Born in 1934 in Jerusalem. Thinker. Activist.
In the 70s, Munir Sefik was the director of the Planning Branch, a think tank establishment of Fatah in the Palestine Liberation Organization, and the most prominent ideologue of the movement.
Originally an Orthodox Christian with Marxist views, Sefik was one of the symbolic names of Leftist and Marxist movements at the time in Fatah.
Munir Sefik would go on to question the Marxist way of thinking, accept Islam and become a prominent figure in the Palestinian Movement with his Islamic views.