The grandson of the famous governor of the Ottoman era, Ahmed Jamal Pasha, has faced the loss of defeat in the parliamentary elections. He participated in the election on behalf of the Green Left Party. In case of winning the election, he would also get the honor of the oldest member of parliament. He is also a journalist and author. Hasan Jamal's biography states that he is the grandson of Ottoman governor Ahmad Jamal Pasha. Ahmad Jamal Pasha was described as a butcher. The reason for this is the stories attributed to them. They killed tens of Lebanese and Syrians at the beginning of the First World War.
The killings were carried out in Marja Square in Damascus and Al Burj Square in Beirut. Since the 1950s, this square has been called Martyrs' Square.
Born in Istanbul in 1944, Hasan Jamal was the editor-in-chief of Jamhurit newspaper from 1981 to 1992. Then he became the editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Sabah" and then in 1998 the newspaper "Milliyat". He resigned after 5 years. Since 2013 working on independent news site "T24". In a conversation with Al-Arabiya.net, he gave a brief account of his career. He said that recently he was prosecuted for criticizing President Erdoğan. He was charged with insulting the President and the public prosecutor sought a prison sentence of 4 years and 8 months.
As for his grandfather Jamal Pasha, his biography is known to young and old in Syria and Lebanon. We can find it easily and conveniently on the internet. The video presented below shows that he took command of the 4th Ottoman Army. He was appointed absolute ruler of the Levant in 1915 at the start of World War I. Jamal Pasha sent an elite group of intellectuals from Syria and Lebanon to a court-martial and brought various charges against them. These charges included working for British and French intelligence to get rid of the Ottoman government.
The trial ended with the execution of the death penalty by hanging the accused in two stages. One seed was executed in August 1915 and the other in May 1916 in the two most important squares of central Damascus and Beirut. This move had an impact on the Ottoman state.
Then forced by circumstances, he was living in the capital of Georgia when he was killed by an Armenian youth in 1922 at the age of 50.
As far as the youngest person to win a seat in the 600-member Parliament is concerned, she is the female candidate of the "Justice and Development Party" Zehranur Ayadmir. He is 25 years old. He is one of the 4 out of 13 members who won from Ankara's 1st district.
Zahra Noor was born in 1998 in the suburb of Ankara Province "Kankaya".
They are married and have no children yet. He started his political career in 2016 through the youth branch "Committee on Political and Legal Affairs" of Erdoğan's "Justice and Development" party in the capital Ankara.
Zahra Noor speaks English as well as some German. He completed his education from Ankara University of Economics and Technology.