Biography Of Prof. Sami Musallam

 

Biography of the General Supervisor


Name: Sami Fayez Khalil Musallam

Place of Birth: Jerusalem, Palestine

Date of Birth: 30/12/1947


Languages: Arabic, English, German, Basic Knowledge of Hebrew, Chinese and French.


Certificates:

Birzeit College, Certificate in Arts, 1967.

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Studies from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon, 1969.

Master of Arts (MA) in Political Studies, International Relations from the American University of Beirut, 1971.

Master's Thesis (Unpublished): Communist China's Nuclear Strategy, 1971.

PH.D., University of Bonn, Federal Germany, 1975.

Doctoral Thesis: The Image of Arabs in The Press of Germany Federal: The Fourth Middle East War in 1973.

 

Practical experience:

 

-1970: Lecturer in the Department of Political Studies and Public Administration, American University of Beirut.

-1972: Research Assistant at the Institute for Palestine Studies, Beirut, Lebanon.

-1976: Associate Researcher in the Institute for Palestine Studies, Beirut, Lebanon.

-1979 –1982: Researcher at the Institute for Palestine Studies, Beirut, Lebanon.

-1973 - 1976: General Director of the Palestinian Information Centre in Bonn/Germany (who later turned to the Representatives of Palestine).

-1977 -1979: Acting Director of Diplomatic Mission of PLO in Beijing, China.

-1979 -1985: Director of the Office of the President of the PLO, Lebanon and Tunisia.

-1985 -1993: Director of the Office of President of the State of Palestine/PLO, in Tunisia.

-1993 -1995: Director of the Office of the President of the State of Palestine/PLO, in Tunisia.

-1995 - 2003: General Director of the Office of the President of the Palestinian National Authority in Jericho.

-2003 – February 2005: Vice President, Office of the President of the PNA.

-19 February 2005 until 1 September 2007: Governor of Jericho and the Jordan Valley.

-19 November 2007 until 10 March 2010 Conservative of the Tubas Governorate.

 

Writings:

 

1. Communist China's Nuclear Strategy (in English), 1971 (Unpublished doctoral thesis).

2. "Israel and the Palestinian issue in the Afro-Asian area," Palestinian Issue Yearbook, 1969, Beirut, Lebanon: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1972, pp. 732-761.

3. "The Palestinian Issue at the United Nations," The Palestinian Issue Yearbook, 1969, Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1972, pp. 761-819.

4. "The Palestinian Issue and Israel in the International Arena: The States of Afro – Asian," The Palestinian Issue Yearbook, 1970, Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1974, pp. 743-760.

5. United Nations Resolutions on Palestine, 1947-1972, (Edit), Beirut, Institute for Palestine Studies, 1974, in both Arabic and English.

6. "The Palestinian Issue in the International Arena and the Foreign Policy of Israel: African States," Palestinian issue Yearbook, 1975, Beirut, Institute for Palestine Studies, 1978, pp. 571-584.

7. The Image of Arabs in the Press of Federal Germany, Beirut, Centre for the Study of Arabic Unity, First Edition 1985, Second Edition 1986 (Study based on the doctoral thesis by the same title in German was published in German in 1976).

8. "The Evolution of the United Front of Palestine," in a book by Basim Sirhan (in German), Generation of Liberation: Palestinian Children, Basel, Switzerland, 1975.

9. "The Sino-Palestinian: First 12 years," Journal of Palestine in English: Beirut, Consolidated Media, PLO, 1976.

10. China and the Palestinian Issue, 1976-1981. Palestinian Series Papers, Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1982.

11. "The Korean Palestinian Relations" in Korea and Palestine’s Book: Beirut: Palestinian Korean Friendship Association, 1982, pp. 93-128.

12. "Infrastructure and Institutional Structure of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Shu’un Falastiniyah, No. 166 – 167, (January-February, January/February) 1987, pp. 16-60. This study was issued with similar titles:

12.1. English:

*The PLO: Its Functions and Structures, Brattleboro, Vermont: Amana Books, 1988.

12.2. in French:

*Les Structure de l'OLP, Revue d'etudes palestiniennes, no. 21, automne 1986.

12.3. in Spanish:

*Organizacion para la Liberacion Palestina: estructura institucional, Mexico: OLP en Mexico, 1987.

12.4. The Chinese language:

*In the same title of the Embassy of Palestine in Beijing, 1988.

 

13. "Europe and the Middle East Peace," Shu’un Falastiniyah, No. 178, (January) 1988.

13. 1. The same article issued in English in the journal "Arab Affairs" of the Arabic University Office in London, winter 1987, p. 184-199.

13. 2. Released in French in The Journal of the Institute for Palestine Studies issued in French, 1988.

14. "Making Peace in Palestine," Models of Coexistence: The Israeli-Palestinian Problem from a European Perspective, the records of the Conference, held at the Peace Palace in the Hague from 31/1 to 2/2/1989, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Institute for international dialogue, 1989, pp. 129-134, in English.

15. "Jerusalem" in both French and English in The Journal of the Institute for Palestine Studies, in French, winter 1994, issue 50, pp. 70-97.

15.1. Released in English, Visions for Reconciliation on the Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue, New York: United Nations Department of Media, lecturer of Greek Journalists on the Palestinian Affairs, 27-28 April 1993, Athens, Greece.

16. The Struggle for Jerusalem, Jerusalem: Bassia Organization, 1996, in both Arabic and English.

17. Jericho in Development Plans and Investment to the Palestinian National Authority and the Private Sector: Proceedings of the Workshop. Editing by Dr. Sami Musallam, Jericho: Tourism Promotion Authority in Jericho and the Jordan Valley, 1997.

18. The Israeli Plans in the Valley between Ingestion and the Frustration, Editing by Dr. Sami Musallam, Ramallah and Jericho: Palestinian Center for Regional Studies in Cooperation with the Tourism Promotion Authority in Jericho and the Jordan Valley, 2002.

19. Text and Reality: Readings in Palestinian Cultural Landscape. Amman: Carmel House for Publishing and Distribution, the Palestinian Ministry of Culture Publications, 2004.

20. Since the 2003, Editor of Jericho Series Papers, the Papers in the Humanities, Civilization, Culture, Education, Social and Political Studies which are relevant to the lives of the Palestinian People.

21. Three articles in Mohammad Shtayyeh (Edit), Encyclopedia of Terms and Concepts, Al - Bireh: the Palestinian Center for Regional Studies, 2008, as follows:

22. The "Red Prince," pp. 83-85,

23. "The 23," pp. 157-158,

24. "The Valley," pp. 400-406.

25. " Hadi Alawi and Modernist Vision of History and Heritage (Readings), Journal of Politics, 2010, issue 13-14, p. 247-261.

26. Book Reviews published in English in the Journal of Palestine Studies (in English) in Beirut.

-Sami Musallam, "Deutschkron: Bonn and Jerusalem," Journal of Palestine Studies, vol. 1, no. 3. pp. 117-120.

-Sami Musallam, "Holstein: Kein Frieden um Israel," Journal of Palestine Studies, vol. I, no. 1, p. 139-142.

-Sami Musallam, "Abdul Hadi and others: BORED, Israel und die Palestinenser," vol. III, no. 3, pp. 141-145.

 

Translations to Arabic:

 

-With Hadi Alawi (Translators) Lautsh, Beirut: Dar Ibn Rushd, 1981.

-Agnes Smedley, The Great Way. The Life of Zhu and His Era, Beirut, Arabic- Research Institute, 1982.

-Dr. Hashim Behbehani, China's Foreign Policy in the Arab World, 1955 – 1975, Beirut: Arabic - Research Institute, 1984.

-Meron Benvnisti, Sacred Landscape, Obliterating the History of the Holy Land since 1948, Ramallah: The Palestinian Center for Israel Studies (Madar), 2001.

-The Jewish People in 2004: Between Prosperity and Decline, an Institute of the Jewish People Policy Planning in the Jewish Agency, Ramallah: the Palestinian Center for Israel Studies (Madar), 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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