|Name Dima Tahboub||Role Writer|
Jordan elections interview with dima tahboub islamic action front candidate
Dima Tahboub (Arabic:ديمة طهبوب; born 1976, Hebron) is a writer, political analyst, member of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood, and media spokesperson of the Jordanian Islamic Action Front in English.
- Jordan elections interview with dima tahboub islamic action front candidate
- Background and education
Her husband was Tareq Ayyoub, a reporter at Al Jazeera who was killed in 2003 when two missiles fired from an American ground-attack aircraft in Iraq hit the Al Jazeera building.
Background and education
She was born in 1976; her father Tarek Tahboub is the former head of Jordan's Medical Association. In 2000 she married Tareq Ayyoub, and in 2002 the couple had a daughter, Fatima.
She began publishing regularly with the Assabeel newspaper in Jordan, and has written more than 800 articles. Next she published in Al-Quds Al-Arabi and Islamtoday and Al-Jazeera Talk, and in Palestinian newspapers and many other media websites.
She writes about Palestine as an essential part of her articles.