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Arab American push to expand April Arab Heritage month recognition

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Arab American push to expand April Arab Heritage month recognition

Arab American push to expand April Arab Heritage month recognition Media professional Warren David joins The Arab street Radio and podcast on WNZK AM 690 Radio Friday March 13, 2020 to discuss Arab American Heritage month activities in April, and the politics of Senator Bernie Sanders. By Ray Hanania Arab Americans will be pushing to…

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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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Addiction to Opioids: A Common Challenge, a Shared Responsibility

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Addiction to Opioids: A Common Challenge, a Shared Responsibility

Addiction to Opioids: A Common Challenge, a Shared Responsibility The American Human Rights Council in Dearborn, Michigan held a conference on the growing problem of Opiod Addiction in the Arab American and Muslim community. The conference was held on Feb. 18, 2020 to address the challenges facing drug addictions On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, the…

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New Reddit Group to speak out against extremism

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New Reddit Group to speak out against extremism

New Reddit Group to speak out against extremism A new group has been created on Reddit to encourage moderates to be more vocal in supporting peace and rejecting extremism in Israel, Palestine and in the Arab, Israeli, Jewish, Christian and Muslim Worlds. We need to strengthen the moderate voices and push for compromise and mutual…

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The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance

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The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance

The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz A popular uprising forced the resignation of the Lebanese prime minister and his cabinet last October. But a strong self-serving government and a very unpopular parliament are still operating with full force. The uprising has a long way to go to achieve its…

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A new prime minister for Lebanon: a change-agent from campus

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A new prime minister for Lebanon: a change-agent from campus

A new prime minister for Lebanon: a change-agent from campus?  By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz On December 19, Lebanese President Michel Aoun named Hassan Diab, the vice president of the American University of Beirut (AUB), to form the next cabinet. Saad Hariri resigned on October 29, twelve days after nationwide street demonstrations erupted. Stability is eroding…

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