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|Minister of Education|
10 September 2003 – 29 March 2011
|Succeeded by||Saleh al-Rashed|
|Born||1953 (age 61–62)
|Political party||Syrian Regional Branch of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party|
Dr. Ali Saad (Arabic: علي سعد) (b. Damascus, 1953) is a former Minister of Education in Syria, an Elected Member of the Central Committee, and a member of the Baath Party. He holds a Ph.D. degree in psychology from the University of Bucharest.
- "His Excellency Minister Ali Saad". the Arab Decision Makers Project. 13 February 2006. Retrieved 2009-04-19.
- Veiled order bans niqab in Syrian classrooms, Phil Sands, The National, 8 July 2010
- Syria's niqab ban is part of a clash within Islam itself, Faisal al Yafai, Cif Belief at The Guardian, 19 July 2011
- Syria bans niqab from universities, AP, The Guardian, 20 July 2010
- Syria relaxes veil ban for teachers, AP, 6 April 2011
- Q&A: Ali Sa'ad Minister of Education, Dalia Haidar, Syria Today, February 2011
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