(Fādi El Salameen)
December 12, 1983
|Alma mater||Johns Hopkins University (MA)|
Fadi Elsalameen , sometimes written as Fadi El-Salameen, (born in Hebron on December 12, 1983, Arabic: فادي السلامين) is a non-resident fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), and an adjunct senior fellow at the American Security Project, a Washington, DC, think tank, and formerly a fellow with the New America Foundation's American Strategy Program.
Elsalameen is a critic of the current Palestinian government. Elsalameen is also part of a new non-partisan Palestinian youth movement that calls for nonviolent reform in the Palestinian territories.
Fund for Palestinian students
Elsalameen, through the Fadi Elsalameen fund for students in need, (Arabic: صندوق فادي السلامين للطالب المحتاج), funds around 30 Palestinian students annually to go to Hebron University (Arabic:جامعة الخليل) and Al-Quds University (Arabic:جامعة القدس) where they focus on fields of studies such as economics, engineering, and medicine.
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