Posts Tagged “Facebook”

Ruthless Thanksgiving this year with politics as side dish

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Ruthless Thanksgiving this year with politics as side dish

Ruthless Thanksgiving this year with politics as side dish Thanksgiving will be under more pressure this year in dining rooms across America if Facebook is any indicator of how Americans feel. The politics of the recent presidential election campaign between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will have an impact, according to recent polls. Here’s my…

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Profile: Yahala Voice Radio, bringing America’s Arabs together

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Profile: Yahala Voice Radio, bringing America’s Arabs together

Profile: Yahala Voice Radio, bringing America’s Arabs together By Ray Hanania There have been many efforts to launch a successful radio program for the Arab community but none has been as successful as Yahala Voice, a new radio station that is broadcast internationally online 24 hours each day and also on local Chicago radio on…

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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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Baby Boomers: Falling asleep anywhere we can

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Baby Boomers: Falling asleep anywhere we can By Ray Hanania Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine were doing an interview with A FOX TV affiliate in Tacoma promoting their new movie “Now You See Me.” During the interview, as you’ve probably already heard, Freeman appears to nod off as Caine is responding to questions from the…

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Baby Boomers: Red, White and Black, Heart

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Baby Boomers: Red, White and Black, Heart By Ray Hanania They’re not colors that automatically come to mind when you are an American. They sound similar, something that becomes more and more important as Baby Boomers age, and seek healthcare. Red is the first wired button that snaps in place under the left breast. White…

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Baby Boomers: Apple MAC owners are a little stranger

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Baby Boomers: Apple MAC owners are a little stranger

When my dad bought a new phone in the early 1960s, he didn’t go all ga-ga over it. It was sleek. Beige in Color. It was aerodynamic — I’m not sure why anyone wanted an aerodynamic phone back in the 1960s, but it was. It has a curled cord that matched the phone and it…

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Yalla Peace: The Hallucination of Peace

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Yalla Peace: The Hallucination of Peace

Yalla Peace: Hallucination of peace By RAY HANANIA — 02/01/2012 JERUSALEM POST It’s easier to argue incessantly than it is to overcome our emotions and make compromises for peace. Two of my “friends” on Facebook started going at it, as Facebook people often do, over my recent column analyzing the failure of Palestinian activists to achieve…

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HANANIA: Facebook caves into political pressure on Israel-Palestine dispute, For Immediate Release, March 17, 2008

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Facebook caves in to pressure and threats By Ray Hanania — Boy. That didn’t take long for Facebook to cave in to extremist pro-Israel pressure. The ink wasn’t dry on yesterday’s column in which I applauded Facebook for doing the right thing. Doing the right thing is so rare in today’s world of lying, deception…

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