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Sabria S. Jawhar
Sabria S. Jawhar

Sabria S. Jawhar is a columnist and former Jeddah bureau chief for the English-language daily newspaper Saudi Gazette in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She also writes for Arab News. She is considered one of the leading female journalists in Saudi Arabia. Her news beats included the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Interior and was among only a handful Saudi women to specialize in terrorism coverage during the extremist attacks in Saudi Arabia from 2003 to 2006. In 2005, she earned a Fellowship at the Korean Press Foundation and Yonsei Communication Research Institute in Seoul, South Korea. In 2007 she was a panelist in the United Nations 15th International Media Seminar on Peace in the Middle East in Tokyo, Japan. She also was a panelist at the Second Saudi Female Media Conference in Riyadh in 2007. In 2010, Jawhar was named by the Dubai-based Arabian Business magazine as one of the "World's Most Influential Arabs" by ranking her No. 94 in its "Power 100" list. The magazine also listed her in 2011 as one of the "100 Most Powerful Arab Women." She tweets at @Saudiwriter.
 

COLUMNISTS
Sabria S. Jawhar
Sabria S. Jawhar

Sabria S. Jawhar is a columnist and former Jeddah bureau chief for the English-language daily newspaper Saudi Gazette in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She also writes for Arab News. She is considered one of the leading female journalists in Saudi Arabia. Her news beats included the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Interior and was among only a handful Saudi women to specialize in terrorism coverage during the extremist attacks in Saudi Arabia from 2003 to 2006. In 2005, she earned a Fellowship at the Korean Press Foundation and Yonsei Communication Research Institute in Seoul, South Korea. In 2007 she was a panelist in the United Nations 15th International Media Seminar on Peace in the Middle East in Tokyo, Japan. She also was a panelist at the Second Saudi Female Media Conference in Riyadh in 2007. In 2010, Jawhar was named by the Dubai-based Arabian Business magazine as one of the "World's Most Influential Arabs" by ranking her No. 94 in its "Power 100" list. The magazine also listed her in 2011 as one of the "100 Most Powerful Arab Women." She tweets at @Saudiwriter.
 

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