Commentary by Mohamad Ozeir My name is Mohamad Ali Ozeir. My father’s name is Ali. My mother’s name is Khadija. My children’s names are Zena,…View More It’s Islamic Terrorism. So What?
by Susan Korah in Ottawa The spark of revolution that was ignited in Tunisia in January 2011 quickly spread to other Arab countries, but exploded…View More Learning from Tunisia’s Arab Spring Success
by Imad Al-Sukkari in Ottawa This year’s election campaign has been one of the longest in our country’s political history, characterized by the usual kinds…View More #Refugeecrisis Galvanizes Arab Community
By Jacky Habib in Toronto Arab media publications across Canada are providing extensive coverage of the Syrian crisis, often publishing editorials in support of the…View More Pulse: Arab Media Tack Conservative
by Hadani Ditmars (@HadaniDitmars) in Vancouver In this season of sad anniversaries, as the 12-year-old ghosts of the invasion of Iraq enjoy a violent adolescence,…View More Lamenting Yemen’s Destruction: A Cry for the Past
by Mourad Haroutunian (@MHaroutunianTO) in Toronto From the anti-terrorism bill, Charlie Hebdo and William Schabas’ resignation to Ontario’s new sex education curriculum, ethnic media covering…View More PULSE: Arab World – What You Didn’t Read in the Mainstream
by Mourad Haroutunian The following were the top stories in the Canadian-Arab media during October: Canadian Copts join forces to influence Canadian Members of Parliament…View More Pulse: Arab and Middle East
By Mourad Haroutunian for New Canadian Media The Canadian-Arab print and web media mostly earmarks less space to federal and provincial Canadian content and local…View More PULSE: Arab-Canadian media