Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman
Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman is a researcher who specialises in Political Thought and Islamic Movements. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Sciences from Yarmouk University in 1995. He also received his Master’s degree in Political Sciences from Al Albayt University in 2000. Then, he obtained his PhD. in the Philosophy of Political Theory from the faculty of Economics and Political Sciences at Cairo University. Abu Rumman is a writer for the daily Jordanian Newspaper Al-Ghad.
Items by Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman
- November 19, 2023 Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman
Obviously, there is a huge escalation and a big increase in the tension between Amman and Tel Aviv. We would not be exaggerating, or straying away from the truth, if we were to describe them as the fierce diplomatic war Jordan is having in confrontation with Israel along several...
- September 26, 2018 Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman
Despite its gravity and sensitivity, what is happening in Jordan today — massive protests and the expulsion of ministers in various municipalities and the general sense of frustration and popular discontent with the draft income tax bill — is ironic. Why? Over the past few years, Jordan was regarded...
- August 21, 2017 Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman
The Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Islamic Action Front achieved good results in Jordan’s municipal and governorate elections on 15 August. It proved itself to be the sole political party able to achieve electoral victory; most of the other parties failed to achieve convincing results. Despite the “crisis” in relations between the...
- July 19, 2017 Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman
Questions are being asked about the disappearance of Daesh and its fighters. Where have they gone? Why haven’t we seen their bodies? Where are the prisoners? Western security agencies and media spoke of the extremist group having tens of thousands of members in the past, so where are they?...
- November 3, 2016 Dr Mohammad Abu Rumman
With the entry of Iraqi forces into the eastern neighbourhoods of Mosul and preparation for the battle for Raqqah in Syria, Daesh has become fragmented. The time of Daesh being in charge of its self-declared “state” appears to have come to an end. The most important question beyond the...