Important historical events on the eighth of Jumada I

It happened on the eighth of Jumada I:


  1. In 1323 AH / July 1905 AD, the death of Sheikh Muhammad Abdo, an Egyptian thinker, religious scholar, jurist, judge, writer and renovator. He is considered one of the advocates of renaissance and reform in the Arab and Islamic world and the symbols of renewal in Islamic jurisprudence.
  2. In 1355 AH / July 1936 AD, the Palestinian interpreter and poet Abdullah Muhammad Alami agreed He is a Shafi’i scholar who previously served as mayor of Gaza.
  3. In 1368 AH / March 1949 AD, the first government of the Zionist entity was formed under the chairmanship of David Ben-Gurion.
  4. In 1369 AH / February 1950 AD, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah officially assumed power in Kuwait. Kuwait still celebrates this day and considers it its national holiday.
  5. In 1373 AH / January 1954 AD, the Prime Minister of Egypt (at the time) Gamal Abdel Nasser issued a decree dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood.
  6. In 1394 AH / May 1974 AD, an armistice agreement was concluded in the Golan Heights between Syria and the state of the Zionist entity.
  7. In 1409 AH / December 1988 the official dialogue between the Palestine Liberation Organization and the United States began.
  8. In 1441 AH / January 2020 AD, the commander of the Iranian Quds Force Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, one of the leaders of the Popular Mobilization Forces, were assassinated in a US air strike that targeted a convoy at Baghdad International Airport.
Prepared by / Mr. Mohamed Hamdi Madoukh

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