Abbas Jirari

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Abbas Jirari
Born (1937-02-15) February 15, 1937 (age 81)
NationalityMoroccan
OccupationIntellectual, civil servant
EmployerMohammed VI of Morocco
Known forAdviser of Mohammed VI of Morocco

Abbas Jirari (Arabic: عباس الجراري‎ born 15 February 1937 in Rabat), also known as Abbas al-Jarari, Abbas al-Jirari or Abbès Jirari, is a Moroccan intellectual and advisor to King Mohammed VI of Morocco.

Biography[edit]

Jirari studied Arabic language and literature at the University of Cairo in Egypt and worked in the Moroccan ministry of foreign affairs in the 1960s. He is currently a professor at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in Rabat.[1]

He was one of the 138 signatories of the open letter for Christian-Muslim dialogue A Common Word Between Us and You.[2]

He is married and the father of three children.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ uemnet.free.fr: عباس الجراري
  2. ^ acommonword.com: A Common Word Between Us and You (summarized short form) (PDF; 186 kB)
  3. ^ "عبـاس الجراري - ديوان العرب". www.diwanalarab.com (in Arabic). Retrieved 2018-02-24.

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