Tag: Palestine


I urge our leaders to look in the mirror and ask themselves: What have we done to encourage real dialogue with those (otherwise non-violent) parties with whom we vigorously disagree? When we won’t even talk to Jews who take the Palestinian side how are we going to talk to actual Palestinians?

EXCLUSIVE: Photo Archive of Colonial Massacres to Palestinians from 1921 to 1938

أرشيف صور لفظائع الاستعمار الانجليزي والصهيوني في فلسطين من عام 1921 إلى 1938م

Arab Identity Eps 7 – Background to Zionism with Prof. Ronald Stockton [podcast/video]

Arab American Center for Culture and Arts invite you to the 7th episode of Arab Identity with host, Mr. Wissam Charafeddine, who will be discussing with Professor Ronald Stockton, the professor of political science at University of Michigan - Dearborn, Background to the Zionist Movement, on Tuesday April 20, 2021 at 7PM EST. For all the episodes of Arab Identity in arabic and english, visit: dearbornblog.com/tags/arab-identity

المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن – إسماعيل نور يقرأ الشاعر العربي عبد الكريم الكرمي

المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن - إسماعيل نور يقرأ الشاعر العربي عبد الكريم الكرمي

Don’t Miss History: Rashid Khalidi in Dearborn Speaking About The 100 Years War On Palestine

Rashid Khalidi, the renowned Arab American Scholar, and the person who occupies Edward Said's chair currently in Columbia University, will be visiting Dearborn on February 26, 2020 hosted by AlNadwa Free Thinking Society.  AlNadwa is hosting a lecture titled The Hundred Years' War On Palestine at the Arab American National Museum Auditorium at 6:30PM. Event ...

Dearborn Open Mic – Trans Revolution -Syria in the Hearts of the Diaspora by Prof. Hani Bawardi

Hani Bawardi is Associate Professor of History in the Department of Social Sciences, and principal member of the Center of Arab American Studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He is the author of The Making of Arab Americans: From Syrian Nationalism to U.S. Citizenship. Bawardi has amassed a sizable private collection of manuscripts, and established ...

Amer Zahr: Merry Palestinian Christmas


The Interminable Palestinian Uprising by Barbara Nimri Aziz

Jan 5/18 by Barbara Nimri Aziz “Naila and the Uprising” is a new film about Palestine—an old story with a new edition. An almost exclusively women’s production “Naila” effectively employs evocative animation alongside compelling personal testimonials of Palestinian resistance 30 years ago. The “Great March of Return” which the world just experienced-- immobilized and shamed ...

“Their Flags Are Everywhere” by Amer Zahr in Dearborn Open Mic

Part 1:       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w89k6AyKnBM   Part 2:         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2y2n3HFPw4&t=1s   Part 3:       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3W-CwVZ1Syg   Part 4:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5-x-yMRYtA&t=1s  

Nabil Hammoud Recites for Jerusalem in Dearborn Open Mic


Aseel Srour Recites “ID Card” Poem by Mahmoud Darwish in Dearborn Open Mic

Aseel Srour recites in the Dearborn Open Mic the famous poem by Mahmoud Darwish titled "Bitaqit Haweyati" (ID Card), and sometimes called "Sajjil Ana Arabi" (Record: I am Arabic).

Amer Zahr … Activism Through Comedy and Writing

Amer Zahr is an Arab-American of Palestinian descendant. He is known for his stand-up comedian, writer, filmmaker, producer, adjunct law professor at the University of Detroit Mercy, and former lawyer. He was born in Jordan to refugee parents of Palestinian heritage originally from Nazareth and then moved to the United States when he was three ...

Why I Don’t Support Gal Gadot

I know what you're thinking-oh!  just another angry Palestinian bitter that and Israeli woman, Gal Gadot, was casted to play Wonder Woman. But it's actually not that simple. No, I'm not anti Semitic for not support Gal Gadot, because being anti Semitic would be going against myself. In case you weren't aware, being Semitic relates ...