Posts Tagged “Arab World”

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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Arab Americans in the Military honored on new veteran’s website

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Arab Americans in the Military honored on new veteran’s website

Arab Americans in the Military honored on new veteran’s website ArabWarVeterans.com is a new website showcases the stories of American Arabs who served in the U.S. Military from the American Civil War through World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and in today’s wars in the Middle East. The database of stories is…

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Arab News correspondent hosts “Special Election Coverage” on Detroit radio

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Arab News correspondent hosts “Special Election Coverage” on Detroit radio

Arab News correspondent hosts “Special Election Coverage” on Detroit radio Middle East’s leading English language newspaper The Arab News will launch a weekly radio show on Detroit’s US Arab Radio Network to explore issues in the Nov. 3, 2020 General Election. The show will be hosted by the newspaper’s US Special Correspondent Ray Hanania, a…

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America’s 19th 9/11, Stand or Fall

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America’s 19th 9/11, Stand or Fall

Donald Trump and Joe Biden will commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks in rural Pennsylvania where one of the hijacked planes crashed in a field.  The following is this American’s commemoration of 11 September 2001.  By Eileen Fleming “United we stand, divided we fall” is a phrase used to inspire unity and collaboration of individuals…

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USS Liberty Survivors of The Six-Day War Read and Write  

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USS Liberty Survivors of The Six-Day War Read and Write  

On 8 June 1967, thirty four Americans were killed, 174 wounded and scarred for life because the USA Government failed to support the USS Liberty troops while Israel was attacking them with bombs, bullets, and torpedoes; and continues to disrespect the Liberty troops request to speak to the American people during an open Congressional hearing….

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

Covid-19 caused the cancellation of the USS Liberty’s 53rd reunion of survivors of The Six Day War. The following is published in honor of 2020’s USS Liberty Remembrance Day. By Eileen Fleming This retired nurse has lived in Florida for decades but New York is my homeland. I began paying attention to Covid19 in January. It…

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