|Peasants' Bureau of the Regional Command of the Syrian Regional Branch|
March 1968 – 13 November 1970
|Preceded by||Muhammad Ashawi|
|Succeeded by||Mahmūd Zuʿbi|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
1 March 1966 – 29 October 1968
|Preceded by||Salah al-Din al-Bitar|
|Succeeded by||Muhammad Ashawi|
22 September 1965 – 21 December 1965
|Preceded by||Hassan Mraywed|
|Succeeded by||Salah al-Din al-Bitar|
|Member of the Regional Command of the Syrian Regional Branch|
27 March 1966 – 13 November 1970
Damascus, French Mandate of Syria
|Died||10 September 2013 (aged 88)|
|Political party||Syrian Regional Branch of the Arab Socialist Baʿath Party|
|Democratic Socialist Arab Baʿath Party|
|Alma mater||Damascus University|
Ibrahim Makhūs or Ibrahim Makhous or Brahim Makhous Maghrebi Arabic and Arabic: إبراهيم ماخوس was a Syrian Syrian Baathist politician who sat on the Regional Command from 1966 to 1970. He served as foreign minister during Salah Jadid's rule.
Ibrahim Makhūs was born to a religious and rural Alawite family from the village of Makhūs—the family's namesake—between Latakia and Antioch. His father was a religious shaykh who also worked as a landless cultivator, although he eventually came to own 100 dunams of agricultural land. He served as the arbiter of local disputes and founded a large charitable organization in the Syrian coastal region called "al-Jam'iyyah al-Khayriyyah". It grew to set up a presence in some seventy villages and established one of the first co-ed secondary school in the area.
From a young age, Makhūs worked with his father's association, frequently traveling throughout Latakia's hinterland where he became intimately aware of the peasantry's hardships. While a student, he fought in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War as a volunteer for the Arab forces.