Faidi al-Alami

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Faidi al-Alami (Arabic: فيضي العلمي) was Mayor of Jerusalem from 1906 to 1909. In 1914, he was chosen to represent the city in the Ottoman parliament. His father, Musa al-Alami, was also a mayor of the city[1]

His son, another Musa al-Alami, was assistant attorney-general of Palestine under the British mandate.


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