Najat Al Saied

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Najat Al Saied is an Emirati pro-Israel activist, author and researcher who formerly worked for the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR).

Penning for Zionist and Neocon Causes

Saeid has a 20 year experience working as a journalist in various media corporations and diplomatic institutions such as the Emirati Al Ittihad newspaper, the US government-funded Alhurra News Channel, the Israeli newspaper, Israel Hayom (funded by the US-based Adelsons), the neocon and Islamophobic Gatestone Institute, Gulf News, Al Arabiya English website and others.

Articles authored by Saeid published in Israeli papers such as Israel Hayom

Association with US Public Diplomacy

It is worth noting that Saeid worked in the public diplomacy unit of the US consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She has also worked in the World Health Organization, RANO1 and US Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington DC.

Appropriate Research Background for Zionist, Neocon Interests

It appears that Saied’s handlers have sought to use her research background to push neocon, US and Zionist interests in the Middle East region. She studied Media Studies in Westminster University in London. Her area of research includes Arab media, social development, Twitter diplomacy and women.

From 2014 until 2018 she worked as assistant professor in communication and media college of Zayed university based in Dubai. She also worked in IDB (Saudi Islamic Development Bank) based in Jeddah, KSA.

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Related Documents

Saeed expressing support for another Zionist influencer, Sarah Idan, which became the subject of much controversy in Iraq after expressing support for Israel in 2017.

Najat with Knesset member and former counselor of Israeli president Ruth Wasserman Lande (middle) and Israeli deputy mayor of Jerusalem Fleur-Hassan Nahoum (left)

Saeid has taken part in various sessions propagating the recognition of the Zionist regime among Arab states.

1: Pan American Health Organization

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