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Everyday Arabic Words And Phrases

Jan 17, 2022

By: Anthony Bayyouk / Arab America Contributing Writer Have you ever caught yourself in a conversation with an Arab and wished you knew some Arabic. Or wanted to impress someone you like that speaks Arabic. Worry no more in this(...)

Arab America Foundation Launches 20 Under 20 for 2022

Jan 12, 2022

For Immediate Release Washington DC (Wednesday, January 12, 2022): The Arab America Foundation announced today that nominations are open for 20 Under 20, applications are now being accepted until Friday, February 4, 2022.  20 Under 20 is a celebration of(...)

Why do Moroccans Pour Their Tea So High?

Jan 12, 2022

Photo: Moroccan Min Tea By: Nouha Elyazidi / Arab America Contributing Writer If you ever enter the home of a Moroccan, visit Morocco, or go to a Moroccan restaurant, chances are you will be served traditional Moroccan mint tea. This(...)

Custom And Culture Guild For The Middle East

Jan 12, 2022

Queen Alia International Amman, Jordan By: Anthony Bayyouk / Arab America Contributing writer From Morocco to Kuwait, the Arab world covers 22 countries and has become a popular destination for many travelers. These are endless reasons why someone may visit(...)

Recently Deceased Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s Pro-Palestinian Stance Faces Pushback from American and Israeli Jews, who Accuse him of Anti-Semitism

Jan 12, 2022

Recently deceased Archbishop Tutu was a lifelong supporter of Palestinians Photo Zimbio By John Mason / Arab America Contributing Writer Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s death on December 26, 2021, has brought forth both praise and damnation of this conciliator who attempted(...)

Benefits of Nabulsi Soap for Skin and Hair

Jan 12, 2022

A block of Nabulsi Soap made out of Olive oil BY: Sara Alsayed / Arab America Contributing Writer The Palestinian city of Nablus has always been renowned for its production of olive oil soap. The estimated number of factories before(...)

My Journey: Steps in Memorizing Arabic

Jan 12, 2022

By: Menal Elmaliki / Arab America Contributing Writer I was recently invited to a family member's Melwee, which is a traditional party a Yemeni bride has before her wedding. I walked into the large gathering, and was greeted with a(...)

Exploring the Cordoba of the Moors

Jan 11, 2022

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer Calling it "the gem of the world", the 9th century German nun, Hrosvitha went on to describe Córdoba, Arab Spain's capital:    "In the western part of the globe, there shone forth a beautiful ornament(...)

Arab Tik-Tok: Some of the Biggest Arab Creators on Tik-Tok

Jan 10, 2022

Nouha Elyazidi / Arab America Contributing Writer The most popular social media platform among generation-z is undoubtedly TikTok. The app has an estimated 1 billion users as of 2021. To be “tik-tok famous” is a big deal, it means an(...)

Many Arab Women Belong to a Neglected Social Category

Jan 5, 2022

By: Raff Ellis/Arab America Contributing Writer In the western world, when one mentions society’s disadvantaged women, they usually think of those unfortunates who are subjected to hiring discrimination, promotional bias, pay inequality, glass ceilings, and sexual harassment. There is, however,(...)

How Dots & Vowels Were Added To The Quran.

Jan 5, 2022

Quran Manuscript . Photo: Discover True Islam BY: Anthony Bayyouk / Arab America Contributing Writer During the early days of Islam, the Quran was first written without dots and vowels. Each Arabic letter has three sounds and each one is(...)

Fordson High School: How Football Shaped the Arab American Identity

Jan 5, 2022

Documentary poster image from IMBD By: Leyelle Mosallam / Arab America Contributing Writer In a post 9/11 world, football is how the Arab-American Muslim community in Dearborn expresses their American identity. Fordson High School, located in Dearborn, Michigan, is home(...)

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