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Hariri is a surname and derivative of harir (Arabic for silk) which indicates a mercantile background at one point in that field.
- Al-Hariri of Basra (1054–1122), Arab poet, scholar of the Arabic language and a high government official of the Seljuk Empire
- Abu Al-Izz Al-Hariri (1946–2014), Egyptian politician and member of parliament
- Fawzi Hariri (born 1958), Iraqi Minister of Industry and Minerals (since 2006)
- Franso Hariri (1937–2001), Iraqi politician
- Bahia Hariri, Lebanese politician; elected to the Lebanese Parliament for the city of Sidon; sister of Rafic Hariri.
- Bahaa Hariri (born 1966), international Lebanese business tycoon; eldest son of Rafic Hariri.
- Hind Hariri, daughter and youngest child of Rafic Hariri.
- Nazik Hariri, widow of Rafic Hariri.
- Rafic Hariri (1944–2005), Lebanese business tycoon and former Lebanese Prime Minister (1992–1998; 2000–2004); assassinated.
- Saad Hariri (born 1970), Lebanese politician, business tycoon, Lebanese Prime Minister (2009–2011) and (2016-present); second son of Rafic Hariri.
- Omar El-Hariri (c. 1944–2015), Libyan politician, minister, leading figure of the National Transitional Council of Libya
- Lamia Al Hariri, Syrian diplomat
- Wahbi al-Hariri (1914–1994), Syrian-American architect, artist and author
- Ziad Hariri, Syrian Army chief of staff (1963)
- Ali Hariri, Kurdish poet
- Robert Hariri, MD, PhD, former CEO of Celgene Cellular Therapuetics, and co-founder of Human Longevity, Inc.
- Siamak Hariri, a Canadian architect
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