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In Every Facet Of Portuguese Life - The Arabs Have Left Their Mark

Sep 27, 2017

  By Habeeb Salloum/Contrubuting Writer "I hope that you will enjoy our fado.  A good number of tourists rarely appreciate this authentic Portuguese type of singing."  Maria do Carmo Norqueria, a Portuguese tourist official, went on, waxing poetic about this(...)

100 Best Arab Restaurants Around America!

Sep 27, 2017

BY: Tamara Wong Azaiez/ Contributing Writer  Itching for some delicious Arab eats? We have compiled a list of 100 of the highest rated Arab restaurants across the country. Arab Americans have been establishing popular restaurants across the country for decades.(...)

Syria’s Refugees: Where are They Now?

Sep 27, 2017

By: Michaela Schrum/ Contributing Writer The Syrian refugee crisis has been a topic of interest ever since the initial refugee camps in Turkey were set up in 2011. But international coverage picked up significantly in 2013 with the geographic gains(...)

6 Tips for Teaching Arabic to Your Kids

Sep 20, 2017

BY: Nadine Ismail/Ambassador Blogger Marhaba! My name is Nadine and I am an Arab American mom. I remember a time when I said, “Of course my kids will be fluent in Arabic! We will only speak Arabic at home.” Those(...)

Moving Across Worlds: From a Western World to an Arab World

Sep 20, 2017

By John Mason/Contributing Writer As anthropologist, I yearned to go to the Arab World, and more specifically, to the Sahara Desert in Libya. There, I lived with an Arab-Berber community in the eastern part of the Libyan Desert. It was(...)

The Arab Lebanese Enhance Merida's Image

Sep 20, 2017

By Habeeb Salloum/Contributing Writer "The Arabs here!  Yes!  We have a very influential Lebanese community in Mérida."  Javier Medina Riancho, our tour guide, remarked when I asked him if there were Arabs in his city.  He continued, "The Lebanese here(...)

Non-Arab Support of Palestine Illustrates the Many Faces of Human Rights

Sep 20, 2017

By Colby Cyrus/Contributing Writer The world has moved to a point of constant polarization. In the United States, government action is often at a standstill due to disparities between parties. Abroad, the Gulf Cooperation Council has all but abandoned one(...)

The 12 Most Common Questions About Arab Americans

Sep 20, 2017

By: Ani Karapetyan/Contributing Writer The term Arab American describes Arabs who are citizens or permanent residents in the U.S. Although Arab Americans are an integral part of American society, many in the mainstream are still confused about the Arab culture(...)

10 of the Greatest Arab Proverbs which Explain Wisdom and Way of Life

Sep 20, 2017

By Ani Karapetyan/Contributing Writer Proverbs are a fabulous way to gain insight into the life of other cultures. Through proverbs, we can see how much common philosophy is shared between cultures. Meanwhile, proverbs demonstrate the uniqueness of one particular culture.(...)

Henry Ford College math professor becomes Arab American community liaison

Sep 14, 2017

SOURCE: PRESS & GUIDE Sam Bazzi, a long-time Henry Ford College mathematics instructor, has been named the college’s first Arab American community liaison as of the fall semester. The purpose of the newly-created position is to promote the mission of(...)

Arts feature: Six-Word Memoirs book ‘Fresh Off the Boat’

Sep 14, 2017

SOURCE:COLUMBUS ALIVE BY JIM FISCHER Latest collection tells immigration stories; release event set for Sunday It all started with Smitty. Larry Smith’s grandfather, Morris, came to the United States in 1914 with his family at the age of 4, escaping(...)

Saudi art surprises at Arab American museum

Sep 14, 2017

SOURCE: THE DETROIT NEWS BY MICHAEL H. HODGES, DETROIT NEWS FINE ARTS WRITER When Americans think of Saudi Arabia, they tend to think of limited civil liberties and heavy-handed censorship — not to mention that issue of women not being(...)

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