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Rachel Corrie Foundation hosts Olympia Washington ArabFest

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Rachel Corrie Foundation hosts Olympia Washington ArabFest

Rachel Corrie Foundation hosts Olympia Washington ArabFest Oct 5 – 30, 2020 Month long virtual online festival will begin October 5 through Oct. 30 with new events each day from 8 AM until 5 PM. Check out their website at https://rachelcorriefoundation.org/ Since 2012, the Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice has provided a biennial…

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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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Netflix fuels war on truth in new season of Fauda

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Netflix fuels war on truth in new season of Fauda

Netflix fuels war on truth in new season of Fauda Netflix fuels war on truth in its new series “Fauda,” which purports to show the reality of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a distortion that waters down Israel’s oppressive brutality while exaggerating the threat from the Palestinians. The 3 season series is so disgusting I am…

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Muslims applaud Spongebob Square Pants Ramadan Mubarak message

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Muslims applaud Spongebob Square Pants Ramadan Mubarak message

Muslims applaud Spongebob Square Pants Ramadan Mubarak message Popular American children’s cartoon offers Ramadan Greeting to Muslim worshipers in a first from popular American culture for children and young people Today, the television show that has brought smiles to so many, brings smiles to Muslims across the globe with an Instagram post depicting the show’s…

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Profile: Hanania argues American Arabs need more networking and greater involvement in local society

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Profile: Hanania argues American Arabs need more networking and greater involvement in local society

Profile: Hanania argues American Arabs need more networking and greater involvement in local society Freelance writer Thabet al-Arabi profiles Ray Hanania, an Op-Ed columnist, former Chicago City Hall political reporter, and radio talk show host. The profile explores Hanania’s life from wanting to study medicine to turning to journalism, communications and standup comedy to challenge…

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Our Arab identity is being smothered by our religion

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Our Arab identity is being smothered by our religion

Our Arab identity is being smothered by our religion Arab Christians are marginalized, ignored and pushed aside by everyone even though we can play a critical role in trying to bring the East and the West, the Christian and Muslim Worlds, together towards understanding. This issue surfaces all the time and most recently when the…

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