Mohamed Ali Eltaher

Documents, Correspondence & Photos




Mohamed Ali Eltaher maintained a very rich correspondence with officials, family and friends alike. This section lists the correspondence files available, keeping in mind that several were either lost during the 1975 civil war in Lebanon, or believed to have been stolen during his last days before he passed away.

The correspondence would take a very long time to digitize. At the present time we are only listing the names of those individuals for whom letters were found. In a few cases Eltaher kept copies of the letters he sent to some individuals. The list also includes subject matter archival files Eltaher had compiled and maintained about specific individuals and issues of historic relevance. Some correspondence appears under the “Other Countries” section when its subject matter is related solely or additionally to countries other than those identified by their national flag. These countries are: Afghanistan - Bahrain – India – Iran – Kuwait – Qatar – Pakistan – Rwanda – Singapore – Sudan and Turkey.

Correspondence Written By
Abboud Al-Shalji
Abdel-Ghani Al-DalliDiplomat
Abdel-Haq Fadel
Abdel-Jalil Al-RawiDiplomat
Abdel-Rahman Al-Bassam
Abdel-Rahman Al-Jalili
Abdel-Razzaq Al-HomoudParliamentarian
Ahmad Mukhtar BabanFormer Prime Minister
Ahmad Zaki Al-Khayat
Badih Sharif
Colonel Abdel-Hamid Noman
Dr. Fadhel Al-JamaliMinister of Foreign Affairs
Dr. Mohamed Hassan SalmanMinister of Health
Faiq Al-SamarraiIraqi ambassador to Egypt
General Mahmoud Shite Khattab
Hamdi Alkhayat
Hashem KhalilIraqi Vice Consul in Jerusalem in 1938
Hikmat Al-Jaderji
Hilal NajiIraqi Chargé d'Affaires in Tunisia
Hussein JamilPresident of the Iraqi Lawyers Association
Ismail Al-Ghanem
Jamil Al-MadfaiPrime Minister of Iraq
Jamil Amin
Kadhem Al-Dujayli
Khashea Al-Rawi
Makki JamilDiplomat
Mohamed Ali Fares
Mohamed Al-SabbaghLawyer
Mohamed Fakhri Al-Jamil
Mohamed Siddiq ShanshalMinister
Mohamed Taha Al-Fayadh
Moussa Al-A'arajiLawyer
Najdat Al-ShawafDiplomat
Najdat Fathi SafwatDiplomat
Najib Al-RawiIraqi ambassador to Egypt
Noman Al-Ani
Noman Maher Al-KanaaniMinistry of Information and Culture official
Nouri FattahBusinessman
Qassem Al-Khattat
Rashid Aali Al-KeylaniPrime Minister of Iraq
Rofail BottiJournalist
Said Al-Badri
Salman Al-Safwani (Abou Ramez)
Sami Al-Sakkar
Sheikh Jalal Al-Hanafi (Abou Labid)Iraqi cleric, poet and former Arabic language instructor at the University of Beijing
Tahsin Ali
Younes BahriPublisher of 'Al-Arab newspaper in Paris, and speaker Berlin Radio, Arabic Program during World War II.
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