Gaza Doctor Finally Gets Court Date for the Death of his Daughters

Posted by Rawan Elbaba on March 03, 2017 in Blog

“I was talking to my children and they bombed us,” said a crying and distraught Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish on the night his daughters were killed. The “Gaza Doctor” was on the phone with an Israeli journalist when the Israeli Army struck his family home.  On January 16, 2009, Bessan (21), Mayar (15), Aya (13), and their cousin Noor (17) were killed during an Israeli attack on their home in Jabaliya refugee camp in Gaza. Their father, Dr. Abuelaish, had already been well known to Palestinians and Israelis alike for devoting his life...

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Washington Watch: Trump/Netanyahu Meet: an Exercise in Fawning, Fantasy, and Anti-Palestinian Incitement

Posted on February 18, 2017 in Washington Watch

by James J. Zogby Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's meeting with US President Donald Trump was overshadowed by dramatic and unsettling events that preceded and followed their perfectly bizarre press conference.   The week began with the forced resignation of White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and revelations of extensive communications between Trump campaign aides and Russian intelligence—revealing a White House in disarray, operating under a dark cloud of suspicion. The day after the Trump/Netanyahu joint press event was dominated by reactions to Trump's solo press conference—an unprecedented incoherent and, at times, paranoid affair that left...

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Arab Americans lead intersectional protest against bigoted polices of Trump & Netanyahu

Posted by Guest on February 17, 2017 in Blog

By Raneem Alkhatib Arab Americans, joined by justice and faith groups, gave Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a raucous welcome, hours after his press conference at the White House, on February 15. Around 200 people braved the cold to stand against the bigoted policies of PM Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump. AAI, along with the U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights; Palestine Legal; American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee; The Jerusalem Fund; ArabAmerica.com; the Network of Arab American Professionals, DC Chapter; American Federation of Ramallah Palestine; and the National...

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Arab Americans, Rights Groups Protest Bigoted Agendas of Trump & Netanyahu

Posted on February 14, 2017 in Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Feb 14, 2017        Contact: jsalan@aaiusa.org / 202-429-9210 Media Advisory   Arab Americans, Rights Groups Protest Bigoted Agendas of Trump & Netanyahu Community Stands for Equality, Justice, Immigrants, Refugees & Peace Washington, DC – On Wednesday, February 15, Arab Americans will be joined by a broad coalition of rights advocates to protest the xenophobic and bigoted agendas of President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The protest comes as the Israeli PM makes his first official visit to the White...

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Arab American Protest Against Bibi & Trump's Bigoted, Anti-Peace Agendas

Posted by Arab American Institute on February 08, 2017 in Blog
Arab American Protest Against Bibi & Trump's Bigoted, Anti-Peace Agendas
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The 115th Congress Wastes No Time Weighing in for Israel

Posted by Guest on February 06, 2017 in Blog

By Basseem Maleki The 115th United States Congress has only been in session for 35 days, yet it has already taken steps that could adversely affect U.S. policy towards Israelis and Palestinians.  On February 1, U.S. Representatives Ted Budd (R-NC) and Mark Sanford (R-SC) introduced H.R.789, “No Bonuses for Terrorists Act.” They argue the legislation would “cut off American aid to the Palestinian government until the Secretary of State has certified that the Palestinian Authority (P.A.) and the Palestinian Liberation Organization have stopped paying benefits to the families of terrorists…” This overlooks the...

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Learn How the #ArabAmerican Community Can Make a Difference!

Posted by Arab American Institute on January 20, 2017 in Blog

Download the Advocacy Road Map Here! The worsening trend of the U.S. government treating Arab Americans and American Muslims as communities solely defined by national security is a trend that stands  to accelerate under the incoming Trump administration. There is a way that the 3.7 million Arab Americans, 35% of whom are Muslim, can strategically fight back on key issues where national security drivers infringe on our civil rights: Surveillance.jpg

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AAI's Questions for Gov. Nikki Haley at Senate Confirmation Hearing

Posted by Arab American Institute on January 17, 2017 in Blog

  Nikki Haley will will appear before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday, January 18th at 10:00am. Watch online here

Nikki Haley has served as the Governor of South Carolina since 2011. Haley is the first female Governor of South Carolina and is the youngest current governor in the United States. She is the second Indian-American, after Bobby Jindal, to serve as a U.S. governor. Before she was elected Governor, Nikki Haley served in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 2005-2011. Haley was a successful businesswoman,...

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AAI's Questions for Rex Tillerson at Senate Confirmation Hearing

Posted by Kristin McCarthy on January 09, 2017 in Blog

Rex Tillerson will will appear before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday, January 11th at 9:00am. Watch online here Rex Tillerson has served 10 years as the CEO of ExxonMobil, the world's largest publicly traded international oil and gas company. During Tillerson’s tenure at Exxon he oversaw global operations and negotiated business deals with foreign governments and major international conglomerates.  The Secretary of State serves as the President's chief foreign affairs adviser and is responsible for strategically developing diplomatic...

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Postponed U.N. Vote on Israeli Settlements

Posted by Ali Albassam on December 22, 2016 in Blog

In an odd series of events, Egypt proposed a UN Security Council resolution that would demand an end to Israeli settlement building last night, then postponed the vote today. Whether postponed indefinitely or until an Arab League meeting is scheduled—both are circulating—the impact of the delayed vote is clear: more inaction. Instead of the vote at 3:00 today, there has been much discussion about the expectation that the U.S. was intending to abstain or possibly support rather than veto, which would have dramatically increased the odds of such a resolution passing. Formal public U.S....

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