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Fatah elections committee releases list of newly elected RC members

Aug. 15, 2009 9:13 P.M. (Updated: Aug. 16, 2009 7:56 P.M.)
Bethlehem – Ma'an – Fawzi Salamah, head of Fatah's election committee, released the names of all 81 newly elected members of the movement's 130-member strong Revolutionary Council early Saturday evening.

The official list, which includes 11 women, one Jew and at least four Christians, is as follows:

1. Amenah Jibrin

2. Samir Refa’i

3. A’beer Al-Weheidi

4. Dalal Salamah

5. Ameen Maqbul

6. Sabri Seidam

7. Hatem Abdul Qader, former PA minister of Jerusalem Affairs

8. Basem Al-Agha

9. Jamal Ash-Shubaki

10. Fathi Abu Al-E’redat

11. Fadwa Al-Barghuthi, wife of jailed Fatah leader Marwan Barghouthi

12. Baha Ba’lusha

13. Yones Amer

14. Usam Al-Fara

15. Abdallah Abdallah

16. Fahmi Az-Za’areer, Fatah spokesman

17. Ibrahim Ikhreisha

18. Jamal Nazzal, Fatah spokesman

19. Barakat Al-Fara

20. Jamal Ash-Shati, former member of the Palestinian Legislative Council

21. Alo Muhana

22. Afif Safeiyah, former PLO ambassador to the United States and United Kingdom

23. Belal Azra’eel

24. Nayef Suweitat

25. Saeb Natheef

26. Ziad Abu A’yen, former undersecretary in the PA Ministry of Prisoners Affairs

27. Ziad Ar-Rjub

28. Bassam Zakarneh, secretary-general of the Civil Servants Union

29. Sarhan Duweikat

30. Baker Abu Baker

31. Uri Davis, professor of Judaic studies, Al-Quds University

32. A’dli Sadeq

33. Mousa Abu Zeid

34. Kamal Ash-Sheikh

35. Nathmi I’rsan

36. Ismail Abu Shammalah

37. Jamal Abu Al-Liel

38. Abed Al-Fattah Hamayel, governor of Bethlehem

39. Hafeth Al-Barghuthi

40. Fathi Al Bahreiyah

41. Jamal Ad-Daraghmah

42. Salwa Hdeib

43. Amal Hamad

44. Mohammad Taha Abu A’laya

45. Raji An-Najmi

46. Hasan Ishtewi

47. Luai Abdu

48. Hazem Abu Shanab

49. Jehad Abu Zneid

50. Haitham Al-halabi

51. Belal An-Natshah

52. Omer Al-Hrub

53. Khaled Abu Isba’

54. Thiab A’yoush, president of Palestine University in Bethlehem

55. Taha Mohammad Abed Al-Qader

56. Jamal Abu Ar-Rub

57. Suleiman Heles

58. Haitham A’rar

59. Faisal Abu Shahla

60. Hazem Qumseiyah

61. Ibrahim Al-Masri

62. Haitham Al-Hasan

63. Ashraf Dabur

64. Hasan Abu Lebdah, secretary-general of the Palestinian Ministerial Council

65. Suhad Thabet

66. Tawfiq Abu Khusa, Fatah spokesman in Gaza

67. Samir Abu Ghazalah

68. A’dalah Al-Attera

69. Mahmoud Hejazi

70. Abed Al-Hakim A’wad

71. Demtri Deliani

72. Hanan Mseeh

73. Bassam Al-Walweel

74. Mazen Ghneim

75. Hasan Al-Khatib

76. Sufyan Abu Zaida

77. Ala Husni, former head of West Bank police

78. Abed Al-Hamid Al-Masri

79. Shami Shami

80. Na’eem Abu Al-Humus

81. Zuheir Al-Wazir
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