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Al-Fatat

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Al-Fatat

The members of al-Fatat at a resort near Damascus. Bottom row (left to right): Tawfiq al-Hayyani, Fayez al-Shihabi, Rafiq al-Tamimi, Awni Abd al-Hadi, Ahmad Qadri, Mu'in al-Madi, Tawfiq al-Yazagi, and Sa'id Talab. Middle row (L to R): Wasfi al-Atassi, Ahmad Muraywed, Shukri al-Quwatli, Bahjat al-Shihabi, Saleem al-Attar, Zaki al-Tamimi, Husni al-Barazi. Top Row (L to R): Adil al-Azma, Rushdi al-Husami, Riad as-Solh, Saadallah al-Jabiri, Afif as-Solh, Izzat Darwaza.

Al-Fatat or the Young Arab Society (Arabic: جمعية العربية الفتاة‎, Jam’iyat al-’Arabiya al-Fatat) was founded in Paris in 1911 by Arab nationalist, Izzat Darwaza (1888–1984).

It was a secret Young Turks, who had a similar agenda that pertained to Turkish nationalism.

References

  1. ^ The Elections of 1914 and the Eclipse of the Reform Movement

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