Mohammad AlKhuniazi (b. 1925) is a Saudi intellectual who was born in Qatif, Saudi Arabia. He received his preliminary education at the hands of tutors from Qatif, and studied Qur'an, Arabic Grammar, Logic and Islamic Jurisprudence. He educated himself through reading in various fields; especially in modern potery.
He became a lawyer and a distinctive public figure in the society. He has several poems and articles in different fields that were published in Arab magazines like "AlErfaan", "AlMa'aref", "AlAdeeb" and "AlAlwah" magazines in Lebanon, "AlUfuq", "AlRa'ed", "Bahrain Voice", "Eqra" and "AlManhal" magazines in the Gulf region.
In 1988, AlKhunaizi participated in Gulf Poetry Festival in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Moreover, Kuwait Radio Station broadcasted a literary program that included his poems, and, in the forties, he founded a literary association in Qatif with some of his colleagues. Mohammad AlKhunaizi has many published writings; some of which are "AlNagham AlJareeh", "Shams Bela Ufuq", "Kano Ala AlDarb", "Tahaweel Abbqar", Ajras Hazeenah", "Keyout Mina AlShams" and many others.