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‘Elections did not undermine Hezbollah but gives Lebanon chance to reorganize’ says spokesman for the American Task Force on Lebanon

  • CHICAGO: The result of Lebanon’s elections should not lead people to believe that Hezbollah has been undermined but should be seen as an opportunity to restructure the country’s political dynamics, a spokesman for the American Task Force on Lebanon said on Wednesday. Jean AbiNader, ATFL vice p...
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Israeli apartheid set to become even more extreme

  • Violence by Palestinians against Israelis has been on the rise recently, creating a crisis in the Tel Aviv government, which usually means even harsher measures and stepped-up rhetoric about “anti-Semitism.” The conflict between Israel and the Palestinians is a war of human and civil rights, a...
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Reformists surge in Lebanon polls

  • BEIRUT: Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah group and its allies lost their parliamentary majority while independents achieved surprise breakthroughs, final elections results showed Tuesday. The results indicate a fragmented and polarized parliament divided between pro- and anti-Hezbollah lawmakers ...
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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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Meta opens first physical store

  • BURLINGAME: Facebook parent Meta has opened its first physical store — in Burlingame, California — to showcase its hardware products like virtual and augmented reality goggles and glasses. The store, which is open to the public as of Monday, is made for people who want to test out products lik...
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Biden offers Palestinians hope of new peace process

  • No president has done more to support Arab Americans and to stand by the principles of peace and justice for Palestinians than Joe Biden. He has done even more than Bill Clinton and far more than Barack Obama, whose political career is fondly recalled in the heart of the Palestinian American co...
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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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Nations must prepare for the shocks that war and climate change always bring

  • We are all facing a time of great uncertainty and change. We are all facing shocks from different sides. Whether you are a poor person in a slum in India, a rich person in Switzerland, or a middle-class person in China, you will feel them. But each person has a different ability to survive shoc...
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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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