Posts Tagged “Arabs of Chicagoland”

Arabs of Chicagoland: Chicago’s Southwest Suburbs Tour

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Arabs of Chicagoland: Chicago’s Southwest Suburbs Tour

Arabs of Chicagoland: Chicago’s Southwest Suburbs Tour By Ray Hanania Tours may vary but will include a stop at a Mosque, an Arab Church and a luncheon for Middle Eastern food. The following is the tour given for the City of Chicago program: CHRISTIAN ARABS IN SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN PALOS HEIGHTS, OAK LAWN & ORLAND PARK Although…

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Introduction overview of Arabs of Chicagoland tour

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Introduction overview of Arabs of Chicagoland tour

Introduction overview of Arabs of Chicagoland tour This was the outline of the tour that was conducted in Chicago from 1997 through 2004 THERE ARE TWO TOURS The first is of Little Arabia in Chicago (Lawrence and Kedzie) The second is of Little Arabia in Chicago’s Southwest Suburbs (As a note: Most Arabs today live…

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Images of Chicago’s Arab American Buildings

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Images of Chicago’s Arab American Buildings

Images of Chicago’s Arab American Buildings A History of Arabs in Chicago July 1977 By Ray Hanania In May 1976, I was the publisher and main writer of a small English language newspaper called The Middle Eastern Voice newspaper. The newspaper was the first English language publication to focus on Chicago’s Arab American community and…

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First Arab Church opens in Southwest Chicago suburbs

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First Arab Church opens in Southwest Chicago suburbs

First Arab Church opens in Southwest Chicago suburbs By Ray Hanania Oct. 10, 2005 Although most Americans believe the myth that all Arabs are Muslims, statistics show that the majority of Arabs in Chicagoland are Christian. There are several Arab Christian Churches in the Chicago area, but the first one to serve the huge Christian…

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