Palestine, Yemen congratulate Al Mayadeen on 10th anniversary
Palestine and Yemen congratulate Al Mayadeen on its 10th anniversary in support of the Palestinian cause and the Yemeni people.
Yemeni Ansar Allah spokesperson Mohammad Abdul-Salam congratulated Al Mayadeen on its tenth anniversary on Monday, praising the way it tackled the various issues that came up in the Arab arena in the past decade.
"We congratulate Al Mayadeen Media Network on its first decade, with an incredible performance and a bias toward the right of peoples to self-determination, as well as supporting the Palestinian cause in an Arab-Nationalist manner," Abdul-Salam said.
نبارك لقناة الميادين الإعلامية عشريتها الأولى بأداء متجدد مع انحياز لحق الشعوب في تقرير المصير، وتبن عروبي قومي للقضية الفلسطينية، ومواكبة للتطورات الدولية باحترافية وموضوعية. pic.twitter.com/oAh3tnSZDj— محمد عبدالسلام (@abdusalamsalah) October 10, 2022
The spokesperson also praised Al Mayadeen's coverage "of international developments with professionalism and objectivity."
The minister of information in the Sanaa government, Dayfallah Al-Shami, also congratulated Al Mayadeen tweeting: "I extend my warmest congratulations and blessings to the dear brothers at Al Mayadeen network on the channel's tenth anniversary."
"[I also extend] a special, heartfelt greeting to Al Mayadeen CEO, media star, and wordsmith Ghassan Ben Jeddou. We wish them continued success and sophistication, as they are as they have always been; representing reality and reporting facts," Al-Shami added.
A national initiative delegation from Palestine visited Al Mayadeen's Gaza bureau to congratulate the channel on its first decade on air.
Al Mayadeen celebrates on October 10 the beginning of the second decade since its launch. The channel underlines that it will uphold its support for righteous causes and continue to report on social justice, freedom, reform, and freedom of expression.
Al Mayadeen CEO Ghassan Ben Jeddou made a public address to commemorate the occasion, during which he drew up the channel's plans, editorial policy, and future ambitions and aspirations.
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