Saad Jumaa

Saad Jumaa
Prime Minister of Jordan
In office
2 August 1967  7 October 1967
Monarch King Hussein
Preceded by Saad Jumaa (first term)
Succeeded by Bahjat Talhouni
Prime Minister of Jordan
In office
23 April 1967  1 August 1967
Monarch King Hussein
Preceded by Hussein ibn Nasser
Succeeded by Saad Jumaa (second term)
Personal details
Born Saad Mohammad Juma
Tafilah, Jordan
Died 1979
London, United Kingdom
Political party Independent
Residence Amman
Alma mater Damascus University
Profession Writer, Thinker
Religion Islam

Saad Mohammad Jumaa (Arabic: سعد جمعه; 1916 – 1979) was a Jordanian politician and a former Prime Minister of Jordan.


Saad Jumaa' was born in Tafilah, Jordan in 1916 and was of Kurdish origin. Jumaa was a writer and thinker. He completed his secondary education in Salt and then studied law at Damascus University and graduated in 1947.

Jumma died in 1979 in London, United Kingdom.



Foreign honour


See also


Political offices
Preceded by
Hussein ibn Nasser
Prime Minister of Jordan
Succeeded by
Bahjat Talhouni
This article is issued from Wikipedia - version of the 7/30/2016. The text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike but additional terms may apply for the media files.