Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics nor would it discuss controversial political issues, affecting the Middle East, including Al Qaeda, the United States invasion of Afghanistan, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, nor the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

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  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The magazine was distributed monthly. The targeted audience ranged from ages 18 to 35. According to some reports, the price per issue was $2 United States dollars, and others stated that the price range was $1.50-3.00. Each issue had 72 pages. It was to be distributed to Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and 17 other countries, with printing occurring in the Philippines. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics nor would it discuss controversial political issues, affecting the Middle East, including Al Qaeda, the United States invasion of Afghanistan, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, nor the 2003 invasion of Iraq. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The magazine was distributed monthly. The targeted audience ranged from ages 18 to 35. According to some reports, the price per issue was $2 United States dollars, and others stated that the price range was $1.50-3.00. Each issue had 72 pages. It was to be distributed to Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and 17 other countries, with printing occurring in the Philippines. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics nor would it discuss controversial political issues, affecting the Middle East, including Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, nor elsewhere in the Muslim world such as the United States invasion of Afghanistan. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The magazine was distributed monthly. The targeted audience ranged from ages 18 to 35. According to some reports, the price per issue was $2 United States dollars, and others stated that the price range was $1.50-3.00. Each issue had 72 pages. It was to be distributed to Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and 17 other countries, with printing occurring in the Philippines. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi is a wordInternational, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The magazine was distributed monthly. The targeted audience ranged from ages 18 to 35. According to some reports, the price per issue was $2 United States dollars, and others stated that the price range was $1.50-3.00. Each issue had 72 pages. It was to be distributed to Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and 17 other countries, with printing occurring in the Philippines. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi is a wordInternational, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The magazine was distributed monthly. The targeted audience ranged from ages 18 to 35. According to some reports, the price per issue was $2 United States dollars, and others stated that the price range was $1.50-3.00. Each issue had 72 pages. It was to be distributed to Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and 17 other countries, with printing occurring in the Philippines. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
  • yaaaasasasasasasassssssThe magazine was distributed monthly. The targeted audience ranged from ages 18 to 35. According to some reports, the price per issue was $2 United States dollars, and others stated that the price range was $1.50-3.00. Each issue had 72 pages. It was to be distributed to Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and 17 other countries, with printing occurring in the Philippines. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
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  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics nor would it discuss controversial political issues, affecting the Middle East, including Al Qaeda, the United States invasion of Afghanistan, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, nor the 2003 invasion of Iraq. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi is a wordInternational, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
  • Hi (Arabic: هاي‎), also known as Hi is a wordInternational, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
  • yaaaasasasasasasassssssThe magazine was distributed monthly. The targeted audience ranged from ages 18 to 35. According to some reports, the price per issue was $2 United States dollars, and others stated that the price range was $1.50-3.00. Each issue had 72 pages. It was to be distributed to Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and 17 other countries, with printing occurring in the Philippines. The government stated that the magazine would not discuss politics, or Al Qaeda, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Afghanistan. (en)
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