Arrai TV

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Arrai TV
Arrai TV Logo.png
Closed 4 December 2011
Owned by Misha'an al-Juburi
Country Syria
Language Arabic
Broadcast area Arab World
Europe
Headquarters Damascus, Syria

Arrai TV (Arabic قناة الرأي) was an Arabic-language television station based in Syria. The channel was owned by Misha'an al-Juburi. During the Libyan Civil War in 2011, it was used by overseas Libyans to defend the Gaddafi government, denounce the anti-Gaddafi rebels and to keep morale up of those which had fled Libya since the war.[1] The channel aired a number of audio messages from Gaddafi and his aides when they fled Tripoli.[2] On 15 October 2011, Arrai TV posted a message mourning the death of Khamis Gaddafi on 29 August.[3] The channel closed on 4 December 2011.

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