Posts Tagged “election”

Video Podcast Arab Radio: Dearborn flooding, UAE peace deal July 7

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Video Podcast Arab Radio: Dearborn flooding, UAE peace deal July 7

Video Podcast Arab Radio: Dearborn flooding, UAE peace deal July 7 The Ray Hanania Radio Show on #Arabradio Wed 8 am EST, July 7, featured two segments, one on Dearborn’s flooding problems, and the other on the UAE-Israel peace accord Segment 1: 8:AM EST We have Imad Hamad, the executive director of the American Human…

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Arab Democratic Club to host Zoom candidate’s and leaders forum March 25

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Arab Democratic Club to host Zoom candidate’s and leaders forum March 25

Arab Democratic Club to host Zoom candidate’s and leaders forum March 25 The Arab Democratic Club will host its pre-election Forum for Democratic candidates running in the April 6 election and for elected public officials in a special celebration of Arab American Heritage month on Thursday March 25. The forum will again be held Virtually…

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AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad

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AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad

AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad This year’s electoral turnout has exceeded expectations. Millions have already voted and millions are still expected to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd.   While there have been long lines and some problems with mailed in ballots, overall, the process has run remarkably well for a Covid-19 world. AHRC salutes…

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Who and what pulls the Arab American vote

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Who and what pulls the Arab American vote

Who and what pulls the Arab American vote By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Based on empirical grounds, it is predicted that the majority of Arab Americans will vote for Biden- or shall we say vote against Trump. Click here for data. There are about 3.5 million Arab Americans, originating from 22 countries, approximately one per-cent of…

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Lebanon on a failure track for the near future

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Lebanon on a failure track for the near future

Lebanon on a failure track for the near future By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz When I left Lebanon in 1975 I never thought I would stay abroad for the rest of my life. I simply could not imagine that this country would ever reach such a stage of largely self-inflicted decline. The destructive power of politics…

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Vote and Let the Political and Legal System Run Its Course

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Vote and Let the Political and Legal System Run Its Course

Vote and Let the Political and Legal System Run Its Course By Imad Hamad Every minute counts during this exceptional election cycle. The electoral outcome depends on turnout.  Anyone following the news has read about the long lines of voters eager to make their voice heard.  This is great for democratic rule.  This elections is not about…

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