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AHRC Observes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Day:

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AHRC Observes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Day:

AHRC Observes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Day: The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) observes Dr. Martin Luther King’s day that falls on Monday,  January 18, 2021.   Dr. King is one of the most consequential figures of the twentieth century. He led a peaceful civil rights movement that changed the country for the better….

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Healing the Nation after Trump

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Healing the Nation after Trump

Healing the Nation after Trump By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz I am less worried about how firmly Trump is disciplined than about how focused our leaders are on the future of America. We are facing a severe pandemic, a major economic crisis, a rural-urban political split and a growing national ideological societal divide. A diversity-sensitive approach…

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Pollard Free in Israel: Vanunu Remains Captive

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Pollard Free in Israel: Vanunu Remains Captive

On the Tuesday before Christmas, Jonathan Pollard, former U.S. Navy analyst and convicted spy flew with his wife from Newark to Tel Aviv, on a private plane provided by Sheldon Adelson and received a hero’s welcome from Prime Minister Netanyahu. By Eileen Fleming US taxpayers provide Israel more ‘benjamin’s’ than to any other country. Adjusted for inflation,…

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AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad

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AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad

AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad This year’s electoral turnout has exceeded expectations. Millions have already voted and millions are still expected to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd.   While there have been long lines and some problems with mailed in ballots, overall, the process has run remarkably well for a Covid-19 world. AHRC salutes…

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Who and what pulls the Arab American vote

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Who and what pulls the Arab American vote

Who and what pulls the Arab American vote By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Based on empirical grounds, it is predicted that the majority of Arab Americans will vote for Biden- or shall we say vote against Trump. Click here for data. There are about 3.5 million Arab Americans, originating from 22 countries, approximately one per-cent of…

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Lebanon on a failure track for the near future

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Lebanon on a failure track for the near future

Lebanon on a failure track for the near future By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz When I left Lebanon in 1975 I never thought I would stay abroad for the rest of my life. I simply could not imagine that this country would ever reach such a stage of largely self-inflicted decline. The destructive power of politics…

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