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Interview of Dahlia Rahaimy with DW about Saudi Reforms

Apr 21, 2018

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Hier ist ein Interview mit mir auf Deutsche Welle erschienen über Kino, Veränderung und deren Bedeutung in Saudi Arabien.

At the begin of reform process in Saudi Arabia, Deutsche Welle Kulturwas interested in understanding more on these reforms. I spoke about the changes happening in society, reactions towards these changes in society and their meaning for the future of Saudi people.

Deutsche Welle is Germany’s public international broadcaster.


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