Newspapers in Jordan

This is a list of newspapers in Jordan.

Name Established Language Editor Period Political View Website
Ad-Dustour 1967 Arabic Saif Alsharif Daily Pro government/ Semi-independent www.addustour.com
Al-Arab Al-Yawm 1997 Arabic Tahir Al Udwan Daily Pan Arab www.alarabalyawm.net
Alghad 2003 Arabic Muhammad Elayyan Daily Liberal www.alghad.com
Al Ra'i 1971 Arabic Abdul-Wahhab Zughailat Daily Pro government www.alrai.com
Assabeel 1993 Arabic Editor Daily Islamic Conservative www.assabeel.net
Al Anbat 2005 Arabic Riyadh Horoob Daily Nationalist www.alanbat.net
The Jordan Times 1975 English Samir Barhoum Daily Independent www.jordantimes.com
Al-liwa 1972 Arabic Bilal Hasan Al Tel Weekly Liberal www.al-liwa.com
Shihan 1991 Arabic Jihad Momani Weekly Liberal www.shihannews.net
Al-Ahali 2006 Arabic Adnan Khalifa Weekly Nationalist www.hashd-ahali.org.jo
The Star 1993 English Editor Weekly Pro government/ Semi-independent www.star.com.jo

Daily newspapers

Suspended dailies

  • Al Arab Al Yawm

Weekly newspapers

  • Assabeel, Islamic
  • Shihan
  • Al-Watan, nationalistic slant
  • Al Majed, pan-Arab nationalist
  • Hawadeth Al Saaeh
  • Al Liwaa
  • Al Ahali, leftist voice of the Popular Democratic Party in Jordan, not strictly party political but run on newspaper lines
  • Al Kalimah
  • The Star; English weekly, independent, political, economic, social, published every Thursday
  • Asrar Newspaper [1]
  • Fact International, English and [2]

See also

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