Najah Al-Attar (Arabic: نجاح العطار; born 10 January 1933) is the Vice President of Syria, in office since 2006. She is the first Arab woman to have held the post. Previously she was Minister of Culture from 1976 to 2000.
Attar is an accomplished translator and started teaching in high schools within Damascus after her return from Scotland, then worked in the Department of Translation of the Syrian Ministry of Culture. In 1976, she was appointed as Minister of Culture, serving in that post until 2000. On 23 March 2006, she was appointed as Vice President.