Arab American Women find it very difficult at times to adjust to the cultural changes that are placed in their way when coming to America. A group was formed to better help these women adjust to the changes it is called Arab-American Women’s Council. According to them many Arab American women face depression from the […]Read more "Arab-American Women Adjusting to American Culture"
Ameen Rihani was a Lebansese Arab-American writer as well as a intellectual and political activist. He was also a large figure in the mahjar literary movement developed by Arab emigrants in North America. Growing up Ameen was the eldest son of six children born in Lebanon. When he was eleven he came to New York […]Read more "Ameen Rihani: Arab-American Author Honored"
On August 15 there was a kidnapping of a Turkish businessman by an armed local clan in retaliation for the abduction of kinsman Hassan Meqdad in Syria. The Meqdad clan also kidnapped over 20 Syrians, releasing some later in the month but keeping those it claimed were members of the Free Syrian Army. However, the […]Read more "Lebanon and Turkish Kidnappings"