The right to bear arms should not impede others' right to live in peace

On Sunday, February 19, five armed demonstrators were spotted walking down Schaefer Road towards Warren Ave. in Dearborn's heavily populated Arab and Muslim part of the city, allegedly in support of open carry gun laws. 

ADC-MI in transition, new director to be named

DEARBORN — The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) was established in 1980 by former Senator James George Abourezk (D-SD) in response to the growing tide of anti-Arab rhetoric in the United States. 

Open carry and intimitation put police, community on edge

DEARBORN — On Sunday, February 19, a group of five armed individuals were spotted marching along Warren Avenue on Dearborn's east side. 

The open carry advocates walked down Schaefer towards Warren during peak business hours that morning. 

Arab, Muslim and minority advocacy group debuts

DEARBORN — Last week, former ADC-MI Director Fatina Abdrabboh announced that she will be assuming a new position as the executive director of the American-Muslim and Minority Advocacy League (AMAL). 

O'Reilly: Crime rates down, home values up and businesses being courted

DEARBORN —Mayor Jack O'Reilly delivered his annual state of the city address through a five-part daily video series, Feb. 12-16, that discussed the successes and development of some of Dearborn's major components — the fire department, police department, economic development, neighborhoods and his vision for Dearborn's future.

Lebanese American illustrator merges graphic design and comics

DEARBORN — On Saturday, Feb. 25, Lebanese American graphic designer and illustrator Aya Krisht will deliver a talk called "Design in Comics" from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Arab American National Museum, where she works as the media designer. 

Three mayoral candidates throw their hats in the ring

DEARBORN -- The general election is not for several months, but a handful of residents have already announced their candidacy to become the next mayor of Dearborn.

Women in sports ad strikes nerve in Arab world

An online commercial released by Nike (NKE.N) this week that showed Arab women fencing, boxing and spinning on ice-skates has stirred controversy over its attempt to smash stereotypes about women leading home-bound lives in the conservative region.

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