The war in Yemen must end, as famine spreads

Yemen is on the verge of famine, according to media reports and humanitarian organizations.

Peres was a man of war

Shimon Peres has died.

The butcher of Qana, who introduced nuclear weapons to the Middle East, is being bewilderingly hailed as a man of peace by U.S. media and politicians.

Funding Israel does not help the U.S.-desired two-state solution

At his final U.N. General Assembly appearance, President Obama warned Israel that it cannot permanently occupy Palestinian land. He also urged Palestinians to recognize the legitimacy of Israel.

Dearborn Police moving in the right direction

Three Arab American cops and two ordinance officers, including a woman who wears the hijab, were sworn into the Dearborn Police Department last month. 

Fifteen years after 9/11, America fails to end terror

Fifteen years have passed since the planes hit the towers in New York. 

Beyond the immediate tragedy, the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 gave birth to the disastrous "war on terror." A decade and a half and multiple wars later, the world is a far more dangerous place.

At 32, we remain young and strong

The Arab American News was established 32 years ago. Osama Siblani founded the newspaper on Sept. 7, 1984, following the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon and after he witnessed the American mainstream media's atrocious pro-Israeli bias.

France's 'burkini' ban: Hypocrisy and racism

If you are a man in France, you can wear a wetsuit that covers your head and entire body. But a Muslim woman who chooses to wear a hijab at the beach will be ticketed and ordered to shed some clothing.

Sectarianism is a dangerous game

Arab American immigrants have crossed thousands of miles, leaving behind family histories that stretch back generations, in search of opportunities, peace and freedom here.




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