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A candidate who deserves Arab American support

  • Of the 435 members of the US House of Representatives, fewer than 10 percent vote to support Palestinian rights and only slightly more support pro-Arab issues. Those speaking out for Palestine in Congress are a small and lonely group. The largest proposed legislation in support of Palestinian...
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A day at the beach

  • It’s summer time when everyone wants to enjoy the refreshing breeze and the shining sun, lie on the sand and get the perfect tan. Here are some tips on how to protect your skin from allergies, wrinkles, and patches against the sun.Important equipment for your skin protection under the sun:• A...
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A deep and dangerous knowledge gap

  • Americans are the most educated people in the world but the least educated about the world. The American education gap widens when it comes to topics of the Middle East, an area they should be better informed about considering that in the past nearly two decades, more Americans were killed or...
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A false spring at the spring meetings?

  • Every spring, international bureaucrats flock to Washington, as reliably as swallows to Capistrano, for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, where they exchange information about their local economies and policy prospects. Because these officials atte...
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A free pass to abuse women, if your politics are right

  • When the influential Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s years of sexual harassment were exposed, it pulled another layer off the reality of American life under the rich and powerful. It also exposed the hypocrisy of the mainstream American news media and how they use controversy to...
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A G20 summit of damage limitation rather than strategy

  • World leaders gather for a group photo at the start of the G20 Leader's Summit at the Costa Salguero Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Nov. 30, 2018. (AP) Logic dictates that a gathering of the most powerful and influential countries in the world should be a celebration of mult...
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A good read

  • I read with interest the article “Seeing Trump through the eyes of an Arab American” (Oct. 20) by Ray Hanania. Truth be told, I never thought about the US elections, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in this way. The writer has added a whole new dimension to the US election debate and it really...
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A journey from abused child to Egyptian antiquities collector

  • Major Robert Grenville Gayer-Anderson has given his name to one of the most enjoyable cultural outings in Cairo, a visit to the Bait Al-Kretliya, which consists of two beautifully restored old Islamic houses joined together by a bridge, popularly known as the Gayer-Anderson Museum. For the fir...
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A new era for Turkey

  • Sunday is a big and important day for Turkey. The president of the Republic of Turkey will be elected, and this time, for the first time, by the people. Although the polls give a more or less general idea, a notable silence reigns among the public. Will this election respond to their demands?...
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A quick guide to staying healthy in Haj

  • Haj, the world’s largest gathering, the ultimate journey, is a trip of a lifetime and one that will surely be memorable for its uniqueness. As able bodied Muslims, we are only required to perform it once in our lives; it’s a hard and difficult couple of days with many ups and downs but all for...
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