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Mohammed Zuhdi Nashashibi
Jerusalem, Palestine
(1925-    )
Mohammed Zuhdi Nashashibi - Member of the PLO Central Council; Chair of the PNF in Amman and Tunis; Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Al-Quds University, Jerusalem.
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Mohammed al Nashashibi

Born in Jerusalem in 1925; former Palestinian Ba‘ath leader in Syria; after 1960, pro-Nasserist; long-term independent PLO Exec. Committee member, heading the PLO Economics Dept.; member of the PLO Central Council;

Served as Chair of the PNF in Amman and Tunis; former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Al-Quds University, Jerusalem; member of the PA’s High Council for Refugee Camps;

Returned to Palestine following the signing of the Oslo Accords in June 1994 via Jericho as first PLO Exec. Committee member to do so; was appointed PA Finance Minister, serving in the post from 1994-2000; was appointed by Pres. Yasser Arafat as member of the ‘Palestinian Higher Development Council’, established in Jan. 2000 with the goal to promote investment in the PA and to control PA financial matters; currently serves as head of the PLO Economic Dept..

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