Posts Tagged “Washington DC”

Iran focus of interviews on The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2

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Iran focus of interviews on The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2

Iran focus of interviews on The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2 Click this link to view the Facebook Video of The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2, 2021 which features Frank Kane, host of the weekly Arab News flagship program “Frankly Speaking” on the launch of his second season, and in the second segment…

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ADC names Chris Habiby as Legislative and Policy Coordinator

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ADC names Chris Habiby as Legislative and Policy Coordinator

ADC names Chris Habiby as Legislative and Policy Coordinator The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) welcomes Chris Habiby to the team as our new Legislative and Policy Coordinator. We are excited that Habiby will be working with ADC to advocate on behalf of Arab Americans before Congress and U.S. Federal Agencies while helping advance ADC’s mission.  Habiby previously worked for Governor Andrew…

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State Department leads discussion on live Arab Radio

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State Department leads discussion on live Arab Radio

State Department leads discussion on live Arab Radio On this week’s show, Ray Hanania interviewed Chris Hodges, the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Assistance Coordination and Press and Public Diplomacy at the State Department’s Bureau for Near Eastern Affairs, on Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s trip to the Middle East. Secretary Blinken’s goal is to meet…

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Trump inauguration to be streamed live on Twitter/PBS

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Trump inauguration to be streamed live on Twitter/PBS

Trump inauguration to be streamed live on Twitter/PBS PBS NewsHour in partnership with Twitter will live stream special coverage of Inauguration Day 2017 on Twitter from 11am – 5pm ET on Friday, January 20, 2017. The special broadcast will be anchored by managing editor Judy Woodruff, with NewsHour correspondents John Yang reporting from the steps…

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Terrorism media coverage in Paris/West vs Beirut/Arabs

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Terrorism media coverage in Paris/West vs Beirut/Arabs

Why is there a difference between the coverage by the mainstream Western and American news media of the terrorism in Paris on Friday Nov. 13 compared to the absence of media coverage of the terrorism in Beirut the day before? The reasons involve a twisted form of journalism applied by Western journalists that distinguishes between…

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Why ISIS Attacked Paris But Not Other Cities

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Why ISIS Attacked Paris But Not Other Cities

Why ISIS is able to attack Paris and European targets but will be very difficult to do the same in the United States

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