Al-Hewar Center hosts conversation with Egyptian Writer AlDoulah
ON-LINE MEETING – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 4:00 PM WASHINGTON,DC / 11:00 PM BEIRUT
A conversation with Egyptian writer and activist, Mr. Mohamad Saif AlDoulah, about “Egypt and the Arab-Israeli Conflict” (in Arabic)
Our on-line meetings are hosted on Zoom. At the time of the event, enter the “Dialogue Center Room” by clicking on the following link: https://zoom.us/j/2753028608. The meeting number is 2753028608.
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