Muhammed Taher Pasha

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Muhammed Taher Pasha (1879 – 1970) (Arabic: محمد طاهر باشا‎) was an Egyptian doctor of Turkish origin in political sciences and the founder of the Mediterranean Games.[1] He was the chairman of the Egyptian Olympic Committee and also a member of the Executive Commission of the International Olympic Committee from 1952 to 1957.

Taher Pasha convinced the National Olympic Committees of the Mediterranean countries 1948 Summer Olympics held in London to create the Mediterranean Games.

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  1. ^ Mediterranean Games
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Prince Isma'il Daoud
President of the Egyptian Olympic Committee
1946–1954
Succeeded by
Abdel Rahman Amin