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Ethiopia-Egypt battle over GERD Dam focus on Ray Hanania Arab Radio show

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Ethiopia-Egypt battle over GERD Dam focus on Ray Hanania Arab Radio show

Ethiopia-Egypt battle over GERD Dam focus on Ray Hanania Arab Radio show Ethiopian Media specialist Omer Redi Ahmed joins Egypt Journalist Mohamed Elsetouhi to discuss the concerns that exist between Egypt and Ethiopia on the Ethiopian GERD Dam project. Ethiopia is filling up the reservoir and Egypt contends it is siphoning off significant water from…

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Palestine carries flag at Olympics along with other Arab nations

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Palestine carries flag at Olympics along with other Arab nations

Palestine carries flag at Olympics along with other Arab nations The Olympics offers a moment of pride for oppressed citizens of Palestine. The Tokyo Olympics will begin with a Flag Ceremony expected to last about 3 hours with each country represented by a male and a female athlete carrying their nation’s flags. The Arab World…

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US Arab Radio expands to include evening broadcasts

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US Arab Radio expands to include evening broadcasts

US Arab Radio expands to include evening broadcasts The US Arab Radio Network, the only weekly live radio talk show program in America that features a wide range of Arab American and Muslim hosts, announced this week it expanded its broadcast programming to include morning and evening shows. Currently the US Arab Radio Network broadcasts…

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African Author Mohammad Elsanour releases new novel “I Can’t breathe”

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African Author Mohammad Elsanour releases new novel “I Can’t breathe”

African Author Mohammad Elsanour releases new novel “I Can’t breathe” African Author Mohammad Elsanour & his novel “I Can’t breathe” and how to spread the peace all over the world. By Rania Salem Author & Novelist Mohammad Elsanour published his new novel Placebo after the success he had witnessed in his previous novel, Louise Membership…

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Arab American challenges racist anti-Arab Chuck Schumer in 2022 election

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Arab American challenges racist anti-Arab Chuck Schumer in 2022 election

Arab American challenges racist anti-Arab Chuck Schumer in 2022 election Khaled Salem announced he is running against U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer, who has been repeatedly denounced as a racist anti-Arab incumbent, in the upcoming 2022 election. Salem also demanded on Monday that foreign governments release all American detainees who are being held in their prisons…

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“Ramy” is entertaining, but does little to dispel Arab stereotypes

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“Ramy” is entertaining, but does little to dispel Arab stereotypes

“Ramy” is entertaining, but does little to dispel Arab stereotypes The Hulu comedy series “Ramy,” now in its second season, is entertaining, but it stops short of tackling the challenges most Arabs and Muslims face in America. The series still presents Arabs as all Muslim and in the context of a religious struggle rather than…

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Hyatt Magazine to host Arab Heritage Month reception

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Hyatt Magazine to host Arab Heritage Month reception

Hyatt Magazine to host Arab Heritage Month reception Hyatt Magazine will host a special dinner commemorating Arab American Heritage Month at the Paradise Banquets in Bridgeview on April 21, 2020. April is recognized in 18 American states as Arab American Heritage month and was designated in a special law adopted by the Illinois Legislature in…

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Egyptian American Sarah Gad seeking Democratic nomination for Congress in 1st District

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Egyptian American Sarah Gad seeking Democratic nomination for Congress in 1st District

Egyptian American Sarah Gad seeking Democratic nomination for Congress in 1st District Egyptian American University of Chicago Law student Sarah Gad says her own personal experiences from seven years ago involving drug addiction has motivated her to understand the challenges facing many Illinois residents and to support pro bono legal work for those in need….

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Coptic Orthodox communities in Eastern Canada welcome his grace Bishop Boulos

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Coptic Orthodox communities in Eastern Canada welcome his grace Bishop Boulos

Coptic Orthodox communities in Eastern Canada welcome his grace Bishop Boulos The newly ordained Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Ottawa, Montreal and Eastern Canada, His Grace Bishop Boulos will be welcomed by members of the Ottawa community this week. The Coptic Orthodox communities in Ottawa, will celebrate on Thursday, September 5th the arrival…

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UN and rights groups denounce Egypt’s abuse of Morsi

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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…

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Algeria: Egyptian Scenario will Fail 

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Algeria: Egyptian Scenario will Fail 

Algeria: Egyptian Scenario will Fail  There are some similarities between Egypt and Algeria. Both countries have armies that have been in power since they gained it, and both armies appointed presidents of their own. By Abdennour Toumi  Algerians are still marching, demanding the fall of what remains of the regime, while the country’s strongman, General…

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UN Human Rights group urges Egypt to release songwriter El Behairy

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UN Human Rights group urges Egypt to release songwriter El Behairy

UN Human Rights group urges Egypt to release songwriter El Behairy UN human rights experts* have urged Egyptian authorities to release poet Galal El Behairy, who has been detained since February for writing a song critical of government policies. Mr. El Bahairy wrote the lyrics to the song ‘Balaha’, performed by Ramy Essam, and released…

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