Saadallah al-Jabiri

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Saadallah al-Jabiri
سعدالله الجابري
Saadallah al-Jabiri.jpg
Prime Minister of Syria
In office
19 August 1943 – 14 October 1944
Preceded by Jamil al-Ulshi
Succeeded by Faris al-Khoury
In office
1 October 1945 – 16 December 1946
Preceded by Faris al-Khoury
Succeeded by Khalid al-Azm
Speaker of the Parliament of Syria
In office
17 October 1944 – 15 September 1945
Preceded by Faris al-Khoury
Succeeded by Faris al-Khoury
Personal details
Born 1893
Aleppo, Ottoman Syria
Died 1947 (aged 54)
Aleppo, Syria
Political party National Bloc
Religion Sunni Islam

Saadallah Al Jabiri (Arabic: سعد الله الجابري‎‎; 1893–1947), was a Syrian politician and a two-time prime minister of Syria. He was born in Aleppo, and became the leader of the National Bloc during the French mandate era. He also served as foreign minister in a number of cabinets.

His sister, Fayza Al Jabiri, was married to Riad Al Solh, two-time prime minister of Lebanon.[1]

The members of al-Fatat, an underground Arab nationalist grouping active in the end years of the Ottoman Empire, at a resort near Damascus. Saadallah al-Jabiri is standing as the fourth person from the left at the top row

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Middle East enters the twenty-first century, By Robert Owen Freedman, Baltimore University 2002, page 218.
Preceded by
Jamil al-Ulshi
Prime Minister of Syria
19 August 1943 – 14 October 1944
Succeeded by
Faris al-Khoury
Preceded by
Faris al-Khoury
Prime Minister of Syria (acting)
1 October 1945 – 16 December 1946
Succeeded by
Khalid al-Azm