Israeli science ministry appoints Palestinian 2nd in command

Abu Hamed, from East Jerusalem, climbs Israeli government ranks

23 March, 19:20

    (ANSAmed) - TEL AVIV, MARCH 23 - A Palestinian from East Jerusalem has been appointed to the most prestigious positions in the Israeli government administration - deputy to the Chief Scientist in the Ministry for Science, Technology and Space.

    Tareq Abu Hamed has become the highest ranking Palestinian of the Israeli government administration, according to the broadcaster I24. Abu Hamed, a 42-year-old doctor, directed the Centre for Renewable Energy prior to entering the ministry two years ago.

    His supervisors were struck by his scientific capacities and are convinced that his appointment will be crowned with success.

    Abu Hamed told the Israeli press meanwhile that the continuous passage between the Israeli and Palestinian realities is quite ''schizophrenic". (ANSAmed).

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