WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / December 29, 2022 / The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) this week published its annual end-of-year “Editor’s Picks” series featuring its top reports and videos from the past year. These “Editors’ Picks” are from a number of major MEMRI projects: the Reform Project, Sermons by Imams in the West project, the Lantos Archives on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial, the Iran Studies Project, the Palestinian Studies Project, and the Chinese Media Studies Project.
The reports from this year’s series are now part of MEMRI’s vast archives – the largest in the world – of translations from the Middle East and beyond, amassed over the past 25 years. Thousands of reports and videos that were added to the archives just this year have already been viewed millions of times.
Read the Editor’s Picks for 2022 on the MEMRI Trending page:
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