Nayif Hawatmah

Nayif Hawatmah

Known as Abul Nouf. Born 1937 in Salt, Jordan. Christian. 

In the 1950s and 60s activist in the Arab National Movement. Between 1955 and 1956 he worked as a teacher, writer and journalist in Jordan. Graduated from Beirut University (BA, Philosophy and Psychology). 

He was a member of Habash's PFLP in early years, but split and formed the leftist Popular Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PDFLP), later known as (DFLP). In 1968 became and remained elected chairman and main representative of the DFLP to the PNC and PLO Executive Committee since. 

Known for early attempts to reach dialogue and contact with Israeli leftist groups on the base of a two-state-solution and UN resolutions 242 and 194. 

He wrote several books on the Palestinian Resistance Movement and other issues

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