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Salman Al-Ansari
Salman Al-Ansari

Salman Al-Ansari is the founder and president of the Washington DC-based Saudi American Public Relation Affairs Committee (SAPRAC). He is a Saudi writer and political commentator. He is specialized in Strategic and political communication and a frequent guest at Al Arabiya TV channel and other international media platforms, such as CNN and CNNArabic. He has been quoted numerous times in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, The Financial Times, and the New York Times. Besides his native Arabic language, he’s fluent in both English and Spanish with a U.S. degree in Communication from Saint Louis University. He's active on social media with over 40K followers in twitter and has been regarded as one of the most influential media personalities in Saudi Arabia by the Saudi observatory organization "Elmam." He tweets @Salansar1.

COLUMNISTS
Salman Al-Ansari
Salman Al-Ansari

Salman Al-Ansari is the founder and president of the Washington DC-based Saudi American Public Relation Affairs Committee (SAPRAC). He is a Saudi writer and political commentator. He is specialized in Strategic and political communication and a frequent guest at Al Arabiya TV channel and other international media platforms, such as CNN and CNNArabic. He has been quoted numerous times in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, The Financial Times, and the New York Times. Besides his native Arabic language, he’s fluent in both English and Spanish with a U.S. degree in Communication from Saint Louis University. He's active on social media with over 40K followers in twitter and has been regarded as one of the most influential media personalities in Saudi Arabia by the Saudi observatory organization "Elmam." He tweets @Salansar1.

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