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Dr. Effarah's commentaries and opinions expressed in this collection of articles were publishes in Al-Arab newspaper in Los Angeles, CA, during the year 2001 through 2003. The writer interprets the three years of events and policies based on his fifty years of research and his experience while living in the Middle Eastern countries. Being an Arab-American born in Haifa, Palestine, and raised in Lebanon, Dr. Effarah attempts to create a voice for Arab Americans to stand up and be counted and act as an integral part of the American society. In his articles, Dr. Effarah keeps pressing for more …mehr

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Dr. Effarah's commentaries and opinions expressed in this collection of articles were publishes in Al-Arab newspaper in Los Angeles, CA, during the year 2001 through 2003. The writer interprets the three years of events and policies based on his fifty years of research and his experience while living in the Middle Eastern countries. Being an Arab-American born in Haifa, Palestine, and raised in Lebanon, Dr. Effarah attempts to create a voice for Arab Americans to stand up and be counted and act as an integral part of the American society. In his articles, Dr. Effarah keeps pressing for more Arab-American participation in the political process, for more transparency, and for creating an Arab American balanced policy to reach Americans and convince them that there are special interest groups and influential lobbyists' in Washington, D.C. who misinform media trying to spin around while holding to the fabricated Israeli's points of view. The articles represent a journal of recorded events on a weekly basis dealing with policies and events that took place by covering Arab Americans'' interpretations of the American leadership''s declared policies in the Middle East. The articles urge Arabs and Americans to start understanding each other through establishing a cultural dialogue; learning more about the Palestinian-Israeli conflicts; the mentality of major Israeli leaders'' personalities and characters; the American policy toward Iraq, Syria and Lebanon; Arab views toward Palestine, and the religious dialogue facing events in the Middle East, West and Central Asia. Dr. Effarah''s wonder when the U.S. Administration will seriously seek and work toward a just and lasting peace for the Israelis and the Palestinians instead of allowing them engage in hateful rhetoric?