Sajida al-Mousawi

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Sajida Al-Mousawi
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EducationBachelor of Arts degree
Alma materBaghdad University
  • poet
  • writer
  • journalist

Sajida Hamid Hassan Al-Mousawi (1950) is an Iraqi poet residing in the United Arab Emirates. She was born in Baghdad and studied there and graduated from its university in 1975 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She worked as an employee at the Iraqi Cultural Center in London in 1989 for four years. She was Elected for more than one session to the membership of the Central Council of the General Union of Writers in Iraq, and to the Membership of the Board of Directors of the Iraqi Journalists. She was a member of the executive office of the General Union of Iraqi Women, and She held the position of managing editor of the women's magazine for several years. She was also appointed to the Ministry of Culture and Information.[1]


  • The child of the palm (original title: Teflato Alnakhal), first edition in Baghdad 1979, second edition Beirut 1981.
  • The air of the palm (original title: hawa alnakhal), Baghdad 1983.
  • The pollen grains (original title: altala'), Baghdad 1986.
  • At the spring of the moon (original title: enda nebie alqamar), Baghdad 1987.
  • The Babylonians (original title: albailiat), Baghdad 1989.
  •  A Moon over a suspension bridge (original title: qamar fawq gesr moalaq), Amman 1992.
  • The Gasps (original title: shahaqat), Baghdad 2002.
  • Traveling to suheil (original title: alsara le suheil), Baghdad 2000.
  • Letters to the inhabitants of the Earth, selections translated into English (original title: rasaiel ela sukkan alardh), first edition: New York 2000, second edition: Baghdad 2000.
  • cooing doves, poetry anthologies (original title: hadeel alhamam), Dimashq 2004.
  • sumerian affliction (original title: tabareeh soumariah), Dimashq 2004.
  • and Iraq remains (original title: wa yabqah al Iraq), Dimashq 2006. [2]


  1. "13 عضواً جديداً في «اتحاد كُتّاب الإمارات» - حياتنا - ثقافة - الإمارات اليوم". (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-02-14.
  2. "مئة عام على الحرب العالمية الأولى : مقاربات عربية . المجلد الأول ، الأسباب و السياقات و التداعيات / مجموعة مؤلفين". عمران للعلوم الإجتماعية و الإنسانية. 4 (16): 240–240. 2016. doi:10.12816/0027617. ISSN 2305-2473.

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