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Forbidden to Wander (Mane’ Tajawwul) & Habibi, by Susan Youssef

Experiences of an Arab American woman who travels to the West Bank and Gaza to meet and realize her identity and love. A bright face, creative mind, and exceptional persistence culminate in Susan Youssef, director of “Forbidden to Wander”, and … Continue reading

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Waiting For Mercy: The Case against Mohammed Hossain and Yassin Aref

Waiting For Mercy, directed by Ellie Bernstein http://libweb.lib.buffalo.edu/emro/emroDetail.asp?Number=4119 This film deserves full consideration. Questions that arise include how much power government should have to determine which groups may be singled out for close scrutiny, and if arrest is made under what circumstances may … Continue reading

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Abraham’s Children by Nina Froriep

Abraham’s Children: A stark, direct, humorous and serious look at growing up Muslim in America.  Social concerns, the event of 9-11, war, and fear of the unknown have led many non-Muslims in America to focus on distinctions between Muslims and non-Muslims. … Continue reading

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