Posts Tagged “Sept. 11”

Saudi Crown Prince challenges false images of Arabs

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Saudi Crown Prince challenges false images of Arabs

Saudi Crown Prince challenges false images of Arabs Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman took on the toughest four issues and questions thrown at every Arab World leader by the mainstream American news media and effectively slammed them out of the park like grand slam home run in a World Series baseball game. But Salman’s…

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Prosecute Saudis, then prosecute US Soldiers, too

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Prosecute Saudis, then prosecute US Soldiers, too

If we prosecute Saudis can we prosecute US Soldiers? 15 years after the September 11 terrorist attacks and American officials continue to play politics with war crimes. Congress allows prosecution of Saudis for 9/11 under legislation approved this week, but when will they allow the prosecution of American soldiers who engaged in war crimes in Iraq…

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New film explores challenges facing American Arabs

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New film explores challenges facing American Arabs

Usama Alshaibi’s documentary “American Arab” has its national television premiere on Tuesday, February 9, 2016, at 8 p.m. on WORLD Channel (check local listings), as part of the fourth season of AMERICA REFRAMED, public media’s newest documentary series. The film, made through Chicago production collective Kartemquin Films (makers of THE INTERRUPTERS), will be available for free streaming on www.worldchannel.org starting February…

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Detroit radio listeners on Sterling Heights Mosque fight

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Detroit radio listeners on Sterling Heights Mosque fight

Radio listeners in Detroit and Washington DC discuss a wide range of issues from the opposition of Chaldean Christians from the Middle East and mosque fight in Sterling Heights, to the commemoration of the 14th Anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Listeners also sound off on the plight of Syrian Refugees and Israel’s refusal…

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9/11: We will never forget, but will we ever learn?

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9/11: We will never forget, but will we ever learn?

Anger and emotion following the terrorist attacks after Sept. 11, 2001 prevented most Americans from thinking with reason and common sense back then. But as time goes on, more and more Americans are recognizing that our failure to act responsibly after 9/11 has helped create a much more dangerous world, not a safer one. We will…

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Threats against Bridgeview Mosque investigated (Updated)

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Threats against Bridgeview Mosque investigated (Updated)

By Ray Hanania UPDATE 2, Friday: Bridgeview Police released the following statement: Bridgeview Police today interviewed two individuals believed to be involved in an exchange of comments on Facebook that involved allegations of threats made against the Bridgeview Mosque.  Both suspects were interviewed at the Bridgeview Police Headquarters. The names of the persons of interest…

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