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Sweltering streets: Hundreds of homeless die in extreme heat

  • PHOENIX: Hundreds of blue, green and grey tents are pitched under the sun’s searing rays in downtown Phoenix, a jumble of flimsy canvas and plastic along dusty sidewalks. Here, in the hottest big city in America, thousands of homeless people swelter as the summer’s triple digit temperatures arr...
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Biden needs to find the ‘will’ to pursue Israel-Palestine peace, a congressional ally says

  • CHICAGO: President Joe Biden needs to find the “will” to do the right thing and push Israelis and Palestinians together to achieve peace, one of his strongest supporters in Congress told Arab News Wednesday. Congresswoman Marie Newman, a Democrat, said the issue of Palestine and Israel is imp...
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Pro-Arab political representation not likely to grow in Michigan’s midterm elections, experts predict

  • CHICAGO: Candidates in four recently redrawn Michigan congressional districts covering areas traditionally sympathetic to Palestinian interests are expected to face tough challenges in upcoming primaries, which could prevent the Arab American community from augmenting its political voice, two v...
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Congressman says US foreign policy has ‘blind spot’ on Israel-Palestine conflict

  • CHICAGO: American foreign policy has a “blind spot” when it comes to getting accurate information on challenges facing Israelis and Palestinians or achieving peace, Illinois Congressman Sean Casten (D-6th) told Arab News Wednesday. Elected in 2018 after defeating conservative Peter Roskam, Ca...
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Israel has never been held to account for its attack on USS Liberty 55 years ago, US vets say

  • CHICAGO: US military veteran survivors of the June 8, 1967 Israeli attack on the USS Liberty communications ship said on Wednesday that they were betrayed and “stabbed in their spine” by US government efforts to protect Israel and suppress details of the unprovoked assault. Five survivors fro...
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Illinois speaker backs legislation recognizing Arabs as minority contractors

  • CHICAGO: Emanuel “Chris” Welch, the speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives, announced on Friday during a visit to a mosque that he supports the adoption of a law that would grant Arab and Muslim contractors special “minority” status when they bid for a share of more than $46 billion i...
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UN relief agency actively seeking new ways to continue to support Palestinian refugees

  • CHICAGO: Bill Deere, the acting director of the Washington office of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency said on Wednesday that all options and ideas are being explored as part of efforts to strengthen and sustain support for the nearly 6 million Palestinian refugees and their descendant...
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New Jersey Arab mayor urges community to engage Americans first before Middle East

  • Mohamed T. Khairullah, the mayor of the borough of Prospect Park in New Jersey, said on Wednesday that Arab and Muslim Americans should prioritize becoming fully engaged and successful in America over focusing on foreign policy. Khairullah, who was the guest on the Ray Hanania Show on the US ...
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Iranian resistance warns Iran’s primary goal is to build a nuclear weapon

  • CHICAGO: Iran is close to building a nuclear weapon and is using negotiations with the West to give them more time to achieve that goal, according to Shahin Gobadi, the spokesperson for the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). A thermal nuclear scientist who first joined the resista...
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Mayoral candidate Lopez vows to reverse Chicago’s anti-Arab and anti-Muslim policies

  • CHICAGO: Mayoral candidate Raymond Lopez Wednesday denounced Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s targeting of the Arab and Muslim community as “disgusting and tasteless,” and vowed to launch a probe into her actions which has cost hundreds of job losses and millions in income and tax revenue. Lopez added ...
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