محمود عباس

آزاد دائرۃ المعارف، ویکیپیڈیا سے
:چھلانگ بطرف رہنمائی، تلاش
Mahmoud Abbas
(Abu Mazen)
مَحْمُود عَبَّاس
Mahmoud Abbas September 2014.jpg
2nd President of the State of Palestine
دفتر سنبھالا
8 May 2005
Acting: 8 May 2005 – 23 November 2008[1]
پیشرو Yasser Arafat
Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization
دفتر سنبھالا
29 October 2004
Acting: 29 October 2004 – 11 November 2004
پیشرو Yasser Arafat
2nd President of the Palestinian National Authority
دفتر سنبھالا
15 January 2005 •
وزیر اعظم Ahmed Qurei
Nabil Shaath (Acting)
Ahmed Qurei
Ismail Haniyeh
Salam Fayyad
Rami Hamdallah
پیشرو Rawhi Fattouh (interim)
Prime Minister of the Palestinian National Authority
عہدہ سنبھالا
19 March 2003 – 6 September 2003 [2]
صدر Yasser Arafat
پیشرو Position established
جانشین Ahmad Qurei
ذاتی تفصیلات
پیدائش 26 مارچ 1936 (1936-03-26) ‏(80)
Safed, Mandatory Palestine (now Israel)
سیاسی جماعت Fatah
شریک حیات Amina Abbas
اولاد Mazen Abbas
Yasser Abbas
Tareq
رہائش Ramallah, West Bank[3]
مادر علمی Damascus University
Patrice Lumumba Peoples' Friendship University
مذہب Sunni Islam[4]
 • Abbas's term as President expired 15 January 2009, since then Aziz Duwaik has been recognised as President by the Haniyeh government in the Gaza Strip, while Abbas is recognised as President by the Fayyad government in the West Bank and all the states that recognise the independence of Palestine, as well as the UN.[5]


محمود عباس(پیدائش : مارچ1935ء) معروف فلسطینی سیاستدان ہیں جنکا تعلق سیاسی جماعت الفتح سے ہے وہ 2004ء میں فلسطین کے صدر بنے۔

  1. PLO body elects Abbas 'president of Palestine' at the وے بیک مشین (archived 8 جون 2011), AFP (23 November 2008): "I announce that the PLO Central Council has elected Mahmud Abbas president of the State of Palestine. He takes on this role from this day, November 23, 2008," the body's chairman Salem al-Zaanun told reporters.
  2. خطا در حوالہ: حوالہ بنام ap_060903 کے لیے کوئی متن فراہم نہیں کیا گیا ().
  3. "Ramallah, also spelled Rām Allāh, town in the West Bank, adjacent to the town of Al-Bīrah (east) and north of Jerusalem." The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. "Ramallah: Town, West Bank." Britannica.com. 29 April 2014. 15 March 2015.
  4. "World's Baha'i connect with past in Israel". WorldWide Religious News. 27 November 2006. اخذ کردہ بتاریخ 23 December 2012. 
  5. "'Dweik is real Palestinian president'". The Jerusalem Post. 25 June 2009.