Posts Tagged “Jordan”

The Arab League needs to be reorganized

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The Arab League needs to be reorganized

The Arab League needs to be reorganized The Arab League needs to be reorganized putting an emphasis on moderation and public relations while targeting for expulsion the extremists in the Arab World. It’s the only way to counter Israel’s abusive political public relations campaigns to demonize the Palestinians, blame all Arabs for ISIS, and tighten…

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Mansaf, one of the most important Arab recipes

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Mansaf, one of the most important Arab recipes

Mansaf, one of the most important Arab recipes When you think of the romantic lifestyle of the Arab in the desert, you think of camels, black and white stallions, heavy black tents, flowing robes, and a silver platter of one of the Arab World’s favorite recipes, Mansaf (Mensif, Mensiff). This lamb and rice dish heaped…

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Moderate Arab nations must lead in the Trump era

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Moderate Arab nations must lead in the Trump era

Moderate Arab nations must lead in the Trump era From the Arab News Feb. 8, 2017 By Ray Hanania Assertions that US President Donald Trump is unfair to the needs of the Arab world are misleading and contradict facts, much like the claim that he “hates” Muslims. Trump’s efforts to crack down on Islamic extremists…

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Vice President Pence meets with Jordan’s King

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Vice President Pence meets with Jordan’s King

Vice President Pence meets with Jordan’s King Trump administration moves to reinforce ties with moderate Arab World leaders. Speaks with leaders of United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia the day before Vice President Michael Pence, representing President Donald Trump, held its first meeting on Monday Jan. 30, 2017 with His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan…

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Presidents Obama, Trump and the “complacency of hope”

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Presidents Obama, Trump and the “complacency of hope”

Presidents Obama, Trump and the “complacency of hope” Why change needs to be defined not by eloquent and inspiring promises, but by a new energy in the Arab World to define itself, defend itself and fight for its own justices. The Arab World can’t rely on American presidents, inspirational words or on foreign powers Published in the…

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رسالة مفتوحة إلى البابا من فلسطيني مسيحي

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رسالة مفتوحة إلى البابا من فلسطيني مسيحي

رسالة مفتوحة إلى البابا من فلسطيني مسيحي بقلم راي حنانيه Open Letter to Pope Francis from a Christian Palestinian Click here to read English Version عزيزي البابا فرنسيس. هل أكون صريحا؟ يعتبرك المسيحيون أحد أهم قادتهم المعترف بهم. لست الوحيد، بكل تأكيد، حيث أن المسيحيين منقسمون إلى أصناف تنقسم هي بدورها إلى مجموعات متعددة ومتناحرة….

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فشل العالم العربي في استخدام التواصل الاستراتيجي

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فشل العالم العربي في استخدام التواصل الاستراتيجي بقلم راي حنانيه Arab World failure to use strategic communications مباشرة  بعد الهجمات الارهابية في 11 أيلول/سبتمبر 2001، أطلقت الحكومة الأمريكية حملة اتصال استراتيجي لتغيير نظرة الشعوب العربية للأمريكيين. وكانت الحملة تتضمن إطلاق منابر إعلامية باللغة العربية تتوجه إلى العرب والمسلمين العاديين. ورغم استمرار العنف في الشرق الأوسط…

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Arab Spring brings uncertainty to Middle East Christians

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Chaldean Detroit Times: Arab Spring brings uncertainty to Middle East Christians By Ray Hanania For the Christians of the Arab World, change is not always good. The Arab Spring has brought much uncertainty for Christians living in the Arab World. Their challenges have been excluded from Arab Spring demands. Over the years, Christian Arabs, who…

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What I look for in a vacation

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What I look for in a vacation

What I look for in a vacation Ray Hanania, Punta Cana 2009 What I look for in a vacation and what you can expect from this blog. First and foremost, there are three types of vacations you will read about on this blog. The first is the travel tourist vacation where you I can explore…

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Israel is 65 and still doesn’t have peace

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Israel is 65 and still doesn’t have peace Ray Hanania Saudi Gazette Newspaper Sunday May 4, 2013 People come up to me and ask: “Are you angry Israel is celebrating it’s 65th anniversary as a country this year?” I always respond the same way, and say: “No, it doesn’t bother me at all.” That always…

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