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AlRay AlAam
This article is about the Kuwaiti daily newspaper. For the Jordanian daily newspaper, see Al Ra'i (Jordanian newspaper).
See also: Al Rai (Kuwaiti newspaper)
Al Ray Alaam (in Arabic الرأي العام meaning "The Public Opinion") is a Kuwaiti Arabic-language daily newspaper.
Al Rai Alaam
الرأي العام
TypeDaily (launched as a weekly)
Owner(s)Almasaeed Family
Founder(s)Abdulaziz Almasaeed
EditorYousef Al masaaeed
Founded16 April 1961 (60 years ago)
LanguageArabic
Ceased publication1995
HeadquartersKuwait
(previously headquartered in Beirut, Lebanon)
Websitealrayalaam.com (in Arabic)
History and operations
The newspaper was launched by Abdulaziz Al Massaeed on 16 April 1961 as a weekly with the name of Al Rai Aam.[1]
Al Massaeed was both the owner and the publisher of the newspaper that was initially published in Beirut, Lebanon.[1][2] Later it was relaunched as a daily based in Kuwait.[1]
See also
References
  1. ^ a b c Selvik, Kjetil (2011). "Elite Rivalry in a Semi-Democracy: The Kuwaiti Press Scene". Middle Eastern Studies. 47 (3): 477–496. doi​:​10.1080/00263206.2011.565143​.
  2. ^ Ali Abdulsamad Dashti (2008). "The Effect of Online Journalism on the Freedom of Press: The Case of Kuwait" (PhD Thesis). University of Stirling. Retrieved 5 October 2013.
External links
alrayalaam.com, the newspaper's official website (in Arabic)
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