| Jamal Al-Tahat|
|Alma mater||Yarmouk University, University of Jordan, University of Leeds|
|Founder of||Integrity Initiative/Cluster/Jordan|
|Member of||Institute for Statecraft, Institute for Statecraft/Tor team|
|Interests|| • Middle East|
• North Africa
Senior fellow of the Institute for Statecraft who was paid £1000 for setting up Integrity Jordan.
Jamal Hassan Kadroh Al-Tahat became a senior fellow of the Institute for Statecraft between March and November 2018. His speciality was listed as "Security, Strategy and Governance, Middle East and North Africa". He also works for the U.S based organization Democracy for the Arab World Now.
Al Tahat studied mathematics at Yarmouk University in Jordan, then getting a Post Graduate in Philosophy at the University of Jordan, and a Master's in Development Studies from University of Leeds, England in 1995.
Al Tahat worked as an instructor, researcher, and managing editor of the strategic journal (Istrategia Al-Ordun) at the Center for Strategic Studies at the Jordanian National Defense College. He then joined the Advanced Research Group as a visiting fellow with the British Royal Defense Academy for five years.
Jamal Al-Tahat was paid £1000 for "Setting up Integrity Jordan, the Jordan Cluster of the Integrity Initiative", according to a leaked invoice.
In 2002 a Jordanian Jamal Al-Tahat took part in "Civil Society Initiatives in the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership Area".
In 2010 Dale Gavlak cited a "Jamal al-Tahat, Writer" in a BBC story about Jordan's elections as saying that "Even traditionalists don't believe a free election will take place. There's little trust of the current system and government and the vague discourse used by the regime over the past few years".
Al-Tahat worked on media research with special focus on disinformation with Zephyr Associates, a British organization.
He is a Senior Fellow at the U.S.-based organization Democracy for the Arab World Now.