Posts Tagged “Twitter”

Mainstream news media bias, Randa Jarrar and Barbara Bush

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Mainstream news media bias, Randa Jarrar and Barbara Bush

Mainstream news media bias, Randa Jarrar and Barbara Bush A tenured professor at California State University at Fresno has come under attack after she criticized the late First Lady Barbara Bush for her family’s racist assault against Palestinians and the Arab World. There is no doubt that the Bush family has represented more violence against…

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The sad politics of killing children

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The sad politics of killing children

The sad politics of killing children By Ray Hanania When the United States began condemning Russia for downing the Malaysian Airline and killing 298 civilians on June 17, the first argument they used was to highlight the fact that 80 children were among the dead. Samantha Powers, the American Ambassador to the United Nations, delivered…

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تضييقات انتخابية جديدة تستهدف أحزاب الأقليات الاسرائيلية

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تضييقات انتخابية جديدة تستهدف أحزاب الأقليات الاسرائيلية

تضييقات انتخابية جديدة تستهدف أحزاب الأقليات الاسرائيلية بقلم راي حنانيه Israel minorities targeted by new election restrictions سنّت إسرائيل خلال الأسبوع المنصرم قانونا آخر يهدف إلى المزيد من منع اليهود الأولترا أرثودوكس وغير اليهود من التمثيل في الكنيسيت أو البرلمان الاسرائيلي. وجاء رد فعل العرب كما هو متوقع منهم، بمنطق كل شيء أو لا شيء….

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Southwest Airlines Is Less Than Promised

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Southwest Airlines Is Less Than Promised

Southwest Airlines Is Less Than Promised By RAY HANANIA Southwest News-Herald Friday, December 06, 2013 Flying on an airplane used to be fun. But these days, it’s changed. And it’s not just because of Sept. 11. It has more to do with greed. Southwest Airlines is a good example. Cited 10 times by Fortune Magazine…

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ADC controversy has American Arab community on edge

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ADC controversy has American Arab community on edge

ADC controversy has American Arab community on edge Saudi Gazette, Sunday November 17, 2013 By RAY HANANIA Emotion often gets in the way of achievement in the American Arab community. You can’t seem to have a discussion without everyone screaming, yelling and calling you harsh names. It doesn’t matter whether the topic is Middle East…

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The American fixation with race and Arabs

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The American fixation with race and Arabs

The American fixation with race and Arabs Saudi Gazette, Sunday Nov. 10, 2013 By RAY HANANIA Last week, a terrorist pulled out an automatic weapon in the middle of Los Angeles International Airport and started shooting apparently targeting members of the airport’s security team working for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Days later, another killer…

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JFK: The Less I Remember Maybe I’m Better Off

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JFK: The Less I Remember Maybe I’m Better Off

The Less I Remember Maybe I’m Better Off By Ray Hanania Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday Nv. 8, 2013 Why is it that I remember exactly where I was 50 years ago when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, but I can’t remember what I did last week? Don’t tell me… it’s just age. I remember…

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What’s Peotone’s Impact On Midway Airport?

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What’s Peotone’s Impact On Midway Airport? By RAY HANANIA Southwest News-Herald Newspaper, Friday, October 25, 2013 We hear a lot about the third airport that everyone wants to build in the “South Suburbs.” But we don’t hear enough about Midway Airport. I have been a Southwest Sider almost all of my life, migrating with my…

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