Posts Tagged “Arabic language”

ArabiKids keeps Arab American families connected to culture

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ArabiKids keeps Arab American families connected to culture

ArabiKids keeps Arab American families connected to culture ArabiKids helps families stay connected to Arabic by bringing the best in Arabic kids’ books and resources from around the world to their doorstep For Arab-American families, connecting their children with Arabic language and culture is not always easy. With ArabiKids, two Arab-American moms have found a…

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يجب على العرب أن يوقفوا التواصل بإسرائيل حتى تعترف بفلسطين

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يجب على العرب أن يوقفوا التواصل بإسرائيل حتى تعترف بفلسطين

يجب على العرب أن يوقفوا التواصل بإسرائيل حتى تعترف بفلسطين صحيفة أخبار العرب_ عدد الأول من مارس 2018. Arabic: Published in the Arab News, Feb. 28, 2018. To achieve peace, the Arab World should suspend all contacts with Israel until Israel recognizes Palestine Statehood and Palestine’s right to exist, and demand that Israel end its…

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قوة التمكين العربي تزداد رغما عن أمريكا

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قوة التمكين العربي تزداد رغما عن أمريكا

قوة التمكين العربي تزداد رغما عن أمريكا بقلم: راي حنانيا Arabic. Arab American empowerment continues to grow. Arab Americans have been fighting for a place at the American table from the day they set foot in America. But in recent years, their empowerment has increased despite the increased discrimination in the wake of the terrorist attacks…

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الوطن و استراتيجية الغضب

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الوطن و استراتيجية الغضب

الوطن و استراتيجية الغضب It is not hard to understand the frustration and anger Palestinians and Arabs feel in the face of continued abuse by Israel’s government, whose policies are not only destroying any chance of peace, but also encouraging more violence and death. But the Palestinian and Arab world’s reaction to the Israeli government’s…

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Rash of thefts hit charitable donation boxes at Dearborn stores

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Rash of thefts hit charitable donation boxes at Dearborn stores

American Arabs and Muslims are among the most generous people in America when it comes to raising funds to help the needy. That might explain why their charity donation collections are being targeted at local stores in the Dearborn, Michigan region By Ray Hanania I recently saw a video posted on a popular Facebook Page, Dearborn Area Community…

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The Difficult is the Path Itself, discrimination in France

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The Difficult is the Path Itself, discrimination in France

By Abdennour Toumi — Paris – France The “Charlie” spirit still haunts France’s politicians, media, academicians and streets. France pre-January 7/15 is no longer France post-January 11/15. Meanwhile on the avenues, in the banlieues (suburbs), and Sunday markets everything seems to be going at a normal pace, and life moves on.  Still the tension is…

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