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Centuries-Old Recipe Hashweh, Enters Modern Thanksgiving 

Nov 27, 2019

By: Blanche Shaheen/Arab America Contributing Writer Many of us promise ourselves every year that we will not give in to the Thanksgiving holiday feast bombardment – this time we are just going to keep our mouths shut, except for a(...)

Letter from House Democrats Criticizes State Department for Reversing Policy on Israeli Settlements

Nov 22, 2019

Last night, Congressman Andy Levin, representing Michigan's 9th congressional district, led a letter sent to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and signed by 106 House Democrats expressing disapproval of the State Department for its reversal on Israeli settlements. https://twitter.com/RepAndyLevin/status/1197890095820484608?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Eembeddedtimeline%7Ctwterm%5Eprofile%3ARepandylevin%7Ctwcon%5Etimelinechrome&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fandylevin.house.gov%2F Letter(...)

Arab Bread Comes in Different Shapes and Tastes

Nov 20, 2019

By: Yaseen Rashed/Arab America Contributing writer  The Arab World is a region that is rich with culture and heritage. One of the most prominent staples of the region is its food, which is always paired with bread. The Arab world(...)

Healthy Dips from Around the World

Nov 20, 2019

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer Let’s put some culture on the table!  The universal languages of the world can all be understood by taking a journey through the world of dips.  Light, spicy, wholesome, delicious, smooth or with a(...)

Getting Around the Arab World

Nov 20, 2019

By: Katie Teague/Arab America Contributing Writer Unlike the United States, the Arab World is not abundant in methods of transportation.  Each country presents its own unique ways of getting around. For tourists, it is important to know which of them(...)

How Christian Writers Helped Spread Arabic Language

Nov 20, 2019

By: Emily Devereaux/Arab America Contributing Writer Language as a Tool  Language is an important medium in religion. Some religions may rely on spoken word as a means to pass down traditions and beliefs, but Christianity emphasizes sacred scriptures. Many Christian(...)

What is Tarab and Why is it Important to Arab Music?

Nov 20, 2019

By: Ala Abed-Rabbo/Arab America Contributing Writer What is Tarab, a definition that focuses on a cultural domain? This specialty involves artists, performances, and music associated philosophies, attitudes, and behaviors, including the different methods of listening and responding to Arab music.(...)

As Another Christmas Approaches, American Evangelicals Seem Oblivious to Israel’s Erosion of Palestinian Christians 

Nov 20, 2019

By John Mason,/Arab America Contributing Writer Despite themselves, American evangelicals, in siding with U.S. government and Israeli policies, have undermined the very Christians in Palestine who are the guardians of the birthplace of Christianity. Blinded by ideological-religious politics, these evangelicals(...)

Najah Bazzy--The Arab-American CNN Hero of 2019

Nov 20, 2019

By: Pamela Dimitrova/ Arab America Contributing Writer Just recently CNN revealed the Top 10 CNN Heroes of 2019 - these are men and women that are changing the world by helping families affected by the tragedy, cleaning up the environment,(...)

A Diversifying, United Arab America

Nov 13, 2019

By: Heba Mohammad/Arab America Contributing Writer The first wave of Arab immigrants to the United States arrived in the late 1800s, bringing with them shared values and culture that would define what it means to be Arab American. The foundational(...)

Why Write Arab Fiction?

Nov 13, 2019

Kuwaiti journalist Saud Alsanousi is the acclaimed author of The Bamboo Stalk, which won the prestigious International Prize for Arab Fiction (colloquially known as the "Arab Booker") in 2013, and the forthcoming MAMA HISSA'S MICE. Widely recognized as one of(...)

A Journey to the Edge of Tunisia’s Sahara

Nov 13, 2019

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer It was a cool winter day when our group of Canadian tourists left the Great Mosque of Kairouan, Tunisia’s historic Islamic capital, on our way southward to the edge of the Sahara.  No sooner(...)

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