Assessing readiness for an uphill civil rights battle

It has been said that silence in the face of persecution is submission to it.

That has invariably held true among minorities throughout history. 

Congress sabotaging peace, U.S. foreign policy

Last Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly supported a proposal condemning a recent U.N. Security Council Resolution reprimanding Israel for its illegal settlement activities in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. 

U.S. spoiling of Israel is the real impediment to peace

Secretary of State John Kerry delivered a courageous and monumental address last Wednesday, poising "perpetual occupation" as an impediment to peace and the prosperity of a two-state peace deal.

Thank You and Happy Holidays!

As we wrap up our last edition for this year and send it to the press, we must thank our dedicated readers and supportive advertisers. We work passionately and to the best of our ability to gather these stories and present them to our readers.

Shed extremism, restore America to greatness

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." 

Build bridges, not walls

The Lebanese authorities are building a wall around the country's largest Palestinian refugee camp. The one square kilometer (.385 mile) Ain Al-Hilweh is home to more than 80,000 refugees. 

This Thanksgiving, let us unite around our shared values

As Americans gather around the table this Thanksgiving holiday to share a meal and be thankful for what they have, they won't just be discussing turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. 

The American spirit didn't die on Nov. 8

Arab and Muslim Americans have many good reasons to be fearful of the Trump presidency. Donald Trump made fear and xenophobia a central part of his campaign. This was a valid reason for Muslim and Arab Americans to be apprehensive of his victory.

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