Abdullatif Al-Mahmood

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Abdullatif Al-Mahmood
Abdullatif Al-Mahmood (cropped).jpg
Born 1946
Al-Hidd, Bahrain
Nationality Bahraini
Occupation Chairman of the Gathering of National Unity

Abdullatif Al-Mahmood (born 1946 in Hidd) is a Bahraini politician and doctor. He is of Sunni Arab origins.


In 1992, he signed on the uprising petition[1] which had been demanding the return of Bahraini parliament deputy causing him to be detained for two weeks.[2] Following his release, he withdrew from arguing that the petition had taken other goals. Afterwards, he disappeared from the political scene and worked as a doctor at the University of Bahrain.

Return to Politics[edit]

During the Bahraini protests that began on 2011, Abdullatif Al-Mahmood appeared as president of the pro-government Gathering of National Unity, led the Fateh Mosque assembly, and coordinated the Sunnis demands. He also became a staunch anti-Shia loyalist and has completely abandoned his former anti-government stance.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Book of the time: Gates of Bahrain... reading stage، page 15.
  2. ^ Ali Rabia tells the nineties (1) Archived 2011-07-07 at the Wayback Machine. -Newspaper الوقت.