Born in Nablus in 1870; son of Hassan Nabulsi; was educated in Nablus, then studied at Al-Azhar University in Cairo; returned to Palestine where he inherited his father’s wealth and was popular among soap dealers in Egypt; known as a pious Muslim; in 1934, one of the founders and supporters of the Palestinian Defense Party, as whose treasurer he served at times; remembered for his charitable work during the strike of 1936; kept a rich library which is a reference for old manuscripts; built a mosque in Nablus and donated his personal library to it; the mosque and a soap factory in Nablus still carry his name; died in 1940.
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