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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Palestine Before 1948

Aug 20, 2020

BY: Emily Devereaux/ Arab America contributing writer           Pictures are worth a thousand words. The images below document Palestine before the partition through historic photographs. Palestine Before 1948  This sacred shrine built in Jerusalem by Umayyad caliph(...)

Greater Syrian Diaspora at 78RPM: Alexander Maloof

Aug 19, 2020

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(...)
Middle Eastern Style Stuffed Artichokes, the Food of Rulers and Royalty

Middle Eastern Style Stuffed Artichokes, the Food of Rulers and Royalty

Aug 19, 2020

By: Blanche Shaheen/Arab America Contributing Writer Once upon a time, people of the far east declared the artichoke a forbidden vegetable, thought to contain aphrodisiac powers. Greek mythology stated that Zeus, the virile and strong chief of all gods, was(...)

Bahbah: The Israel-UAE Agreement and the Palestine Question

Aug 19, 2020

By: Bishara Bahbah/Arab America Featured Columnist The most debatable topic these days is who won and who lost, especially in reference to the Palestinians, from the recently announced diplomatic agreement between Israel and the UAE. The answer to that question,(...)

Meet Ihssane Leckey: Moroccan-American Candidate for Congress

Aug 19, 2020

By: Laila Shadid/Arab America Contributing Writer "I am Ihssane Leckey, Donald Trump's worst nightmare. A fearless woman of color ready to end corporate greed." These were the words 35-year-old Ihssane Leckey spoke in her campaign video titled, "The New Face(...)

Enchanting Valencia

Aug 19, 2020

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer “Besides Valencia, the beauties of all cities vanish from my eyes, The more I reflect, the more her matchless charms make me sigh. For her dress, God has given it green meadows and flowers(...)
Revisiting Arab American Stories

Revisiting "Arab American Stories"-- Civic Leaders

Aug 19, 2020

Arab America is proud to highlight episodes of Arab American Stories, the Emmy Award-winning 13-part series presented by Detroit Public Television that explored the diversity of the Arab-American experience. The Series Arab American Stories highlights the diversity within the Arab(...)

Travelling to Morocco's Magical Pink Town Of Tafraout

Aug 18, 2020

BY: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer            The rain during the night had freshened the air and we felt relaxed as our bus made its way southward from Agadir, Morocco's top resort, to Tafraout - Morocco's(...)

The 10 Biggest Arab Soccer Players

Aug 18, 2020

By: Pamela Dimitrova/Arab America Contributing Writer The soccer world is constantly introduced to new talents from different nationalities and backgrounds, proving what matters is the talent and the love for the sport. But while the usual viewer is used to(...)

'Moroccan Doll' Dounia: R&B, Feminism, and Body Positivity

Aug 17, 2020

By: Laila Shadid/Arab America Contributing Writer With a head of voluminous curly red hair and a blunt in her mouth, Moroccan-American singer-songwriter, Dounia, poses for a mirror selfie—one of the many Instagram posts which characterize her feminist, body-positive platform.  (...)

Aspects of Arab Culture and Influence in the Lands of Brazil

Aug 17, 2020

By: Joyce Behrens/Arab America Contributing Writer When we think about where Arab influence and culture expands to, our minds go to two different directions. First, Europe, particularly, countries that border the Mediterranean Sea. Second, the land of opportunity and dreams,(...)
Advancing a Career in Early Child Care as an Arab American

Advancing a Career in Early Childhood Education as an Arab American

Aug 17, 2020

Photo courtesy of Unsplash by Element5 Digital. By: MacKenzie DiLeo/Arab America Contributing Writer Prior to immigrating to the United States, many Arab Americans had careers in education in their country of origin. These individuals received the same education as an(...)

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