| Crown Princess|
| Her Royal Highness
|Jasmine bint Ahmad al-Sarraf|
|House||House of Abdul-Issam|
|Born||Ras al-Ayn, modern-day North Syria|
|2nd Surgeon General of the North Syria|
|Assumed office |
February 10, 2015
|Preceded by||Assad Abu-Jindal|
|Born|| Jasmine bint Ahmad al-Sarrafy|
April 1, 1986
Ras al-Ayn, North Syria
|Nationality|| North Syrian|
|Alma mater|| Harvard University|
Born in Ras al-'Ayn to Turkish father and an Arab mother, Jasmine studied in the United States for her medical career. She often described herself as a liberal, but yet devoted Muslim.
She became part of the Royal Family by marrying Crown Prince Omar bint Abdo Abdul-Issam, a grand nephew of King Fahad, and was shortly crowned a Princess of the Kingdom. She is a cousin and close friend of Crown Princess Razia bint Fahad by law.
Among Jasmine's focuses and concerns include the health risks of tobacco and hookah, stating that while hookahs are essential to Islamic culture, they should be regulated only for cultural events. She is also a noted advocate of gun control, stating that gun violence and firearms ownership is a threat to public health and will do much to discourage North Syrians from owning a gun, she has expressed her disapproval of Bill NS-35 which ended the four-year gun ban of the Peaceful Citizens Act passed in 2011.
Before becoming North Syria's Surgeon General, she was already involved in joint North Syrian-American medical study programs. She was instrumental in the helping of the construction of the Ibn Haytham Academy of Optics in Latakkia and the Royal Medical Academy in Aleppo.
She also involves in psychological issues, feeling the need to dig deep into the minds of terrorists and criminals as to what mentally motivates them to take part in such activity.
As for her political views, she describes herself as a support of the Progressive Party, and supports left-wing policies. She is adamantly against the death penalty, supports a gun ban and supports rights of undocumented immigrants.