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  • 19 Jun 2019

    UN Human Rights agency releases report on Khashoggi murder

    UN Human Rights agency releases report on Khashoggi murder The United Nations Human Rights Council released a 99 page report detailing the gruesome murder of former Saudi advocate and later Washington Post columnist and critic of the Saudi Government, Jamal Khashoggi, on Wednesday, June 19, 2019. Khashoggi had been an insider with special access and...

  • 18 Jun 2019

    UN and rights groups denounce Egypt’s abuse of Morsi

    UN and rights groups denounce Egypt’s abuse of Morsi The United Nations Human Rights joins in denouncing the abuse of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi who died in Egyptian custody after being held in solitary confinement for years following the military coup. Morsi had brought on his own troubles by seeking to amend the Egyptian...

  • 18 Jun 2019

    Plan approved to encourage Academic Excellence for Israeli students of Ethiopian descent

    Plan approved to encourage Academic Excellence for Israeli students of Ethiopian descent $40.4 Million (145 Million NIS) Allocated in Multiyear Budget​​​​​​​ The Council for Higher Education (CHE) recently approved a $40.4 million (145 million NIS) multiyear plan to encourage academic excellence and leadership among students of Ethiopian descent. The program sprang from Israel’s 2015 Government...

  • 12 Jun 2019

    26 civilians, including 3 women and 2 children, injured in Houthi attack on Saudi airport 

    26 civilians, including 3 women and 2 children, injured in Houthi attack on Saudi airport  Colonel Turki Almalki, the official spokesman of the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen, said that at (02:21 am) Wednesday morning a hostile projectile fired by Houthi militia hit the arrivals hall at Abha International Airport in Asir Province in...

  • 12 Jun 2019

    New book: The Road to Nablus

    New book: The Road to Nablus The Road to Nablus is the extraordinary fictionalized true story of the author’s father, Abed Hadi, and his escape from a Palestinian refugee camp in the 1940s, chronicling his remarkable journey to his eventual home in St. Louis, Missouri. As a young boy Abed Hadi survived a massacre, a death...

  • 11 Jun 2019

    Syria Direct launches audio series highlighting Syrian women’s voices

    Syria Direct launches audio series highlighting Syrian women’s voices Syria Direct, a non-profit journalism organization dedicated to telling the stories of the Syrian conflict, has launched its first-ever audio journalism reporting series, Souriyeh / سوريّة. The 10-part series, featuring both Arabic and English-language reporting, takes its title from the feminine adjective of “Syrian.” The ...

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  • Christian and Muslims iconic religious images in Occupied Jerusalem, Palestine. Photo courtesy of Ray Hanania

    Muslim advocacy group condemns Sri Lanka terrorist attacks US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) Condemns the Terror Attack on Churches, Hotels in Sri Lank. USCMO based in Washington representing Muslim organizations across the United States, issued the following statement of support for the Christian community and condemning the terrorism The US Council of Muslim Organizations...

  • Sultan Al Mansouri, UAE Minister of Economy, Chairman of the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology, and a number of officials, ambassadors and consuls during the announcement of the Arab program of Halal in Dubai Monday 18 February 2019

    Arab Countries agree on new framework for Halal Certificates Mutual Recognition Announcement made in UAE on the sidelines of 4th Global Halal Industry Platform. Al Maeeni: UAE established and implemented the world’s first Halal food system A unified Pan-Arab framework for the mutual recognition of Halal products and services certificates was announced in the United Arab...

  • Image courtesy of WalletHub

    WalletHub lists Most and Least Diverse cities in America The U.S. today is a melting pot of cultures, thanks to increasing ethnic and racial diversification. If the trend continues, America will be more colorful than ever by 2045, at which point no single ethnic group will constitute the majority in the U.S. for the first...

  • ABPA seeks interns for Washington D.C. assignments

    ABPA of Washington DC seeking intern sponsors The Arab American Business and Professional Association (ABPA) is seeking support for a project to help place interns in positions in Washington D.C. ABPA believes the involvement and additional support of businesses throughout the country is important because we believe that this project’s goals depend on the collaborative,...

  • Afula Jewish City enforces racism against non-Jews. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia

    Afula city council members swear to ‘preserve city’s Jewish character’ The Jewish Nation-State Law effect: Afula city council members swear to ‘preserve city’s Jewish character’. Adalah demands municipality immediately rescind racist oath; Adalah fears northern city ban on non-residents in public park is aimed at Arab citizens from surrounding communities. Half a year after Israel...

  • ADC Salutes senior staff attorney Yolanda Rondon Senior Staff attorney at the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee honored for her dedication to fighting for civil and human rights ADC thanks Senior Staff Attorney Ms. Yolanda Rondon for her over five years of service and dedication to the community. Ms. Rondon’s tenure at ADC ends today, and...

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