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Hillary Clinton’s company buys serial rights for the book on terrorists

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her daughter Chelsea Clinton’s production company reportedly bought the rights to a television series for a book about female YPG / PKK terrorists in Kobani, Syria.

It was noted that the writer Gayle Tzemach Lemon, the HiddenLight Production Company, of which Clinton’s partner, acquired the TV program rights for the book “The Daughters of Kobani: The Story of Revolt, Courage and Justice”, which tells about women in the YPG / PKK ranks.

According to the news on the Hollywood Reporter news site, Clinton stated that the production in question was suitable for the purpose of their company, “There is nothing more exciting than presenting the story of ‘The Daughters of Kobani’ to viewers from all over the world.”

Clinton and her daughter Chelsea, including another partner, founded HiddenLight Production in December 2020 to create documentary and drama productions for movies, TV and digital platforms with content focused on human stories.

The Western media gave a wide coverage to the stories of the female terrorists in the ranks of the terrorist organization YPG / PKK against the DAESH terrorist organization that surrounded the city of Kobani in northern Syria between October 2014 and January 2015.

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