Posts Tagged “ArabAmerica.com”

Malfouf — the Rice and Roll of the Middle East

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Malfouf — the Rice and Roll of the Middle East

Malfouf — the Rice and Roll of the Middle East Published courtesy of ArabAmerica.com By Blanche Shaheen Arab America Contributing Writer The word “malfouf” in Arabic means both “cabbage” and “rolled.” So in Arab culture, cooks must have felt that it was only natural to roll up the cabbage around rice, and the popular dish…

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Arab America salutes National Arab American Heritage Month with Washington DC event

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Arab America salutes National Arab American Heritage Month with Washington DC event

Arab America salutes National Arab American Heritage Month with Washington DC event (Reprinted with permission from ArabAmerica.com.) By Emiliya Strahilova Arab America Contributing Writer Last Thursday (April 12, 2018) an exciting venue in Washington DC, right next to the White House, was the site where Arab America acknowledged for a third consecutive year National Arab American Heritage Month(NAHM)….

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DC group pushing for national month for Arab Heritage to be in April

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DC group pushing for national month for Arab Heritage to be in April

DC group pushing for national month for Arab Heritage to be in April Online website ArabAmerica.com based in Washington D.C. and community activists are pushing to designate one month as a national heritage month for Arab Americans. Currently, Arab Heritage Month is celebrated during different months in different states including in November for Illinois U.S….

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Warren and Amal David bring America to the Arabs

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Warren and Amal David bring America to the Arabs

By Ray Hanania Longtime American Arab activists Warren and Amal David are touring the country to promote their newest online venture, ArabAmerica.com. At a luncheon they hosted in Saturday at Fattoush Restaurant in Chicago’s Southwest Suburbs, the heart of Chicagoland’s Arab American community, the David’s presented their community news and information website to a gathering of 40…

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