The View From the Ethnic Press: Arab-Americans

Monday, August 25, 2008

Antoine Faisal, publisher of the newspaper Aramica and a reporter with with Feet in Two Worlds, a project of the Center for New York City Affairs at the New School, gives Arab-American perspectives on the presidential campaign and conventions.


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Comments [5]

Richard from Texas

I am a white American and I would fully support a black President if it was someone who had a clue. I.E., not Obama!

Aug. 30 2008 05:01 PM
chris o from new york city

White Americans will vote in part against Obama because his middle name is Hussein. They will also vote in part against him because he is black.

Aug. 25 2008 10:59 AM
megan from Montclair, NJ

Does Arab American include people of all religous beliefs?

i.e. is it only Muslims - or does it include Bahai, Christian Coptic, Jewish and Atheist/Agnostic Arab Americans?

Aug. 25 2008 10:57 AM
EM from nj

Brian: Where are you finding these guests? What's up - slim pickings because of all the hangovers from partying with corporate America last night?

Aug. 25 2008 10:56 AM
KB from Montclair, NJ

So Arab Americans will vote in part for Obama because his middle name is Hussein.

(I'm glad I'm not the one that said that.)

Aug. 25 2008 10:53 AM

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