Ahmed Mulay Ali Hamadi

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His Excellency
Ahmed Mulay Ali Hamadi
مولاي أحمد علي حمادي
Sahrawi Ambassador to Mexico
Assumed office
August 2004
Prime Minister Abdelkader Taleb Omar
Preceded by Bachari Saleh
Personal details
Born 1954
Hagunia or El Aaiun, Spanish Sahara, Spanish West Africa
Political party POLISARIO
Residence Mexico City,  Mexico
Alma mater National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
Occupation Diplomat, writer
Religion Sunni Islam
Website http://www.embajadasaharauimexico.org/

Ahmed Mulay Ali Hamadi (Arabic: مولاي أحمد علي حمادي‎; b. 1954) is the current Sahrawi ambassador to Mexico, with a base in Mexico City.[1] He is a licenciate on International Relations by the UNAM, and a member of the "Mexican Academy of International Law".[2] Apart from his diplomatic career, Mulay Ali is also a writer in Spanish language, with books published in Mexico.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Mulay Ali was born in 1954 in Hagunia, a town near El Aaiun, the capital of the territory. In 1976, he was among the Polisario Front militants helping the Sahrawi civilians who were fleeing from the cities occupied by Morocco. In 1997, he was an observer of the identification process in El Aaiun for the planned self-determination referendum, and saw his mother and daughter for the first time since 1976.[4]

Diplomatic postings[edit]

From 2001 to 2004, he was the POLISARIO Delegate in Madrid, Spain.[5] On August 2004, he was designated as Sahrawi resident ambassador in the United Mexican States, replacing Bachari Saleh.[6]

Books[edit]

In 2006 the editorial Sky published his novel "Viaje a la Sabiduría del Desierto" ("Journey to the Wisdom of the Desert").[7] In 2008, the short story "El Silencioso Debate de los Animales" ("The Animals Silent Debate") was published by Libros de Godot.[8][9] In 2011, he self-published in Bubok the novel "Los Senderos de la Vida" ("The Paths of Life").[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Representaciones Diplomáticas Acreditadas en México-República Árabe Saharaui (República Árabe Saharahui Democrática)". Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores, México. Retrieved 1 December 2012.  (Spanish)
  2. ^ "Publicaciones de la Academia-Títulos de Tesis de Ingreso". Academia Mexicana de Derecho Internacional. Retrieved 1 December 2012.  (Spanish)
  3. ^ "En busca de solidaridad". Milenio. 3 September 2011. Retrieved 2 December 2012.  (Spanish)
  4. ^ "Que nos corten y nos peguen lejos". Noticias de Navarra. 11 November 2012. Retrieved 1 December 2012.  (Spanish)
  5. ^ Polisario tilda de acto de provocación la invasión del Isla española de Perejil Webislam.com, 16 July 2002 (Spanish)
  6. ^ Bazoka y los prósperos años de la causa Saharaui en Madrid ARSO, August 2004 (Spanish)
  7. ^ Viaje a la sabiduría del desierto Google Books
  8. ^ "La República Árabe Independiente de Saharaui alza la voz ante los presentes de la Octava Feria del Libro". Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno del Distrito Federal, México. 13 October 2008. Retrieved 2 December 2012.  (Spanish)
  9. ^ El silencioso debate de los animales – Ahmed Muley Ali Hamadi Libreriaoriental.com
  10. ^ Los senderos de la vida Bubok