Arab American chef Denise Hazime discusses growing business, first cookbookDEARBORN - It’s been eight years since Denise Hazime moved to California and turned her cooking hobby into a thriving internet-based business that now draws thousands of daily visitors to her website.
- Local Muslims, scholars weigh in on shaking hands with the opposite sex
- Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson condemns attack on Steven Utash
Iraq shuts down infamous Abu Ghraib prisonBAGHDAD — Iraq has closed Abu Ghraib prison, which was made infamous by Saddam Hussein's regime and U.S. occupation forces, due to security concerns following a mass breakout last year, the justice ministry said Tuesday, April 14.
- U.S., Saudi drifting apart despite Obama’s visit
- Fatwas: New way to attack Iraqi secularists ahead of elections
Muslim 'Happy' YouTube video goes viral, spawns negative reactionsPharrell's "Happy" is currently the number one song in the country. Its video - featuring a bunch of happy people dancing and clapping in different locations around LA - is really easy to copy, so there are loads of tributes and parodies on YouTube.
- Criminal Court a U.S.-Israeli “red line” for Palestinians
- UWindsor students put controversial Israel boycott on the back burner
- Russia stands strong against U.S. sanctions; places entry ban on American lawmakers and officals
- Israel and Saudi Arabia’s priorities in Syria
- World powers and Iran make 'good start' towards nuclear accord
- Will Tunisia be a model for political reform in the Arab world?
- UN, Syrian government reach agreement over besieged Homs
NYPD ends Muslim surveillance programNEW YORK — A special New York Police Department unit that sparked controversy by tracking the daily lives of Muslims in an effort to detect terror threats has been disbanded, police officials said Tuesday, April 15.
- Dutch girl arrested after tweeting terror threat to American Airlines
- Utah woman charged for killing six infants
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano to announce re-election campaignDETROIT—On Monday, April 21 Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano will announce plans to run for reelection at the IBEW Local 58 located at 1358 Abbott in Detroit. The event kicks off at 5 p.m.
- Palestinian American activist Yusif Barakat seeks U.S. Senate seat
- Debbie Dingell holds fundraiser in Dearborn, vows to promote diversity
- Julie Plawecki runs for state representative in Michigan’s 11th House District
- Tony Guerriero announces candidacy for Dearborn 19th District Court Judge
- State Representatives back young activist Rashid Baydoun’s bid for public office
- Warren resident Nick Hawatmeh runs for state representative
- Community holds fundraiser for Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Juliette Kayyem
Are Chaldeans Arabs too? I hope so!Before I moved to Ann Arbor in 1995, I had never met a Chaldean. Ok, in truth, I had never heard of a Chaldean. But as a freshman at the University of Michigan, and in no small part due to my curiosity and blind (and sometimes misguided) love for my fellow Arabs, I came to meet many Chaldeans, and some have remained friends of mine since then.
- ACCESS’ honoring of LaHood was a bad choice
- Easter and America's hope
- Irresponsible Free Press coverage misleads readers and misrepresent community
- Guilty until proven innocent
- Free Press article misleads public; smears Dearborn Muslims
- President Obama misses opportunity in Saudi Arabia
- The Fort Hood shooting should be analyzed within the larger context of U.S. militarism
AASA holds conference at the Arab American National MuseumDEARBORN — The Arab American Studies Association (AASA) held its inaugural triennial conference at the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn last weekend, April 4-6.
- ABC Family Pulls Plug On 'Alice In Arabia' Pilot
- Several Arab countries ban Hollywood movie "Noah"
- HFCC aims to establish art history study abroad program by offering trip to Morocco
- Katy Perry's Egyptian themed music video angers Muslims, responds by removing 'Allah' symbol
- "Karama Has No Walls" offers powerful and touching glimpse into Yemen’s Friday of Dignity
- "The Square": The revolution's idealism attacked with bullets and politics
- “Omar” depicts a harsh, but accurate reality of Palestine
Dearborn police seek help identifying bank robberDEARBORN— Dearborn Police are requesting the assistance of the community in locating the suspect involved in a bank robbery that occurred on April 9, 2014 at 2:25 pm, at the Charter One Bank located at 15904 Michigan Ave.
- Detroit residents charged with breaking and entering in Dearborn
- Funeral of murdered store owner held Wednesday in Southfield
- Assistant principal charged with felony home invasion; facing counts of stalking and domestic violence
- Multiple home invasion suspect arrested
- Twenty-four year old Dearborn resident, Shaker Hassoon charged with multiple crimes
- Schuette announces felony charges against Dearborn residents in illegal sports betting ring
- Dearborn Police warn residents about IRS scam
Suicide: The warning signsSuicide has been recently described as an "epidemic." But what goes on in the mind of a person in the time leading up to his suicide attempt often sounds similar to this:
- The Five reasons people attempt suicide
- Four things that may help you maintain digestive balance