Khalid Fuad Abdulghani Al-Mujahid Altowelli. Born in Jeddah , Saudi Arabia in 1969. Completed his education between Jeddah Saudi Arabia and San Francisco, Daytona Beach And Laramie, Wyoming Works for Saudi Aramco. He is married with three children, a boy and two girls: Omar; Sara and Alyaa.

A multi lingual writer, researcher and journalist who has many articles, reports and journalistic researches in a number of Saudi-based newspapers. He started writing for Arab News in 1993, but has published articles in Arabic in Saudi Eleqtisadiyah and Al-Watan newspaper. In 2005 he moved to London, UK to work for London-based Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper and appeared in a Sky TV World Cup special talking about teams and players participating in the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. Has several more appearances in local and international TVs such Saudi TV1; Saudi Culture; Italian Rai 1; Singapore TV; Chinese CCTV. He led the Media operation for the Saudi Pavilion participating in the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai during which he wrote an article titled “Sailing into the Future”, which appeared in the China Daily newspaper.

Has written a number of historic articles in Al-Qafilah magazine, a Saudi Aramco publication revolving around the “Haj” , Muslim pilgrimage discussing various aspects of the annual season, which has been taking place for 14 centuries including an article about Orientalist visitors who documented their visits to the Muslim holy lands ; He has a number of unpublished novels and short stories including “Den Wars” in Arabic and “Rome Nights” in English Ar:خالد الطويلي

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