Suha Arafat

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Suha Arafat (Arabic: سهى عرفات‎; born Suha Daoud Tawil (Arabic: سهى داود الطويل‎) on 17 July 1963) is the widow of former Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Suha Arafat has received more than 429,208 page views. Her biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Suha Arafat is the 11,951st most popular politician (down from 11,653rd in 2019), the 230th most popular biography from Israel (down from 209th in 2019) and the 80th most popular Israeli Politician.

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Among politicians, Suha Arafat ranks 11,951 out of 15,710Before her are Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia, Yair Lapid, Carl Vaugoin, Seankhenre Mentuhotepi, Theo Waigel, and Algirdas Butkevičius. After her are Sushma Swaraj, Vernon A. Walters, Vladimir Bonch-Bruyevich, Vasily Kosoy, Kashtiliash IV, and Hussa of Bernicia.

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Among people born in 1963, Suha Arafat ranks 185Before her are Paul Belmondo, Jerome Flynn, Miro Cerar, John van 't Schip, Anders Frisk, and Yair Lapid. After her are Jason Connery, Eva Cassidy, Zurab Zhvania, Alex Kingston, Dario Marianelli, and Yann Martel.

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In Israel

Among people born in Israel, Suha Arafat ranks 230 out of 389Before her are Ruth Arnon (1933), Elia Suleiman (1960), Israel Finkelstein (1949), Nehemiah Persoff (1919), Azmi Bishara (1956), and Yair Lapid (1963). After her are David Deutsch (1953), Saharon Shelah (1945), Ari Folman (1962), Ron Arad (1951), Avi Arad (1948), and Ilanit (1947).


Among politicians born in Israel, Suha Arafat ranks 80Before her are Rehavam Ze'evi (1926), Mordechai Gur (1930), Gabi Ashkenazi (1954), Alexander of Judaea (-100), Dalia Itzik (1952), and Yair Lapid (1963). After her are Isaac Herzog (1960), Joan of Acre (1272), Naftali Bennett (1972), Yossi Sarid (1940), Amnon Lipkin-Shahak (1944), and Yossi Beilin (1948).