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AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY FOR PALESTINE
ADEEB JAWAD JOUDEH AL HUSSAINI
Adeeb Jawad Joudeh Al Husseini, of the Al Ghodayya family, was born in Beirut (Lebanon) on 17/11/1964.
In 1982, he graduated from St. George’s School in East Jerusalem, a school run by the Anglican Diocese of Jerusalem.
In 1992 he graduated from Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the oldest Israeli university, considered one of the best universities in the world.
Adeeb Joudeh is married and has four children.
Of Islamic religion, he speaks fluently Arabic, Hebrew and English.
He is the Guardian of the keys of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem, a position he has held since he was young.
According to Jerusalem historian Dr. Aref Al Aref in his book “The detailed history of Jerusalem”, the keys of the Church were entrusted to the Joudeh Al Husseini family since the XII century, under Salah Al-Din, precisely in 1187.
Subsequently, hundreds of Royal Decrees, issued by several sultans, confirmed this privilege over the centuries.
The custody of the keys is still in the hands of the noble Hashemite family Joudeh Al Husseini and is handed down from father to son.
In January 2020 Adeeb Joudeh became a citizen of the Templar Nation and on 22 January 2020 he was appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Templar Nation in the State of Palestine, with notification of Credentials to S.E. Mahmoud Abbas, President of Palestine.
Accreditation UUN – Unrepresented United Nations
“I wish all of you, dear fellow citizens of the Templar Nation, my best wishes for a happy and serene New Year, wherever you are”.
05/12/2020: The Ambassador to Palestine Al Hhusseini officially met the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Mgr. Pizzaballa
The meeting took place on 4 December during the official entry of Bishop Pizzaballa into the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.
03/12/2020: International Disability Day, President Bonsi: I would like to see a world in which disabled people do not receive pity, but concrete actions to eliminate disability
Equality and inclusion are fine words, but facts are needed.