Souad Mekhennet Washington Post, Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Salary, and Net Worth

Souad Mekhennet Bio | Wiki

Souad Mekhennet is a popular German journalist and author currently working as an international security correspondent at the Washington Post. She is also the author of “I was told to come alone” and “The eternal Nazi”. Before, Souad worked as a columnist at The Daily Beast. Prior to that, she was a reporter at the New York Times.

Souad Mekhennet Age

Souad was born in 1978, in German. She is 44 years old.

Souad Mekhennet Height

She is a woman of average stature. Souad stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in ( Approx1.65 m).

Souad Mekhennet Family

She was born and raised in Germany to her father and mother. Souad is the daughter of a Turkish mother and a Moroccan father. She grew up principally in Germany but spent some years of her childhood in Morocco.

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Souad Mekhennet Husband

Souad lives in Washington. She loves to keep her personal life private hence she has not mentioned any details concerning her marital status. Therefore, it is not known if Souad is single dating or married.

Souad Mekhennet Education

After completing her primary and high school education Souad attended the Henri Nannen School for Journalism in Hamburg and the Johann-Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt

Souad Mekhennet Washington Post

She is a correspondent for The Washington Post’s national security desk. Souad has covered terrorism for the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, and NPR. In addition, she was a 2012 Nieman fellow at Harvard University, and she is a visiting fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies as well as the Geneva Center for Security Policy.

Souad became named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. She first covered for The Post in the immediate aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks, delving into the backgrounds of the Hamburg cell and writing on the Al-Qaeda threat in Europe, North Africa, and the Gulf.

Before, Souad was part of The Post’s coverage of the U.S. occupation of Iraq. In 2004, she started a long interlude at the New York Times, where she produced some of the most distinguished reporting on the Bush administration’s war on terrorism. She returned to The Post as a contributor in 2014 and became a staff writer in 2017.

Souad’s colleagues at the Washington Post Include:

George Will -political commentator

David Waigel – political contributor

Thomas Boswell – political commentator

Tom Hamburger -reporter

Yeganeh Torbati -reporter

Margaret Sullivan -writer

Marianna Sotomayor -congresional reporter

Jacqueline Alemany -co-anchor

Souad Mekhennet I Was Told To Come Alone | Book

On June 13, 2017, Souad published her book titled I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad. In this book, Souad journeys behind the lines of jihad, starting in the German neighborhoods where the 9/11 plotters were radicalized and the Iraqi neighborhoods where Sunnis and Shia turned against one another, and culminating in the Turkish/Syrian border region where ISIS is a daily presence. She combines memoirs with in-depth stories about her reporting to create a complex portrait of identity, conflict, and ideology.

Souad Mekhennet Salary

She earns a satisfying amount from her work as an international security correspondent at the Washington Post. Souad’s average salary is $76,464.

Souad Mekhennet Net Worth

She gets her wealth from her work as an international security correspondent at the Washington Post. Therefore, Souad has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Souad’s estimated net worth is $674,478.

How Old Is Souad Mekhennet

Souad is a 44-year-old who was born in 1978, in German.

Who Is Souad Mekhennet

Souad is a popular German journalist and author currently working as an international security correspondent at the Washington Post. She is also the author of “I was told to come alone” and “The eternal Nazi”. Before, Souard worked as a columnist at The Daily Beast. Prior to that, she was a reporter at the New York Times.

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