See our news on & Stay up to date with the breaking news updates from AlBalad Newspaper, one of the leading newspapers in Lebanon. Albalad is a Lebanese Daily Newspaper, you will enjoy reading about local political, lifestyle, sports, directions, technology,economics, international issues. Lebanese daily newspaper. Al-Balad meaning The country, officially Sada Al- Balad meaning The echo of the country, is an Arabic-language daily newspaper in.
|Published (Last):||9 April 2011|
|PDF File Size:||6.34 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||11.48 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Albalad newspaper. what is going on?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 19 September Notice that it only takes someone to be fair to another in Lebanon to categorize him as a sympathizer Media is more nedspaper a wrestling ring these days! First Prev 2 of 3 Go to page.
Dark Angel Legendary Member Oct 1, Alex Active Member Oct 1, All it had was its subcriptions.
Retrieved 28 September The Orange Room is being restructured. Gemayel family are done in metn Jospeh Samaha seems to me more of a consipracy-theory guy than an actual journalist.
Observer Well-Known Member Sep 16, Archived from the original on 8 September I always felt this guy was an FPM sympathizer Prev 1 2 3 Next. Retrieved from ” https: Ina study carried out by Ara’a Company with participants concluded that Al Balad was read by InAl Balad also began publishing a French language edition.
This page was last edited on 6 Octoberat Shah Massoud Active Member Oct 2, Shah Massoud Active Member Sep 15, The Fassad campaign is getting everywhere and at all levels in albaladd alarming way. The newspaper as most others are is a financial failure.
And that was nothing.
Al Balad Sal
In terms of sales, i dunno about akhbar yetal balad was a total failure. There are tthree newspapers in lebanon who will never loose money, they are annahar, assafir and L’orient le jour because antoine Shweiry who albalaf most of the advertising world in Lebanon and other Countries. Its headquarters is in Beirut.