Kamal ‘Udwan

Kamal ‘Udwan

Kamal ‘Udwan [Abu Hisham] founding member of Fatah. Born 1925, refugee from Barbara village, he played an active role in the Pop Resistance Front that emerged in
Gaza after Israeli occupation in 1956-1957, and was arrested by Israeli forces. Then worked as a teacher in Qatar (late 1950s) and then trained as a petroleum engineer in Cairo. Attended PNC in 1964, calling for popular liberation war. Took over Fatah’s leadership of the occupied homeland bureau in Sep. 1971 and became a member of Fatah - Central Committee, also thought to have a key role in establishing the Black Sep. Org.

Was killed in the Israeli raid on Beirut on 10 Apr. 1973

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