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The Glorious Origin of the Phoenicians

Nov 8, 2017

By Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer The history of the Phoenicians is a study of a contradiction of a people who left a well-imprinted mark in the development of civilization.  Throughout the centuries, every nation, tribe or scribe who came(...)

Israel Denies Entry to Palestine for Amnesty International USA Employee

Nov 8, 2017

By: Michaela Schrum/ Arab America Contributing Writer On October 31, 2017, Amnesty International released a report detailing that an Amnesty International employee, Raed Jarrar, had been denied entry into Palestine by Israeli officials at the border due to his work(...)

What Does Veterans’ Day Mean to Arab Americans?

Nov 8, 2017

By: Noor Almohsin/Arab America Contributing Writer In any society, there are those who sacrifice their lives to defend their countries and protect their people. Over the years, with all military missions the US has been involved in, there has been(...)

"Moderate Islam" - A Step Towards Revival of Arab Nationalism

Nov 4, 2017

  SOURCE: TREND 1 November 2017 By Rufiz Hafizoglu Radical Islamic currents in the Arab world mainly appeared after the Islamic revolution in Iran as a defense mechanism against the spread of the revolution. In late October, Crown Prince of Saudi(...)

An American Lady Just Spent Thousands Airlifting 14 Egyptian Dogs and a Cat to New York

Nov 4, 2017

SOURCE: ALBAWABA  Published November 1st, 2017 Dogs at the Habiba and Friends Animal Shelter in Cairo (Facebook) Almost a week after a group of Swiss tourists rescued a donkey from the Giza district and flew it to Switzerland for $930,(...)

Respect for Religious Pluralism in Islamic History

Nov 4, 2017

SOURCE: ALARABIYA  Dr. Tayyeb Tizini Wednesday, 1 November 2017 The Pact of Umar was a ‘treaty’ forged during the conquest of Jerusalem more than 1400 years ago, at the beginning of Islamic history. It contributes to laying down the foundations(...)

One Thousand and One Nights: Shahrazad, the Traditional Feminist

Nov 1, 2017

By: Meriam Helal/Arab America Contributing Writer The Arabian Nights is one of the most influential stories that have captured the culture of an era and have influenced traditions of many societies for generations to come. The story was told during the(...)

The 10% of the Arabs who Struggle to Leave their Homeland

Nov 1, 2017

By: Noor Almohsin/Arab America Contributing Writer At The Arab Center Washington DC conference on the 26th of October, Rami Khouri, a Professor of journalism at the American University of Beirut (AUB), discussed the dismantling of the Arab World. He said we(...)

Burghul: The Noblest Achievement of Wheat

Nov 1, 2017

By: Habeeb Salloum/Contributing Writer The hot Saskatchewan July wind made us uncomfortable as my brother and myself went searching for wood scraps in the surrounding treeless prairie land.This was an important yearly task for us children in the age-old method(...)

How I Became an Arab American Car Designer

Nov 1, 2017

By: Mike Enayah/Arab America Ambassador Blogger I was born in Kuwait to Palestinian parents. I was raised straddling two identities: one is the son of refugees that needed to always be practical. For most Palestinians, a professional highly marketable career(...)

The One Place in the U.S. which is Identical to Lebanon

Nov 1, 2017

                   By: Myrna Daher/Contributing Writer Are you homesick for Lebanon, but can’t travel that far?  Then, consider spending time in California, U.S.A.  The similarities between the two are endless California, with its(...)

Fact Checking Your Assumptions About Arab Americans

Nov 1, 2017

BY: Nisreen Eadeh/Contributing Writer In Arab America’s mission to combat negative perceptions about Arab Americans, we are hashing out the negative stereotypes, clichés, and weird assumptions we’ve heard over the years about our identity. It is important to remain active(...)

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