The death of the Lebanese writer and journalist Ramzi Najjar, with...

The death of the Lebanese writer and journalist Ramzi Najjar, with...
The death of the Lebanese writer and journalist Ramzi Najjar, with...
Today, Thursday, the Lebanese advertising and media expert and writer, Ramzi Najjar, died of a virus infection Corona.

The Prime Minister-designate, Saad Hariri, mourned the late Ramzi Najjar, through his Twitter account.

Hariri wrote: “With the departure of the creator, Ramzi Najjar, the Arab and Lebanese media lose their thinker, writer, and author who has printed generations and institutions with his insightful vision and unique experience, and I lose a brother and a friend that I will miss and miss his advice for a long time. May God have mercy on you, Ramzi, and I will place you in his spacious gardens. ”

Ramzy started his career as an academic professor, then entered the world of advertising and marketing, where he established a private company in partnership with “Saatchi & Saatchi Company” in 1992 in Lebanon.

He also held the position of President of the “International Advertising Association”, Lebanon Branch, and participated in establishing the Faculty of Advertising at the “Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts” and “University of Balamand”.

Najjar was a pioneer in writing TV commercials, creating and producing several popular television educational programs in Lebanon, most notably: “The Distinguished Program”.

He is the author of several books, the most important of which are: “Think on Paper” in 2018, “Movement and Silence: Media and the Judiciary” 2016, and “Point of View and Travel: Media, Communication and the Arab Spring,” and he has many studies and analyzes for the advertising industry.

It is noteworthy that Najjar holds an MA in Mass Communication, and a BA in Comparative Literature and Education from the American University of Beirut.

The Minister of Information in the caretaker government, Dr. Manal Abdel Samad Najd, tweeted: “Corona virus has been absent today, my friend Ramzi Najjar, one of the giants of media and advertising in Lebanon and the world. During the great departure, a great beacon will be extinguished, leaving us with only painful feelings. Ramzi Najjar, because you are a force gone. Ramzi Najjar, because you are a revolution gone. ”

Mazen Hayek, the official spokesperson for the mbc group, offered his condolences to the Al-Najjar family, as he tweeted, “It hurt me a lot the news of the departure of the friend # Ramzi Al-Najjar, may God have mercy on him … on the hope of resurrection and eternal life.” Unique personality, sound language, eloquent speech, and a wonderful session… the cornerstone of the media and advertising sector in # Lebanon and the entire region.

Hayek said: “Despite the distances and the passage of time, I cannot and will never forget the keenness of # Ramzi the carpenter and his professional support … in addition to joint business trips, tens, even hundreds of meetings and meetings, the most prominent of which was with President # Rafic Hariri and many other public figures and entrepreneurs. …

Hayek concluded: “My deepest condolences to all family members – Leila, Mazen, Ghassan and their families – and Mr. Marwan and his family, mutual friends, colleagues, colleagues, lovers and families in Lebanon and the Diaspora. God willing, the mention of # Ramzi Al-Najjar will be forever. ”

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