|17th Prime Minister of Jordan|
2 August 1967 –7 October 1967
|Preceded by||Saad Jumaa (first term)|
|Succeeded by||Bahjat Talhouni|
23 April 1967 –1 August 1967
|Preceded by||Hussein ibn Nasser|
|Succeeded by||Saad Jumaa (second term)|
Saad Mohammad Juma
|Died||19 August 1979 62–63) (aged|
London, United Kingdom
|Alma mater||Damascus University|
Saad Mohammad Jumaa (Arabic : سعد جمعه; 1916 – 19 August 1979) was a Jordanian politician and 17th Prime Minister of Jordan.
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