Archive For The “Podcast” Category

Why is my TV clogged with election Ads?

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Why is my TV clogged with election Ads?

Why is my TV clogged with election Ads? Nauseating political commercials have already started to clog our Spring season television viewing, and it has a lot to do with the fact that the three candidates for governor in Illinois are among the richest people around. Republican Bruce Rauner, one of the most incompetent governor’s Illinois has…

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Arab Knesset leader denounces Israeli racism

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Arab Knesset leader denounces Israeli racism

Arab Knesset leader denounces Israeli racism The Deputy Speaker of the Israeli Knesset Ahmad Tibi, a Palestinian Israeli elected to the Knesset representing Israel’s oppressed Arab minority, told an American audience on Friday May 5, 2017 that Israel’s government headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is racist, discriminatory and practices Apartheid in the military occupation of the West Bank, Gaza…

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Arab American journalists face industry bias

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Arab American journalists face industry bias

Arab American journalists face industry bias Arab American journalists continue to be targeted by racism and discrimination that dominate the mainstream American news media. America’s journalism industry is driven by an unethical and unprofessional growing trend by American media outlets to exclude any voices that are critical of Israel. It’s the main reason why there are so…

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Podcast Interview with Faisal Abbas of the ArabNews.com

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Podcast Interview with Faisal Abbas of the ArabNews.com

Podcast Interview with Faisal Abbas of the ArabNews.com Arab News Editor-in-Chief Faisal Abbas discusses trends in the Middle East, developments in Syria, Palestine and Saudi Arabia in a live radio appearance on Radio Baladi on WNZK Detroit radio Friday morning  By Ray Hanania Arab News Editor-in-Chief Faisal Abbas joined me on Radio Baladi on live Arab…

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Tornadoes Hit Illinois 50 Years ago, Belvidere and Oak Lawn

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Tornadoes Hit Illinois 50 Years ago, Belvidere and Oak Lawn

1967 was a tragic year in Illinois: Tornadoes Hit Illinois 50 Years ago, Belvidere and Oak Lawn Published in the SW Newspaper Group Feb. 9, 2017 By Ray Hanania This year is the Golden Anniversary of one of the most tragic years in the lives of many Baby Boomers who still remember that far back…

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Podcast: Power of Hollywood movies & Palestine Conflict

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Podcast: Power of Hollywood movies & Palestine Conflict

The Power of Hollywood Movies in the Palestine & Middle East conflicts Ray Hanania’s podcast is an audio version of his column published  Jan. 26, 2017  in the Arab News in Saudi Arabia. It discusses the power of movies and how they can significantly alter, change and impact the beliefs of the American people. Why…

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Hanania on radio with Bruce DuMont, defending Trump

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Hanania on radio with Bruce DuMont, defending Trump

Ray Hanania on Radio with Bruce DuMont, Beyond the Beltway Jan. 29 Ray Hanania joins Bruce DuMont Sunday 6 to 8 pm CST with fellow guests Phil Beverly, Jahmal Cole, and Mike Miller The radio show is LIVE and can be heard on Sirius XM Satellite Radio (POTUS Channel 124) as well as affiliates from coast-to-coast….

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Arab Radio: Trump and the post Obama presidency

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Arab Radio: Trump and the post Obama presidency

Arab Radio: Trump and the post Obama presidency Arab Radio discussion of the impact of President Barack Obama and his legacy, and the reality of the presidency of Donald J. Trump on Arab Radio in Detroit on Friday Jan. 13, 2017 with host Ray Hanania and guests Sahar Khamis and David Alexander Bullock. They also discuss…

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Rebranding ourselves as “Arabs” in the new Trump era

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Rebranding ourselves as “Arabs” in the new Trump era

Rebranding ourselves as “Arabs” in the new Trump era Why Arabs need to reinforce their identification as “Arabs” rather than as Muslims in the new era of President Donald Trump. Branding ourselves as Arabs will also help us fight the religious extremists and counter the rising anti-Muslim fears in the West and in the United States …

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Why Donald Trump won the Nov. 8 election

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Why Donald Trump won the Nov. 8 election

Why Donald Trump won the Nov. 8 election Podcast & Column: Trump won by promising “change.” Trump won because he connected with mainstream American voters. Trump won because Americans are sick and tired of the racism and bigotry of the mainstream American news media. The more the media beat up on Trump, the more Trump’s…

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