Raymnd Atallah recognized by Princeton Global Network.

In recognition of professional distinction and to further acknowledge personal and academic achievements of note, Raymond Atallah will be included in the 2009/2010 Princeton Global Network Registry.
By: Princeton Global
Sept. 28, 2009 - PRLog -- Raymond Atallah is the founder, editor, and publisher of the Ad-Diplomasi News Report, the most distinguished monthly Middle East news report available in in Arabic, read by the most elite of Middle-Eastern decision-makers. With the organization since 1996, Raymond has played a significant role in all operations including story origination, editing, printing, and distribution. He was born in Beirut, Lebanon, and studied at Sacre-Coeur’s College, from which he received his undergraduate degree in politics before joining the military academy. Raymond started his career in journalism at the L’Orient and Al-Jaryda newspapers before accepting his current appointment with Ad-Diplomasi News Report. As an expert in European and Middle Eastern affairs, he has covered many events including the wars in Yemen, Biafra, Nigeria, Sudan, Doffar, Sinai’s desert, Golan Heights, and Lebanon. He also reported on the Six Days War and Vietnam while working for As-Safa newspaper, and Al-Hawadeth magazine. Raymond’s primary interest is World War II, a subject that he has dedicated an entire private library to, with thousands of books, videos, and DVDs. At home in London, he supports the surrounding community as well as the Lebanese Association of SOS Children’s Villages. In his leisure, Raymond enjoys playing the piano and violin, as well as traveling throughout the world.

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