The RPG-32 Nashshab (نشاب in Arabic, Genesis in English) alternatively known as the RPG-32 Hashim, is a Russian-Jordanian rocket launcher.
The RPG-32 was developed between 2005 and 2012 under the request and contract of Jordan.
The RPG-32 looks similar to previous RPG designs. However, unlike previous designs, the weapon is reusable, and uses two types of launch containers affixed to the rear of the weapon. The entire package consists of a short, reusable launcher tube with grips, firing controls and sight mount, detachable collimating sight and disposable ammunition containers, which are pre-loaded at the factory and attached to the rear end of the launcher before firing.
The RPG-32 uses the PG-32V round, a 105mm shaped warhead. The round has a stated penetration capability in excess of 750 millimeters (29.5 inches) of rolled homogeneous armor.