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Boston-based Egyptian Artist: The Journey and What's To Come for Bayou

Apr 20, 2022

By: Dina Kobeissi / Arab America Contributing Writer Who is Bayou?  Adham Bayoumi, who goes by “Bayou,” was born in Jeda, Saudi Arabia but grew up in Dubai for most of his life, returning to Egypt in the summers like(...)

Arab American Orthodox Christians Celebrate Easter in 2022

Apr 20, 2022

Compiled by Arab America On Sunday, Arab American Orthodox Christians will celebrate Easter. Although attendance over the past two years was limited due to the Covid pandemic, attendance is expected to grow at many of the religious ceremonies taking place(...)

Recognition of National Arab American Heritage Month Goes Mainstream!

Apr 20, 2022

Official Logo of Arab America Foundation's National Arab American Heritage Month initiative By: Claire Boyle / Arab America Contributing Writer National Arab American Heritage Month has gone mainstream given that there are now hundreds of public figures, organizations, businesses, educational(...)

Israel’s Communications Offensive against the Palestinians continues Unabated

Apr 20, 2022

'Before Zionism--the Shared life of Jews and Palestinians'--the Zionists had their own propaganda program paving the way for the State of Israel Photo -- By: John Mason / Arab America Contributing Writer Even before the State of Israel was(...)

Cabbage: One of the Most Nutritious Vegetables

Apr 19, 2022

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer The cruciferous family includes Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, collards, kohlrabi, and of course cabbage which is one of the most ancient of vegetables. It has been on the tables of mankind, especially those of(...)

How to Spend a Day in Casablanca Morocco

Apr 18, 2022

Photo: Britannica-Casablanca By: Nouha Elyazidi / Arab America Contributing Writer Casablanca, الدار البيضاء, “the white house,” or “casa.” No matter what you call it, the beautiful coastal Casablanca is one of the most extraordinary cities in Morocco. The city serves(...)

Preserving an Omani Tradition

Apr 13, 2022

By: Menal Elmaliki / Arab America Contributing Writer April 30th of 1840, marks a monumental moment, where an Omani vessel by the name of Sultana makes a grand appearance into the NY harbor, stunning New Yorkers by its magnificence and(...)

Arab America Foundation Announces its Speakers for National Arab American Heritage Month Commemoration Event

Apr 13, 2022

Official flier of the Arab America Foundation's National Arab American Heritage Month celebration FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE REGISTER HERE (WASHINGTON, D.C., April 13, 2022) The Arab America Foundation is excited to announce its speakers for the National Arab American Heritage Month(...)

Corporate America Shies Away from Arab American Initiatives

Apr 13, 2022

GEICO accepted then rejected its participation in the celebration of Arab Heritage Month -- Photo By: John Mason / Arab America Contributing Writer Much of corporate America has declined to actively support Arab American Heritage Month, mostly due to(...)

Easter - Ramadan Celebration during National Arab American Heritage Month

Apr 13, 2022

BY: Lily Karam / Arab America Contributing Writer In celebration of Easter and Ramadan coinciding on this year’s calendar, Palestine Foundation had a nostalgic traditional maamoul baking day for members of the Mawtini Choir and their families.  The Arab American community, Christians(...)

Palestinian Christian Easter Traditions Remain Strong, but Dwindling Numbers and the Occupation Threaten the Community's Future

Apr 13, 2022

Photo Credit: PHOTOS: Palestinian Christians protest Israeli permit regime during Palm Sunday procession - +972 Magazine  By: Muna Killingback / Arab America contributing writer From date-filled pastries molded in the shape of Christ’s crown of thorns to boy and girl(...)

Ramadan Breakfast: Harcha--Moroccan Pancakes

Apr 13, 2022

By: Blanche Shaheen / Arab America Contributing Writer As Ramadan is upon us, families are gathering for iftar, the meal served at the end of the day during Ramadan, to break the day's fast. The word iftar literally means  "breakfast"(...)

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