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Arab Monarchies: What they’re up to and How they’re Doing

Oct 24, 2018

Gilgamesh--an early Sumerian king (around 2,800-2,500 BC)  and one of many monarchs to arise over millennia in the Middle East By: John Mason/Arab America Contributing Writer Monarchies are almost as old as time. The idea of a royal personage arising to(...)

Prairie Rubaiyat-Part IV- Chapter III

Oct 24, 2018

Introduction From my early youth when I first read the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, I have been enthralled by the verses of that world- renowned Persian poet and his type of poetry.  Of course, it was not the poet himself(...)

AAI Calls on the RNC and NRCC to Condemn Rep. Duncan Hunter’s Bigotry

Oct 23, 2018

Rep. Duncan Hunter (left) and Ammar Campa-Najjar The Arab American Institute (AAI), a non-partisan organization advocating on behalf of the Arab American community, is calling on the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) to condemn(...)

Bahbah: Arabs, Jews, and Muslims in America’s Midterm Elections of 2018

Oct 17, 2018

By: Bishara A. Bhbah/Arab America Featured Columnist Unlike any other previous elections for the US Congress, the upcoming 2018 mid-term elections fields a record number of Arabs, Muslims, and candidates who identify as Jewish. In our definition of Arab, we(...)

The Prairie Rubaiyat- PART III - CHAPTER II

Oct 17, 2018

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer From my early youth when I first read the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, I have been enthralled by the verses of that world-renowned poet and his type of poetry.  Of course, it was not(...)

12 Actions Arab Families Do When They Get Together!

Oct 17, 2018

By Meriam Helal/Arab America Contributing Writer What do Arab Americans do when they get together? Getting together may be an understatement as Arab Americans unabashedly love to party, eat, and argue all at the same time. 1) EAT, EAT, EAT!!!(...)

Do Arab Women Have Rights? Tunisia's Fight for Gender Equality

Oct 17, 2018

By: Amy Hensler/Arab America Contributing Writer It is commonly believed that throughout the history of the Arab world, women have experienced discrimination. The media and various Western attempts at “civilizing” the Arab world have created the idea that Arab women(...)

A Guide to Brewing Traditional Arabic Coffee

Oct 17, 2018

By: Kathy Gallo/Arab America Contributing Writer If you’re tired of lattes and macchiatos, you’ve grown weary of espressos, pour-overs, and French presses and you’re even fed up with a cold brew, you might be on the lookout for something new(...)

Michigan Professor Disciplined for Israel Letter Controversy

Oct 17, 2018

By: Alena Khan/Arab America Contributing Writer Recently there has been a lot of attention on the University of Michigan as their decision to discipline a professor for his actions has raised many questions and concerns for the institution as a(...)

Was Jamal Khashoggi Inspired by Kahlil Gibran?

Oct 17, 2018

By: Warren David, President, Arab America With all the media reports this past week regarding Jamal Khashoggi, I can't help but reflect on my relationship with him as a colleague in the media and a man of principle and integrity.(...)

An Open Letter to the University of Michigan on Palestine

Oct 12, 2018

Juan Cole is the Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan and the proprietor of the Informed Comment news site.  His most recent book is Muhammad: Prophet of Peace amid the Clash of Empires. My colleague(...)

Prairie Rubaiyat: Part II

Oct 10, 2018

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer CHAPTER I Where the Breezes Blow The wind blowing across Saskatchewan's desert waste Blew me misery and hardship and a bitter taste, Made me forget my youthful thrills and joys After I grew in(...)

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