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Khaled Juma

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Palestine
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in: 1965
  • Age: 51
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Khaled Juma is a poet, author of children’s books, song's lyrics writer and plays. He was born in Rafah, on 25 October 1965, and lives currently in Gaza city. He is the Editor of Research Magazine "Roya" at the state Information service.
He published 26 books till 2013, 8 poems books, 17 children books in 3 languages, one of them is "naseh wa semsem" has been translated into Dutch & published in Vienna Austria in 2010.
With Abdemohsen AlQattan foundation he published 2 stories in 2012, three legs and the rabbet who don't like his name.
His children's stories include a number published with the Tamer Institute for Social Education Kaiouse at a Press Conference, children’s story, 2007; Sheeps Do Not Eat Cats, 2006, with UNESCO; The Distant City, 2007; Black Ear/Blonde Ear, 2002; A Forest’s Tale, “Kalilah Wa Dimnah for Youth,” 2000; with the UNRWA (The Story of Two Cubs, 2001; The Tears of the Yellow Color, 2001; The Context, 2001); with Save the Children (The Party, 2000; The Sad Pipe, 1999); Pages From the Diary of a Germ, with the Dutch Project/Gaza Municipality, 1996; and Alphabet Village, a series in cooperation with UNDP, 2000; Zamzooma leaves the house, against hunger project, 2008.


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