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Dina al-Shibeeb
Dina al-Shibeeb

Dina al-Shibeeb is a former senior journalist at Al Arabiya English. She specializes in political affairs coverage on Iraq and Syria and is a former business reporter. She also writes different topics including lifestyle, features and offbeat picks. Dina’s twitter handle is @EpicofIraq.

COLUMNISTS
Dina al-Shibeeb
Dina al-Shibeeb

Dina al-Shibeeb is a former senior journalist at Al Arabiya English. She specializes in political affairs coverage on Iraq and Syria and is a former business reporter. She also writes different topics including lifestyle, features and offbeat picks. Dina’s twitter handle is @EpicofIraq.

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Arab MP behind Adhan in Knesset speaks out

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Israeli Arab MP Taleb Abu Arar recited the Islamic call of prayer or Adhan to protest against a proposed law that aims to ban it

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