|Birth name||Mohammed Salim Flayfel|
|Died||1986 (aged 86–87)|
Mohammed Flayfel (1899–1986; Arabic: محمد فليفل) was a Lebanese composer and musician.
Born in 1899 in the Ashrafiyeh neighborhood of Beirut, some of his notable compositions include "Mawtini" (the national anthem of Iraq and former national anthem of Palestine), "Homat el Diyar" (the national anthem of Syria), and several other patriotic songs, occasionally in collaboration with his brother, Ahmad Salim Flayfel.
He died in 1986.
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