A Palestinian cartoonist whose name was associated with the character of “Hanadallah”. He was born in Palestine and grew up in Lebanon, and began his journey with drawing inside the cell of the detainee. He criticized the occupation, oppression and tyranny. His drawings were the cause of his fame and he was behind his death.
Birth and birth
There are no confirmed documents or sources that specify the precise date of Naji Salim Hussein Al-Ali’s birth, but he was most likely born in 1937 in the village of Al-Shajara in the Galilee region of a Palestinian family working in agriculture.
In the 1948 Nakba, he and his family moved to southern Lebanon and lived in the Ein el-Hilweh refugee camp.
Study and training
He attended elementary school in Tripoli, North Lebanon, to study automotive mechanics, then joined the Lebanese Academy in 1960 and studied painting for one year.
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