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Iran and its Policy of Linking to Iraq

Mar 2020
Monday 08:00 PM - 09:00 PM

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A London- and Beirut-based Lebanese journalist, Kheirallah Kheirallah holds a law degree from the Jesuit University. He worked in Annahar newspaper from 1970 to 1988 before moving to London where he held the post of editor-in-chief of Al-Hayat newspaper until 1998. Kheirallah writes political articles in several Arab newspapers, including Al-Mostakbal, Al-Rai, Al-Arab, Al-Raya and others. His articles highlight various Arab political topics and issues related to Iranian-Arab affairs.

From the idea of a house that opens its door to the cultures and sciences of the peoples, to the house whose owner used to write and gather what happens in the place and outside it … the house of Abdullah Al Zayed was the first to found journalism in Bahrain with a modern press and library. He was also the first to open a cinema. He was the only editor who worked passionately to publish the weekly Bahrain Newspaper, and even encouraged aspirants to write about literature and culture.

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