Posts Tagged “history”

Five issues threaten Israel’s future security April 18, 2021

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Five issues threaten Israel’s future security April 18, 2021

Five issues threaten Israel’s future security April 18, 2021 By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Israel’s act of sabotage on Iran’s central nuclear facility on April 11 raises several questions. Tel-Aviv seems to live in a climate of unusual impunity. It has so far managed to escape punitive consequences for its territorial occupation, displacement of indigenous people…

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Arab News launches special project for the Year of Arabic Calligraphy

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Arab News launches special project for the Year of Arabic Calligraphy

Arab News launches special project for the Year of Arabic Calligraphy The online Deep Dive looks at the ancient craft and modern art of Arabic calligraphy. The multimedia project also marks UN Arabic Language Day on Dec. 18 To round out the Year of Arabic Calligraphy, as declared by the Saudi Ministry of Culture, and to…

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Arab American Memoir: “Stories My Father Told Me”

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Arab American Memoir: “Stories My Father Told Me”

Arab American Memoir: “Stories My Father Told Me” Memories of a Childhood in Syria and Lebanon By Elia Zughaib, Illustrated by Helen Zughaib In a world driven by power, money, and the pursuit of personal success, Helen and her father Elia have given us a glimpse of an intact society stretched to the limit, yet…

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Palestinian Museum opens in New Haven

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Palestinian Museum opens in New Haven

First Palestinian museum in US to open in Connecticut Wafa News Agency — NEW HAVEN, March 25, 2018 (WAFA) – For the first time ever, a museum displaying the history, art and culture of the Palestinian people is expected to open within a few days in Woodbridge, an outskirt of New Haven in Connecticut, being…

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Everyday Items reflect stereotypes of “Them” 

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Everyday Items reflect stereotypes of “Them” 

Everyday Items reflect stereotypes of “Them”  Exhibition helps viewers identify, resist subtle hate messages Stereotypes: Martin Luther King, Jr. said it eloquently – “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Prejudice and hate are not only reflected in the current political climate; they have long been promoted through items as innocuous as a souvenir…

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Patriot Poets and USS LIBERTY Remembrance Day 2017

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Patriot Poets and USS LIBERTY Remembrance Day 2017

A patriot used to be someone who loved their homeland but did NOT support their government blindly In the era of Trump patriotism has become Nationalism A nationalist blindly follows ‘the leader’ because he lacks his own ability to think and reason By Eileen Fleming The World needs American patriots who will act in the best…

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