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The Ray Hanania show compares Ramadan in US and Saudi Arabia

  • Muslims around the world celebrated the start of Ramadan this week, but the experience and traditions of the holy month can vary widely from country to country, especially in the pandemic era. In Saudi Arabia, for example, the latest technology is being employed to protect the health of worshi...
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Black Lives Matter leader to take Houthi violence against Ethiopians to UN

  • Hawk Newsome, the leader of the Black Lives Movement of Greater New York City, said Wednesday he might take the plight of Africans and especially Ethiopians in Yemen to the United Nations. Newsome, whose organization confronts racism and racist actions against African Americans, said he was s...
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Arab News radio show discusses future of print media, partnership with FII institute

  • CHICAGO: Despite harsh restrictions and widespread health fears caused by the year-long COVID-19 Pandemic, the newspaper industry is beginning to see a brighter future, media industry experts agreed Wednesday. Assistant Editor-in-Chief Noor Nugali and London-based INNOVATION Media Consulting ...
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Experts discuss Biden’s recognition of the Armenian genocide on the Ray Hanania Show

  • CHICAGO: Leaders and activists from the Armenian community in the US applauded the recent decision by President Joseph Biden to formally acknowledge the genocide of the Armenian people in 1915 by Ottoman Forces and said it adds to the pressure on Turkey to begin a process of reparations. Bide...
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Saudi journalist experiences empowerment of women as observer and participant

  • Not only does she report on the growing empowerment of women in Saudi Arabia, journalist Deema Al-Khudair said that every day she gets to experience the advances and greater freedoms women in the Kingdom now enjoy as a result of the ongoing reforms under her nation’s Vision 2030 development pla...
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How the inconvenient truth of Jeff Bezos’s fabricated ‘phone leak’ story revealed a deeply-rooted media bias against Saudi Arabia

  • LONDON: On May 8, Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Aljubeir took to Twitter to ask whether or not those who have accused the Kingdom of the so-called Bezos Hack would come forward and acknowledge their mistake, or “simply delete their tweets and hope that their positions at the ...
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Experts assess media coverage of situation in Gaza on Ray Hanania show

  • CHICAGO: The office of the Associated Press (AP) in Gaza City, which was destroyed by the Israeli bombing of Al-Jalaa tower last weekend, is just one of 18 media sites attacked by Israel during its current conflict with the Palestinians. The shocking figure was given on Wednesday, during a di...
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Ray Hanania Show discusses how US media failed to report the truth about the Jeff Bezos leak

  • CHICAGO: Many Western news outlets failed in their duty to correct mistaken reporting that falsely accused Saudi authorities of involvement in hacking Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s phone, a media insider said on Wednesday. After US tabloid the National Enquirer reported in 2019 that the billion...
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UN unifies voice around rights of Palestinians, Arab News correspondent reports

  • CHICAGO: The UN held unprecedented unified sessions this week to address Israel’s violence against Palestinian civilians and Hamas intervention in the conflict, Ephrem Kossaify, the UN correspondent for Arab News, reported Wednesday. Kossaify, whose reporting at the UN was cited by the presti...
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Ray Hanania show discusses upcoming Iranian elections, recent Arab News exclusive with exiled crown prince

  • CHICAGO: The leading candidate in Iran’s June 18 elections is a man who has already been sanctioned by both the US and EU for human rights violations and brutality against dissidents, including the torture and killing of children, Ali Safavi, a board member of the world’s leading dissident orga...
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