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ABOUT JAMAL DEMLOJ
Lebanese journalist dealing with Media, Politics, and Public Affairs since 1977.
Correspondent in Northern Lebanon: ‘Assafir’ daily newspaper (1977–1980).
Editor in Arabic Affairs: ‘Al-Kifah Al-Arabi’ weekly magazine (1980–1981).
Editor in International Affairs: ‘Al-Moukif Al-Arabi’ weekly magazine (1981–1982).
Editor in Arabic & International Affairs: ‘Falasine Al-Mohtalla’ weekly magazine (1983–1986).
Editor In-Chief: ‘Al-Rabita’ weekly magazine (1986–1988).
Correspondent in Nicosia: ‘Al-Hayat’ daily newspaper (1988–1990).
Producer of Arabic department: ‘CyBC’ (1990–1991).
Editor in Arabic Affairs: ‘Al-Sharq Al-Awsat’ daily newspaper (1991–1992).
Broadcast Journalist: ‘MBC’ (1992–1994).
Senior Producer of Business News: ‘BBC’ (1994–1996).
Field Reporter covering Cyprus, Greece, Albania, and Yugoslavia: ‘Al-Jazeera Satellite Channel’ (1997–1999).
Correspondent in Moscow: ‘Abu Dhabi Channel’ (2000 – 2002). He had also duty trips to Chechnya, Afghanistan, and Somalia.
Correspondent in Moscow: ‘Al-Arabiya Channel’ (2002 – 2003).
Senior Writer/Reporter based in Dubai Media City: ‘Al-Arabiya Channel’ (2003 – 2006). He had also duty trips to Iraq, Bahrain, Pakistan, and Cuba.
Chief of News department: ‘DM TV’ (2007 – 2009).
Chief of News department: ‘Orient TV’ (2010 – 2011).
Back to Lebanon
Since the so called ‘Arab’s Spring’ began in 2011, and following to his resignation from Orient TV, he have decided not to be involved in Arabic Media unless if he will be hosted as expert in Middle Eastern, Russians, and International Affairs.
In May 2013, he returned back to Lebanon after he spent 32 years of his professional life as immigrant.
In August 2013, he published his first book under the title: ‘Asnam Sahibat Al Jalala’ (The Idols of Her Majesty).
In February 2015, he published his first poetry book under the title: ‘Marabe’e Ishk’ (Gardens of Love).
In November 2015, he published his favorite book under the title: ‘Al Putinya’ (The Putinism).
Between May 2015 and June 2018, he wrote more than 600 Political Analysis, most of them on Russian Affairs, for ‘Mon Liban’, ‘Lebanon 24’, and ‘Eurabia’ News Websites.
In June 2019, he established ‘Salamouna Post’ website in Beirut, aiming to encourage people talking in Arabic to take ‘Salam’ as choice and target under the slogan: ‘In Peace We Trust’, and he had recently established ‘J.D. News’ in English hoping to achieve the same goal.