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Tamer Al Mishal

Tamer Al Mishal

Sector : Media, Journalists

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Palestine
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in: 1983
  • Age: 39
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Tamer Al-Mashal (born on March 23, 1983 in Sheikh Radwan neighborhood, Gaza) - Palestinian journalist and documentary filmmaker, who worked with the BBC and works with Al-Jazeera, emerged during his coverage of the Israeli wars on the Gaza Strip, and then in the program What is Greatest Hidden.

He received his primary and preparatory education in the schools of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in Gaza, then completed his secondary studies at the model school for gifted students established by President Yasser Arafat in 1998 within the scientific branch. He joined the Islamic University in Gaza with the outbreak of the second Palestinian uprising and studied media in it, where he obtained a bachelor's degree in 2004 with distinction. He left for the United Kingdom and obtained a master's degree in international media from the University of Westminster in 2007 with distinction.


Achievements and Awards

The survey extended its activities, as it covered the events of the Libyan civil war against the regime of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, as well as the events of the Syrian civil war in 2013, and the Egyptian presidential elections in 2012.

Tamer Al-Meshal has produced a number of documentaries for the Al Jazeera network, the most prominent of which are:

"Sirte ... Paths of Decisiveness" is a documentary film he produced while covering the events of the Libyan revolution.

“Khuza'a ... disaster and heroism,” deals with the massacre committed by the Israeli occupation forces during their invasion of the town as part of the ground war on the Gaza Strip in July 2014.

"Rafah ... The Connection Is Missing", an investigative film for the Black Box program, which talked about the details of the Israeli invasion of Rafah in August 2014 and the disappearance of the Israeli soldier Hadar Golden.


The survey won in 2012 and 2014 the Best Arab Reporter Award from the Young Arab Media Forum.

In 2015, the British Cambridge International College of Languages awarded an honorary master's degree in business administration in recognition of his excellence and creativity in the media in his various coverage and for his role in developing the capabilities of young Palestinian media professionals.


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