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Alberto Fernandez at the Daesh/ISIS in Europe London Event

Alberto Fernandez at the Daesh/ISIS in Europe London Event

July 31, 2016 10:45 am

Sky News Arabia Interview: Former Ambassador Alberto Fernandez, Vice-President of the Middle East Media Research Institute, addresses the issue of Western governments allowing extremist movements in the region.

This interview was conducted in Arabic. To view the full interview follow the link: http://www.skynewsarabia.com/web/video/861630/فرنانديز-الحكومات-الغربية-سمحت-بالحركات-المتطرفة

 

 

 


 

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