The Lebanese nationalist Kamal Shatila concluded his struggle today in Cairo.
The late was the head of the Lebanese People’s Congress, and the late attended Cairo as a guest of the Cairo Center for Strategic Studies, where he held several lectures and seminars during which he presented his visions about the new world order.
A number of Lebanese events, unions and popular forces mourned Shatila. We affirm the loss of Lebanon and the Arab nation, the fighter Kamal Shatila, his enemy among the most sincere men, and a fighter leader among the best leaders, who spent his life fighting for the unity of Lebanon, its Arab identity and independence, and for the sake of the issues of our Arab nation, foremost of which is the issue of Palestine and confronting the American-Zionist occupation.
The deceased is a teacher in the honorable free struggle, since the founding of the Union of Working People’s Forces in 1965, and through building youth, health, social and cultural institutions, to serve the country and the citizen, inspired by the principles of leader Gamal Abdel Nasser, the principles and ethics of struggle, the courage of the stance and the freedom of decision.
Chatila was born in Beirut on January 10, 1944. He studied political and administrative sciences at the Lebanese University and contributed to the establishment of the National Union of Lebanese University Students.
In 1965, Shatila founded the Nasserist organization, the Union of Working People’s Forces, which had an Arab nationalist orientation.
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