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Barghouti (other spellings Barghuthi, Barghouthi, or Al-Barghuthi) (classical Arabic: البرغوثي al-Barghūthī) is the surname of a prominent Palestinian family. Many members are involved in Palestinian politics and mainly come from Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate's most prominent towns of Aboud, Kobar and Bani Zeid.
List of notable members
- Abd al-Jabir al-Barghouti, commander of the Bani Zeid during the 1834 Palestinian revolt
- Samih Al-Barghouti (born 1925-2008), writer, communist and expert in the olive oil production
- Abd Allatif Barghouti (1928–2002), writer and poet
- Khader Alalem Barghouti (1928–2014), communist activist
- Bashir Barghouti (1931–2000), communist and journalist
- Mourid Barghouti (born 1944), poet and writer
- Hussein Barghouti (1954–2002), poet
- Marwan Barghouti (born 1958), leader of Fatah, convicted for actions during the Second Intifada
- Mustafa Barghouti (born 1954), medical doctor and democracy activist
- Mohammad Barghouti, former labour minister of the Palestinian Authority
- Omar Barghouti (born 1964), BDS activist
- Tamim al-Barghouti (born 1977), poet and political scientist, son of Mourid Barghouti
- Abdullah Barghouti (born 1979), leading commander in Hamas' armed wing Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades.