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Queens of Syria Posted by on Jul 24, 2016

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This week, I have been privileged to watch Queens of Syria! The Queens of Syria are 13 refugee women in Jordan who started to work on this performance together with a group of British and Syrian theater producers in Amman starting 2013. Like all the audiences, I felt that the performance was moving and powerful!…

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The Most Populated Cities in the Arab World Posted by on Jul 23, 2016

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Marhaba! Can you imagine that about 8 billion people live on Earth? Think about it for a moment. It’s quite a number! However, new humans make it to our world and others leave to another place. Speaking of numbers and human beings, my post today is about the most populated Arab cities. If you follow…

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Sing with Ziad Rahbani: Without Anything Else, I Love You Posted by on Jul 19, 2016

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Marhaba! In the past I have introduced you all to one my favorite musicians and artists, the one and only Ziad Rahbani. If you remember correctly, Ziad is the son of Fairouz! He is a musical genius and today I am sharing one my favorite songs by Ziad. It’s called Bala Wala Shi (بلا ولا…

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The Failed Coup in Turkey (2) Posted by on Jul 17, 2016

Taksim Square in Turkey
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Marhaba! I am confident you found the reading comprehension exercise on the failed coup in Turkey interesting and useful. I am following the unfolding developments very closely in the hopes that things will stabilize and become better pretty soon. Today, I am sharing the answers to the previous questions in the reading comprehension post. I…

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The Failed Coup in Turkey Posted by on Jul 16, 2016

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Marhaba! If you are following the latest and most breaking news, you would immediately know that a coup was underway in Turkey yesterday. While most news outlets are claiming that the government has restored order and thus pushed back those attempting to stage the coup, the outcome of this momentous development is still unfolding. Given…

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