Born in Jaffa in 1906; was educated at An-Najah School in Nablus; then enrolled at the AUB for two years, from where he moved to the University of Geneva, Switzerland, to study Medicine, graduating in 1930; moved to Paris where he was trained in hospitals for two years; returned to Palestine in 1933; opened his private clinic in Jaffa, but was soon appointed by the Jordanian government as a doctor in Amman; returned to his clinic years later after his resignation; was among the founders of the Arab Medical Society in Jaffa and served as its Secretary for ten years; became Director of the Medical Administration in the Arab League office in Cairo; died in 1992.
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