Mohammed Hussainy is a Jordanian writer specialising in Iraqi issues who writes for the Arabic language Al Ghad newspaper and Al Arabiya.net.
He is the director of the Identity Center in Amman, Jordan, which aims to encourage political participation in Jordan and the wider Arab world.
Jordan demands democracy, not disintegration
While Arabs express solidarity, the specificity of each nation must not be overlooked. In Jordan, Mohammed Hussainy...
What keeps Mubarak on his throne?
Mohammed Hussainy summarises the personalities and forces that prevent Mubarak from standing down.
Patriarchal shows of generosity will not appease the Arab people
Arab regimes' attempts to buy off their people only highlight their duplicity, argues Mohammed Hussainy
Messages from Tunisia
What message should Tunisians and the peoples and governments of the Arab world and beyond take from the Tunisian...
Published in: HomeIraq's big deal: the coming national unity government
Faced with the problem of how to share the offices of power between rival blocs, Iraqi politicians are rearranging...
Iraq: on the path to national salvation?
The current political impasse in Iraq is damaging to all parties involved. A National Salvation Government sponsored...