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• Wednesday, April 07th, 2010

Dammam — Prince Mohammed bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz, the Governor of Eastern Province inaugurated here on Sunday Dammam TV Complex in the presence of Prince Jelawi bin Abdulaziz bin Musaed, Deputy Governor of Eastern Province.

Upon arrival at the venue, Prince Mohammad bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz was received by Minister of Culture and Information Dr. Abdulaziz bin Mohieddin Khoja; Supervisor of Dr. Khoja’s Office Ibrahim Al-Musallam, Director General of the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) Abdullah bin Fahd Al-Hussein; Assistant Undersecretary of Ministry of Culture and Information for Engineering Affairs Dr. Riadh bin Kamal Najm; and the Ministry’s Assistant Undersecretary for Television Affairs Saleh Al-Mughailith.

In his speech, Dr. Khoja congratulated the people of the Eastern Province on the passing of 25 years since the assumption of Prince Mohammad bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz the governorate of the Eastern Province and on his great achievements.

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8 Responses

  1. 1
    Mohammad Younas 

    Dear Sir,
    I need the e-mail address and phone Numbers of Dammam TV complex to contact some of my old friends.

    Regards.

  2. 2
    Mohammad Younas 

    Thanks for providing information on TV Complex.

  3. 3
    Admin 

    Mohammad Younas, I apologize I wasn’t able to find this information for you. I’ve tried to look around but it isn’t listed anywhere at the moment. I will keep an eye out for it and if I’m able to find it, I will let you know.

    My apologies, sir.

  4. 4
    Khalid Pervez 

    Dear Sir / Madam

    It’s my pleasures to write for a job at your prestigious and renowned university for any suitable job. Presently, I am working as coordinatore, dept of economics in the pvt sector international university based in Lahore, Pakistan.

    I look forward to hearing you soon.

  5. 5
    Admin 

    Khalid, please check out the following link and apply through there.
    http://www.pmu.edu.sa/v4/careersa.asp

  6. 6
    Anis Beg 

    Dear Sir,

    We have an affiliate Media Company in UAE and would like to register it in Dammam TV. Please send the contact e-mails of the concerned in Dammam TV complex.

  7. 7
    Admin 

    Unfortunately I do not have that information. You may want to perform some internet searches to see if you can find their phone number or email address.

  8. 8
    Lungile 

    anonymous,I am flabbergasted, and don’t even know how to aneswr your comment. Would you suggest we ignore slavery in other countries, though we have overcome it here? Shall we let female genital mutilation continue, since it is part of another nation’s “culture????” We are called to make value judgments every day, and we are part of a world community of Heavenly Father’s children. The only point I can possibly concede is that we should value others’ cultures and be able to learn from them as well. You will notice that in my efforts I have been able to work within the system. I am not agitating that men be allowed to come and view the basketball games, or that anyone wear athletic clothing that flaunts their religious tradition. Here in Saudi women are struggling for basic human rights. A Saudi princess is leading the initiative to allow women to drive. There is interest in sports and education for women. I am honored to be able to provide a program which is needed and wanted here.Update on the basketball team: we had so much interest here at the school that we have decided to add an intermural basketball activity. I asked the girls to form their own teams of 8 and we would have a tournament within the college in April. So far 13 teams have been submitted, (that’s over 100 girls, almost 1/5 of our student body!) and I’m trying to get a faculty team going, too. Last week the outdoor courts were being used every hour of the day by teams practicing! I don’t know how you can equate this with imposing an unwanted foreign culture.

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