Arab media forum opens in Dubai

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum (C), Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of Dubai, inaugurating the opening session of the annual Arab Media Forum in Dubai on May 12, 2015The Arab Media Forum, the largest annual gathering of its kind, opened Tuesday in Dubai with lively debate on the future of the industry amid upheaval in the Middle East. Attended by around 1,500 people, the forum began with Organisation of Islamic Cooperation chief Iyad Madani addressing the image of Muslims in the world, tarnished by a wave of extremist violence.


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