrian politician.
  4. Abd al-Wahab Abu Saud (1897-1955) was a Syrian actor.
  5. Salama al-Aghawany (1907-1982) was a Syrian monologue artist.
  6. Ahmad Iskandar Ahmad (born 1944) is a Syrian politican, Syria's Information Minister from 1974 to 1983
  7. Munif al-Aidi (1886-1962) was a Syrian physician and nationalist activist.
  8. Shawkat al-Aidi (1897-1926) was a Syrian soldier and nationalist.
  9. Mary Ajamy (1888-1965) was a Syrian journalist and feminist
  10. Sa`id Akash / Sa'id Akash / Said Akash (1892-1941) was a Syrian nationalist.
  11. Naim Antaki (1903-1971) was a Syrian politician.
  12. Ali al-Armanazi (1894 - 21 August 1915) was a Syrian lawyer and newspaper proprietor executed for treason in 1915.
  13. Najib al-Armanazi (1897-1868) was a Syrian activist, diplomat and writer.
  14. Ma'ruf Arnaout / Ma'ruf al-Arna'ut / Ma`ruf Arna`out (1892-1948) was a Syrian writer and dramatist.
  15. Adil Arslan (1882-1954) was a Syrian Arab nationalist and writer.
  16. Faysal al-Asali / Faisal al-Asali (1919-1980) was a Syrian politician, founder of the Social Cooperative Party in Syria.
  17. Shukri al-Asali / Shukri al-`Asali (1868-1916) was a Syrian nationalist politician and journalist.
  18. Rafic al-Asha / Rafiq al-Asha (born 1910) was a Syrian diplomat.
  19. Suhayl al-Ashi / Suhail al-Ashi (1918-2006) was a Syrian ambassador and army general.
  20. Mohammad al-Ashmar (1892-1960) was a Syrian political activist.
  21. Adnan al-Atasi / Adnan al-Atassi / Adnan Atassi (1905-1969) was a Syrian diplomat and politician.
  22. Faydi al-Atasi / Faydi Atasi / Faydi Atassi / Faydi al-Atassi / Faydi el-Atassi (1898-1982) was a Syrian politician
  23. Faysal Atasi / Faysal al-Atasi / Faisal Atassi (1916-1999) was a Syrian soldier, one of the organizers of the 1954 Syrian coup d'état.
  24. Gamal al-Atasi (1922-2000) was a Syrian politician and writer.
  25. Abd al-Ghaffar al-Atrash (died 1942) was a Druze military leader in the Great Syrian Revolt
  26. Hasan al-Atrash (1905-1977) was a Druze Syrian politician
  27. Kamel al-Ayyad (1901-1987) was a Syrian publisher
  28. Shukri al-Ayyubi (1851-1922) was a Syrian army and political leader
  29. Abd al-Qadir al-Azm (1881-1952)
  30. Abd al-Rahman al-Azm (born 1916)
  31. Fawzi al-Azm / Fawzi al-'Azm (1880-1934)
  32. Adil al-Azma (1886-1952) was an Arab nationalist politician.
  33. Nabih al Azma (1886-1971 was a Syrian nationalist politician
  34. Anwar al-Baba (1925-1992) was a Syrian actor
  35. Nasuh Babil (1905-1986) was a Syrian newspaper editor
  36. Awad Barakat (1913-2005) was a Syrian politician
  37. Najib al-Barazi / Najib al Barazi / Najob Agha al-Barazi (1882-1967) was a Syrian nationalist politician. He was leader of the National Bloc and subsequently MP for Hama.
  38. Rashah Barmada (1913-1988)was a Syrian politician
  39. Fakhri al-Barudi (1887-1966) was a Syrian nationalist politician. In the 1930s he founded the paramilitary Steel Shirts.
  40. Wajih al-Barudi (1906-1996) was a Syrian physician and poet.
  41. Adila Bayhum (1900-1975) was a Syrian feminist, humanitarian and writer.
  42. Omar al-Bitar (1886-1946) was a Syrian nationalist military leader.
  43. Mahmud al-Boukhari (1890 - 6 May 1916) was a Syrian nationalist activist, executed for treason by the Ottomans.
  44. Ali Buzo (1916-1966) was a Syrian politician. He was a cofounder of the People's Party in 1948, editing its newspaper, and a minister in the 1950s.
  45. Anastas Chahine (1901-1974) was a Syrian physician and academic.
  46. Nicolas Chahine (1859-1932) was a Syrian police commander.
  47. Abd al-Karim al-Dandashi (born 1917) was a Syrian nationalist, diplomat and politician.
  48. Abd al-Razzaq al-Dandashi (1899-1935) was a Syrian lawyer and nationalist activist, founder of the League of National Action.
  49. Adib al-Dawoudi (1925-2004) was a Syrian diplomat and political adviser.
  50. Badawi al-Dirani / Badawi al-Dayrani (1894-1967) was a Syrian calligrapher.
  51. Ala al-Din Droubi / Alaa al-Din al-Durubi / Alaa al-Din al-Durubi Basha (died 1920) was a Syrian doctor who was briefly Prime Minister of the Arab Kingdom of Syria in 1920.
  52. Sami Droubi (1921-1976) was a Syrian diplomat and writer.
  53. Shaker al-Fahham (1921-2008) was a Syrian writer, one of the founders of the Baath Party.[1]
  54. Nazir Fansa (1918-2005) was a Syrian journalist.
  55. Wisal Farha Bakdash (born 1932) is a Syrian Communist, the widow of Khalid Bakdash
  56. George Faris was a Syrian journalist and biographer
  57. Jamal al-Farra (1911-2005) was a Syrian diplomat and politician.[2]
  58. Abdul Latif Fathi / Abd al-Latif Fathi (1916-1986) was a Syrian actor.
  59. Amin Lutfi al-Hafez (1879-1916) was a Syrian leader of the Arab resistance
  60. Thuraya al-Hafez / Thuraya al-Hafiz (1911-2000) was a Syrian schoolteacher and the first woman to run for the Syrian parliament.
  61. Salma al- Haffar (1923-2006) was a Syrian writer. She was the daughter of Lutfi al-Haffar.[3]
  62. Wajih al-Haffar (?-?) was a Syrian journalist and publisher, publisher of the daily newspaper al-Insha.
  63. Nazih al-Hakim (1921-1993) was a Syrian newspaper publisher and political advisor

HighBeam

  1. Yusuf Ibish (26 March 1926 - 19 January 2003) was a Syrian Islamic scholar, specializing in pre-modern Islamic political thought.[4]

Women from Central Arabia

Dalal bint Makhlad Harbi (2008). Prominent Women from Central Arabia. Garnet & Ithaca Press. ISBN 978-0-86372-327-8. Retrieved 30 August 2012. 

- Aljawharha bint Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Muammar - Aljawharha bint Faisal ibn Turki al-Saud - Aljawharha bint Musaad ibn Jalawi al-Saud - Aljawharha bint Nasir ibn Faisal al-Saud - Aljawharha bint Turki ibn Abd Allah al-Saud - Aljawharha bint Uthman ibn Hamad ibn Muammar - Alya bint Abd al-Aziz ibn Humaiyan - Bunaiyah bint Mutib ibn Abd Allah ibn Rasheed - Dashishah bint Rakan ibn Mandil - Fatimah bint Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab - Fhadah bint al-Asi ibn Shuraim al-Shammari - Fiddah al-Munif al-Murrays - Hasna bint Sulaiman ibn Salim al-Suwaida - Haya bint Salih ibn Nasir al-Shaer - Hussah bint Ahmand ibn Muhammad al-Sudairi - Hussah bint Muhammad al-Fawzan - Hussah bint Salih al-Dahkil - Huwaidiyah bint Ghaidan ibn Jazi al-Shamir - Jawza bint Bandar ibn Muqhim al-Timyat - Luluwah bint Salih ibn Dakhil - Maytha bint Alia al-Salami - Mouaidi bint Abi Hanaya al-Baraziyah - Moudi bint Abd Hanaya al-Baraziyah - Moudi bint Ali al-Muarik - Moudi bint Humud ibn Ubaid ibn Zasheed - Moudi bint Saad ibn Abd Allah al-Dahlawi - Moudi bint Sultan Abu Wahtan - Munirah bint Mishari ibn Hasan al-Saud - Nurah bint Abd Allah ibn Ali ibn Rasheed - Nurah bint Abd al-Aziz ibn Hamad ibn Muammar - Nurah bint Abd al-Aziz ibn Ibrahim al-Hijji - Nurah bint Faisal ibn Turki al-Saud - Nurah al-Muhammad al-Hatlani - Nurah bint Sulaiman ibn Fahd al-Ruhait - Ruqaiyah bint Abd Allah al-Saad al-Salihi - Ruqaiyah bint Awadh ibn Muhammad al-Hijji - Sarah bint Abd Allah ibn Faisal al-Saud - Sarah bint Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Sudairi - Sarah bint Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab - Sarah bint Mishari ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Saud - Sarah bint Turki ibn Abd Allah al-Saud - Shaqra bint Abd Allah ibn Khuzam al-Abd Allah - Thuraya bint Muhammad al-Muzaini - Turaifah bint Ubaid ibn Ali ibn Rasheed - Turfah bint Abd Allah ibn Abd al-Latif al-Shaykh - Turfah bint Faisal ibn Turk al-Saud - Turfah bint Muhammad al-Khuraiyef - Wadha bint Hashim ibn Faraj al-Ghuraiyes - Wadha bint Muhammad ibn Husain ibn Urayir - Wadha bint Rasheed ibn Salih al-Shammari - Zainab al-Muhammad al-Ajmi

Poetry

Modern Arabic poetry

Salma Khadra Jayyusi (1987). Modern Arabic Poetry: An Anthology. Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-05273-3. Retrieved 31 August 2012. 

- Al-Akhtal al-Saghir - Ibrahim Naji - Amin Nakhla - Mikha'il Nu'aima - Ma'ruf al-Rasafi - Abu al-Qasim al-Shabbi - Ahmad Shauqi - Ali Mahmud Taha - Jamil S. al-Zahawi - Hasan Abdallah - Muhammad Abd al-Hayy - Abd al-Razzaq Abd al-Wahid - Shauqi Abi Shaqra - Ali Ja'far al-Allaq - Muhammad al-As'ad - Abd-Allah al-Baraduni - Saleem Barakat - Abd al-Wahhab al-Bayyati - Mohammad Bennis - Mahmoud al-Buraikan - Ahmad Dahbur - Zuhur Dixon - Salah Fa'iq - Muhammad al-Faituri - Muhammad al-Ghuzzi - Qasim Haddad - Yasin Taha Hafiz - Buland al-Haidari - Unsi al-Haj - Khalil Hawi - Ahmad Abd al-Mu'ti Hijazi - Rashid Husain - Hasab al-Shaikh Ja'far - Shafiq al-Kamali - Abd al-Karim Kassid - Ali Abdallah Khalifa - Khalil Khouri - Sami Mahdi - Isam Mahfouz - M. M. al-Majdhoub - Khairi Mansour - Abd al-'Aziz al-Maqalih - Orkhan Muyassar - Huda Na'mani - Amjad Nasir - Salah Niyazi - Sayf al-Rahabi - Fu'ad Rifqa - Su'ad al-Mubarak al-Sabah - Kamal Sabti - Hameed Sa'id - Yusuf al-Sa'igh - Laila al-Sa'ih - Saniyya Salih - Mai Sayigh - Tawfiq Sayigh - Ali al-Sharqawi - Abdallah al-Tayyib - Khalil Touma - Mamdouh Udwan - Ahmad al-Mushari al-Udwani - Al-Munsif al-Wahaybi - Khalifa al-Wugayyan - Sadi Yusuf

Poets of protest

Poets of Protest at Al Jazeera: Hala Mohammad - Mazen Maarouf - Al Khadra (poet) - Manal Al Sheikh - Yehia Jaber

Contemporary Arab thought

Boullata, Issa J. (1990). Trends and issues in contemporary Arab thought. State University of New York Press. ISBN 978-0-7914-0194-1. Retrieved 31 August 2012. 

  1. Tayyib Tizini / Tayeb Tizini / Al-Tayeb Tizini / Al-Tayyib Tizini / Tayyeb Tizini Tayeb Tizini (born 1934) is a Syrian Marxist philosopher.[5]
  2. Muhammad Amara

Arabic personalities

From http://www.al-hakawati.net/english/Arabpers/personalities_index.asp

  1. Abd allah ibn Trad al Bayruti / ‘Abd Allah Ibn Mikha’il Ibn Trad al-Bayruti / ʻAbd Allāh ibn Ṭirād al-Bayrūtī / 'Abdallah Trad al-Bayrouti / Abdallah Ibn Miha'il Trad al-Bayruti - see http://documents.irevues.inist.fr/bitstream/handle/2042/35355/po_2002_161.pdf?sequence=1
  2. Abdel Kader el Samihi / Abd al-Qadir Sumayhi / 'Abd al-Qadir al-Samihi is a Moroccan writer writing in both Arabic and French.
  3. Abdel Rahman el Sharkawi / ʻAbd al-Raḥmān Sharqāwī / Abdel Rahman el Sharkawi / Abdel Rahman al-Sharqawi / Abd al-Rahman al-Sharqawi (1920-1987)
  4. Abdel Rahman Fahmy / Abdel Rahman Fahmi http://viaf.org/viaf/290373836/
  5. Aisha bint Ahmad al-Qurtubiya was an Andalusian poet and calligrapher
  6. ali Bin Saleh al-Tabari
  7. al-Idrisi, Abu Abd allah Muhammad
  8. al-Kahhal
  9. al-Sabi Thabit ibn Qurrah al-Harrani
  10. Anis Sayegh
  11. Awad Abdelrahim Abdelgader
  12. Aziz ali al-Masri
  13. Badi al-Zaman Ismail ibn al-Razzaz al-Jazari
  14. Bahithat al-Badiya
  15. Bin Abi Usaybah
  16. Bin Jazla
  17. Bin Qurra
  18. Buthaina al-Nasiri
  19. Butros Bustani
  20. Edward El Kharrat
  21. Firdawsi / Abul Qasim Mansur
  22. Haggag Hasson Oddoul
  23. Hanan al-Shaikh
  24. Hanna Musa Nasir
  25. Haseeb al Kayyali
  26. Hoda Badran
  27. Houda Naamani
  28. Hufsa bint al-Hajj al-Rakuni
  29. ibn al Quff
  30. ibn al–Nafis
  31. ibn Baytar ? (Bitar?)
  32. Itab Huraib
  33. Izzat Pasha al-Abed
  34. Kamal Butros Nasir
  35. Khairiya Saqqaf
  36. Mahmoud Taymour
  37. Mamdouh Udwan
  38. Marie-Aimée Helie-Lucas
  39. Mary Ajami
  40. Masour al-Hazmi
  41. Mishka Mojabber Mourani
  42. Mohamed Kamel Hussein
  43. Muhyi al-Din al-Tai ibn al-Arabi
  44. Nadia Guendouz
  45. Najib Azuri
  46. Nassib Arida
  47. Naziq al-Abid
  48. Nicolas Ziade
  49. Omar Abu Rishi
  50. Omar al Khayyam
  51. Raff Ellis
  52. Rashad Rushdi
  53. Saheir el Kalamawi
  54. Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi
  55. Samira Azzam
  56. Shafiq Jabri
  57. Shihab al-Din ibn Majid
  58. Shirley Saad
  59. Shukry Mohammed Ayyad
  60. Tawfiq al Hakim
  61. Wadida Wassef
  62. Warda al-Turk
  63. Warda al-Yaziji
  64. Yahia al-Samawy
  65. Youssef el Sebai
  66. Yuhanna bin Masaweh
  67. Zainaba
  68. Ziryab / Abu al-Hasan ali ibn Nafi
  69. Zubayda bint Ja’far ibn Mansur

arabphilosophers

  1. Abu Ya'arub Almarzouki / Abu Ya'arub Elmarzouki [1]
  2. George Tarabishi [2]
  3. Hussam Alalussi [3]

Egypt

Egyptian figures

Politics

Ahmad Orabi (see Ahmed ‘Urabi) - Abdel Kader Hatem - Abdel-Khaliq Hassouna - Abdel-Rahman Azzam - Fahmi al-Noqrashi (see Mahmoud El Nokrashy Pasha) - Sabri Abu-Alam - Sidqi Suleiman -

Sciences

Al-Falaki, Mahmud Ahmad Hamdi - Ahmad Zaki (chemist) / Ahmed Zaki Mohamed Hussein Akef (born 1894), Egyptian chemist -

Literature

Louis Awadh - Abdel-Rahman al-Raf'ee - Abdel-Rahman al-Sharqawi - Youssef Idrees (see Yusuf Idris) - Youssef al-Sebai - Mostafa Lotfi al Manfalouti - Tharwat Abaza - Dr. Abdul Qader al-Qot - Ibrahim Abdel Qader al Mazni - Fikry Abaza - Amina al-Said - Abdel-Hamid Gouda as-Sahhar - Dr. Sohair al-Qalamawi - Al-Haleem Abduallah - Mahmoud Taymour - Rose al-Youssef - Muhammad Mahmoud Sha'ban -

Religion

Ahmad Hassan al-Baquri - Atteya Saqr - Gad al-Haqq Ali Gad al-Haqq - Mahmud K. al-Hossari - Mohammad al-Ghazali - Mohammad al-Fahham - Mohammad Metwali al-Shaarawi

Art

Mohamed Nagi - Mahmoud Said - Sabri Raghib - Inji Eflatou - Gamal al-Sigini - Mahmoud Mukhtar - El Hussein Fawzi - Tahiya Halim - Youssef Kamel - Hassan al-Basha - Said Hedayyah -

Music

Sayed Mekawi - Abdul-Halim Hafez - Mohammed Abdul-Wahab - Riadh al-Sonbati - Laila Murad - Mohammad al-Qasabgi - Zakareya Ahmed - Kamal al-Tawil - Muhammad Kamel al-Khola'ie - Muharam Fouad - Mohammad Kandeel - Muneer Murad - Muhammad Hassan -

Poetry

Muhammad Bayram al-Tunsi

Cinema

Abdul-Moneim Madbouli - Assya - Aziza Amir - Bahiga Hafez - Dawlat Abiad - Fouad al-Mohandes - Hoda Sultan - Mahmoud Morsi - Shadi Abd al-Salam - Shadya - Yehia Shahin - Youssef Shahin

Sport

Helmi Zamura - Mohammad Rashwan -

Theatre

George Abiad - Sa'ad Eddin Wahba - Naguib al Rihani - Tawfiq al Hakim - Ameen al-Heneidi - Salah al-Saqqa -

Intellectuals

Ahmed Ameen - Qassem Ameen - Abdul-Aziz Gaweesh - Ahmad Lotfi al-Sayyed - Refa'ah Rafie' al-Tahtawi - Muhammad Abdou - Osman Amin - Ahmed Shafiq - Nabaweya Moussa - Dr.Mustafa Mahmud -

Egypt Independent

Obituaries
  1. Amal Kenawy (died 20 August 2012) was an Egyptian artist.[6]
  2. Ramadan Khater (died 29 November 2011) was an Egyptian storyteller, actor and comedian.[7]
  3. Talaat Zein (1955 - 14 August 2011) was an Egyptian musician. [8]
  4. Maghoub Omar (1932 - 17 March 2012) was an Egyptian communist and Palestinian resistance fighter.[9]
  5. Fouad Khalil (19 July 1940 - 9 April 2012) was an Egyptian comic actor.[10]
Profiles
  1. Abou Hamed (born 14 March 1973) is an Egyptian politician.[11]
  2. Sheikh Naqshabandi / Sheikh Sayed Mohamed al-Naqshabandi / Sayed Mohamed al-Naqshabandi (1920-1976) was an Egyptian munshid.[12]
  3. Kamal el-Helbawy (born 1939) is an Egyptian Islamist activist.[13]
  4. Junior Malek / Ahmed Malek is an Egyptian student activist.[14]
  5. Ghada Khalifa is an Egyptian poet, painter and book cover designer.[15]
  6. Ahmed Ezzat is an Egyptian socialist lawyer.[16]
  7. Mostafa Shouman is an Egyptian activist.[17]
  8. Nader Bakkar (born 1984) is an Egyptian Salafi politician, spokesman for the Nour Party.[18]
  9. Ramy Dozy is an Egyptian artist.[19]

HighBeam

  1. Qari Abul Ainain Shu'aisha (1922-2011) was an Egyptian Quran reciter.
  2. Hosny Gendy (died 2003) was an Egyptian journalist, editor-in-chief of Al-Ahram Weekly.
  3. Chehata Haroun (died 2001) was an Egyptian politician, lawyer and writer. He was a founding member of the Egyptian Communist Party.
  4. Lutfi el-Kholi (1927 - 4 February 1999) was an Egyptian columnist and political activist.[20]
  5. Abd Al-Wahhab Muhammad () was an Egyptian collooquial poet and songwriter.[21]
  6. Huda Sultan (15 August 1925 - 2006) was an Egyptian actress.[22]
  7. Buland al-Haidari / Bulland al-Haidari (26 September 1926 - 6 August 1996) was an Iraqi poet, critic and activist.[23]
  8. Hassan El Asmar / Hassan El-Asmar (1959-2011) was an Egyptian folk singer.[24]
  9. Younis Shalabi / Younis Al Shalabi (died 2007) was an Egyptian comic actor.[25]
  10. Constantine Nicandros was an oil executive, president of Conoco from 1983 to 1995. "Perhaps the most international of U.S. oil company executives", Nicandros was born to Greek parents in Egyot.[26]
  11. Jaro Hilbert (21 June 1897 - 1 March 1997) was a Czech-born artist. From 1926 to 1962 he lived and worked in Egypt, thereafter moving to Paris.[27]

People's Assembly

Full list coming soon.[28]

Non-elected members
  1. "The ten non-elected members of the upcoming People's Assembly are: Tarek Makram Shaker, Yasser Salah Abdel Megid, Abdullah Mohamed El-Mogazi, Abdullah Selim Gahama, George Nagi Mesiha, Sherif Mohamed Abdel Hamid, Omar Saber Abdel Gelil, Suzie Adly Nashed, Bryan Malak Kamal and Hana Girgis Gris."[29]

Current members of the Constituent Assembly

The list of current members of the Constituent Assembly was announced in June 2012. [30] Several had been announced as members in March, but others were replaced.[31]


Name Month elected Parliamentary Category Party Notes
Abd El-Send Yamama June Professor of international law at Minufiya University
Abdel El-Galil Mostafa June General coordinator for National Association for Change
Abdel-Diyam Mohamed Nossair June Adviser to Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar
Abdel-Fattah Khattab / Abdel Fatah Khatab March non-parliamentary Head of the Coalition for Tourism Workers, representative of the General Union of Egypt's Labours Unions
Abdel-Rahman El-Bar / Abdel Rahman El-Bar March non-parliamentary Islamic scholar, professor at Al-Azhar University and member of the Muslim Brotherhood
Abdel-Rahman Mohamed Shukry / Abdel Rahman Shoukry March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party Head of the Farmers’ Syndicate
Abdullah Said Abul-Ezz June Freedom and Justice Party Judge
Abul-Ela Madi June Al-Wasat Party Leader of moderate-Islamist al-Wasat Party
Adel Abdel-Hamid Abdullah / Adel Abdel Hamid March non-parliamentary Judge, justice minister until 2 August 2012
Ahmed Diab March People's Assembly Secretary-general of Muslim Brotherhood's parliamentary bloc
Ahmed Ibrahim El-Halwani June Freedom and Justice Party Head of the Teachers Syndicate
Ahmed Maher Ibrahim Tantawi June April 6 Youth Movement founder
Ahmed Mohamed Khalifa March non-parliamentary Cassation lawyer, representative of the State Council
Ahmed Omar June Head of the Students Union at Zagazig University in Al Sharqia Governorate
Ali Fath El-Bab March Shura Council; Resigned. Freedom and Justice Party Member of the Shura Council, parliamentary spokesperson for the Freedom and Justice Party and head of the council's majority. Resigned 15 July 2012 to protect the CA from arguments as to its consitutionality.[32]
Amani Abul-Fadl June Member of the International Islamic Committee for Woman and Child
Amr Daraag June Freedom and Justice Party Leading Freedom and Justice Party member
Amr Moussa June Former presidential candidate, ex-minister of foreign affairs and former Arab League secretary-general
Ashraf Abdel-Ghafour / Ashraf Abdel Ghafour March non-parliamentary Actor, head of Egyptian Actors Syndicate
Ashraf Thabet Saad El-Din June Al-Nour Party Deputy president of the People's Assembly of Egypt
Atef El-Banna March non-parliamentary Professor of constitutional law at Cairo University, former member of 2011 Constitutional Amendments Committee
Atiya Fiyad June Professor of Islamic jurisprudence Al-Azhar University
Ayman Ali March non-parliamentary Vice President or Secretary General of the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe
Ayman Nour June Ghad El-Thawra Party Former presidential candidate, leader of Ghad El-Thawra Party
Bahaa El-Din Abul-Shoka June New Wafd Party Prominent lawyer, leading New Wafd Party member
Bassam El-Sayid Hassenein Metawly / Bassam Metawlly March non-parliamentary Al-Nour Party MP for Al-Nour, initially identified as non-parliamentary 'prominent figure'
Bishop John Paul Fatla June Vice chairman of the International Council of Churches for Catholics
Bishop Paul June Coptic Orthodox Church representative
Dawood El-Baz June Professor of law at Damanhour University
Edward Ghalab June Judge
Ekrami Saad June Revolutionary
Emad El-Din Abdel-Ghafour June Al-Nour Party Chairman of the Al-Nour Party
Emad Hussein Hassan / Emad Hussein March non-parliamentary General, deputy interior minister, representative of the police in the Constituent Assembly and former head of the Egyptian Police Academy
Essam Abdel-Rahman Sultan / Essam Sultan March People's Assembly Al-Wasat Party Lawyer and Al-Wasat MP
Essam El-Erian March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party Head of parliament's foreign affairs committee and leading Freedom and Justice Party member
Farid Ismail March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party
Farouk Gowida March non-parliamentary Poet and writer
Fouad Badrawy June New Wafd Party Vice president of the New Wafd Party
Gaber Gad Nasar June Professor of constitutional law at Cairo University
Gamal Gebriel June Professor of law at Helwan University
Hassan Mahmoud Abdel-Latif June Head of the Academy of the Arabic Language in Cairo
Hossam El-Gheriany March non-parliamentary Judge, head of Supreme Judicial Council, known for his closeness to the Muslim Brotherhood, led the 2005 reformist movement in the judiciary. Head of the CA; threatened resignation in response to
Huda Ghonia March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party
Hussein Hamed Hassan / Hamed Hassan / Sheikh Hamed Hassan March non-parliamentary Member of the International Union for Muslim Scholars, Former professor of Islamic Sharia in the Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences at Cairo University, one of the most prominent advocates for Islamic finance in the Arab world
Hussein Ibrahim March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party
Khaled Mahmoud El-Azhary / Khaled Al-Azhary March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party MP for the Freedom and Justice Party
Maged Mamdouh Kamel Shabita / Maged Shabita March non-parliamentary Professor of constitutional law, Member of the Council of State
Maher Ali Ahmed El-Bahairy / Maher Ahmed? y? Shura Council? First deputy of the constitutional court head
Mahmoud Ghozlan June Official Muslim Brotherhood spokesman
Mamdouh El-Wali March non-parliamentary Head of the Journalists' Syndicate
Mamdouh Shahin March non-parliamentary Lieutenant-General, defence minister's aide for legal affairs and a SCAF member
Manal El-Tiby / Manal El-Tiaby / Manal El-Taiby / Manal Al-Taibi June; resigned 16 August. Nubian rights activist, head of the Egyptian Centre for Housing Rights (ECHR). Resigned 16 August 2012, complaining of Islamist harassment of liberal assembly ministers.[33]
Manar El-Shorobagy June Professor of political science
Moatez Belallah Abdel-Fattah / Moatez Abdel Fatah March non-parliamentary Professor of political science, former prime ministerial adviser to Essam Sharaf and former member of advisory council to SCAF
Mohamed Abdel-Alim Daud / Mohamed Dawoud March People's Assembly New Wafd Party MP for the New Wafd Party, Deputy People's Assembly Speaker
Mohamed Abdel-Gawad / Mohamed Abdel Gowad March non-parliamentary Head of the Pharmacists' Syndicate, member of the Muslim Brotherhood
Mohamed Abdel-Moneim El-Sawy June Independent Independent MP, head of parliament's culture, media and tourism committee and Hadara Party founder
Mohamed Ahmed Abdel-Kader June New Wafd Party Farmers' representatives for the New Wafd Party
Mohamed Ahmed Atta Omara June Al-Nour Party MP for Al-Nour Party
Mohamed Ahmed Sherif / Mohamed Ahmed El-Sherif March non-parliamentary President of Minia University
Mohamed Ali Bashr June Professor in engineering at Minufiya University
Mohamed Amara March non-parliamentary Prominent Islamic thinker [[[:ar:محمد_عمارة|ar]]
Mohamed Anwar El-Sadat March People's Assembly Reform and Development Party MP, head of parliament's human rights committee and leader of the liberal Reform and Building Party ar
Mohamed El-Beltagi March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party MP, Parliament speaker and leading Freedom and Justice Party figure
Mohamed Fouad Gadallah June Vice president of the Council of State
Mohamed Ibrahim Hassan June Prominent Salafist preacher
Mohamed Ibrahim Kamel June New Wafd Party MP for the New Wafd Party
Mohamed Khairy Abdel-Diyam June Former head of the Doctors' Syndicate
Mohamed Magdy El-Din Barkat June Head of the military prosecution
Mohamed Maged Kholousy / Mohamed Khalosy March non-parliamentary Head of Egyptian Engineers' Syndicate, member of the Muslim Brotherhood
Mohamed Mahmoud Abdel-Salem Abdel-Latif June Lawyer from Al-Azhar youth
Mohamed Mahsoub Abdel-Maguid / Mohamed Mahsoub / Mohamed Mahsoob June Al-Wasat Party Leading Al-Wasat Party member and law professor at Minufiya University. ar
Mohamed Mohi El-Din Mohamed June Professor of engineering
Mohamed Nagi Darballa June Vice president of the Court of Cassation
Mohamed Saad Gawish / Mohamed Saad Abdel Karim Gawish June Young member of the Salafist Call, representative of the youth
Mohamed Selim El-Awa June Al-Wasat Party Former presidential candidate, Islamist thinker, lawyer, and Al-Wasat Party co-founder
Mohamed Yousry Ibrahim / Mohamed Yosri Ibrahim / Ibrahim Mohamed Yousry March non-parliamentary Al-Nour Party Salafist preacher and former Al-Nour Party spokesman, lost parliamentary elections to MP Mostafa Al-Nagr in Nasr City area. [[[:ar:محمد_يسري_إبراهيم|ar]]
Mouncif Naguib Soliman June Judge and member of the Church's general congregation council
Nader Bakkar / Nadr Bakar March non-parliamentary Al-Nour Party Al-Nour Party spokesman
Nasr Farid Wassel / Sheikh Nasr Farid Wassel March non-parliamentary Al-Azhar Sheikh and former Grand Mufti of Egypt, 1996 to 2002
Omaima Kamel June Freedom and Justice Party MP for the Freedom and Justice Party
Osama Mohamed El-Abd June Head of Al-Azhar University
Osama Yassin March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party Head of parliamentary youth committee
Safwat Naguib June Priest
Said Abdel Azim June Member of the Islamic Legitimate Body of Rights and Reformation and a Salafist figure in Alexandria
Salah Abdel-Maboud Fiyad June Al-Nour Party MP for Al-Nour Party
Sameh Ashour March non-parliamentary Head of Egyptian Lawyers Syndicate, former leader of the Nasserite Party
Samir Marcus / Samir Morcos June Liberal Christian thinker and writer
Shaaban Abdel-Hamid Darwish June Islamic scholar
Shaaban Ahmed Abdel-Alim June Head of the parliamentary education committee
Shahira Halim Dos June New Wafd Party Political activist and member of New Wafd Party
Soad Kamel Rizk June Dean of Faculty of Management and Information Systems, French University in Egypt
Sobhi Saleh March People's Assembly Freedom and Justice Party Leading Freedom and Justice Party member
Taher Abdel-Mohsen / Taher Maher Mohsen June; Resigned 15 July Shura Council Freedom and Justice Party Resigned 15 July 2012 to protect the CA from arguments as to its consitutionality.[34]
Talaat Marzouk Abdel-Aziz June Head of the parliamentary suggestions and complaints committee
Taymour Fawzy Mostafa June Chairman of the Administrative Prosecution Authority
Wahid Abdel-Maguid June Professor of political science
Walid Abdel-Awal / Walid Abdel Awal Mahrous / Walid Abdel Awal Mahmoud / Walid Mahrous March People's Assembly Al-Nour Party MP for Al-Nour Party, sometimes described as independent MP / political analyst
Yasser El-Borhami June Al-Nour Party Salafist Sheikh and Al-Nour Party co-founder
Younis Makhioun June Al-Nour Party MP for Al-Nour Party

Former Constitutional Assembly members

Members of the Constitutional Assembly announced in March 2012 who did not remain in the Assembly after June.[31][35]

Name Parliamentary category Party Notes
Saad ElKatatni People's Assembly FJP Speaker of the People's Assembly
Tarek El-Dessouki / Tarek El Dessouki / Tarek El Dessouky / Tarek Dessouky People's Assembly FJP Head of People's Assembly Economic Affairs Committee
Yousri Hani People's Assembly FJP
Sobhi Saleh / Sobri Saleh People's Assembly FJP Head of People's Assembly Constitutional Affairs Committee
Ahmed Abdel Rahman People's Assembly FJP
Mohamed Mansour People's Assembly Al-Nour Party
Mahmoud El-Sakka People's Assembly Al-Nour Party
Margaret Azar People's Assembly New Wafd Party Christian woman MP
Ahmed Hassan Said People's Assembly; resigned from CA. Free Egyptians Party Leader of the liberal Free Egyptians Party. Resigned in protest at the composition of the Constituent Assembly.[36]
Saad Aboud People's Assembly Kamara Party MP for the Nasserite Kamara Party
Ziad Bahaa El-Din / Ziad Bahaaeddin People's Assembly. Resigned from CA. Egyptian Social Democratic Party Resigned 25 March 2012 in protest at the composition of the Assembly.[37]
Hany Nour El-Din / Hani Nour Eldin People's Assembly Reconstruction and Development Party
Abbas Mokhamair People's Assembly Former Lt. General, head of PA National Security and Defence Committee
Mahmoud El-Khodeiry / Mahmoud Khodeiry / Mahmoud al-Khodeiry / Mahmoud al-Khodeiri / Mahmoud El-Khodeiri People's Assembly Reformist judge and head of PA Legislative Affairs Committee
Amr Hamazawy People's Assembly; resigned from CA. Liberal political science professor and analyst. Resigned from the Constituent Assembly in protest at its composition.[38]
Amr El-Shobaki People's Assembly Liberal political science professor and analyst
Ahmed Fahmy Shura Council FJP Speaker of Shura Council
Susan Zaghloul / Susan Saad Zaghloul / Susan Saad Zaglol Shura Council FJP Woman MP
Moussa Hozyan Shura Council FJP
Taher Soliman Shura Council FJP
Mohamed Talaat Khashaba Shura Council FJP
Ezz El-Din Abdel Wahab Shura Council FJP
Mohamed Tousoun Shura Council FJP
Tarek El-Sihari / Tarek El Sihari Shura Council Al-Nour Party Deputy chairman of Shura Council
Abdel Salem Rageb / Abdel Salam Ragheb / Abdel-Salam Ragheb / Abdel Al-Salam Ragheb Mousa Shura Council; resigned from CA 15 July 2012. Al-Nour Party Resigned 15 July 2012 to protect the CA from arguments as to its consitutionality.[39]
Hassan Omar Shura Council; Resigned from CA 15 July. Al-Nour Party Member of Education and Scientific Research Committee. Resigned 15 July 2012 to protect the CA from arguments as to its consitutionality.[40]
Ehab Kharat / Ehab El-Kharrat Shura Council; resigned from CA Egyptian Social Democratic Party Psychiatrist. Resigned 25 March 2012 in protest at the composition of the Assembly.[41]
Ali Awad Saleh Non-parliamentary Judge, deputy chairman of the Supreme Constitutional Court
Mona Makram Ebeid Non-parliamentary; resigned. Liberal politician and former parliamentarian from famous Christian family, professor at the American University in Cairo. Resigned 26 March 2012 in protest at Islamist domination of the assembly.[42]
Nadia Mostafa Non-parliamentary Professor of political science
Mohamed Fathy Rifaah El Tahatawy / Mohamed Fathy Refaa El Tahtawy / Mohamed Fathi Refaa El-Tahtawi Non-parliamentary Ambassador, former spokesperson of Al-Azhar who resigned in the early days of the January 25 Revolution, joining the protesters in Tahrir Square
Al-Siyad El-Badawy / El-Sayed el-Badawy / El-Sayed el-Badawi Non-parliamentary New Wafd Party Head of liberal Wafd Party
Abdel Aziz Abdel Shafie / Abdul-Aziz Abdul-Shafi Non-parliamentary Veteran Al Ahly SC footballer and former coach
Ahmed El-Sayid El-Naggar / Ahmed El-Sayed El-Naggar Non-parliamentary Economics researcher and expert in Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies
Ayman Fouad El-Marakabi Non-parliamentary Freshman in the dentistry faculty at the University of Mansoura, representative of Egyptian universities believed to be related to the general secretary of FJP
Nabil Marhim Non-parliamentary Judge, Coptic Christian and member in the General Congregation Council of the Egyptian Coptic Church
Rafik Habib / Rafiq Habib Non-parliamentary FJP Protestant Christian nationalist thinker and writer, deputy chairman of Freedom and Justice Party
Ahmed Harara Non-parliamentary; resigned. Dentist who lost both his eyes in 2011 while protesting during the Egyptian revolution. Resigned in protest at the composition of the Assembly.[43]
Mohamed Abu Ghar / Mohamed Abul-Ghar Non-parliamentary; resigned. Egyptian Social Democratic Party Leader of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party, physician and university professor among the founders of the 9 March Movement calling for the independence of universities from the state. Resigned 25 March 2012 in protest at the composition of the Assembly.[44]
Abdel Ghaffr Shukr / Abdel Ghaffar Shukr Non-parliamentary Socialist Popular Alliance Party Leading member of the Socialist Popular Alliance Party and deputy president of the Arab and African Research Centre in Cairo
Ibrahim El-Arabi / Ibrahim El Arabi Non-parliamentary Engineer, businessman and industrialist, head of the Cairo Chamber of Commerce; close to the Muslim Brotherhood
Fatimah Mohamed Abu Ziad / Fatimah Abu Ziad / Fatima Abu Ziad / Fatima Mahmoud Abu Ziad Non-parliamentary Woman member of the Muslim Brotherhood, responsible for students file in the Brotherhood, daughter of Mahmoud Abu Ziad
Magdy Shenouda Non-parliamentary Christian lawyer, former attorney of Pope Shenouda III
Osama Ibrahim Non-parliamentary Head of the University of Alexandria, professor of medicine and member of the Muslim Brotherhood
Gamal Nawara Non-parliamentary Professor of engineering at the University of Zagazig
Sherif Abdel Azim Non-parliamentary Doctor and founder of the Rasala Charity Foundation
Hasan Lashin Non-parliamentary Head of the Egyptians Abroad Fund in Saudi Arabia
Mobaad El-Gerhai Non-parliamentary Professor in Islamic finance
Abdel Hady El-Kasaby Non-parliamentary Head of Sufi Orders in Egypt
Mostafa Kamel El-Siyad Non-parliamentary Socialist Popular Alliance Party Professor of political science at the American University in Cairo
Abdullah Kandeel Non-parliamentary Representative of the General Egyptian Chamber of Commerce
Yahia El-Dakrory / Yehia Ragheb Dakrory / Yehia Dakrouri / Yehya Ragheb Dakrouri / Yahya Dakrouri / Yehia El-Dakrouri Non-parliamentary Former chairman of Judges' Club and deputy chairman of State Council, opponent of female judges

Apparently Emad Gad and former finance minister Hazem El-Beblawi were two more Egyptian Social Democratic Party members who resigned in protest. Also two other Free Egyptians Party politicians, as well as Ahmed Said: the former Capital Market Authority director Hani Serieddin and Basel Adel.[45]

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