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Salads We Enjoyed on Our Farm

May 21, 2024

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer During our farming days on the western Canadian Prairies amid the years of the Depression and the drought, when the rain hardly ever came and the land became an arid(...)

NUSACC, America’s Top Commercial Gateway to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Receives U.S. President’s “E Star Award” for Exporting Excellence

May 15, 2024

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo: “NUSACC’s achievements have undoubtedly contributed to national export expansion efforts that support the U.S. economy and create American jobs.” National U.S. – Arab Chamber of Commerce is the Only Entity of its Kind to(...)

Oman Business Luncheon Co-Hosted by NUSACC and OCCI

May 15, 2024

The National U.S. - Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC), America's top commercial gateway to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), recently organized a business luncheon on the sidelines of the U.S. - Oman Strategic Dialogue.  Luncheon participants included senior(...)

Arab America Foundation Announces Connect Arab America: Empowerment Summit October 25-26, 2024 in Dearborn, Michigan

May 15, 2024

INFORMATION HERE! For Immediate Release Washington DC (May 15, 2024): The Arab America Foundation is excited to announce the CONNECT Arab America: Empowerment Summit to be held, on Friday, October 25, and Saturday, October 26, 2024. at the Dearborn Community(...)

Deciding the Vote: Arab American Voters Keep Candidates Guessing

May 15, 2024

Photo: Wikki Commons By: Ghassan Rubeiz / Arab America Contributing Writer "I've had it with Biden," my activist friend's email started. "He should face consequences for his unconditional support of Israel, and I plan to work to get Trump elected." As(...)

Dearborn Stories Review: The Tic-Tac Toe Game of Displaced and Found 

May 15, 2024

Zeineddine Ghassan. Source: http://wikimedia common By Teresa Fidalgoazize/ Arab America Contributing Writer After the attacks of 9/11, Uncle Sam had begun decorating his house with patriotic             and athletic symbols even though he didn’t care for baseball or football. He only(...)

Pathbreakers of Arab America—Casey Kasem

May 15, 2024

By: John Mason / Arab America Contributing Writer This is the forty-fifth of Arab America’s series on American pathbreakers of Arab descent. The series includes personalities from entertainment, business, sports, science, academia, journalism, and politics, among other areas. Our forty-fifth(...)

Moroccan Riads: Architecture and Design as Cultural Expression 

May 15, 2024

Photo: commons.wikimedia.org/ By: Rania Elshanawy / Arab America Contributing Writer Moroccan riads, with their lush internal gardens and artistically decorated walls, are more than simply structures; they represent Moroccan culture and beauty. Tucked away in Morocco's bustling medinas (ancient cities),(...)

Mental Health Stigma in MENA

May 15, 2024

Mental Health Portrait. Source: Wikimedia Commons By: Raisa Sami / Arab America Contributing Writer In the Middle East and North Africa, stigma around mental health has been a major problem. Many individuals avoid talking about it out of social pressure(...)

A Critical Analysis of Apartheid Practices

May 15, 2024

Fadi Zanayed has now accomplished a very daring task - he has written a book about the Israeli Apartheid system. Apartheid is defined in the book as it relates to Israel— Apartheid is a segregated political system that separates people(...)

Cherries and Barbecued Meat – They’re Hard to Beat!

May 15, 2024

Meatball. Source: http://wikimedia commons By: Habeeb Salloum M.S.M. / Arab America Contributing Writer Throughout the world, there are thousands of recipes for barbecuing meat.  In Aleppo, Syria where one of the top cuisines in the Middle East has been developed,(...)

The Arab Revolt and the European Colonization of the Arab World

May 15, 2024

Soldiers of the Arab Revolt. Photo: Wikipedia Commons By Liam Nagle / Arab America Contributing Writer The Arabs in the Middle East and North Africa were largely under the dominion of the Ottoman Empire up until 1914. However, when the(...)

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