Moncef Marzouki

Fourth President of the Republic of Tunisia

Mohamed Moncef Marzouki (born on July 7, 1945 in Grombalia) is the fourth and first president of the Tunisian Republic after the Jasmine Revolution in 2011. He held office between 2011 and 2014 in the period of democratic transition that followed the overthrow of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali by election on December 12, 2011 by the National Constituent Assembly after obtaining a majority. He holds a doctorate in internal medicine and has published books on politics, thought and health. Partisan, in 2001 he contributed to the establishment of the Conference for the Republic and chaired it from its inception until December 13, 2011, the date of his assumption of the presidency of the Republic of Tunisia, and its honorary president after that. He is also a former president of the Tunisian League for the Defense of Human Rights. The most prominent Arab fighter and one of the most loyal politicians to the cause of President Morsi, may God have mercy on him, and he was chosen as the honorary president of the Morsi Foundation for Democracy by the family of the martyr president.

Mahathir Mohamad

Seventh Prime Minister of Malaysia

Dr. Mahadhir bin Muhammad (July 10, 1925) is the seventh Prime Minister of Malaysia, and also the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia from 1981 to 2003. His political activity extended for nearly 40 years, from his election as a member of the Malaysian Federal Parliament in 1964, until his resignation from the position of Prime Minister in 2003. Mahathir Mohamad had a major role in the progress of Malaysia greatly, as it transformed from an agricultural country that relied on the production and export of raw materials to an advanced industrial country, and after his retirement from political work, he announced that he would run again for the general elections in Malaysia to win a majority seats and announces the formation of the cabinet to become the seventh prime minister of Malaysia, and at the age of 92 years he becomes the oldest ruler in the world. He worked as a doctor before politics, and he has won many international honors, awards, and medals.

Raed Salah

Sheikh of Al-Aqsa Mosque

(Born on November 10, 1958 in Umm Al-Fahm, Palestine). Head of the northern wing of the Islamic Movement in Palestine since 1996. Holds a bachelor’s degree in Islamic law. He is one of the most famous and most prominent political figures in confronting the hostile Israeli policies against the Palestinians. He assumed the position of mayor of Umm Al-Fahm three consecutive terms between 1989 and 2001. In August 2000, he was elected president of Al-Aqsa Association for the Protection of Islamic Holy Sites. His Islamic activity began early. Where he embraced the ideas of the Muslim Brotherhood when he was in high school. He is one of the founders of the Islamic Movement in Israel in the early seventies and one of its symbols until its split at the end of the nineties as a result of the decision of some of its leaders to run for the Knesset elections in 1996. On January 28, 2013, he received the King Faisal International Prize for Service to Islam, for his service to his fellow Muslims and the protection of their sanctities in Palestine and on top of it is Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Father Manuel Muslim

Palestinian Arab activist and Christian cleric

Father Manuel Hanna Shehadeh Musallam (born April 16, 1938) is a Palestinian Arab activist and Christian cleric, and a member of the Islamic-Christian Organization for the Support of Holy Places in Palestine. He was known for his defense of the Palestinian resistance, and the criminalization of the ongoing Israeli occupation; He opposes the Judaization of Palestine and Jerusalem as they are the right of the Palestinians only. He opened all Palestinian Christian schools to Muslim families displaced from Palestine. He worked to achieve understanding between the factions. He also had an effective role in finding solutions to mediate tensions between the Palestinian sects, specifically Muslims and Christians.
One of the supporters of President Morsi’s positions, may God have mercy on him, and his supporters after his death, who said: “Muhammad Morsi, who carried the banner of democracy and advocacy for peoples, and the Palestinian cause was the closest to his heart, deserves that I plant the flag of my country, Palestine, on his grave so that this flag may be honored to his bones.”

Naglaa Morsi

Wife of the martyr President Mohamed Morsi

She was born on August 18, 1962, in Cairo, Egypt, in the Ain Shams neighborhood. She obtained high school, and studied translation in Los Angeles, the United States, at the home of the Muslim student. She worked in the service of Islam and interpreted for American women who recently converted to Islam, as a volunteer at the Islamic Center in California, the United States. She is the president’s only wife and the mother of all his children. She married him in 1980 in the United States of America. She is related to the president on his mother’s side. She refused to be called the First Lady of Egypt and completely stayed away from the limelight and public work before, after and during President Morsi’s rule. She has five children (Ahmed, Shaimaa, Osama, Omar and Abdullah).