Jassir - translation to English
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Jassir - translation to English

JOURNALIST
Hamad al jaser; Hamad Al-Jasser; Hamad al-Jasir; Hamad al-Jassir; Hamad Al Jassir; Hamad Bin Mohamad Al Jasir

Jassir      
Yasser, masculine Arabic name
Yassir Arafat         
  • Arafat with Palestinian poet [[Mahmoud Darwish]] (center) and PFLP leader [[George Habash]] (right) in [[Syria]], 1980
  • Arafat's "temporary" tomb in [[Ramallah]], 2004
  • Arafat with [[Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine]] leader, [[Nayef Hawatmeh]] and Palestinian writer [[Kamal Nasser]] at press conference in [[Amman]], 1970
  • Arafat in a Palestinian refugee camp in [[Southern Lebanon]], 1978
  • Bhim Singh]], founder of [[Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party]], in the 1970s.
  • [[Yitzhak Rabin]], [[Bill Clinton]], and Arafat during the [[Oslo Accords]] on 13 September 1993
  • Yasser Arafat visits East Germany in 1971; background: [[Brandenburg Gate]]
  • Arafat, [[Shimon Peres]] and Rabin receiving the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] following the [[Oslo Accords]], 10 December 1994
  • Arafat mausoleum
  • emergency Arab League summit]], September 1970
  • Camp David Summit]], 2000
  • Iranian Prime Minister]] [[Mehdi Bazargan]], days after [[Iranian Revolution]]
  • Arafat with PNA cabinet members [[Yasser Abed Rabbo]] (left) and [[Nabil Shaath]] (right) at a meeting in [[Copenhagen]], 1999
  • presidential headquarters]] in Ramallah
  • Footage of Arafat speaking and meeting international leaders
PALESTINIAN POLITICAL LEADER (1929–2004)
Yasir Arafat; Yassir Arafat; Abu Ammar; Abu Amar; Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat Al Qudua Al Husseini; Muhammad Abd ar-Rauf al-Qudwah al-Husayni; Yasir 'Arafat; Yasser 'Arafat; Yassar Arafat; Ashraf al-Kurdi; Illness of Yasser Arafat; Death of Arafat; Death of yasser arafat; Death Of Yasser Arafat; Jassir Arafat; Yaser Arafat; Mohammed Abdel-Raouf Arafat As Qudwa al-Hussaeini; Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini; محمد عبد الرحمن عبد الرؤوف عرفات القدوة الحسيني; Abū `ammār; Yasser Arafet; Muhammed al-Qudwa al-Husseini; List of places named after Yasser Arafat; Places named after Yasser Arafat; Mohammed Yasser Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini; Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf al-Qudwa al-Husseini
Yassar Arafat, (geboren 1929) Vorsitzender der palästinensischen Autonomie, einer der Gründer der PLO (palästinensische Befreiungsorganisation)
Yassar Arafat         
  • Arafat with Palestinian poet [[Mahmoud Darwish]] (center) and PFLP leader [[George Habash]] (right) in [[Syria]], 1980
  • Arafat's "temporary" tomb in [[Ramallah]], 2004
  • Arafat with [[Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine]] leader, [[Nayef Hawatmeh]] and Palestinian writer [[Kamal Nasser]] at press conference in [[Amman]], 1970
  • Arafat in a Palestinian refugee camp in [[Southern Lebanon]], 1978
  • Bhim Singh]], founder of [[Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party]], in the 1970s.
  • [[Yitzhak Rabin]], [[Bill Clinton]], and Arafat during the [[Oslo Accords]] on 13 September 1993
  • Yasser Arafat visits East Germany in 1971; background: [[Brandenburg Gate]]
  • Arafat, [[Shimon Peres]] and Rabin receiving the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] following the [[Oslo Accords]], 10 December 1994
  • Arafat mausoleum
  • emergency Arab League summit]], September 1970
  • Camp David Summit]], 2000
  • Iranian Prime Minister]] [[Mehdi Bazargan]], days after [[Iranian Revolution]]
  • Arafat with PNA cabinet members [[Yasser Abed Rabbo]] (left) and [[Nabil Shaath]] (right) at a meeting in [[Copenhagen]], 1999
  • presidential headquarters]] in Ramallah
  • Footage of Arafat speaking and meeting international leaders
PALESTINIAN POLITICAL LEADER (1929–2004)
Yasir Arafat; Yassir Arafat; Abu Ammar; Abu Amar; Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat Al Qudua Al Husseini; Muhammad Abd ar-Rauf al-Qudwah al-Husayni; Yasir 'Arafat; Yasser 'Arafat; Yassar Arafat; Ashraf al-Kurdi; Illness of Yasser Arafat; Death of Arafat; Death of yasser arafat; Death Of Yasser Arafat; Jassir Arafat; Yaser Arafat; Mohammed Abdel-Raouf Arafat As Qudwa al-Hussaeini; Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini; محمد عبد الرحمن عبد الرؤوف عرفات القدوة الحسيني; Abū `ammār; Yasser Arafet; Muhammed al-Qudwa al-Husseini; List of places named after Yasser Arafat; Places named after Yasser Arafat; Mohammed Yasser Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini; Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf al-Qudwa al-Husseini
Yassar Arafat, (geboren 1929) Vorsitzender der palästinensischen Autonomie, einer der Gründer der PLO (palästinensische Befreiungsorganisation)

Wikipedia

Hamad Al-Jassir

Hamad Al Jassir (1907 – 14 September 2000) was a prominent Saudi Arabian journalist and historian. He is particularly noted for founding Saudi Arabia's first central region magazine, with comprehensive geographical locations, reference in Saudi Arabia, and the authorship of a comprehensive genealogical work popular in the country.

Examples of use of Jassir
1. Musa Arafat ist ein Neffe des im November vergangenen Jahres gestorbenen Palästinenserpräsidenten Jassir Arafat.
2. PLO–Chef Jassir Arafat und Tausende seiner Kämpfer mussten das Land verlassen.
3. Der Abbas–Berater Jassir Abed Rabbo sagte, Hanija werde nach der Vereinbarung sein Amt niederlegen.
4. Das erste Parlament wurde von der Fatah–Bewegung Jassir Arafats dominiert.
5. Der frühere Palästinenser–Präsident Jassir Arafat hatte Israel im Rahmen der Friedensvereinbarungen von Oslo im Jahr 1''3 anerkannt.