Menahem Saleh Daniel
Menahem Saleh Daniel (1846-1940) was an Iraqi Jewish landowner and philanthropist.
Daniel was Deputy for Baghdad to the first Ottoman Parliament in Istanbul in 1876, and Senator in the Kingdom of Iraq (1925-1932). His son Ezra Saleh Daniel (1874-1952) succeeded him on the Senate.
Daniel made substantial donations to both Jewish and Muslim charities, and built a Muslim orphanage in 1928, and a Jewish primary school in 1910.
His nephew was Sir Sassoon Eskell.
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