Posts Tagged “religion”

Filmmakers of “Holy Air” discuss challenges facing Christian Arabs

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Filmmakers of “Holy Air” discuss challenges facing Christian Arabs

Filmmakers of “Holy Air” discuss challenges facing Christian Arabs Holy Air is a satirically sad and humorous look at Christian life in Israel. Movie review of “Holy Air” by writer and producer Shady Srour and Director Ilan Moskovitch. Arabic, English and Hebrew. Also a Podcast Interview with Srour and Moskovitch about the challenges of making…

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Christians face uncertain future under Israeli rule

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Christians suffering in their homelands By Ray Hanania — America is a Christian country yet this country doesn’t act like a Christian country. In fact, this Christian country acts like it is ashamed to be Christian. I’m not talking about the growing influence of non-Christians in America such as the Jewish and Muslim communities. I…

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Arabs, Muslims and Americans have too much in common

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Arabs, Muslims and Americans have too much in common By Ray Hanania — What message should the Arab and Muslim World get from the recent declaration by an obscure and angry Florida cleric who announced plans to burn a Quran (Koran), the Islamic Holy Book? That message is clear. The threat to burn the Islamic…

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HANANIA: Ashamed of American Christian abandonment of their faith, For Immediate Release, 12-24-07

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Ashamed of American Christian abandonment of their faithBy Ray Hanania — Does your mother have to be from Bethlehem before you can even bother to care for the fate of that holy city? My mother and her family are from Bethlehem. She was born down the street from the Holy Manger where Jesus was cradled…

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HANANIA: An Arab Christian perspective on Ramadan, For Immediate Release 9/14/07

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HANANIA: An Arab Christian perspective on Ramadan, For Immediate Release 9/14/07

A Christian Arab perspective on the Islamic observance of Ramadan By Ray Hanania — Christian Arabs in the Middle East are much like Jews in the West. When the official holidays roll around, we are both pretty much pushed off to the side and forced to sing along with everyone else.  Jews in America experience…

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