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|| Dubai Angel Investor Fadi Ghandour interview on TechCrunch

TechCrunch, a major Tech website, has an interview with Fadi Ghandour, one of the most notable angel investors from Dubai and the Middle East.

Fadi was one of the first investors in Maktoob-- an internet portal that was sold to Yahoo last year for $164 million. Recently, he's made 14 other investments, including bets on Asuaq, Jeeran and Twitvid.

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