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last updated Jan. 5, 2010 11:8 AM (EST+7)
Rafiq al-Natsheh
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Rafiq al-Natsheh, a member of Fateh, was first appointed to the cabinet in 1998 as minister of labor. He was made minister of agriculture in 2002 and held this position until October 2003.

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Al-Natsheh was born in Hebron in 1934. He holds a PhD in political science from Moscow University and a master’s in political science from Cairo University. He has authored several books on Palestinian history. From 1956 until 1970 al-Natsheh worked in Qatar as the education’s office director of Qatari minister.

He was a member of the Fateh Central Committee from 1980, and he served as Fateh representative to Saudi Arabia. In 1996 he was elected to the Palestinian Legislative Council to represent Hebron district.
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