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Mohammed Al-Fayed
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    (January 27, 1929- )
    Owner of Harrods department store in London
    Owner of the Paris Ritz hotel
    Owner of British soccer club Fulham
    Father of late Dodi Al-Fayed (killed in car crash with Princess Diana Spencer
    He describes himself as 'an Egyptian from a modest background' when in fact he made his fortune through dealings with his brother-in-law Adnan Khashoggi, an arms dealer; 'Papa Doc' Duvalier, the Haitian dictator; and The Sultan of Brunei.
    His Harrods store was found guilty of racism for refusing to employ a black woman because she was 'unclean' and had 'unpolished speech (1997).'
    He sued Vanity Fair over remarks they made about how he treats his staff, but lost.
    He blames the bad press he gets on the fact that most of the British newspapers are under the influence of MI6, a British intelligence agency.
    He tried to sue three alleged CIA agents for damages related to the death of his son, Dodi. He also lost a similar claim for damages against the French state (July 1999).
    He is still pursuing the perceived 'wrongdoing' of his son's death in the Parisian courts.
    He still believes that the British secret service killed his son along with Princess Diana and still wants a British public inquiry.
    He was involved in the 'Cash for Questions' scandal, paying British MP Neil Hamilton to submit parliamentary questions on his behalf (1985-1989).
    He exposed Hamilton in a TV documentary (1997); Hamilton sued for libel and lost everything (1999-2000).
    He regularly applies for British citizenship even though he criticizes the British Royal family at every opportunity.
    He has his own website to put his views across on anything and everything ().
    He brags about his charitable giving on his website.
    He submits the 'Thoughts of Chairman Mo' column to Punch magazine, which he owns.
    He will probably sue this site for mentioning him.
    He had a long running feud with industrialist Tiny Rowland.
    He gives considerable amounts of money to charity.
    He spent lots of money on Fulham soccer club to get them back to the top soccer league in Britain.
    He keeps lots of people employed thanks to his continuous litigation.
    He's been trying to get hold of CIA and FBI files on his son for years, without success, under the US Freedom of Information Act.
    He described Britain's Prince Philip as 'a Nazi sympathizer.'

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