Jahd Khalil is a journalist based in Cairo, Egypt. He has reported on politics, culture, business, technology and design from Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Tunisia and the US for Esquire, The Financial Times, The Guardian, Fast Company, and others. He was GroundTruth's 2016 Middle East Fellow and the recipient of a Pulitzer Grant on Crisis Reporting. Previously he was an editor of the English weekly Egypt Independent and a co-founder of the independent website Mada Masr.
He is available for print and radio assignments.
Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @jahdkhalil.
BUZZFEED- Here’s How The Arabic Script Is Getting A New Life
THE DAILY BEAST- Egyptian TV: America Controls the Weather
ESQUIRE- The Oral History of 2013 - Egypt's Rabaa Massacre
ESQUIRE - Three Years in Cairo and One Night in Ferguson
FAST COMPANY - Cairo's Tech Oasis
FOREIGN POLICY - Egypt's Roadmap to Nowhere
THE GROUNDTRUTH PROJECT- Making Music in the Syrian Diaspora
THE GUARDIAN- Anger as Egypt detains campaigning journalist
MADA MASR - Reporting from dead men’s living rooms
THE NATION - Tunisia's Unfinished Revolution
THE NATIONAL - Why are Egyptians so Good at Squash?
OMAHA MAGAZINE - The Land of the Pharaohs and Omaha Beef Liver
POPULAR SCIENCE - Can 3D-Printing Help the Refugee Crisis?
QUARTZ - Egypt's real estate boom has turned from economic safe haven to rubble