|Full name||Jehad Abdussalam Muntasser|
|Date of birth||July 26, 1978|
|Place of birth||Tripoli, Libya|
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Muntasser started his career at Italian side Pro Sesto, before being signed by English Premier League side Arsenal in 1997. He made one brief appearance for Arsenal's first team, coming on in a match against Birmingham City on October 14, 1997. He was sold to Bristol City in January 1998 but was released by them on a free transfer in the summer of 1999 without playing a first-team game.
He returned to Italy and has since played for a string of Serie C and Serie B clubs - Viterbese (1999-2000), Catania (2000–01), L'Aquila (2001–02), Triestina (2002–04), Perugia (2004–05) - before joining newly promoted Serie A side Treviso in 2005. Treviso however were relegated on their first season back at the top, and started the 2006-07 season back in Serie B. He later signed for a Qatar club, Al-Wakra Sports Club, in January 2008 Jehad Signed 6 Month for Al Ittihad of Libya.He was a member of the Libyan 2006 African Nations Cup team.
During the Libyan revolution of 2011 Jehad dedicated his time and resources to helping kids affected by the conflict by putting together a charity fundraising football event named ‘Friends of Libya’s Children’. The event brought together internationally renowned football stars such as Javier Zanetti, Fabio Cannavaro, Marco Materazzi, Pavel Nedved and many more that competed in a game hosted in Dubai and attended by Mustafa Abdul Jalil (at the time Libya’s interim leader). The event was broadcast around the Arab region. Funds raised during the event under the supervision of the UAE Red Crescent then went on to aiding kids in Libya that had been affected by the turmoil.
He is currently a football consultant for Al-Ahli Dubai.
He created "The Victorious" football talent show that aims at discovering the hidden talents in football among the Arab youths. The Victorious show already aired for two seasons on Dubai Channels Network, and preparations for the third season are ongoing.
- (in Italian) 
- "Football legends hold charity match for injured Libyan children". The National. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
- Bashir as-Sunni al-Muntasir, "Muzakkirat shadid ala al ahd al malaki", 1st ed., 2008. pp.153-154.