Dr. Mohammed Nazir Alhakim completed his university studies in France in the field of computer science and microelectronics. He holds three doctorate degrees in this specialty, including one in research management. He worked as a professor at French universities.
Alhakim works in France’s Le Circuit Electrique as a director and general technical coordinator. He designed a number of inventions, one of which is now being used in NASA’s spacecraft.
Alhakim joined the Islamic political movement in Syria in his youth. He had to leave Syria in 1976 for fear of reprisals by the Assad regime in response to his dissident activity.
Alhakim is a co-founder of the Syrian National Coalition and the Syrian National Coalition. He was elected a member of the Coalition’s political committee and also served as the head of the Coalition’s foreign mission in Turkey.