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Michigan ex-marine tells Arab American teenagers: "I've killed your kind" #HummusHaters

Apr 8, 2016

With all the anti-Arab bashing we see in the news every week, Arab America is determined to expose those who discriminate against our community. We will recognize those who vilify the positive influence and contributions Arabs have made to the(...)

The Double Standard in U.S. Refugee Resettlement

Apr 8, 2016

BY: Nisreen Eadeh/Staff Writer In September of last year, Secretary of State John Kerry pledged to bring 85,000 refugees into the United States, including 10,000 Syrians. At the time, this number seemed impressive, despite comparisons to the pledges of European(...)

Heritage Month: Arab Americans in Medicine

Apr 8, 2016

BY: Patrick Nahhas/Contributing Writer There is a well-known stereotype that if you're an Arab American, you have at least one relative or close friend who is working in the field of medicine. Some believe the opportunity of wealth available in(...)

Heritage Month: Arab Americans in the Armed Forces

Apr 7, 2016

BY: Husayn Hosoda/Contributing Writer Very few groups in the United States are as highly esteemed as those who honorably serve in the armed forces. The U.S. has a long and storied military history, and nearly every demographic has participated in(...)

Heritage Month: Arab Americans in Filmmaking

Apr 6, 2016

BY: Nisreen Eadeh/Staff Writer The names of many Arab American film actors such as Salma Hayek, Tony Shalhoub, and Vince Vaughn are well known and have been making Arab Americans proud for years. However, Arab Americans have been making an(...)

Heritage Month: Arab Americans as Entrepreneurs

Apr 6, 2016

  BY: Nisreen Eadeh/Staff Writer Arab Americans have been contributing to the U.S. economy since the late 1800s with their natural commercial skills. As one of the most successful minority ethnic groups in the U.S., Arab Americans have made a(...)

Heritage Month: Arab Americans as Inventors

Apr 6, 2016

BY: Sevan Araz/Contributing Writer The Arab World has produced an array of technological advancements responsible for fundamental shifts in global innovation. From chess to guitars, descended from the Arabian oud, inventions produced by Arab innovators have transcended regional boundaries to(...)

Arab America Picks a President: Spring Break (Part 2)

Apr 6, 2016

BY: Fred Shwaery/Contributing Writer They're still on spring break...   We got hooked on watching television coverage of the debates and primary/caucus results.  We stayed up late to hear the candidates' victory speeches and the next day, we talked around(...)

Heritage Month: Arab Americans as Authors

Apr 6, 2016

BY: Nisreen Eadeh/Staff Writer Novels and fictional story telling have played an important role in every civilization as a way to define culture and identity. The first big waves of Arab migrants to the U.S. in the late nineteenth century(...)

Mediterranean Cooking from the Garden with Linda Dalal Sawaya—5 easy ways to use your homegrown Italian parsley right now—Lebanese style!

Apr 6, 2016

BY: Linda Dalal Sawaya/Contributing Writer As an artist, cook, and gardener, for me the Pacific Northwest is nirvana for cooking seasonal Mediterranean cuisine, painting en plein air, and for planting almost anything. Right now in my garden the flat leaved Italian(...)

Dr. Debakey - Father Of Cardiovascular Surgery

Apr 6, 2016

BY: Habeeb Salloum/Contributing Writer Michael Ellis DeBakey, a world-renowned and ingenious pioneer of modern medicine who passed away in 2008, is undoubtedly one of the most well-known Americans of Arab descent. A prodigious medical inventor, dedicated teacher, outstanding surgeon, a(...)

Heritage Month: Arab Americans in Law

Apr 5, 2016

BY: Husayn Hosoda/Contributing Writer With the recent election, there has been speculation regarding the future of Arab Americans in this country and the legal status of immigrants and refugees who have been a cornerstone of American society. In combatting the(...)

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