Ali Suliman

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Ali Suliman
Born Nazareth
Years active 2003–present

Ali Suliman (Arabic: علي سليمان‎, Hebrew: עלי סלימאן‎; born 1977) is an Israeli-Arab, from Nazareth, .[1][2]


He starred in Paradise Now, which won the Golden Globe award for Best Foreign Film. In 2007, he appeared in the movie The Kingdom alongside Jamie Foxx. He played a lawyer in Lemon Tree (2008), the role of Omar Sadiki in Body of Lies (2008), a young displaced Palestinian in The Time That Remains (2009), a physician in The Attack (2013) and Gulab in Lone Survivor (2013).


  1. ^ "The actor Ali Suliman hits his stride at the Berlin Film Festival". The National. 14 February 2012. 
  2. ^ Yama Rahimi (28 October 2008). "Ali Suliman". 1001 FILMS. Yama Rahimi. I usually get in trouble when I travel to an Arab country because I have an Israeli passport. So for them I'm not a Palestinian but an Israeli. I can't travel to certain Arab countries because they haven't recognized Israel despite being a Palestinian which is the most complicated thing. 

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