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Dancing to the Darkest Light: Turning Tragedy Into Something Positive To Enrich The Lives Of Other

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Dancing to the Darkest Light: Turning Tragedy Into Something Positive To Enrich The Lives Of Other

Dancing to the Darkest Light: Turning Tragedy Into Something Positive To Enrich The Lives Of Other Arriving in New York after fleeing the terror of the Islamic revolution in Iran, Soheila Adelipour and her family believed the worst was behind them. Life was great for a while; the kids went to college, worked hard and…

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Book Talk: Strangers No More: Syrians in the United States, 1880 – 1900

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Book Talk: Strangers No More: Syrians in the United States, 1880 – 1900

Book Talk: Strangers No More: Syrians in the United States, 1880 – 1900 December December 5, from 6 – 8 PM at the Lebanese American University New York Headquarters and Academic Center,  211 E 42nd St., New York, NY 10017. Launching Linda K. Jacobs’ latest book, “Strangers No More: Syrians in the United States, 1880 – 1900.”…

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Book Release: Kettani publishes book about World Muslim Population

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Book Release: Kettani publishes book about World Muslim Population

Book Release: Kettani publishes book about World Muslim Population Book is first of its kind research on Muslims, Halal, and sequel to stay of Muslim world population Dr. Houssain Kettani, professor of computer science, had his book “The World Muslim Population Spatial and Temporal Analyses” published this fall. This is his second book, following “The…

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Syrian-Lebanese-American author Zughaib discusses her new book “Stories My Father Told Me”

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Syrian-Lebanese-American author Zughaib discusses her new book “Stories My Father Told Me”

Syrian-Lebanese-American author Zughaib discusses her new book “Stories My Father Told Me” Helen Zughaib, internationally renowned, award-winning Syrian-Lebanese-American artist will discuss her new book “Stories My Father Told Me” about life growing up in Syria. Thursday, Nov. 17 6:00-7:30 p.m. Middle East Books and More 1902 18th St. NW Washington, DC 20009 Light refreshments will…

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Investigative Journal launches talk-show anchored from Times Square New York

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Investigative Journal launches talk-show anchored from Times Square New York

Investigative Journal launches talk-show anchored from Times Square New York The Investigative Journal launched a hard-hitting talk show from its studios in Times Square New York anchored by award-winning broadcast journalist Tal Heinrich. The show produced by award-winning American executive producer Driss Sekkat comes weeks after the official launch of TIJ headquartered in London UK…

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Findley, champion of justice and Palestinian rights, dies

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Findley, champion of justice and Palestinian rights, dies

Findley, champion of justice and Palestinian rights, dies A powerful champion of Palestinian rights, Paul Findley, was laid to rest on August 9, 2019 in his hometown of Jacksonville, Illinois where he launched his successful 11-term, 22 year congressional career in the U.S. Congress, until he was toppled by pro-Israel funded challenger Dick Durbin in…

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