Jassim Al Kazmawi

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Jassim Al Kazmawi (1912–1994) was a Kuwaiti political figure important in the early history of modern Bahrain. He was an assistant to the British agent assigned to the trucial states. While his political career began working as a Council for the British in what is now the modern day United Arab Emirates, he was eventually assigned as a Council to Bahrain. He was responsible for establishing the first radio station in Bahrain during the World War II known as "Itha'at al Bahrain" or Bahrain Broadcasting. He is the father of former Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company chairman and managing director Faisal Jassim Al-Kazmawi.

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