on December 13, 2012
For Immediate Release Contact: Omar Tewfik (202) 652-4988
New Poll: What Palestinians and Israelis Really Think about Prospects for PeaceAAI to release the findings of a new survey on December 19th at the New America Foundation
During the month of September 2012, Zogby Research Services conducted a comprehensive, unprecedented survey of Israeli Jews and Arabs; Palestinians in the West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem; Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan; and the American Jewish community. The survey was conducted for the Sir Bani Yas Forum, a joint effort between the UAE and Chatham House.
The polling, which establishes opportunities and...
on October 19, 2012
Friday October 19, 2012For Immediate Release Contact Omar Tewfik(202) 652-4988Thousands of Syrian Nationals Apply for Temporary Protected Status
October 19, 2012 - As of October 13, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has received 2,614 applications for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) from Syrian nationals in the U.S. On March 29, 2012 Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano approved the status for Syrian Nationals already residing within the U.S. In the registration period that lasted from March 29, 2012 to September 25, 2012, USCIS has so far granted 273, only denying five applicants.
On December 19, 2011, AAI...
on September 24, 2012
For Immediate Release Contact Omar Tewfik(202) 652-4988 September 24, 2012
Arab American Institute to Release Survey on Arab American Vote in 2012
Washington, DC – On Thursday, September 27 2012, AAI will release the findings of its recently conducted poll on the Arab American vote, a key constituency in important swing states in this election. AAI will also make available data from similar surveys conducted over the past decade on the Arab American vote.
Dr. James Zogby said:
“A significant number of Arab American votes are up for grabs in this election. As our data going back to...
on September 20, 2012
For Immediate Release Contact Omar Tewfik (202) 652-4988 September 20, 2012
Poll: How Arab Americans Will Vote in November Ahead of the 2012 November elections, the Arab American Institute will hold a press briefing to release the results of its latest poll on the Arab American vote in 2012
Washington, DC – On Thursday, September 27, AAI will release the findings of a poll conducted in September of 2012 on the Arab American vote. AAI is releasing the results of the poll in addition to the results of similar surveys conducted over the past decade on the Arab American vote....
on September 04, 2012
For Immediate Release Contact Omar Tewfik Cell: (202) 494-2942 September 4, 2012
AAI Co-Hosts DNC Policy Forum on Middle East Peace with J Street
Ahead of the forum, AAI will release the results of its latest poll on U.S. attitudes toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
CHARLOTTE, NC - The Arab American Institute (AAI) will co-host a policy forum today, September 4 at 1:30pm with J Street entitled Israeli-Palestinian Peace: A U.S. Policy Imperative. AAI will also release the data of its latest poll on U.S. attitudes toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict prior to the forum at 1:00pm. The forum will address the latest political developments...
on September 03, 2012
Arab Americans at the DNC: A Community's Political 'Coming of Age' Charlotte, NC - Some 55 Arab American committee members and delegates representing 21 states will join their fellow party members this week at the Democratic National Convention. The number of Arab Americans representing their states at the DNC supersedes any other year. A record nine Arab Americans delegates representing Michigan, an important battleground state where the Arab American population in key districts is likely to have an effect on whether or not the state will go to President Obama or Governor Mitt Romney. For the Arab American community,...
on August 21, 2012
For Immediate Release Contact Omar Tewfik (202) 652-4988 August 21, 2012
The American Divide: How We View Arabs and MuslimsPolling data highlights how anti-Muslim and anti-Arab political rhetoric over the past two years has influenced American public opinion
The Arab American Institute will release the results of a poll conducted this summer on American attitudes toward Arabs and Muslims on Thursday, August 23, 2012. AAI will release the results of the poll at a press briefing hosted by AAI president Dr. Jim Zogby.
Of the findings, AAI President James Zogby stated:
“The numbers from our latest poll highlight that...
on August 17, 2012
For Immediate Release Contact Omar Tewfik (202) 652-4988 August 17, 2012
The American Divide: How We View Arabs, Muslims and the Middle East Conflict
Arab American Institute to Release U.S. Public Opinion Data Ahead of Republican and Democratic National Conventions
Over the summer of 2012, the Arab American Institute conducted a poll: The American Divide: How We View Arabs, Muslims and the Middle East Conflict. AAI will release the results of the poll next week at a press briefing hosted by AAI president Dr. Jim Zogby. The poll will be released in conjunction with more than a decade’s-worth of polling...
on August 07, 2012
For Immediate Release Contact Omar Tewfik (202) 652-4988 August 7, 2012
U.S. Muslim, Christian Leaders Issue Statement Urging Writers of The New Egyptian Constitution to Support Equal Rights for all Citizens
Today the Arab American Institute (AAI) releases a statement co-endorsed by leaders of the American Muslim and Coptic Christian communities. The statement, organized by AAI, is supported by Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV), longest serving Arab American member of Congress and Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the first American Muslim member of Congress. What prompted the statement was the group’s concern with the drafting of the new Egyptian Constitution. "Just...
on June 06, 2012
For Immediate Release
Win Energizes Ethnic Constituency for November 2012
Arab Americans turned out in historically high numbers for yesterday’s New Jersey primary contest between Democrats Bill Pascrell and Steve Rothman in the newly-drawn 9th congressional district. Arab American voters rallied overwhelming support for Pascrell, a member of Congress who has had a long history of engagement with the community during his 16-year tenure in Congress. Pascrell’s solid victory over Rothman netted him 61% of the vote (30,227 to 19,118) and produced a win contrary to polling that indicated the race was too close to call.