Ahmad Ragab is an Egyptian satirist whose writings appear in the newspaper Al-Akhbar. Ragab is known by writing "Nos Kelma" ("Half a Word"), usually a few lines of satire. He is sometimes considered a national.
In 1974, Ragab began working with cartoonist Mustafa Hussein to provide ideas and captions for the newspaper's cartoon on its last page, but they had a falling out in 2001.
The Anti-Defamation League has criticized Ragab for a 2001 Al-Akhbar column called "Thanks to Hitler", in which he thanked the Nazi leader for the persecution of Jews and wrote "revenge on them was not enough."