Samad was born in As-Suwayda, Syria in 1967. She currently lives in Germany. She graduated from Damascus University with a degree in Arabic Language and Literature. She has four published novels. Her first novel "Bilad al-Manafi" was published by Dar al-Rayyis in 2010. Abdel Samad has also translations from the Russian language such as "The Memoirs of a Young Doctor" by the Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov, which was a joint work with other translators; Osama Abu Al-Hassan and Thaer Zain Al-Din. In 2018, Abdel Samad's novel "La Maa Yarweeha" won the Katara Prize for Arabic Novels in the category of published Arab novels.
Muthakarat Tabib Shab, Translated by, Taliaa Publishing, 2005, Book
Belad Al Manafi, By (author), Raies Publishing, 2010, Book
Ghornikat Suria, By (author), Madarek Publishing House, 2013, Book
Fi Hananya Al Harb, By (author), Madarek Publishing House, 2015, Book
La Maa Yarweeha, By (author), Difaf Publishing, 2016, Book
Katara Prize for Arabic Novels in the category of published Arab novels, 2018