Halima Boland

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Halima Boland, a Kuwaiti broadcaster, was born on December 10, 1980 in Kuwait.

Biography and life story of celebrity in English.

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Name in English: Halima Boland
Name in Arabic: حليمة بولند
Full real name: Halima Abdel Jalil Boland
Nationality: Kuwait
Language: Arabic, Gulf dialect
Religion: Islam
Date of birth: December 10, 1980
Place of birth: Surra, Kuwait
Age: 41 years old (in 2022)
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Profession: broadcaster
Years of activity: 2001 – present
Social status: Married
Husband: Abdul Salam Al-Khubaizi
Sons: Maria

Biography, Life story

Halima Boland was born on December 10, 1980 in Kuwait. She began her media career in 2001, when she was a final year student at the Faculty of Arts at Kuwait University, after the head of the media department chose her to work on Kuwait TV. She presented many channels on various Gulf and Arab channels, and started her first program, “Ring Ya Jaras”. She presented many festivals, such as the Salalah Festival, Dubai Nights, and Hala February, and Halima won the title of “Miss Arab Media Women.”


She was subjected to many criticisms, due to her ostentatious playfulness in all her programs and blatant costumes, which are not commensurate with the sanctity of the month of Ramadan, as all her works are shown during Ramadan. And again, she receives a fierce attack from the media and her former fans because of her utterance and mockery of the Saudi people and the Jordanian people, and also her insult to the presenter of the program “Hraf wa Alof” Muhammad Al-Shehri, whose program is shown on MBC 1, but she denied this on the Arts channel in the Najma and Qamar program and confirmed that she cannot to issue such abuse.

List of works


– On Kuwait TV: Circle – Ring Ya Bell – Hello, Yableh.
– On Rotana Channel: Your Songs – Atyaf – Hello Halima.
– On MBC 1: Halima Series (two parts).
– On Arts Channel: Halima Park


In 2007, she acted her own “Fawazeer” called “Halima’s Fawazeer” consisting of 30 episodes and broadcast on Al Rai channel.

Awards and Honors

2008 – Best Arab Female Journalist.
2009 – Best Arab Media Female, for Halima series.
2010 – Best Arab Reporter, for Halima series.