Posts Tagged “politics”

Arab Radio: Aftermath of November 6 election on Arab Americans

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Arab Radio: Aftermath of November 6 election on Arab Americans

Arab Radio: Aftermath of November 6 election on Arab Americans Radio host Ray Hanania will discuss the aftermath of the November 6, 2018 on Tuesday on the Arab Americans. How will the national election results impact Arab and Muslim Americans.  Who are some of the Arab American candidates who won election? To listen to the…

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Responding to New York Times “We Need to Talk About God”

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Responding to New York Times “We Need to Talk About God”

The weekend’s New York Times featured the opinion piece by author Jonathan Merritt,“We Need to Talk About God” noting some “real-world consequences” when we don’t. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. warned,“the church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state. It…

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Arab American voters in Illinois to rally for Democratic candidates

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Arab American voters in Illinois to rally for Democratic candidates

Arab American voters in Illinois to rally for Democratic candidates Dozens of Democratic candidates running in the November 6, 2018 General election will be showcased at the annual Candidate’s Breakfast & Brunch on Sunday, October 21 hosted by The Arab American Democratic Club. The keynote speakers at the event are Illinois House Speaker Michael J….

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One, two, three où va l’Algérie?

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One, two, three où va l’Algérie?

One, two, three où va l’Algérie? Algerians are simply posing the question that the country’s nomenclature does not want to hear: One, two, three où va l’Algérie? (Where is Algeria heading?) By Abdennour Toumi Crisis events are piling up in Algeria, ranging from socioeconomic errors, which might cause major inconvenience, to inflation that seriously impacts…

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Berqas and the Tolerant Letterboxes

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Berqas and the Tolerant Letterboxes

Berqas and the Tolerant Letterboxes A British official’s derogatory remarks about the wearing of berqas (burqas, burkas, facial coverings) have ignited a firestorm of criticism and a discussion about the boundaries of religion, politics, and tolerance. Guest columnist Maen Alhusseni speaks to the racism of the issue By Maen Alhusseini Former foreign secretary and British…

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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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