Minister of Transport Khalid Ibrahim Al-wazir of Yemen

As a top aide of Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman, Yasser Arafat, al-Wazir had considerable influence in Fatah's military activities, eventually becoming the commander of Fatah's armed wing al-Assifa.
Khalil al-Wazir was born in the city of Ramla, British Mandate Palestine in 1935 to Muslim parents.
Al-Wazir was detained once again in 1957 for leading raids against Israel and was exiled to Saudi Arabia, finding work as a schoolteacher.
Al-Wazir remained there, opened a Fatah office and military training camp in Algiers and was included in an Algerian-Fatah delegation to Beijing in 1964.
During his time in Lebanon, al-Wazir was responsible for coordinating high-profile military operations including, allegedly masterminding the Savoy Operation in 1975, in which eight Fatah militants raided and took hostages in the Savoy hotel in Tel Aviv, killing eight of them and three Israeli soldiers.
On June 7, 1986, about a year before the Intifada sparked, al-Wazir was deported from Amman to Baghdad, eventually moving to Tunis days after King Hussein declared the efforts in establishing joint strategy for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict between Jordan and the PLO was over.
Al-Wazir had been assigned by Arafat the responsibility of the Palestinian territories within the PLO command and according to author Said Aburish, had "impressive knowledge of local conditions" in the Israeli-occupied territories, apparently knowing "every village, school, and large family in Gaza and the West Bank.
Al-Wazir was assassinated at close range in his home at 2 a.
Al-Wazir is widely believed to have been assassinated by an Israeli commando team, reportedly ferried from Israel by boat, aided ashore by Mossad intelligence agents.
Al-Wazir married his cousin Intissar al-Wazir in 1962 and had five children with her.
Jihad al-Wazir is currently the Governor of the Palestinian Monetary Authority.
Intissar al-Wazir said that the looting "occurred in broad daylight and under the watchful eye of Hamas militiamen.
Speaking to Saba, al-Wazir said that the participants would discuss preparations for holding the coming Arab Summit and its economic, developmental and social agenda in addition to a draft agreement of Arab multimedia transport and a memo on land transport that includes inclusion of Arab countries to agreement of coordinating border procedures.
Mr al-Wazir has said in a statement to the Yemeni news agency that what supports Yemen’s efforts for protection of safety of international sea navigation is the Yemeni parliament’s approval of criteria governing training and qualification of ship captains and engineers.