Posts Tagged “satire”

Interview with the filmmakers of “Holy Air”

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Interview with the filmmakers of “Holy Air”

Interview with the filmmakers of “Holy Air” Holy Air is a satirically sad and humorous look at Christian life in Israel. Movie review of “Holy Air” by writer and producer Shady Srour and Director Ilan Moskovitch. Arabic, English and Hebrew. Also a Podcast Interview with Srour and Moskovitch about the challenges of making a film…

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Fox & Fiends The Comic Strip: Sex, Lies and TV hate

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Fox & Fiends The Comic Strip: Sex, Lies and TV hate

Fox & Fiends is a new comic strip from The Arab Daily News that lampoons the vicious slander and lies on the FOX Cable TV morning show “Fox & Friends” starring propagandists Brian Kilmeade, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Steve Doocy. By Ray Hanania Fox & Fiends is a new comic strip from The Arab Daily News…

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Comic Strip: IkhrAss goes after Asra Nomani

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Comic Strip: IkhrAss goes after Asra Nomani

The latest edition of the popular and hilarious comic strip IkhrAss which lampoons the anti-Arab, anti-Palestinian, anti-Semitic, anti-Jewish and anti-Christian (and poorly written) hate website Ikhras, authored by “Thabet al-Arabi” and “Qassem Lufti.” Ikhras is clearly funded by the Syrian regime of dictator Bashar al-Assad. Permission granted to republish the comic strip in its entirety…

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An Arab-Jewish Thanksgiving

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An Arab-Jewish Thanksgiving

An Arab-Jewish Thanksgiving Saudi Gazette, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013 By Ray Hanania One of my favorite times in my home is Thanksgiving, the day Americans commemorate the taking of America from the Native Americans, but with a more positive spin that favors them.Native Americans were called “Indians” and were the original inhabitants of the North American continent…

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Video Stand up Comedy: Ray Hanania Performance

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Video Stand up Comedy: Ray Hanania Performance

Video Stand up Comedy: Ray Hanania Performance A comedy performance by Ray Hanania before a Jewish American audience at a Chicagoland temple. Ray Hanania entered standup comedy as a professional communicator following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to help audiences better understand American Arabs and Arab culture. The Arab community has done a poor…

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