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5 Reasons Why There's Still Hope With the Arab World

Jan 2, 2019

By: Maddie Rule/Arab America Contributing Writer Most news coming out of the Arab world today tends to be bleak. Conflict, famine, and refugee crises have plagued it in recent years, and it can be easy to lose hope. But not(...)

A Dessert Drink to Warm Up Your Winter: Sahlab

Jan 2, 2019

By: Blanche Shaheen/Arab America Ambassador Blogger For many, drinking coffee is a ritual that comforts all of the senses, especially on a cold, wintry day. The sound of the percolating espresso machine triggers excitement for the energizing drink to come.(...)

Almunecar's Aura of the Moors Enhanced by Its Modern Facilities Attracts Tourists

Jan 2, 2019

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer While in Damascus in the mid 1980s, I had read that Almuñécar had raised a statue to honor Abderramán Al-Dakhal who had landed, in 755 A.D., in this Andalusian town. Fleeing the massacre of(...)

Kibbeh Nayeh: Is this Arab Food Good for You?

Dec 26, 2018

By: Sarah Elbeshbishi/Arab America Contributing Writer Minced lamb or beef mixed with bulgur, pureed onion, and various spices kneaded together forms a staple Lebanese dish that is also popular throughout the Levante region, one that is eaten raw and known(...)

Bahbah: 2018--A Dismal Year in Arab History

Dec 26, 2018

By: Bishara A. Bahbah/Arab America Featured Columnist 2018 has proven to be another momentous year in the tragic history of the Middle East, particularly the Arab world.  Like previous years, it proved to be one where peace, progress, prosperity, and(...)

Knowing Arabic Leads to Many Exciting Careers

Dec 26, 2018

By Amy Hensler/Arab America Contributing Writer  Today, as many as 420 million people speak the Arabic language. It is the fifth most spoken language in the world, and many people have decided that learning this important language will help them(...)

The Soups that I Cherish

Dec 26, 2018

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer Wholesome, tasty and simple to prepare, Arab soups have been on the everyday menu of the housewife since the dawn of history.  With very little cost, even peasants and laborers, throughout the ages, have(...)

Lebanese American Artist Leila Milki Releases English-Meets-Arabic Holiday Video

Dec 21, 2018

This week, Lebanese American musical artist Leila Milki released her new holiday video for the holiday season. The video features the Christmas carol "Angels We Have Heard On High," along with Lebanese icon Fairuz's rendition, "Nejmet Eid." Recorded live at(...)

U.S.-Arab Chamber Honors Jordan's Ambassador Dina Kawar

Dec 20, 2018

  Last week, the National U.S. – Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) recognized H.E. Dina Kawar, Jordan’s Ambassador to the United States, as the 2018 “Ambassador of the Year.”  The award ceremony and luncheon, held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in(...)

Help Us to Empower You!

Dec 19, 2018

Dear Supporter, Although we are the descendants of a great civilization; unfortunately, the region of our forefathers is retreating from a unified Arab identity to a sectarian one; and we, as Arab Americans, are experiencing unprecedented racism as a result of inaccurate information(...)

Do You Wonder How Christmas is Celebrated in the Holy Land?

Dec 19, 2018

BY: Nisreen Eadeh/Arab America Contributing Writer Christians in the Holy Land hold onto sacred traditions each year to celebrate the birth of their savior, Jesus Christ. As a result of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, many people around the world forget to(...)

Ibn Firnas – History’s First Successful Aviator

Dec 19, 2018

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer It was probably about 25 years ago when my grandchildren were hovering around me as we took a walk to the playground near my house. Now as everyone knows, the minds of young tots(...)

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