Fuad Shemali

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Fuad Shemali (in Arabic فؤاد الشمالي) was born in 1936 to a Lebanese Christian-Maronite family. He studied law at the University of St. Joseph in Beirut. He adhered to the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP) in 1951 and joined Fatah, the largest faction of the PLP in the 1960s and later on the Black September movement named after the similarly name Black September events in Jordan. He died of cancer in Geneva in August 1972.

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