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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

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 [...]

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Adnan, Abu-Odeh

(Palestine, 1933 – ) Political Adviser, Diplomat Adnan Abu Odeh, a Jordanian long-time administration and political insider, diplomat and intellectual, was an advisor to both King Abdullah and King Hussein, and served as Jordan’s permanent representative to the United Nations (1992-1995). Here he provided his knowledge and perspectives on the various dimensions of the Middle East crises, politics and history; the [...]

Posted in Jordan, Middle East Situation