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Category Archives: Israel-Arab War (1967)

Tomeh, George J.

(Syria, 1922 – 2004) Diplomat Dr. George Tomeh was appointed Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations in 1965. During his time as a delegate to the United Nations, which started in 1945, Dr. Tomeh participated in committees dealing with a wide range of subjects, from decolonization to multilateral action apartheid. Dr. Tomeh served as President of the Security Council [...]

Posted in Israel-Arab War (1967), Syria

Sisco, Joseph J.

(United States, 1919 – 2004) Foreign Policy Specialist Mr. Joseph J. Sisco was appointed the United States Representative to the United Nations Security Council in 1967. At this time he also served as United States Representative to the Fifth Special Session of the General Assembly on the Middle East as well as Political Advisor for the United States Delegation to the United Nations General Assembly. Mr. Sisco then [...]

Posted in Israel-Arab War (1967), U Thant, United States of America

Pachachi, Adnan

(Iraq, 1923 – ) Diplomat, Politician Mr. Adnan Pachachi served as the Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations from 1959 to 1965. Following this, he returned to Iraq and was appointed as the Minister of Foreign Affairs, serving under the regime of Presidents Abdul Salam Arif and Abdul Rahman Arif. In 1967, Mr. [...]

Posted in Israel-Arab War (1967), Middle East Situation

Nusseibeh, Hazem Zaki

(Jordan, 1922 – ) Diplomat A long-time Jordanian Ambassador to the United Nations, Mr. Hazem Zaki Nusseibeh was appointed as the Foreign Minister of Jordan from 1962 to 1966. Mr. Nusseibeh was also the Minister of the Hashemite Royal Court and political adviser to King Hussein and Minister of Reconstruction and Development from 1967 to [...]

Posted in Israel-Arab War (1967), Israel-Arab War (1973), Jordan, Middle East Situation

Kidron, Mordecai

(Israel) Diplomat Mordecai Kidron served as the Deputy Head of the Israeli Permanent Delegation to the United Nations from 1953 to 1958. He was at the United Nations Headquarters in New York during the onset of the 1956 Suez Crisis and witnessed how the peace and security atmosphere rapidly changed. Following his time at the United Nations, Mr. Kidron served in [...]

Posted in Dag Hammarskjöld, Israel, Israel-Arab War (1967), Israel-Arab War (1973), Suez Question, U Thant

Jarring, Gunnar

(Sweden, 1907 – 2002) Diplomat, Turkologist Mr. Gunnar Jarring was appointed as Sweden's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 1956. He had previously served in several diplomatic posts with the Swedish Foreign Service, including in Teheran, Baghdad and Addis Ababa and as Swedish Minister to India. He represented Sweden in the Security Council in 1957 and 1958, while [...]

Posted in Israel-Arab War (1967), Middle East Situation, Security Council, U Thant

Hamarneh, Mustafa

(Jordan, 1953 – ) Scholar, Political Analyst Dr. Mustafa Hamarneh was at a boarding school on the West Bank of Jordan when the Six Days War broke out in 1967. At the age of fourteen, he travelled with his brother from the Israeli-occupied West Bank to reunite with his family in Amman, Jordan. Dr. Hamarneh became an influential Jordanian political analyst [...]

Posted in Israel-Arab War (1967), Jordan

El-Farra, Muhammad

(Jordan) Diplomat Muhammad el-Farra was the Jordanian Ambassador to the United Nations from 1965 to 1971, and served as President of the Security Council in March 1966. Before his time at the United Nations Mr. el-Farra studied law at Suffolk University. He first became a member of the Jordan Delegation to the United Nations in 1958, representing Jordan in the Security Council, Economic and [...]

Posted in Israel-Arab War (1967), Security Council