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Shakira Personifies a Multicultural Identity in a Globalized World

Mar 11, 2020

By: Thomas Simsarian Dolan/Arab America Contributing Writer Even before Shakira and JLo’s Superbowl Halftime Show had ended, a slew of naysayers had taken to Twitter to lament the performance’s purported hyper-sexualization, an homage to various Latinx cultures, critical political content,(...)

Christians in Gaza—A Little-Known, Embattled Minority

Mar 11, 2020

By: John Mason/Arab America Contributing Writer The number of Christians in Gaza has been reduced to just about 1,000, while the number of Muslims is reaching close to 2 million. Still, the remaining Christians stay resilient, though the tendency is(...)

The Dancer's Revenge

Mar 11, 2020

  By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab America Contributing Writer The cool sea breezes gently caressed the customers enjoying their succulent Margat al-Hout - a Tunisian version of a tasty Mediterranean fish dish - at Dar Zarrouk Restaurant in beautiful Sidi Bou Said,(...)

March is for All Women: Warda Bouguettaya

Mar 11, 2020

By: Emily Devereaux/Arab America Contributing Writer What is home? To many people, this answer will vary. Sometimes home is a place, or land, or even a group of people. Wanda Bouguettaya, who was born in Alergia, has had many places(...)

It’s Inevitable: The Coronavirus has Hit the Arab World—How are they Handling It?

Mar 4, 2020

By John Mason/Arab America Contributing Writer It seems that the Arab countries are managing the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as well as they can. They do not seem to have been left flat-footed by the arrival of the virus, unlike another(...)

The Beauty of Sudan in terms of Sites, People, Attire, and Music

Mar 4, 2020

By: Ala Abed-Rabbo/Arab America Contributing Writer The Republic of Sudan, or Sudan, is a country located in northeastern Africa (see map below). Sudan has a population of 43 million (2020 estimate) and covers 728,215 square miles (1,886,068 square kilometers), making(...)

From Marrakesh to Ouarzazate: A Journey through Three Worlds

Mar 4, 2020

By: Habeeb Salloum/Arab American Contributing Writer "The separation of a beloved torments the heart, But mine is in grief when from Marrakesh, I depart, Deep within me, without a rival is her love, In my soul, there is no place(...)

How Arab Americans Manage to Stay Healthy and Well

Mar 4, 2020

By: Ala Abed-Rabbo/Arab America Contributing Writer Arab Americans have ties to one or more of the Arab League countries, whether they are cultural, ethnic, linguistic, familial, or heritage bonds to their ancestries. It is important for people to care for(...)

Mubarak's Death Commemorates January 25th Revolution

Mar 4, 2020

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer  The nation has a mixed feeling regarding the death of Mubarak, as they remembered a political figure who was in their life for over 30 years, while at the same time they remember the(...)

In March 2020, International Women's History Month is Defined by Phenomenal Women

Mar 4, 2020

By: Leila Diab/Arab America Contributing Writer “A successful woman is one who can build a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at her.” -Unknown This March 2020, international acknowledgment of women’s courageous, brave, and exceptional standards of deep(...)

March is for All Women: Rula Jebreal

Mar 4, 2020

By: Emily Devereaux/Arab America Contributing Writer March is for Women Women's History Month had its origins in the United States since 1981. Initially, Women's History had a commemoration period of only one week. However, the six-year marathon of petitions, resolutions,(...)

Sanders Says U.S. Cannot Ignore Suffering of Palestinians

Feb 26, 2020

When asked at last night’s Democratic debate about his decision to skip the AIPAC Israeli Lobby conference this week, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said, "I am very proud of being Jewish, I actually lived in Israel for some months,(...)

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