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FPRI’s Joseph Braude Introduces Nobel Peace-Prize Nominee’s Work at America Abroad Media Gala Awards

FPRI’s Joseph Braude Introduces Nobel Peace-Prize Nominee’s Work at America Abroad Media Gala Awards


At the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, Turkey’s ‘Antakya Choir’ performed sacred music from Muslim, Christian, and Jewish traditions. The performance, part of America Abroad Media’s annual gala awards event, was the brainchild of Saudi broadcaster and and intellecutal Turki Aldakhil. Braude introduced Aldakhil and explained the meanings of the three songs.

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