People from Salé

Posted Oct 26, 2009
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  1. Abderraouf El-Fassy

    Abderraouf El-Fassy


    Abderraouf El-Fassy (Arabic: عبد الرؤوف الفاسي‎; born 11 April 1940) is a Moroccan fencer. He competed in the individual and team foil and épée events at the 1960 Summer Olympics.

  2. Houcine Slaoui

    Houcine Slaoui


    Houcine Slaoui (pronounced Husyn Slawi, Arabic: حسين السلاوي‎) (real name Houcine Ben Bouchaïb) (1921 in Salé – 1951) is a Moroccan singer and composer who had a considerable influence on early-modern Moroccan Chaabi music.

  3. Ahmed Boulane

    Ahmed Boulane


    Ahmed Boulane (born 1 January 1956 in Salé) is a Moroccan film director.

  4. Ahmed al-Salawi

    Ahmed al-Salawi


    Ahmad ibn Mohammed ibn Nasir al-Salawi (1791 Sale - 1840 Sudan) was a Maliki scholar, Sufi teacher and writer, who played an important role in Sudan during the reign of the colonial Turkish-Egyptian administration. Al-Salawi was closely connected with Sudanese scholars like Ahmad ibn Isa al-Ansari, Ahmad al-Tayyib w. al-Bashir (whose daughter he married) and Ismail ibn Abd Allah al-Wali.

  5. Abdellah Taïa

    Abdellah Taïa


    Abdellah Taïa (Arabic: عبد الله الطايع‎; born 1973) is a Moroccan writer and filmmaker who writes in the French language and has been based in Paris since 1998. He has published eight novels, many of them heavily autobiographical. His books have been translated into Basque, Dutch, English, Italian, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish and Arabic.

  6. Eliyahu Moyal

    Eliyahu Moyal


    Eliyahu Moyal (Hebrew: אליהו מויאל‎, born 2 August 1920, died 6 September 1991) was an Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset for the Alignment between 1974 and 1981.

  7. Merouane Zemmama

    Merouane Zemmama


    Merouane Zemmama, Arabic: مروان زمامة‎, (born 7 October 1983) in Salé is a Moroccan footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder. Zemmama represented Morocco at the 2004 Summer Olympics and was first capped at full international level in 2008.

  8. Mohamed Amine Sbihi

    Mohamed Amine Sbihi


    Mohamed Amine Sbihi (Arabic: محمد أمين الصبيحي‎ - born 1954, Salé) is a Moroccan politician of the Party of Progress and Socialism. Since 3 January 2012, he holds the position of Minister of Culture in Abdelilah Benkirane's government. He is professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the Mohammed V University of Rabat and al-Akhawayn University of Ifrane.

  9. Amina Benkhadra

    Amina Benkhadra


    Amina Benkhadra (born 28 November 1954 in Salé, Morocco) is a Moroccan politician of the National Rally of Independents party. Between 2007 and 2012, she held the position of minister of Energy and Mines in the cabinet of Abbas el Fassi.

  10. Ahmed Essyad

    Ahmed Essyad


    Ahmed Essyad (born 1939) à Salé, is a Maroccain composer of classical music.

  11. Aïcha Belarbi

    Aïcha Belarbi


    Aïcha Belarbi (born 1946) is a Moroccan sociologist, women's rights activist and diplomat. She was ambassador to the European Union from 2000 to 2008.

  12. Rajaâ Cherkaoui El Moursli

    Rajaâ Cherkaoui El Moursli


    Rajaâ Cherkaoui El Moursli (born 12 May 1954) is a Moroccan Professor of nuclear physics. She won the L'Oréal-UNESCO Awards for Women in Science for her work on the Higgs Boson.

  13. Hassan al-Kattani

    Hassan al-Kattani


    Hassan al-Kettani (Arabic: حسن الكتاني‎; born 16 August 1972 in Salé) is a Muslim preacher and former political prisoner from Morocco. He was imprisoned for alleged connections to the 2003 Casablanca bombings, Kettani was pardoned by Mohammed VI eight years later after efforts by his lawyer, human rights groups and Islamists success in Morocco's parliament.

  14. Hajj Ali Zniber

    Hajj Ali Zniber


    Hajj Ali Zniber ( 1844 - in 1914 ) his full name Ali bin Ahmed bin Abd al-Qadir Zniber Lettam is a Moroccan writer and nationalist. It is known, with Abdellah Bensaid, having introduced the first constitution for the improvement of the political situation in Morocco in 1904 : Safeguarding the independence and rejection of colonial manipulation.

  15. Abdelwahed Radi

    Abdelwahed Radi

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    Abdelwahed Radi (born 1935 in Salé, Morocco) is a Moroccan politician and current head of the Socialist Union of Popular Forces since November 2008. He was the President of the Assembly of Representatives of Morocco for two terms, from 1997 to 2007 and again from 2010 to 2011.

  16. Saad Hassar

    Saad Hassar

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    Saad Hassar (Arabic: سعد حصار‎ – born 21 February 1953, Salé) is a Moroccan politician. Between 2007 and 2012, he was Secretary of State for the Interior in the cabinet of Abbas El Fassi, succeeding Fouad Ali El Himma.

  17. Hayat Lambarki

    Hayat Lambarki


    Hayat Lambarki (Arabic: حياة لمباركي‎; born 18 May 1988 in Salé) is a Moroccan track and field athlete specializing in the 400 metres hurdles.

  18. El Mehdi Malki

    El Mehdi Malki


    El Mehdi Malki (born 1 January 1988 in Salé, Morocco) is a Moroccan judoka. He competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the +100 kg event.

  19. Mohammed Zniber

    Mohammed Zniber


    Dr. Mohammed Zniber (1923–1993) was a Moroccan writer and historian. He also played an important role in the period of struggle for Morocco's struggle for independence from the French. He was a son of Moufti Boubker Zniber, the initiator of the petition against the Berber Dahir of the colonial French rule. In February 1944, he was arrested by the French together with his brother and father and spent three months in prison. After the war he was a history teacher and head of the history department of the University of Rabat. He is especially well known for his writings on the resistance fighters Frantz Fanon and Muhammad Ibn 'Abd al-Karim al-Khattabi and the history of his native town Salé.

  20. Raphael Ankawa

    Raphael Ankawa

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    Raphael Ben Mordechai Ankawa, also spelled Ankavah or Encouau, (1848–1935) was the Chief Rabbi of Morocco and a noted commentator, talmudist, posek, and author.

  21. Ahmad ibn Khalid al-Nasiri

    Ahmad ibn Khalid al-Nasiri


    For the 17th/18th century Sufi writer of the zawiyya Nasiriyya see Ahmed ibn Nasir.

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