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Arab Americans “all in” for Black Lives Matter

Jun 10, 2020

By John Mason/Arab America Contributing Writer Many Arab Americans are used to being “categorized” according to some criteria or other, whether this stems from the 9/11 attacks or the “Muslim Ban.” More specifically harmful are the racist remarks directed by(...)

Sudanese Diva of Film and a Risk-Taking Pioneer of Women’s Rights—Tahiya Zarroug

Jun 10, 2020

By John Mason/Arab America Contributing Writer Tahiya Zarroug was a favorite star of Sudanese moviegoers in the 1970s; she was also a popular figure on stage, radio, and TV during that period. She was not only a brilliant actress, Tahiya(...)

Greater Syrian Diaspora at 78 RPM: Hanan: An Arab Musical Icon

Jun 10, 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(...)

How Morocco Has Dealt With the Novel Coronavirus

Jun 10, 2020

By Noah Robertson/Arab America Contributing Author As the coronavirus pandemic has swept across the world with death and crippled economies in its wake, governments have struggled to control the virus’s spread and maintain their economies. Many countries have been hit(...)

How Climate Change is Directly Impacting the Arab World?

Jun 10, 2020

By MacKenzie DiLeo / Arab America Contributing Writer  The prospects of climate change in the Arab world have created significant concern over the region’s arid climatic conditions and dependence on natural resources. According to a report by the Arab Forum(...)

Bastilla Overshadows All Other North African Chicken Dishes

Jun 10, 2020

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer Bastilla is an exquisite dish made from crispy paper-thin pastry stuffed with chicken or pigeon and almonds as well as, at times, seafood.   Considered to be the most sophisticated and elaborate of the(...)

Pandemic Repercussions in Syria

Jun 10, 2020

By: Grace Friar/Arab America Contributing Writer For nine years, Syria has faced a brutal civil war that has left the public health infrastructure in shambles and millions of Syrians displaced in less than optimal conditions. As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads,(...)

Black Lives Matter: Palestinians know Struggle Against Racism is Difficult

Jun 5, 2020

By: Mai Abdil-Rahman/Arab America Contributing Writer After the entire country (Black, White, and every shade in between) banded together to keep the COVID19 at bay, America’s persistent pandemic of violent brutality and racism reminded us that unless we eradicate hate(...)

History Behind Palestinian Thobes

Jun 3, 2020

By: Raneem Ghunaim/Arab America contributing writer   The Palestinian thobes stand out for their vibrant red colors. Each thobe from every city or village is unique in its own ways. It tells a story and it stands out on its own.(...)
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10 Incredible Scenic Photos of Rivers in the Arab World

Jun 3, 2020

By: Dani Meyer/Arab America Contributing Writer Rivers and other bodies of water are the source of life and are vital to establishing important civilizations. Rivers also play an important role in the water cycle and provide a vital ecosystem for(...)

A Camel Encounter Makes the Trip to Dubai's Mountain Resort Worthwhile

Jun 3, 2020

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer The night rains had freshened the air and now as with my daughter and late wife, I drove southward from Dubai, the economic heart of the United Arab Emirates.  Our goal was Hatta, Dubai’s(...)
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Egyptomania: Why the Rest of the World is Obsessed with Ancient Egypt

Jun 3, 2020

By Emily Tain/Arab America Contributing Writer Egyptomania is defined as a general fascination with all things related to Ancient Egypt. Also known as Egyptophilia, the Egyptian Revival, and Egyptianizing, the phenomenon tangles myth and reality to create a nostalgic view(...)

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