Ali Sawalmeh The first paraplegic to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro.

Ali Sawalmeh became the first paraplegic to climb Kilimanjaro, with the assistance and guidance of Mosatafa Salameh. Ali climbed to raise awareness on the rights of persons with disabilities. His message was not only to prove that he also can dream and achieve the impossible, but that people with disabilities deserve to be seen and heard, they deserve to have access to all facilities like everyone else.



Ready for More is an exclusive adventure series inspired by Land Rover’s most capable and versatile vehicle; the All-New Discovery. In the series Mostafa Salameh embarks on a journey across Jordan with 4 individuals to help them achieve incredible challenges and always be Ready for More.


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I'd never lacked self-confidence or courage, and I am always prepared to take risks....
I am so excited to be a part the 2018 World Marathon Challenge, to run 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days. It's another opportunity for me to challenge myself and achieve yet another dream.
Photo credit Nadir Daoud


The Free Press Journal: Book review

Dreams of a Refugee: From Middle East to Mount Everest is an inspiring autobiography of a Jordanian British mountaineer Mostafa Salameh. Born to Palestinian refugees, the book is his journey from the Amman New Camp, Jordan to becoming the first Muslim to climb the Seven Summits, including Mount Everest and the North and the South Pole.Mostafa Salameh’s climbs are unique, in the preface (and at several occasions in the book) he strongly asserts that climbing is not a personal passion, he climbs for a cause; in the hope of a better world.

Daily Record: Adopted Scot and first muslim ever to reach South Pole

IT’S a long way from home but the South Pole became a meeting point for two record breaking Scottish adventurers .

Adopted Scot Mostafa Salameh, a former refugee , was the first Arab and first Muslim ever to reach the extreme south of the planet, after 54 days in Antarctica and 38 days skiing.

And while he staked his claim he bumped into another polar record breaker – Luke Robertson, who made it to the pole unaided despite previously suffering a brain tumour and having a pacemaker fitted.

Jordan Times: Salameh hoists Jordanian flag

AMMAN — Jordanian mountaineer Mostafa Salameh on Saturday registered a new achievement by reaching the South Pole within 38 days. Salameh spent 50 days in Antarctica during which he crossed 985 kilometres in very cold weather conditions, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

He also hoisted the Jordanian flag and the Hashemite banner on the farthest point in the southern hemisphere, becoming the first Arab to come this far.