President of the European Centre for Counterterrorism and Intelligence Studies, and Researcher in Terrorism and Intelligence Issues, Federal Republic of Germany

Mr. Jassim Mohamad is an Iraqi researcher and former diplomat. He is currently the Head of the European Center for Counterterrorism and Intelligence Studies, Federal Republic of Germany and Kingdom of Netherlands; he is also a researcher at “Roya” foundation.

Mr. Jassim Mohamad specializes in terrorism and intelligence issues that include counter-terrorism methods, extremist groups and intelligence in addition to issues pertinent to the European Union: security, immigration and far-right terrorism.

He holds postgraduate degrees in English literature and media, as well as national security higher qualifications from Baghdad University, Iraq, and Cambridge University, UK. He has nearly 20 years of institutional experience in the field of intelligence and diplomacy and more than 35 years of experience in the field of studies and research.

He has written a number of books on radical groups, counter-terrorism, intelligence, security and immigration, and European affairs, namely Terrorism and Political Terrorism in Iraq, Yemen and Afghanistan; ISIS and the New Jihadists; The Declaration of the Islamic State and the Struggle over Allegiance; Counterterrorism: Strategies and Policies in the Face of the Foreigners; European Intelligence Services Combat ISIS Cells; European Intelligence Services: Incorrect Treatments; The Reality of Terrorism in Europe, Causes and Remedies; and Europe: Hard Crone Radicalization and Remedies. He also co-authored Turkey: Terrorism and Influential Minorities.