Posts Tagged “Israeli”

A tribute to my friend David J. Steiner

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A tribute to my friend David J. Steiner

A tribute to my friend David J. Steiner Many people do not know someone like David Steiner, who spent much of his life as an activist for peace. A Jew, Steiner reached out to Palestinians and Arabs to build bonds that would help overcome the divide that angrily keeps the two peoples apart Published in the…

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Profile: Hanania argues American Arabs need more networking and greater involvement in local society

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Profile: Hanania argues American Arabs need more networking and greater involvement in local society

Profile: Hanania argues American Arabs need more networking and greater involvement in local society By Thabet al-Arabi Special to The Arab Daily News Ray Hanania is a name that resonates across the American Arab community. He was one of the first in the community to jump in the deep waters of professional journalism and communications,…

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Palestinian & Israeli Comedians battle on Tel Aviv stage

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Palestinian and Israeli Comedians scuffle on Tel Aviv comedy stage, 2007 [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbvNQd8kHXM&w=420&h=315] Ray Hanania, Yisrael Campbell, Aaron Freeman and Charley Warady with the former Israeli-Palestinian Comedy Tour.

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Ray Hanania’s Standup Comedy Sampler Video; A Palestinian-Jewish Marriage, 2008

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Ray Hanania’s Standup Comedy Sampler (Video) A Palestinian-Jewish Marriage 2008 [vimeo 29186582 w=500 h=375] Ray Hanania Arab-Israeli-Jewish Comedy Show 2008 from Ray Hanania on Vimeo.

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يوجد مستقبل للفلسطينيين والإسر ائيليين

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يوجد  مستقبل  للفلسطينيين  والإسر ائيليين

يوجد مستقبل للفلسطينيين والإسرائيليين (There is a future for Palestinians and Israelis) بقلم راي حنانيه لقد جاء الصعود المفاجئ لحزب “يوجد مستقبل” بقيادة يائير لابيد الذي استقطب حركة السلام النائمة وحقق فوزا سياسيا كبيرا في الانتخابات الإسرائيلية، جاء ليذكّر الجميع أن الأمل لا يموت أبدا، بل ينام فقط. خلال السنوات السبعة عشرة الماضية، أي منذ…

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Hatikva protests may lead to civil rights movement

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Hatikva protests may lead to civil rights movement By Ray Hanania — Saudi Gazette Newspaper The decision by a group of Israeli Palestinian graduates at Hebrew University not to sing Hatikva, the Israeli national anthem, could be the beginning of an Israeli civil rights movement. To Israel’s growing far right movement, not respecting Hatikva is…

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Yalla Peace: Put the civility back into civil rights

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Yalla Peace: Put the civility back into civil rights By Ray Hanania 04/17/2012 JERUSALEM POST — The goal is peace; you achieve peace by embracing one consistent policy of human rights, law, ethics, morality and principle. Photo: Reuters Pro-Palestinian activists organized a “Welcome to Palestine” protest to put a spotlight on what they charge are Israeli…

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Yalla Peace: The Peter (Beinart) principle

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Yalla Peace: The Peter (Beinart) principle By RAY HANANIA03/27/2012 JERUSALEM POST I totally support boycotting any products that originate from any of Israel’s settlements. That doesn’t make me anti-Jewish or anti- Israeli. It makes me pro-peace. Until there is a two-state agreement, the settlements are an obstacle to peace as surely as is violence. Pro-Israel…

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Cindy McCain says she doesn’t care about dead US sailors

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Cindy McCain says she doesn’t care about dead US sailors By Ray Hanania — Cindy McCain, the wife of Arizona Senator John McCain, probably didn’t know what she was getting into when she set up a “Fan Page” for herself on Facebook. McCain suddenly noticed that several people who visited her page complained that her…

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Yalla Peace: Maybe Palestinians, Israelis need a break from each other

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Maybe Palestinians, Israelis need a break from each other By RAY HANANIA03/20/2012 23:34 Yalla Peace: The anti-normalization movement is really a movement of hatred that actively seeks negative contact. Wouldn’t it be nice if Palestinians and Israelis didn’t have to deal with each other anymore? At least for maybe the next decade? The idea would…

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