Posts Tagged “Marco Rubio”

Arab, Jewish groups denounce law to stifle American freedoms

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Arab, Jewish groups denounce law to stifle American freedoms

Arab, Jewish groups denounce law to stifle American freedoms Arab and Jewish groups announced their opposition to a law introduced in the U.S. Senate to make it illegal for Americans to criticize Israel by boycotting Israel’s illegal, and racist Jewish settlements. The bill targets the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanction) movement which targets Israel’s Apartheid policies…

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Rubio’s humiliation offers break for Middle East peace

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Rubio’s humiliation offers break for Middle East peace

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio’s embarrassing defeat as a presidential candidate, and his even more humiliating failure to win his own state, Florida, in the presidential primary, has created a great opportunity for the forces of Middle East goodwill to step up to the plate and elect a progressive who can move Israeli-Palestinian peace forward, Patrick Murphy By Ray Hanania Nothing was…

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US elections fuel tension of Arab-Israeli conflict

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US elections fuel tension of Arab-Israeli conflict

Many candidates in the U.S. elections for president pandering to the conflict in the Middle East, adding more turmoil rather than finding solutions By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz America’s short sighted foreign policy on the Palestine question plays well in the current presidential elections.  The Arab-Israeli conflict is an attractive medium for pandering to campaign donors…

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Sanders edge in Michigan may be due to Arab support

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Sanders edge in Michigan may be due to Arab support

Bernie Sanders won the important Michigan Primary Tuesday (March 8) and a big part of his victory can be directly attributed to support he received mainly from Muslim Americans and Arabs in Wayne County. But Donald Trump still carried the state with overwhelming support from Chaldeans, Middle East Christians. The two communities have been separated…

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Dangerous Presidents in America on Day # 1

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Dangerous Presidents in America on Day # 1

Cruz, Rubio and Trump are the three most dangerous men whom America has ever given birth to, and they are set to ruin the American economy and the American way of life. On Day #1 – they want to repeal Obama care. Forget their hatred for the President, but look at their political meanness to…

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Despite rhetoric, Trump leads with Arab radio callers

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Despite rhetoric, Trump leads with Arab radio callers

Donald Trump has been criticized for calling for bans on Muslim and Hispanic immigration, but Arab Christians and Middle East Christians like Chaldeans are connecting with Trump because of his “tough” policies against radicalism and religions extremism, on Arab Radio By Ray Hanania Donald Trump has been criticized for calling for bans on Muslim and Hispanic immigration,…

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Hypocrisy on Obama being a Muslim, and anti-Arab racism

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Hypocrisy on Obama being a Muslim, and anti-Arab racism

Donald Trump is being attacked for not correcting a supporter who claims President Obama is a Muslim. But very few Republican candidates or many in the mainstream American news media have demanded the same of other candidates. Trump may not be John McCain, but he is no different than most of the Republicans running for president. So why only attack…

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Huckabee, the Holocaust, and competing with Trump

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Huckabee, the Holocaust, and competing with Trump

The rhetoric in the Republican Presidential race may sound a bit weird these days maybe wondering what the topics of the screaming has to do with the real issues concerning Americans. Candidates have trumped issues like the bad economy, no jobs, bad education, and increasing violence instead arguing about birthers, holocausts, Israel and Iran By Ray Hanania…

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Don’t Expect Middle East Peace to Be a Presidential Campaign Issue

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Don’t Expect Middle East Peace to Be a Presidential Campaign Issue

As the American presidential campaign gets into swing, there will be a big focus on the battle among the larger field of conservative and extremists Republicans like Cruz, Rand, Rubio and maybe a half dozen more, and they won’t be talking Middle East peace. But neither will Hillary Clinton or any Democrats who challenge her….

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