List of persons names (and their functions) used in AWR-Articles

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Name Function
Fātḥī Ghānim

Late Egyptian novelist; Political writer: Journalist; Editor

Fatḥī Khaṭṭāb
Fātḥī Kishk

Egyptian lawyer

Fātḥī Labīb Yūsuf

His return to Christianity got officially affirmed after 31 years of being a Muslim. [AWR, week 52, art. 20]

Fātḥī Maḥmūd

A champion of the Modern Art and Design. He graduated from the Cairo College of Applied Arts in 1938 specializing in Sculpture and Interior Design. Fātḥī Maḥmūd laid the foundation of the Egyptian German Porcelain Company which continued his vision of 'Art for Millions of People'.

Fātḥī Najīb (Dr.)

Assistant to the Minister of Justice, Judge

Fātḥī Raḍwān
Fātḥī Saʿad (Dr.)

Governor of 6th of October; former governor of Gharbia, Giza

Fātḥī ʿAbd al-Ghanī

Ruler of Damanhūr city

Fatḥī ʿAbd al-Naʿīm
Fātḥī ʿUthmān
Fātḥiyya al-Dakhākhnī


Fātḥiyya Kāmil Mikhā’īl
Fāṭima al-Yūsuf

Early 20th Century Lebanese journalist and actor working in Egypt; Founder of Rose al-Yūsuf magazine

Fāṭima al-Zahrāʾ
Fātima al-Zanātī (Dr.)

Director of al-Zanātī Office and its Associates

Fāṭima Fāḍl Sayyid

Wife of Muslim Brotherhood member ʿIsām al-ʿIrīyān.

Fāṭima Faraj [Fatma Farag]

Lawyer, head of the legal department of the Association of Freedom of Thought and Expression (AFTE)

Fāṭima Nāʿūt [Fatima Naoot]

An Egyptian writer and poet

Fāṭima Sayyid Aḥmad (Dr.)

Author; Journalist

Fāṭima Zahrāʾ (Businesswoman)

Moroccan businesswoman

Fāṭima ʿAbd al-Maḥmūd

female candidate in the Sudanese presidential elections 

Fāṭin al-Ḥadīdī


Fāṭin Fāris ʿAdlī
Faure Gnassingbé, President- (Togo)‎
Fawzī al-Saʿīd
Fawzī Fāḍl al-Zafzāf (Shaykh)

Former Deputy of the Azhar; Former president of the Permanent Committee for Religious Dialogue

Fawzī Fahmī (Dr.)

President of the Egyptian Academy of Arts

Fawzī Khalīl (Rev.)
Fawzī Mursī (Egyptian caricaturist)‎

a cartoonist for the weekly Egyptian October Magazine. In Sept. 2017, he won the bronze at the 2nd edition of World Humor Award, Italy ‎

Fawzī Tāj al-Dīn


Fawziyya al-ʿAshmāwī (Dr.)

Secretary general of the Islamic European Conference in Paris, Professor at Geneva University

Fawziyya ʿAbd al-Sattār (Dr.)

Human rights and political Activist; Member of the Secretariat of the NDP; Professor of criminal law at Cairo University; former president of the Legislative Committee in the People’s Assembly

Fawzī al-Fakharānī (Prof.)


Professor of Graeco-Roman Archaeology at Alexandria University

Fāyiz Ghālī

Egyptian Scriptwriter

Fāyiz Isḥāq (Rev.)

A pastor at the evangelical church of Qasr al-Dubārah in Cairo, the largest Protestant church in the Arab world

Fāyiz Lāwindī

Coptic lawyer

Fayṣal bin Muʿammar (Dr.)

Secretary General of the King ʿAbdallāh Bin ʿAbd al-ʿĀzīz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural ‎Dialogue (KAICIID) and Saudi Royal Court Advisor

Fayṣal Duwaydār (Major General - al-Minyā / Upper Egypt / Egypt)
Fayṣal II (King of Iraq)

(1935-1958) King of Iraq (1939-1958)

Fayṣal Mawlawī (Shaykh)

Vice president of the Islamic European Fatwa Council

Fayṣal Ṣāliḥ al-Khayrī


Fāyza Maḥmūd Ṣaqr
Fāyzah Abū al-Najā ( Egyptian Minister of Planning & International Cooperation)

Fāyzah Abū al-Najā was the Minister of Planning & International Cooperation throughout the Mubarak era and the transition period. She was one of the main politicians to instigate that international NGOs in Egypt take action without being licensed and therefore need to be tried in court.

Fāʾiq Bishūy
Fāʾiq Zakkā Būlus (Father)

Former Monk in the Monasteries of Saint Macarius and Anba Bishoi

Ferdinand II of Aragon (King)

King of Aragon and Castille (1479-1516)

Ferdinand Marcos (President of the Phillipines)
Fidel Castro (President of Cuba)
Fīfīyān Fuʾād [Vivian Fuad] (Dr.)

Manager of the Coptic Center for Social Studies; Wife of Samīr Marqus

Fikrī Abāẓa ‎(Egyptian journalist, 1896-1979)
Fikrī Ḥabīb Jirjis


Fikrī Makram ʿUbayd

First Secretary-General of the National Party; Former Deputy Prime Minister

Fikrī ʿAbd al-Masīḥ Zaqlama
Fikrī ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz (Dr.)

Member of the International Federation of Psychiatry; Professor of Psychology at Al-Azhar

Fikriya Aḥmad

Author; Journalist

Fīktūr Makārī [Victor Makari] (Rev., Dr.)

Egyptian; served as coordinator for the Office of the Middle East and Europe for the PC (USA)

Fīktūr Salāma

Assistant Editor of the Waṭanī newspaper; Author

Fīktūr Yūnān [Victor Yunnan]

Coptic Christian arrested in 1996 for selling videos about Christianity.

Fīlūbūs [Philubus] (Bishop)

Bishop of Dakahlia (Since 1969)

Fīlūksīnūs [Philoxenos] (Father)

Monk in the Monastery of the Holy Virgin in al-Qūṣiyyah / Asyut

Fīlūmīnūs [Philomenos] (Father)
Fiona McCallum

professor at St. Andrews, Scotland

Fiona McKie

British architect living since 2001 in the Egyptian desert oasis of Siwa. She has a special interest in traditional Siwan architecture.

Firās Zakī Bishr [Firas Zeki Bishr]

former-FJP Minister of Local Development during the presidency of Muhammad Mursi, was in 2014 in hiding in Egypt

Flemming Rose (Journalist)

Danish journalist; Author; Cultural editor at Jyllands-Posten newspaper (Since 2004)


Flemming Weiss Andersen
Francesca Ciriaci


Francesco Patton (Father - Custos of the Holy Land)
Francis (Pope)
Francis Arinze (Cardinal)

Head of the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue

Francis Bacon (Sir)
Francis Fukuyama (Dr.)

American philosopher; political economist; author

Francis J. Ricciardone (Ambassador)

Deputy Ambassador at the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan; Former US ambassador to Egypt

Francis of Assisi (Saint)

13th Century catholic deacon and preacher; Founder of the Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans)

Franck Goddio (Archaeologist)

(*1947)  French underwater archaeologist

Francois Hollande (President)

François Gérard Georges Nicolas Hollande (born 12 August 1954) is a French politician who served as President of France and ex officio co-prince of Andorra from 2012 to 2017. He was previously the first secretary of the Socoalist Party from 1997 to 2008, Mayor of Tulle from 2001 to 2008, and President of the Correze General Council from 2008 to 2012. Hollande also served in the National Assembly Of France twice.

François-Marie Arouet (Voltaire)

French Enlightenment writer and philosopher

Frank R. Wolf (Senator)

Republican member of the U.S. House of Representitves from Virginia (Since 1981)

Frank-Walter Steinmeier (President)
Franklin Roosevelt (President)

USA president in the 1950s

Frans Berkemeijer (Fr.)
Frans Derksen
Franz von den Driesch (Mr.)
Franz W. Niehl (Author)
Fred Grünfeld (Dr.)
Fred Halliday (Dr.)

Late Irish academic specialized in Middle Eastern affairs

Freddy al-Bayāḍī (Dr.)
Frederike Siedfried

Head of the Bode Museum. 

Freya Stark (Dame)

British explorer and travel writer

Friedrich Bokern

German political analyst

Fuat Sezgin (Dr.)

Fuat Sezgin is a Turkish orientalist with a focus on Arabic Islamic Science 

Fuʾād al-Dawālībī

Leading figure in al-Jamācah al-Islāmiyyah; Member of its Shūrá Council

Fuʾād al-Nādī (Dr.)

Professor of Sharīcah and Law at the Azhar

Fuʾād Badrāwī

Vice president of the Wafd Party

Fuʾād Ḥaddād

Fuʾād Ḥaddād (1927 - 1985) was an Egyptian poet using the Egyptian vernacular. In his poems, he would focus on individual perspectives on societal matters. He was imprisoned for communist political activities.

Fuʾād I (King)

King of Egypt and Sudan (1922-1936); Sultan of Egypt and Sudan (1917-1922)

Fuʾād Maʿasūm (President of Iraq)

Fuʾād Maʿasūm was the president of Iraq from 2014 to 2018. He was opposed to extremist groups such as ISIS, which try to break solidarity between Muslims and Christians as he was aware of the important contributions Christians had made to Iraqi society throughout history.  

Fuʾād Muḥyī al-Dīn

member of Egypt's National Democratic Party during Sadat era