Posts Tagged “immigrants”

New Book: Empower a Refugee: Peace of Thread & the Backyard Humanity Movement

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New Book: Empower a Refugee: Peace of Thread & the Backyard Humanity Movement

New Book: Empower a Refugee: Peace of Thread & the Backyard Humanity Movement Refugees who have fled famine and violence and resettled in the US too often are isolated, disconnected, living in despair. They typically have housing, food, clothing. Yet they miss the large inter-connected families, the all-embracing social fabric of their previous homes. They yearn…

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ADC & ACLU Sue Trump Administration Over New Census Memo

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ADC & ACLU Sue Trump Administration Over New Census Memo

ADC & ACLU Sue Trump Administration Over New Census Memo The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), The American Civil Liberties Union, New York Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Texas, and Arnold & Porter filed a federal lawsuit on July 24, 2020, on behalf of immigrants’ rights groups challenging President Trump’s new order seeking to block people…

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Jesus was a Palestinian, and many Palestinians were Jews

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Jesus was a Palestinian, and many Palestinians were Jews

Jesus was a Palestinian, and many Palestinians were Jews Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week asserted that archeological digs run by the State of Israel have found proof that the Palestinians were never indigenous to the “Land of Israel” and immigrated from Europe. But since he opened the window to the topic, it’s worth…

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Migrants and refugees crossing Libya subjected to “unimaginable horrors”

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Migrants and refugees crossing Libya subjected to “unimaginable horrors”

Migrants and refugees crossing Libya subjected to “unimaginable horrors” Migrants and refugees are being subjected to “unimaginable horrors” from the moment they enter Libya, throughout their stay in the country and – if they make it that far — during their subsequent attempts to cross the Mediterranean sea, according to a UN report released on…

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Affaire d’État or Scandal, the Palace Is Boiling

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Affaire d’État or Scandal, the Palace Is Boiling

Affaire d’État or Scandal, the Palace Is Boiling President Macron’s supporters prefer to compare him to President Obama rather than President Nixon, and believe he will survive the storm. By Abdennour Toumi First heat waves of the summer season in Paris have produced an unusual sweat and wet in the town; everybody is trying to…

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Accurate look at UN Human Rights, devoid of Nikki Haley’s racism

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Accurate look at UN Human Rights, devoid of Nikki Haley’s racism

Accurate look at UN Human Rights, devoid of Nikki Haley’s racism Despite the lies and propaganda of racist, bigoted American UN Ambassador Nikki Haley that the UN Human Rights Council only focuses on Israel, the outgoing UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein offers insight into the Council’s positions on a wide range…

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Migrants Asking for Protection, Aid not Five-Star lodging

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Migrants Asking for Protection, Aid not Five-Star lodging

Migrants Asking for Protection, Aid not Five-Star lodging Migrants are not looking for “five-star” lodging, once accosted safely they need protection and aid in norms with these countries’ human, egalitarian and fraternal values. By Abdennour Toumi Tragic images showing coffins containing bodies of those who drowned in the Mediterranean assembled in the Tunisian coastal city…

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ADC protests US failure to grant Syria refugees sanctuary

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ADC protests US failure to grant Syria refugees sanctuary

ADC protests US failure to grant Syria refugees sanctuary On Wednesday Jan. 31, 2018, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) decided to extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for approximately 7,000 Syrian beneficiaries in the U.S. The decision only allows current TPS holders to renew their status. DHS refused to re-designate Syria for TPS. ADC…

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France, Fatherland of Human Rights Vs. Migrants’ Rights

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France, Fatherland of Human Rights Vs. Migrants’ Rights

France, Fatherland of Human Rights Vs. Migrants’ Rights French President baton and carrot immigration policy is between repressive deportation and limited selective immigration. By Abdennour Toumi President Macron is dictating conspicuously to his Interior Minister to enforce zero tolerance towards illegal immigrants, introducing a new bill on asylum and immigration to be presented to his…

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NY Theater presents Arab American struggles in Jim Crow era

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NY Theater presents Arab American struggles in Jim Crow era

NY Theater presents Arab American struggles in Jim Crow era NEW YORK THEATER COMPANY PRESENTS ARAB AMERICAN STRUGGLES IN JIM CROW SOUTH Noor Theatre makes Michigan debut at Arab American National Museum Dec. 8 as part of Museum’s Artists + Residents program  Dearborn, Mich. (Nov. 29, 2017) – The Global Fridays Fall 2017 season at…

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Kayrouz keynotes welcome speech for new U.S. citizens at Federal Immigration Ceremony

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Kayrouz keynotes welcome speech for new U.S. citizens at Federal Immigration Ceremony

Kayrouz keynotes welcome speech for new U.S. citizens at Federal Immigration Ceremony Prominent Michigan accident attorney Joumana Kayrouz told new U.S. citizens during a federal government swearing-in service held Friday morning in the City of Westland that American citizenship is an important key that can unlock their family dreams. The new citizens received their citizenship oath from…

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Kennedy promises to uphold Arab, Muslim rights

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Kennedy promises to uphold Arab, Muslim rights

Kennedy promises to uphold Arab, Muslim rights Illinois gubernatorial candidate Christopher Kennedy told a gathering of influential Arab and Muslim community activists Saturday that he would defend their rights as Americans and respect their cultural and religious identities. Kennedy said when his family immigrated to America, they faced the same racism and discrimination now facing…

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