|His family is originally from Hatay in Turkey||In July 2015, Mamlouk visited in Saudi Arabia and in Oman and met with Saudi and officials to discuss proposals for ending the Syrian Civil War|
|Mamlouk is also head of the Contents• He was deputy director there, when in June 2005 President appointed him head of the||also put him into sanction list in September 2011|
His agency had "repressed internal dissent, monitored individual citizens, and had been involved in the Syrian government's , where protesters were killed by Syrian security services".
|In May 2015, concern mounted regarding Mamlouk's whereabouts and health after not having been seen for some time, leading to comparisons with who recently met a violent and unclear death||The warrants bring charges including collusion in torture, , crimes against humanity and war crimes|
|Rabil; foreword by Walid 2006||Mroue, Bassem 4 February 2013|
Early life [ ] Ali Mamluk was born in into a family on 19 February 1946.5
|12 December 2013 at the Youkal Retrieved 21 July 2012 Arabic• On 23 April 2012, the US government imposed sanctions on him, saying he had been responsible for human rights abuses, including the use of violence against civilians||There is another report giving his birth year as 1945|
|In July 2012 following the , it was reported that Mamlouk would become the head of the with the rank of minister overseeing the entire security apparatus, and that former chief would become his assistant||The Daily Star 21 July 2012• Mamlouk is said to be on good terms with all of Syria's intelligence agencies; the heads of the and the were once his assistants|
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