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Hussein Mortada

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Hussein Mortada, a Lebanese citizen from the city of Hermel, born in 1972. He holds a BA in political science from the Lebanese University, a lecturer at the Faculty of Mass Communication in Damascus, and director of the Al-Alam TV office[1] in Damascus. He accompanied the channel in covering the battles of the Syrian army in Aleppo, Homs, Ghouta and other cities, and was wounded several times. He was taken to a Beirut hospital to undergo surgery. At that time, the Syrian Minister of Information, Omran Al-Zoubi, visited him in the capital, Damascus, before he was transferred to Lebanon. After years of media coverage in the Iranian Al-Alam TV channel, Hussein Mortada, the director of the Iranian bureau of Al-Alam TV in Syria, ended his career. A professional career in Syria, after he submitted his resignation from working for the channel, hours after Al-Alam Syria channel received all the work of Al-Alam news channel in Damascus.

And Mortada's pages on social networking sites stated that the general administration in Tehran of "Al-Alam" channel decided to merge the two channels in Damascus under one administration represented by "Al-Alam Syria" channel, which broadcasts news despite its focus on variety. Knowing that it is still broadcast beta and has not completed its programming. Then he moved to the Syrian news channel, based in Damascus

his life[edit]

Hussein was born in 1972 in Lebanon and completed his studies to obtain a secondary certificate, after which he obtained his university studies and obtained a BA in political science and began to develop himself to complete his passion for the media and coverage of political and military events. And he got moral support from his parents to continue in the media. Lebanon, where he was one of the most prominent participants in political celebrations and festivals, as he participated in a number of local plays as an actor, and became a focus on media and politics, and as a result became the result of the experience of seniors. Analysts, political and media experts

his career[edit]

He began his media career by covering some events in Lebanon for the local Al-Fajr radio station in 2000, then moved to work as a broadcaster on the Voice of the Oppressed program in 2001, then moved to Tehran in 2002, where he was among the founders of Al-Alam news channel and worked there as an anchor for news bulletins. For political programs in the channel, then he moved to the position of director of the office of Al-Alam News Channel and the Iranian Press Channel in Damascus, where he covered all events in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan, in addition to presenting a number of political, economic and field programs that spread widely. In addition to his work as a lecturer at the Faculty of Media at Damascus University,[2] he worked in electronic media[3] for many years, in addition to covering the elections of Lebanon, Syria and Sudan, and attending some Arab summits in Syria. And Doha, in addition to his work as an expert and political analyst, which is hosted on Arab television channels.

His presidential meetings[edit]

Journalist Hussein Mortada held a meeting with the President of the Syrian Arab Republic, Bashar al-Assad, in addition to his meeting with former Iranian President Ahmadinejad and the late Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, and meetings with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri. Al-Maliki, Ibrahim Al-Jaafari and Adel Abdul-Mahdi. He also met with former Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and President Amin Gemayel. Emile Lahoud and Suleiman Franjieh

his writings[edit]

He wrote a book entitled Lessons in Psychological Warfare in Syria[4][5][6]


Lebanon: In October 2013, he was honored at a ceremony held by the Association of Muslim Scholars for his achievements in covering events in the region.[7]

Syria: In March 2016, he was honored during a lecture organized by the General Union of Syrian Students, the administration of Damascus University and the branch of the Arab [8]Socialist Baath Party.

Lebanon: In January 2017, he was honored at a ceremony honoring reporters for outstanding coverage of the war against ISIS

threatening him[edit]

Journalist Hussein Mortada received many threats from foreign parties in the Arab world because of his political stances, including the Saudi ambassador, because of his talk about the Saudi role in Lebanon.[9]

He was subjected to threats by several armed groups that were fighting on Syrian territory

his arguments[edit]

There was an argument on a social networking platform (Twitter) between journalist Hussein Murtada, one of the princes of Saudi Arabia, because the prince spoke about the presidential elections in Syria, which Mortada called for a response.[10]

Mortada also always receives replies from the Israeli army spokesman (Avichai Adrai) about several things that journalist Hussein Mortada conveys through channels or through social networking sites.

its programs[edit]

with event

mainland maps[11]

the hub[12]

private meeting


  1. "مدير مكتب العالم في سوريا يصف لحظات لقائه مع أسماء الأسد - قناة العالم الاخبارية". 2021-06-22. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  2. دمشق, جامعة. "الإعلامي حسين مرتضى ضيف "الأربعاء الإعلامي" في كلية الإعلام بجامعة دمشق: للشباب دور هام في مواجهة تحديات الإعلام الجديد". Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  3. "كتب حسين مرتضى حول آخر المستجدات في سورية". 2021-06-22. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  4. "دروس من الحروب النفسية في سورية .. عنوان كتاب لحسين مرتضى". 2021-06-22. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  5. "23157340654409921830". Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  6. Congress, The Library of. "LC Linked Data Service: Authorities and Vocabularies (Library of Congress)". Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  7. "الوكالة الوطنية للإعلام - تجمع العلماء المسلمين كرم الإعلامي حسين مرتضى". 2021-06-22. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  8. "الإعلامي حسين مرتضى: الجيش العربي السوري يدافع عن كل عربي وإنسان يبحث عن كرامته وعزته – S A N A". 2020-01-24. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  9. "صحفي يزعج السفير السعودي بتصريحاته فيستدعى إلى التحقيق من الأمن اللبناني - Sputnik Arabic". 2020-08-15. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  10. "سجال بين أمير سعودي وإعلامي لبناني حول إعادة انتخاب بشار الأسد والديمقراطية - CNN Arabic". 2021-06-16. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  11. "بلا خرائط | 2021/4/7 | حسين مرتضى - YouTube". 2021-06-07. Retrieved 2021-06-30.
  12. "مع الحدث - د.أحمد موصللي & حسين مرتضى | شبكة برامج قناة المنار". 2020-01-23. Retrieved 2021-06-30.

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