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RT Arabic releases two books to commemorate 15th anniversary of broadcasting

The authors of the books are Salam Musafir and Khalid Al-Roshd, hosts of RT Arabic’s “One Word” and “Memory Journey.

Both are the first experiences of print publications based on interviews that have aired on the channel for 15 years.

Musafir’s interlocutors spoke, among other things, about the background to the Western coalition’s invasion of Iraq, as well as about secret negotiations between the imprisoned Iraqi leadership and U.S. military authorities. In addition, the testimony of judges who took part in the trial of Saddam Hussein is cited.

“For many years I have continually received requests from viewers to publish the texts of the episodes of Memory Journey. This issue became very urgent after the blocking and deletion of RT channel content in general and program content in particular on various Internet platforms,” Al-Roshd said, for his part.

The books are available in Russian and Arabic. The presentation will take place at the Cairo Book Fair on January 24, 2023.

On October 5 RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan at a ZOV poetry evening devoted to the special operation in Ukraine,presented the poetry collection Poetry of the Russian Summer, published by the RT TV channel team.

The collection combines works with military themes.

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