Samara Yehya crowned Miss Arab 2019


22/4/2019 17:04:00
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The jury of the Miss Arabia Arab Missile Festival was chosen by the Jury of the year 2019. The Palestinian Laurent Amissih was named the first runner, while the second runner was Lebanese Mariam Kamoun, while the third runner was Moroccan Nabila Aqili,

 

The Jury of the Miss Arabia Arabization Festival, Algerian Samara Yahya Queen of 2019, has been selected by jury.

 

The second runner-up was Lebanon's Mariam Kamoun, while the third runner-up was Nabila Aqili, while Yemen's Nermin Jaafari was named fourth runner-up.

 

 

 

"I am very proud that I stood on this stage in a competition of this magnitude to honor my dear country, Algeria," she said.

 

The entries for the title competition include girls from 22 Arab countries competing for one winner selected by the jury.

 

 

 

 

PUKmedia / tellerreport


 

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