Muhammad Fathallah Pasha Barakat was born in the village of Menia Morshed Metobas Center in January 1866 received his primary education by the preacher of the Arab revolution (Abdullah Nadim) had a remarkable activity in all parliamentary bodies that rolled over Egypt from the first wave of the Revolution of 1919 and denied with four to Seychelles Island with leader Saad Zaghloul. He served three times as Minister of Agriculture and then as Minister of Interior. The Ministry of Interior was the first to make the Ministry's correspondence in Arabic work on publishing agricultural and consumer associations, publishing agricultural industries and agricultural production, and raising the standard of living in the country.