Posts Tagged “Charlie Hebdo”

Detroit radio on anti-Muslim & anti-Arab hatred

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Detroit radio on anti-Muslim & anti-Arab hatred

Ray Hanania hosts TheArabDailyNews.com Detroit radio show every 2nd Friday of the month on 690 AM Detroit Radio and 700 AM Radio in Washington DC from 8 until 9 am EST. In this episode, Hanania takes phone calls from listeners on every topic that includes: the racism of Charlie Hebdo Magazine and why are Israelis…

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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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RT Arabic among Top-3 Most Watched News Channels

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RT Arabic among Top-3 Most Watched News Channels

RT Arabic Is Among Top-3 Most Watched News Channels In 6 Arabic Countries RT’s Arabic-language news channel View image | gettyimages.com has higher daily audience in six MENA countries than UK’s BBC Arabic and Sky News Arabia, US’ Al Hurra and China’s CCTV in Arabic, placing it among the top three most watched news channels…

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Bobby Jindal Shows his Racism,Ignorance ,Should Apologize to Muslims

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Bobby Jindal Shows his Racism,Ignorance ,Should Apologize to Muslims

By Ali Younes Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal finally spoke the truth and showed his true colors during his recent interview with CNN when he decried and insulted Muslims and Islam. The truth Jindal revealed was not about Islam or Muslim as he thinks he did, rather, it was about his racist and twisted views of…

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Netanyahu exploits Charlie Hebdo for his own motives

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Netanyahu exploits Charlie Hebdo for his own motives

By Amer Sabaileh When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s attended the march against terrorism in Paris last week in the wake of terrorist attack against French satirist newspaper Charlie Hebdo,  he was in reality marching for his own agendas, not against terrorism. His Paris appearance  was critically designed to position himself as a direct partner…

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Who is Hayat Boumeddiene?

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Who is Hayat Boumeddiene?

As world’s most wanted woman, Hayat Boumeddiene is the subject of manhunt of  every intelligence service in the world,looking for clues to find her . The last known whereabouts of Boumeddiene was in Turkey where she crossed from France a day before the attacks last week on French Satire Magazine Charlie Hebdo. Boumeddiene is now…

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I Am Not Charlie Hebdo: I Am Not the Terrorists Either

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I Am Not Charlie Hebdo: I Am Not the Terrorists Either

By Ray Hanania The absence of our story as Arab-Americans may explain why so many Americans hate Arabs and Muslims, especially in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo Massacre. Most Americans lump Arabs and Muslims into one category of spite because, to be honest, most Americans are uneducated and ignorant about the facts. I blame…

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Cairo Institute condemns those who justify Charlie Hebdo attack

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Cairo Institute condemns those who justify Charlie Hebdo attack

Combating terrorism must include religious reform, which cannot take place in absence of comprehensive political reform The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) condemns the terrorist acts that shook the French capital city, Paris last week, and which took the lives of 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper, and four others in a…

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Paris in Crisis: A clash of aberration

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Paris in Crisis: A clash of aberration

By Abdennour Toumi Ankara – Turkey — I thought the West had finally gained some understanding of Arabs and Muslims in the aftermath of the 9/11 tragedy a decade ago. For instance Americans attended Arabic classes en masse at any nearby community college or state university program. Their interest greatly increased book sales about Arabs and…

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Muslim solutions to Terrorism in Paris

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Muslim solutions to Terrorism in Paris

Outrage, condemnation, candle light vigils and revenge talk is all good, but the need is practical solutions beyond condemnations. Obviously the burden squarely falls on Muslims; we have to grudgingly admit that almost all acts of terror are committed by men claiming to be Muslims in the pretext of defending Islam, Quran and the Prophet….

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Charlie Hebdo, terrorism and the debate on morality

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Charlie Hebdo, terrorism and the debate on morality

By Ray Hanania When human life is lost, it is difficult to have an unemotional discussion about the issues that might be involved when morality clashes with emotions. That’s what happened when a group of terrorists murdered 12 people in an attack on the offices of a satire newspaper in Paris last week, and then…

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Western Media should not treat Islam as a target of its insults in the name of freedom of press

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Western Media should not treat Islam as a target of its insults in the name of freedom of press

By Ali Younes Muslims and Islamic organizations across the world condemned in strongest terms, and rightly so, the massacre against the journalists and editors of the satirist French Magazine Charlie Hebdo, even when at the same time disagreed and disapproved with Charlie Hebdo’s insults against the Muslim faith. Western media acts free of any legal…

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