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Bella Hadid Covers Vogue Arabia's First September Issue -- See the Pics!

Aug 18, 2017

Source: NBC News 9 By: Jennifer Drysdale Bella Hadid covers the magazine's first September issue, months after her sister, Gigi, graced the cover of its first-ever issue in March. RELATED: Gigi Hadid Pays Tribute to Palestinian Roots in First Ever(...)

Ilan Pappe talks about the Middle East: 'Change will come'

Aug 18, 2017

Source: CS Monitor By: Steve Donoghue AUGUST 15, 2017 —Historian Ilan Pappe's new book The Biggest Prison on Earth: A History of the Occupied Territories continues his work of shining new analytical light on the seemingly intractable Israel-Palestine conflict, following up earlier books(...)

Book Review: The powerful story of a Christian family in Iraq

Aug 18, 2017

Source: Arab News By: Manal Shakir “The Baghdad Eucharist” tells the heartbreaking tale of a Christian family in Iraq who must navigate through the ups and downs of life, political upheaval, religious strife and war. Sinan Antoon, a well-known novelist(...)

Women’s March to reconvene around 2018 after Charlottesville

Aug 18, 2017

Source: USA Today By: Heidi Przybyla WASHINGTON — The Women’s March, which organized the biggest national protest in U.S. history, is reconvening. The goal is to direct its resources and grassroots network toward the 2018 midterm elections. For the first time(...)

How to be a Palestinian supermom

Aug 18, 2017

Source: Al Jazeera By: HyoJin Park8 Nabi Saleh, occupied West Bank - Friday is a day of protest in Nabi Saleh. Manal Tamimi has been going to these protests for as long as she can remember. To her, to be a(...)

Buzzfeed’s “See Something Say Something” podcast draws crowd to talk about Muslim issues

Aug 17, 2017

Source: Press and Guide By: Keith Salowich A podcast named one of the best new podcasts of 2016 by The New York Times and iTunes recorded its latest episode before a live audience in Dearborn. The Arab American National Museum’s(...)

64 Interesting Facts about Morocco

Aug 17, 2017

Source: Fact Retriever By: Jill Bartholomew An Arabic name for Morocco, al-Magrib al-Aqsa, means “the extreme west” and attests to Morocco’s place as the westernmost country in the Arab world.[7] Morocco is one of the world’s largest producers of illicit hashish.[7](...)

10 Arab Salads You Can't Miss This Summer

Aug 16, 2017

BY: Nisreen Eadeh/Contributing Writer Arab food is filled with copious salads, small plates, and healthy toppings to heavy dishes. Using the vegetables and herbs native to the lands of our ancestors, Arab Americans have maintained salad traditions in daily life.(...)

Why It's Important to call the White Nationalists Terrorists

Aug 16, 2017

By Dan Gil/Contributing Writer This weekend gave the United States a long look into the past. Protests at the University of Virginia turned the college campus into a violent and deadly scene of mayhem as a rally of white nationalists(...)

The Arab Qualities I Admired Most During My Travel in the Middle East

Aug 16, 2017

  By: John P. Mason/Contributing Writer I am a non-Arab American anthropologist who has plied the Libyan Desert and other corners of the Arab World. I have lived with Arab Muslims in Libya and with Muslim and Christian Arabs in(...)

The Arab American Immigrant Every Country Would Desire

Aug 16, 2017

By: Dr. Hoda Amin/Contributing Writer Back home, in Lebanon, since my childhood, I was very studious and competitive. Most of my grades were very high. I couldn't wait to get home to show dad my report cards when we got our(...)

11 Ways Arab Millennials are Different from their Parents

Aug 16, 2017

By: Ani Karapetyan/Contributing Writer Children of Arab immigrants who were born and grew up in the United States are different from their parents in many ways. Technically, they are Americans and consider themselves as Americans.  However, just being American does(...)

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