Mohammed Hassib al-Qadi is a Palestinian poet. He was born in 1935 in Jaffa. His family was displaced during the 1948 Nakba to the Gaza Strip. He died on October 30, 2010 in Cairo where he was buried. He started writing as a literary editor in the Palestine News newspaper, which was published in Gaza in the 1960s. The Israeli occupation forces after the occupation of the Gaza Strip in 1967 and separated from his work. He then left the Gaza Strip to Cairo where he contributed to the voice of the storm and then the voice of Palestine. He later served as director of Palestine Radio in Algeria and Sana’a. A reference to the task of editing Al-Ashbal newspaper published in Tunisia and Cyprus. His poems were translated into English, Italian, Persian and Bulgarian. He won the International Poetry Prize in 1995 along with a number of other awards in Tunisia and Cairo.