Al Ghad

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Al Ghad
The front page of the Al Ghad on Sunday 31 October 2010
Type Daily
Owner(s) United Jordan Press Company
Editor Jumana Ghunaimat
Founded 1 August 2004; 9 years ago (2004-08-01)
Language Arabic
Headquarters Amman
Official website Al Ghad website

The Al Ghad (Arabic: الغد meaning The Tomorrow) is an independent Arabic daily national newspaper published in Jordan and headquartered in Amman.


Al Ghad was founded in August 2004.[1] In addition to its print version, it launched online version which has reached a significant number of readers.[1] The paper was awarded three prizes in the categories of Best Design, Best Front Page, and Best Electronic Portal in the 7th Asia Media Awards, organized by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (IFRA).[1]


The newspaper is organized into five sections:[1]

  • Al Ghad Al Urduni (الغد الأردني): for local news of Jordan
  • Arabs and the World ( العرب والعالم): covers international and regional news
  • Al Tahaddi (التحدي): for sports news
  • Markets and Money (سوق ومال): covers world economical and business news
  • Hyatuna: this section covers different news related to health and environment

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  1. ^ a b c d "Al Ghad". Media Me. Retrieved 22 September 2013.