Posts Tagged “Arab Women”

100 Arab American women team up for fundraising event

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100 Arab American women team up for fundraising event

100 Arab American women team up for fundraising event Annual event to be held for the fifth year at salon and spa When people come together to give, it makes a stronger impact. Nothing demonstrates that more than 100 Arab American Women Who Care, a one-of-a-kind event centered on philanthropy and giving back to the…

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Saudi Crown Prince challenges false images of Arabs

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Saudi Crown Prince challenges false images of Arabs

Saudi Crown Prince challenges false images of Arabs Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman took on the toughest four issues and questions thrown at every Arab World leader by the mainstream American news media and effectively slammed them out of the park like grand slam home run in a World Series baseball game. But Salman’s…

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Outdated inheritance laws indicative of larger issue: status of Arab women

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Outdated inheritance laws indicative of larger issue: status of Arab women

Outdated inheritance laws indicative of larger issue: status of Arab women By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Personal statutes are hard to change in the Middle East; their enforcement is entrusted to conservative religious establishments. Outdated laws regulate marriage, inheritance, divorce, death, adoption and other family related matters. It is very difficult to introduce reform to what…

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Arab League celebrates Arab women

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Arab League celebrates Arab women

Arab League celebrates Arab women No Turning Back! League of Arab States celebrates Fifth Annual Arab-American Day honoring the Arab woman The grand entrance hall of the United States Institute of Peace overflowed the first week of December with hundreds of prominent men and women from government, academia, and business. They came to hear and…

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Moroccan student thrives at Hampshire college

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Moroccan student thrives at Hampshire college

A Moroccan student who has traveled the world is documenting and studying the integration of Arabs and Muslim students in Western countries. Yasmine El Baggari is an Arab college student in her fourth and final year of study at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts who educators say is doing remarkable things that include conducting intensive…

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Documentary explores the covering of womens’ hair

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Documentary explores the covering of womens’ hair

A new documentary by directors Ovidio Salazar and Mazen AlKhayrat explores the cultural and religious practices of women who cover their hair not just in the Middle East but around the world. Titled “The Tainted Veil,” the documentary explores why there is a controversy Anasy Media, a United Arab Emirates production company has completed post-production on…

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