Wadie Haddad

1927 - 1978

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Wadie Haddad (Arabic: وديع حداد; 1927 – 28 March 1978), also known as Abu Hani, was a Palestinian leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine's armed wing. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Wadie Haddad has received more than 409,061 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Wadie Haddad is the 112th most popular extremist (down from 101st in 2019), the 173rd most popular biography from Israel and the 4th most popular Israeli Extremist.

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Among extremists, Wadie Haddad ranks 112 out of 205Before him are Leon Czolgosz, Alexandros Koryzis, Baby Face Nelson, Omar Abdel-Rahman, Aslan Usoyan, and Joseph Bonanno. After him are Joseph Valachi, John Adams, Béla Kiss, Albert Anastasia, Sam Giancana, and David Berkowitz.

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Among people born in 1927, Wadie Haddad ranks 135Before him are Martha Chase, Al Martino, Martin Walser, Roy Cohn, Allen Newell, and Theodor Wagner. After him are Gae Aulenti, Laura Betti, Elvin Jones, Florencio Campomanes, Per Oscarsson, and Odvar Nordli. Among people deceased in 1978, Wadie Haddad ranks 76Before him are Prince Roman Petrovich of Russia, Max Mallowan, George Maciunas, Karl Lennart Oesch, Fernando Peyroteo, and Diana Budisavljević. After him are Jacques Bergier, Louis Prima, Viggo Brun, Luigi Allemandi, Gabriel Ramanantsoa, and Samuel Goudsmit.

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In Israel

Among people born in Israel, Wadie Haddad ranks 173 out of 389Before him are Esther Ofarim (1941), Naji al-Ali (1937), Dirk III, Count of Holland (982), Rafael Eitan (1929), Avram Grant (1955), and Amos Tversky (1937). After him are Gali Atari (1953), Arnon Milchan (1944), Daliah Lavi (1942), Meir Amit (1921), Eliyahu M. Goldratt (1947), and Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni (1907).

Among EXTREMISTS In Israel

Among extremists born in Israel, Wadie Haddad ranks 4Before him are Abu Nidal (1937), George Habash (1926), and Sirhan Sirhan (1944). After him are Yigal Amir (1970).