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Suhair al-Qaisi

Suhair-al-Qaisi

Suhair al-Qaisi is an Iraqi journalist and a popular media face in Iraqi Television. She is an Iraqi citizen and was born in the year of 1985 in Baghdad. She joined the Faculty of Dentistry for a period, but afterward left medicine to become a great media figure. Suhair al-Qaisi started her first step in the media working in the English FM Radio in the city of Baghdad. Later than the U.S. invasion of Baghdad, she then moved to the UAE and resides in Dubai. She worked at rMBC Panorama radio. Later on, she was offered an enormous contract with Arabiya News Channel, where she is still now working. Suhair was given the title of Goodwill Ambassador by the Iraqi Red Crescent.

Suhair al-Qaisi is known by her celebrated compassionate visit to Baghdad’s Sadr City along with one of the military operations amid which she conveyed humane supports and easing materials to families inside a group that was lead by the Iraqi Red Crescent. Anchorwoman Suhair al-Qaisi developed as a superstar TV Face through the Al-Arabiya channel in the wake of transforming her course of life from turning into a dental practitioner to the field of media. She is known as the most exquisite supporter with a solid identity and sharp vicinity before her visitors from heading Arab legislators.
Once she said in an interview, “I am a debater and a reporter. I also quite love about the fast-beat news and the quick challenge during a debate. Participation in both works as there is no huge differences, if you are a perfect journalist by nature”.

At a glance:
  • Full name                : Suhair al-Qaisi
  • Country                    : Iraq
  • Date of Birth           : May 29, 1985
  • Place of Birth          : Baghdad, Iraq
  • Age                           : 29
  • Known for               : Journalist, News presenter
  • Fan page                  : real page not found
  • Official Website     : not found

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Sulaf Fawakherji

Sulaf-Fawakherji

Sulaf Fawakherji is a great TV and a film actress plus one of the most popular models in Syria. Especially she is known for her distinctive and beautiful light eyes. She was born in 22nd July 1977 in Lattakia, Syria. Fawakherji got to be famous on the little screen when she took part in numerous Syrian soap operas. In the year of 1998, Sulaf Fawakherji took her first part in the movie “Al-Tirhal” and “Nassim al-Roh”. In 2006, she returned to the film and took a central part in the movie “Halim”. After two years she took part in the movies “The Babydoll Night” and “Hassiba”. She got her Bachelor of Arts in Archeology from the largest Syrian University named “Damascus University” in 1998 as well as Masters in Classical archeology in 2003 from the same University.

Awards and Achievements:
She participated in The Cannes International Film Festival in 2006 and 2008. She received many awards from Cairo Festival, Tunis Television Festival, the Artists Syndicate of Syria, Adonia Award in 2008 and Murex Award for most excellent actress for the year of 2008, 2009.
Sulaf Fawakherji is the first Arab Artist who participated and carried the Peking Olympic Torch in 2008 in China. She contributed a lot to many charitable organizations such as UNICEF, Basma Association, Al Tawahod Organization and so on. She got married to Wael Ramadan, a film director of Syria. And they have 2 children named Hamza Wael Ramadan and Ali Wael Ramadan.

At a glance :

  • Full name                 : Sulaf Fawakherji
  • Country                    : Syria
  • Date of Birth           : 22nd July, 1977
  • Place of Birth          : Lattakia, Syria
  • Age                           : 37
  • Known for               : Actress, Model
  • Fan page                 : not found
  • Official Website     : not found

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