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Fattet Batinjan--The 5 Layer Casserole of the Arab World

Jul 3, 2019

By: Blanche Shaheen/Arab America Contributing Writer In the Arab world, home cooks waste nothing and have devised a myriad of recipes that do miraculous things with stale bread. Fattet Batinjan is one of those dishes that some say dates all(...)

From Discovery to Life Changing Journey: A Jewish Man's Story from the Heart of Palestine

Jul 3, 2019

By: Ned Rosch/Arab America Contributing Writer Palestine and my journey of discovering: the most Jewish thing I can do is to proudly support the Palestinian struggle for justice! Indian writer Arundhati Roy explained, “The trouble is that once you see(...)

Why Arab Americans Should Feel American on the 4th of July

Jul 3, 2019

By: Cait O'Connor/Arab America Contributing Writer On July 4, 2016, Americans set off 285 million pounds of fireworks to celebrate their independence, according to the American Pyrotechnics Association. Fireworks have been used to entertain and arouse patriotism since the first(...)

Al-Mutanabbi: The Greatest Arab Poet

Jul 3, 2019

By: Nana Osei/Arab America Contributing Writer Abu at-Tayyib Ahmad bin Al-Husayn al-Mutanabbi al-Kindi is known as one of the most recognized and prominent poets of the Arabic language. He even had his poems praised by kings in the middle east(...)

Exploring the 2020 Census Ruling

Jul 3, 2019

By: Noah Chani/Arab America Contributing Writer Every 10 years in the United States, a census is conducted and its purpose is to count all the people in the United States, as well as basic info about them. This massive survey(...)

Who is Mena Massoud?

Jun 26, 2019

By: Nana Osei/Arab America Contributing Writer  Who is Mena Massoud? The star of the new Disney movie hit Aladdin of this year is now in the spotlight. Arabs all over the US and overseas are talking about his amazing performance.(...)

Good Things Come in Threes--Q & A with the Kashlan Triplets

Jun 26, 2019

By: Noah Chani/Arab America Contributing Writer The ‘Rule of Threes’ has long been applied in marketing practice, but in this case, the rule certainly pertains to the Kashlan brothers of West Forsyth High School.  Born to parents Dean and Judy(...)

For the Love of Watermelon!

Jun 26, 2019

By: Katie Teague/Arab America Contributing Writer Watermelon: the classic summer treat that will bring a smile to anyone's face.  In the Middle East, watermelon brings more than a smile.  Arab obsession with the fruit is completely acceptable, which is why(...)

Arab Women at Work: Sculptor Simone Fattal's Retrospective

Jun 26, 2019

By: Barbara Nimri Aziz/Arab America Contributing Writer Even in New York, it’s not often one has the opportunity to view a sculpture exhibit on the scale of Simone Fattal’s 50-year retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art PS 1.  It’s(...)

The Aura of Portugal Hovers Over Morocco’s Atlantic Coast

Jun 26, 2019

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer From Marrakesh known as ‘pearl of Morocco’s south’, three of us, along with Abdelatif as our guide, traveled to Essaouira, once the Portuguese stronghold of Magador on the country’s Atlantic coast.  As we toured(...)

Arab American Identity Duality

Jun 26, 2019

By: Haneen Abu Al Neel/Arab America Contributing Writer The United States is a country said to be built by immigrants; if we forgo the early version of it. Intermixed ethnic groups and nationalities continue to develop the country’s reputation for(...)

A Look into Sudan's On-Going Humanitarian Crisis

Jun 26, 2019

By: Katie Teague/Arab America Contributing Writer Another revolution is upon us, this time in the east-African country of Sudan.  Since the media is preoccupied with keeping us updated on the President, few spotlights are being shown on the injustices occurring(...)

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