Khayreddin al-Ahdab

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Khayr al-Din al-Ahdab was a Lebanese politician. In 1937, al-Ahdab became the first Muslim Prime Minister of Lebanon. He served as prime minister for slightly more than one year, from January 5, 1937, to March 18, 1938. Before this, he published a pan-Arab newspaper. He was a Sunni Muslim.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Ayoub Tabet
Prime Minister of Lebanon
1937-1938
Succeeded by
Khaled Chehab