Saadallah al-Jabiri

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Saadallah al-Jabiri
سعد الله الجابري
Saadallah al-Jabiri.jpg
Prime Minister of Syria
In office
19 August 1943 – 14 October 1944
Preceded byJamil al-Ulshi
Succeeded byFaris al-Khoury
In office
1 October 1945 – 16 December 1946
Preceded byFaris al-Khoury
Succeeded byKhalid al-Azm
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates
In office
1936–1939
Preceded byAlaa ad-Din ad-Durubi
Succeeded byFayez al-Khoury
In office
1945–1946
Preceded byMikhail Ilyan
Succeeded byNaim Antaki
Speaker of the Parliament of Syria
In office
17 October 1944 – 15 September 1945
Preceded byFaris al-Khoury
Succeeded byFaris al-Khoury
Personal details
Born1893
Aleppo, Ottoman Syria
Died1947 (aged 54)
Aleppo, Syria
Political partyNational Bloc

Saadallah Al Jabiri (Arabic: سعد الله الجابري‎; 1893–1947) was a Syrian Arab politician, a two-time prime minister and a two-time Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Syria.[1][2] Jabiri was exiled by the French authorities to the village of Douma in North Lebanon, where he rented the house of Melhim Kheir. His sister, Fayza Al Jabiri, was married to Riad Al Solh, two-time prime minister of Lebanon.[3]

Saadallah al-Jabiri Square in central Aleppo city is named after the statesman.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.syrianhistory.com/en/photos/3962
  2. ^ Moubayed, 2006, p. 255 ff
  3. ^ 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
Preceded by
Alaa ad-Din ad-Durubi
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates
1936 – 1939
Succeeded by
Fayez al-Khoury
Preceded by
Mikhail Ilyan
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates
1945 - 1946
Succeeded by
Naim Antaki