Posts Tagged “book review”

John Zogby publishes book on understanding Americans

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John Zogby publishes book on understanding Americans

Celebrated political pollster John Zogby publishes new book offering in-depth understanding of who Americans really are. The author bases findings on eight years of research focused on allowing Americans to define themselves. The book details how they see themselves and who Americans really are Pollster and author John Zogby announced today the publication of his fourth book, We…

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Against All Better Judgment: A Book Review and Current Events

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Against All Better Judgment: A Book Review and Current Events

Against All Better Judgment: A Book Review and Current Events By Eileen Fleming Exclusive to The Arab Daily News On Sunday from Tel Aviv it was reported, “Israel’s supporters in Congress are pushing legislation to bolster aid, advanced arms, export licensing exemptions and augmented in-country stockpiles of US weapons.” The US-Israel Strategic Partnership Act of…

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Arab American Woman’s Book Inspired by Current Events in Syria

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Arab American Woman’s Book Inspired by Current Events in Syria

Arab American Woman’s Book Inspired by Current Events in Syria Sugar Land, TX, March 15, 2014 — Current events in war-torn Syria inspired an Arab American woman, Lilas Taha, to write Shadows of Damascus, her first novel, published 1/13/2014 by Soul Mate Publishing in New York, and available for download on Amazon. The story centers on…

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Why is this Woman Smiling?

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Why is this Woman Smiling?

Why is this Woman Smiling? A Book Review of “Reflections from Palestine: A Journey of Hope” By Eileen Fleming Special to The Arab Daily News “Reflections from Palestine: A Journey of Hope” a memoir by Samia Nasir Khoury is also a most necessary history lesson. In an email, Samia wrote: Yesterday evening, February 15, The…

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Book Review: The Secret of Rose-Anne Riley, by Shaw J. Dallal

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Book Review: The Secret of Rose-Anne Riley, by Shaw J. Dallal

Book Review: The Secret of Rose-Anne Riley by Shaw J. Dallal By A. Clare Brandabur Professor Emeritus, English Department, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana This is the second novel by the author of, an important narrative of the Palestinian diaspora, Scattered Like Seeds. Shaw J. Dallal’s The Secret of Rose-Anne Riley is an altogether different type of novel, but like…

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Book Review/Profile: American by Choice by Farouk Shami

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Book Review/Profile: American by Choice by Farouk Shami

Book Review: American by Choice by Farouk Shami By Ray Hanania Up until a few years ago, most Americans probably didn’t know Farouk Shami, despite the wildly successful trajectory of his popular hair care product company, Farouk Systems, which he founded in Houston in 1986. A Palestinian immigrant who came to America with only $71…

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