born in Jordan, studied political sciences at universities in his native country, and received his PhD from Cairo University. In addition to writing regularly for the Jordanian daily »Al-Ghad«, Rumman is a researcher at the Center for Strategic Studies at the University of Jordan, who specializes in political thought and
Jalal Barjas was born in Hanina, a village near Madaba, Jordan in 1970. He studied aeronautical engineering and worked as an engineer before becoming an editor and later a reporter for various Jordanian newspapers and magazines. In addition to his journalistic work, he has written poetry, short stories, and novels.
The Jordanian-Palestinian poet, writer, and photographer Ibrahim Nasrallah was born in 1954 in Amman, the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. As the son of Palestinian parents who were relocated in 1948, he spent his childhood and youth at the Al-Wehdat Palestinian refugee camp. He studied at UN schools
Amjad Nasser was born in 1955 in al-Turra in Jordan. He had his first poems published in Jordanian newspapers at the age of twenty. From 1976 he worked for two years as a press and television journalist in Jordan before moving to Beirut, where he helped to run the cultural
Ali Bader was born in Baghdad in 1974. He did his military service during the first and second Gulf Wars. He subsequently followed a programme in book studies and restoration at the National Manuscript Archive in Baghdad, alongside studies in French literature at Baghdad University. Bader is a chronicler of