Ruler of Dubai honors winners of the Arab press at the conclusion of the Arab Media Forum 2011
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Ruler of Dubai honors winners of the Arab press at the conclusion of the Arab Media Forum 2011

Dubai : United Arab Emirates | May 20, 2011 at 8:17 PM PDT
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Ruler of Dubai honors winners of the Arab press at the conclusion of the Arab Media Forum 2011

The presence of His Highness Sheikh Mohammedbin Rashid, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates Aribp Nations, Prime Minister and Rulerof Dubai and the presence of Crown Prince of Dubai and a number of sheikhs, Excellencies andselected intellectuals and journalists, reporters andeditors guests from within the UAE and abroad, and the presence of members of the Arab Journalism Award and the members of the Organizing Committee in Dubai Press Clubrecognizes Mr. Turki bin Abdullah mso editor andchief of Saudi journalists and the President of Gulf Press Association prize for the best columnist in 2010 at a grand ceremony held in Dubai after being selected from among the many posts by the book and Gulf Arabs who have been nominated toreceive this award, which Nail by the editor andjournalists considered by the Arabs of the most important awards in the Arab world in terms of thevalue of the physical, moral, and legal and Arab journalists have seen with satisfaction andadmiration because they pose to them the incentive and support for over ten years.. in the forefront of countries at the media and the journalist and cultural after the Renaissance and the development of the kingdom in its age prosperous, blessed to Sudeiri this achievement and we congratulate him and wish him further excellence and contribution.At the end of the ceremony, the Governing Council of the Arab Journalism Award and the Dubai Press Club memorial shield to His Highness SheikhMohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum,Vice-President of the United Arab Emirates Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai; appreciation andrecognition of its role in supporting the Arab mediaduring the past ten years; which was sponsoring the draft Arab Journalism Award The Arab Media Forum.

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