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AHRC condemns heinous Ohio State University attack

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AHRC condemns heinous Ohio State University attack

AHRC condemns heinous Ohio State University attack Prominent Greater Detroit region Human Rights group denounces the recent violent assault by a suspect who seriously injured 11 students who is identified as a Muslim immigrant from Somalia The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) strongly condemns the attack on students at Ohio State University (OSU) allegedly carried out by…

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Arab group website hacked in Dearborn

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Arab group website hacked in Dearborn

Arab groups website hacked in Dearborn. American Human Rights Council website hacked by radical extremists. Hate group suspected in Internet attack. Police are investigating By Ray Hanania The American Arab civil rights group “American Human Rights Council” (AHRC) reported on Friday that it’s website was hacked by an extremist group and replaced, at least briefly,…

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UN official keynotes AHRC human rights gala

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UN official keynotes AHRC human rights gala

UN official keynotes AHRC Dearborn civil rights event. Dr. Rima Khalaf, Under Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, based in Beirut, will be the keynote speaker at the annual “Spirit of Humanity” Gala dinner hosted by the American Human Rights Council By Ray Hanania Dr. Rima Khalaf,…

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Michigan Senate battle pits Smith and Tlaib

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Michigan Senate battle pits Smith and Tlaib

Michigan Senate battle pits Smith and Tlaib By Ray Hanania In what critics describe as “a desperate bid” to save her celebrated political career, State Rep. Rashida Tlaib, who is being forced out of the Michigan House this year because of term limits, announced she is running against veteran Michigan officeholder Virgil K. Smith, the…

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Tlaib candidacy in Michigan offers insight into community challenges

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Tlaib candidacy in Michigan offers insight into community challenges

Tlaib candidacy in Michigan offers insight into community challenges Saudi Gazette Newspaper, November 03, 2013 By Ray Hanania Rashida Tlaib was the first Palestinian Muslim woman to be elected to the Michigan State House in 2008 in a district outside of Detroit. It was a monumental achievement considering she is now only one of two Muslim…

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