لا تكون الديمقراطية كاملة أبدا بقلم راي حنانيه إن الإفراط لا يتوقف في حدود الكلمة في العالم العربي بل هي علامة متجذرة في ذهنية الانسان العربي. فالعرب يغذون “الافراط” عن طريق المشاعر، التي هي فياضة في العالم العربي أكثر من… Read More ›
Palestinian dissident Samer Issawi is imprisoned in an Israeli jail and has set a new record for a hunger strike exceeding 200 days, beyond what Gandhi set or the Irish prisoners of British brutality. Yet the mainstream and Israeli media is ignoring his plight. When it comes to civil rights, Israel’s abuses are often ignored by the press.
Arab journalists suffer oppression because Arab Journalism groups fail to work together By Ray Hanania – Jared Malsin, an English editor at the Maan News Agency in Bethlehem, was arrested and jailed by Israeli border police this week for the… Read More ›
Free Speech in the Arab World and in America, restrictions on both By Ray Hanania — There is really no such thing as “free speech” in either the Arab World where tyrants handpicked by the Western powers openly oppress their… Read More ›
War on Errorism, Nov. 18, 2007. The hypocrisy of the American mainstream news media. Some kinds of racism and bigotry are bad. And some forms of racism are just another form of Americanism. When Don Imus slanders African Americans, it’s… Read More ›
Arabs, Muslims and minorities hear different message from Ahmadinejad By Ray Hanania — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to the United Nations stirred a chorus of criticism from mainstream American leaders and activists. But Arabs and Muslims listened with receptive… Read More ›
(Click to view full size) War on Errorism: The Politics of Free Speech, 9-24-07. By Ray Hanania. For more political cartoons, visit http://www.hanania.com/cartoons/cartoons.htm.
Time to expel United Nations to a nation that is freeBy Ray Hanania — You do not have to agree with Iranian President Ahmadinejad to criticize President Bush for his hypocritical comments and the restrictive political policies he encourages that… Read More ›
“Arab-aware” in mainstream America By Saffiya Shillo — We are living in an Arab-aware time. Never before have “Arabs” sustained such an enduring and glaring spotlight. When I use the term Arab, I am interpreting it through usage offered by… Read More ›