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In the early stages of his career, Hammad worked as a clerk in the Mutasarrifyah and soon became the popular leader of the clerks group. Together with his colleagues in Nablus he formed jam’iyyah (a society). Among those leaders were Al-Sheikh Umar Zitir, Al-Haj Badawi ‘Shur, Al-Haj Abdul Hadi Al-Qasim, Abdul Hadi and Hafez Pasha Al-Mohammed, Abdul Hadi and Abdul Rahman Al-Haj Ibrahim, mayor of Tulkarem. Prior to the constitution, they were part of the struggle within the AlA’yan circle in the Nablus metropolitan area.
Al-Jam’iyyah Al-’Ilmiyyah As-Suriyyah (the Syrian Scientific Society) was formed in 1847. Born as a literary society, its main activities involved the holding of symposia and the giving of speeches by its members, whose lectures concentrated on the Arabic language and heritage. Both Arabs and foreigners participated in the formation of this society, including Nassif Al-Yazigi, Nofal Nofal and Butrus Al-Bustani among the Arabs, and Churchill and Wandeik among the foreigners. After it was reestablished in 1868, its membership included people from outside Beirut, especially those who resided in Constantinople and Damascus.
2 Abdul Jabbar Hassan Jabburi, Al-Ahzab w-Al-Jam'iyyat As-Siyasiyyah fi Al-Qutur AsSuri fi Awakhir Al-Qarn At-Tasi’ ‘Ashar Ila Sanat 1958 (Parties and Political Societies in Syria from the Late 19th Century to 1958). Baghdad: Dar Al-Hurriyah Lit-Tiba'ah, 1980, p. 7. 34 Christian Arab, he was a philologist specializing in Hebrew and Latin, and he displayed great scientific knowledge. As a nationalist, he showed a great interest in national education and the prevalence of civil and religious liberty throughout his life.
Arab nationalism and the Palestinians, 1850-1939 by abdelaziz a. ayyad