Posts Tagged “conflict”

Ghassan Khatib joins The Arab Street Radio on future of Israel-Palestine peace

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Ghassan Khatib joins The Arab Street Radio on future of Israel-Palestine peace

Ghassan Khatib joins The Arab Street Radio on future of Israel-Palestine peace Former Palestinian official and now Birzeit University professor Ghassan Khatib guests on The Arab Street Arab radio show with host Ray Hanania. The Arab Street Radio show is broadcast live in Detroit on WNZK AM 690 Radio on the 2nd Friday of each…

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War between extremists and moderates spills over onto ADC

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War between extremists and moderates spills over onto ADC

War between extremists and moderates spills over onto ADC Saudi Gazette Newspaper Sunday, June 09, 2013  By Ray Hanania Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian American elected to the Michigan Legislature, sent an explosive letter on May 31 to the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), the nation’s premier Arab civil rights group, that accused its Michigan Director, Imad…

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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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HANANIA: Muslim-Catholic rivalry mixes Apples and Oranges, For Immediate Release, April 1, 2008

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Muslim-Catholic rivalry mixes Apples and Oranges By Ray Hanania — When it comes to Muslims and Catholics, you might wonder which is the Apple and which is the Orange. No matter how you address the issue of the number of Catholics versus the number of Muslims in the world, someone will always complain. But the…

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