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A Moroccan Fantasy

Jan 6, 2021

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer Hamid al-Badawi was relaxed in the Moorish atmosphere of the richly decorated Alhambra room in Agadir’s deluxe Sahara Hotel. The musicians had just begun to tune their instruments when the waiter, distinguished-looking in his(...)

Greater Syrian Diaspora at 78RPM: Edward Abdo

Jan 6, 2021

By: Richard Breaux/Arab America Contributing Writer What do you do when you find several dozen 78 rpm records all in Arabic and you can neither read, nor speak the language? You research the musicians and record labels and write about(...)

Muhalabia- Arab Style Milk Pudding

Jan 6, 2021

Blanche Shaheen/Arab America Contributing Writer How Muhalabia was born and what is it? Muhalabia is one ancient Arab comfort food that has appealed to people in the Arab World for millennia, and that food is Mahalabia, or sweet milk pudding.(...)

‘East is East, and West is West’–Celebrating Arab American, Eastern Orthodox Christmas, January 7

Jan 6, 2021

Photo Washington Post By John Mason/ Arab America Contributing Writer As most of our readers already know, Christmas is celebrated around the world on different dates. In the case of Arabs, some celebrate the western rite on December 25, while(...)

How is Epiphany Celebrated Culturally Around the Arab Christian World?

Jan 6, 2021

Photo: HALO Trust By: Claire Boyle/Arab America Contributing Writer January 6, 2021, is the holiday of Epiphany in the Arab Christian world. Perhaps, you are asking, what is Epiphany, do we know it by other names? How is it celebrated?(...)

Terrorism vs. Mental Illness: A News Media Paradox

Jan 5, 2021

By: Noah Chani/Arab America Contributing Writer Since 2010, there have been 61 mass shootings in the United States. Twenty-eight years prior, in 1982, there was a total of 51 mass shootings. Given this spike, a trend within the news and(...)

Arab Americans’ Identity

Jan 5, 2021

By: Noor Almohsin/Arab America Contributing Writer         The Arab community is a growing minority in the United States. The Arab American population is estimated at four million and is spread in all states, but primarily concentrated in Michigan,(...)

Why do Countries Want to Colonize the Arab World?

Jan 4, 2021

By: Nana Osei/Arab America Contributing Writer Why do so many countries want to colonize the Arab world? The Arab world is not only beautiful but powerful in many ways also. Furthermore, it contains some of the most influential and wealthy(...)

Top Arab Snacks to Try in the U.S.

Jan 4, 2021

By: Nadia Reese/ Arab America Contributing Writer There are plenty of snacks in the Arab world. Many of these snacks are delicious and mouth-watering. However, did you know that you do not have to travel around the world to find(...)

10 Reasons Why Oman Should be Your Next Travel Destination

Jan 1, 2021

By: Pamela Dimitrova / Arab America Contributing Writer For the ones that are seeking an adventurous place to travel to, Oman is the perfect destination of rich history and diverse landscapes. Called 'the hidden gem of the Gulf', it is(...)

Staying Connected to Our Culture: Wholesale Distributors of Arab Food Products

Jan 1, 2021

By: Noah Robertson/Arab America Contributing Writer There are many Arab grocery stores throughout the U.S., but many of them are just small businesses. Without a large network of wholesale-distributors, it would be difficult to provide authentic Arab food products. These(...)

Arabic For Dummies 101: Modern Standard Arabic vs Levant Arabic

Dec 31, 2020

      Being fluent in spoken Arabic is completely different than being fluent in written Arabic. With written Arabic, MSA is almost always used. Standard Arabic is used for newspaper articles, books, news, legal documents, commercials, road signs, advertisements,(...)

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