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Arab Coffee Has More Benefits Than You Think

“A Cup of Coffee – Arabic Coffee, Damascus, Syria” by The Way of Slow Travel is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 By: Mohamed Nada/ Arab America Contributing Writer Coffee has been a drink enjoyed by many people all across the globe, but did you know that certain coffee has more benefits? Not only that, but … Continued

Goodbye Ramadan, Until Next Year…

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer  Ramadan is the time of month where people fast for an entire month from sunrise to sundown, without drinking any liquids or eating any type of food. For most of the Muslim community it is a holy holiday that teaches the people what it is like to fast, and more importantly, … Continued

From Talk to Podcast, Here is The Dearborn Girl

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer Podcasts continue to grow in numbers, especially since they can be started by just about anyone, and can reach many people with apps like Spotify. Two girls with big dreams bring what they are looking for in life by starting their very own podcast. As for Rima Fadlallah, pictured … Continued

How Do You Like Your Dates?

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer The ideal date that I like are normally ones that a sweet, packed with enjoyment, and make sure I have more than just one. Not only that but I have to make sure to have them during October till January or else it would not be the same as … Continued

How Half-Arab Americans Integrate to Become Full Arab

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer Before I start off this article I would like to introduce myself and say, that my name is Mohamed Nada, and even though my name is Arab, I am indeed half-Arab. In the article, I am going to mention how half-Arabs, like myself and many others like me, integrate … Continued

If You Know How to Speak English, Why Not Learn Arabic?

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer Have you ever been born in a country where you learn the native language and as you grow you slowly learn the language of which your parents speak from their homeland? For example, imagine you were born in the United States, while both your parents came from Egypt. Since … Continued

How We Can Use Photography to Show Pride in Our Culture?

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer How can photography be used to show pride in our culture? When it comes to taking pictures, more specifically in a cultural scene, one of the most controversial things to focus on while taking these types of photos is not what the heat of the moment is or what … Continued

The Best Arab Women Filmmakers in Modern History

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer All the best movies ever produced come out of Hollywood, but did you know that over 90 percent of directors/filmmakers are men? In 2017, women only made up 18 percent of directors, writers, and producers, according to a statistic on Women and Hollywood. Given this low number, where do … Continued

How Did Arab Food Become Mainstream in America?

By: Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer Can you remember a time where Arab food was not as popular as it is today? It was like 15 years when you said hummus or falafel and no one knew what you’re talking about. People would either look at you funny or just be disgusted by what you … Continued

What Should Arab Americans Worry About When it Comes to Health

By: Mohamed Nada/ Arab America Contributing Writer A fun question to ask is what is the average age of the life of an Arab American now?  You’re right, it’s 69, comparing it to the U.S. in general which is 79 . That is a significant difference,10 years apart. The serious question is: What’s the reason … Continued

How the Father’s Role has Changed in the Arab Family

By Mohamed Nada/Arab America Contributing Writer Father’s Day has passed, but that doesn’t mean we should stop showing dads everywhere how much we appreciate all they have done for us. From teaching you how to ride a bike, how to behave properly, how to control your finances and sending you off to college, a father’s … Continued

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