Khaled Hassan, born in 1928 in Haïfa in Palestine agent and died in 1994 is a Palestinian politician, one of the main leaders of Fatah, then of the Liberation organization of Palestine (PLO). Its family takes refuge in Lebanon in 1949. In 1950, it becomes teaching in Damas where it will be stopped because of its pro-Palestinian activism. In 1952, it leaves Syria for Kuwait, where it enters the public office and takes part in the foundation of the Fatah, of which it will direct the Central committee until its death. In 1968-1969, when that Fatah integrates PLO, he becomes member of the Executive committee of the PLO until 1973 then he is named director of the Committee of the foreign affairs of the Palestinian National council, the legislative body of the PLO, and becomes one of the principal architects of the foreign politics of the Palestinian organization.
Khaled Hassan occupies, throughout the years 1970 and 1980, a place of advising of foreground near Yasser Arafat. It defends of a “collective direction” within the Palestinian movement, contrary to Yasser Arafat. In the same way, he is opposed to the armed struggle against the Israelis, such as it is defined as of the middle of years 1960 within Fatah. With the beginning of the year 1970 it leaves the Executive committee of the PLO, then breaks with Yasser Arafat in 1990-1991, because of the support that this last brings to Saddam Hussein at the time of the war of the Gulf.
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