Hawatmeh is resulting from an orthodoxe tribe Bedouin Greek. In 1954, it follows higher learning in medicine to the Cairo, and adheres to the Arab Nationalist movement where it represents the left wing of the party. It was obliged to stop its studies because of financial problems.
It returns in 1956 in Jordan where he becomes professor in a Catholic school and he also undertakes revolutionary activities. He is condemned to death in absentia by the Jordanian government. He takes refuge in 1958 in Lebanon before exiling himself in Iraq. He directs in Iraq during five years the local branch of MNA. After the fall of Abdul Karim Qasim, it leaves to fight the British with the Southern Yemen of 1963 with 1967. In 1967, it regains Jordan after having to profit from an amnesty and joined the PFLP.
He is the general secretary of the Marxist movement FDLP, created in 1969 following a scission with the PFLP of which he was also one of the founders.
He resides and maintains good relationship with the Syria, whose the FDLP receives a certain support.
He was first leading Palestinian to support the establishment of a Palestinian State at the sides of the Israeli State, and militates for the end of the Intifada.
Hawatmeh wants the change of the Israeli State in a democratic Palestinian State, or there would exist neither Israeli, neither Palestinian, neither Juif, nor Christian Musulman or . For him this State will abolish the Sionisme - but not the Jewish culture - and the Panarabisme - but not Arab culture -. It will be one Palestinian state of people's democracy , integrated in a democratic and popular unified Arab State. The country will be used as spearhead of the world revolution by the relay of a unified Arab nation.
Hawatmeh wants a State purified of any nationalism, it sees the Arab nation in the form of a State federate or confederated, democratic, popular, revolutionary but without nationalist character.
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