Hussein Abdullah Al-Amri, Yemeni Legislator. Board of directors Middle East Islamic Studies, Durham, England; Member Ymen Center for Studies (Sana'a), Yemen Society History and Archeology, Arabic General Historian Union (Baghdad, Iraq).
Al-Amri, Hussein Abdullah was born on April 23, 1944 in Sana'a, Yemen Arab Republic. Son of Abdullah Hussein Al-Amri and Latifa (Mohammed) Al-Sakkaki.
Bachelor in Islamic History, Damascus (Syria) U., 1973;
Master of Arts in Arabic History, Cambridge (England) University, 1979;
Doctor of Philosophy in Yemen Modern History, Durham (England) University, 1983.
Head. of department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sana'a, 1964;
deputy minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sana'a, 1975;
minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sana'a, 1977;
minister, Cabinet, Sana'a, 1984-1985;
minister, Ministry of Education, Sana'a, 1985-1986;
minister, Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery, Sana'a, 1986-1988;
member, Maglis Al-Sho ra (parliament), Sana'a, since 1988. Chairman education, culture, information and civil service committee Maglis Al-Sho ra, Sana'a, since 1988. Assistant professor Sana'a U., since 1986.