HOW THE MUSLIM BAN IS GOING TO AFFECT MY GASTRONOMICAL LIFE

 

By

Ahmed Tharwat

Donald Trump our new Czar, the political ISIS of American politics, the one who beheaded more than a dozen career politicians on national TV during GOP debates. In his crusade against Muslims and Islam, the leader of the civilized world, replacing the leader of the free world, called for “a complete and total shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.”
As he is now running the country, he came up with an unhinged, uncooked Executive Order to ban people from seven countries with a majority Muslim population. Watching Donald Trump vilifying our community is heartbreaking and unsettling for millions of Muslims. His erratic orders have caused huge chaos and disruption to thousands of families in our communities, but how though will this Muslim ban affect my gastronomy in America?!
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A Muslim American Reacts to Trump’s Islamophobia !!… You cant scare us!!

My Interview with Lila Eltawely an Egyptian American Activist who is working on bringing her community to the forefront of political activism…
“I don’t consider myself an immigrant, Im as an American as everyone else”Lila Eltawely

 

 

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Protestors delivering a Valentin’s Card to Rep. Erik Paulsen’s Office

 

 

On Valentine’s Day, a call to Rep. Paulsen to Make a Date! Hold a Town Hall Meeting with Constituents!

WHERE: REP. ERIK PAULSEN’S DISTRICT OFFICE (IN EDEN PRAIRIE)
WHEN: TOMORROW, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 9:00 AM
WHAT:
Rally to Tell Congress: Let’s Make a Date! Hold a Town Hall Meeting with Constituents!

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A call on Rep. Erik Paulsen to host in-person town hall meetings


The protest was organized by Indivisible CD3, the local incarnation of a group that bills itself on its website as “former congressional staffers [revealing] best practices for making Congress listen.” The aim of Saturday’s event, according to organizers, was to call attention to the group’s petition, which calls on Paulsen to hold quarterly, in-person town hall meetings with his
constituents.

“He is the lever that we have to exert any influence in Washington, so he needs to hear our voices,” said Jena Martin, co-chair of Indivisible CD3. “That’s the primary goal of our group, to reach him to represent us.”

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My Conversation with Lebanese Filmmaker Mae Abdel Sater

 

 

 

Mae Abdel Sater BIO, Im a Beirut based Visual artist and Documentary maker.
I have a bachelor in Theatrical Cinematographic and Audiovisual Studies, from Saint Joseph University of Beirut.
I manifest “Beirut” and its hidden testimonies as the main inspiration to my canvas.
“Milk Tea” is my first official documentary, where i take you on a nostalgic journey down Beirut’s memory lane though a political artistic lens.
This documentary pays tribute to Beirut’s reminiscence. By taking a trip down
my family’s memory, guided by my father, who has always been the eyes I
see this city with. My story narrates the tales of three generations;
immigration to Brazil, the bitterness of the civil war and nowadays. These are
the stories that embroidered my memory of Beirut.
Milk Tea has won “Best Lebanese Short Film” award, In Lebanon’s International Short films festival, December 2016.
It has been screened 3 times in Beirut, twice in Denmark and it had one very special screening in Cairo last January.
I’m preparing a new documentary in Egypt, i’m still in the research phase. Egypt is such an inspiring place for filmmakers, its so rich and diverse, and this is why i keep on coming back there whenever i need inspiration.
immigration to Brazil, the bitterness of the civil war and nowadays. These are
the stories that embroidered my memory of Beirut.
Milk Tea has won “Best Lebanese Short Film” award, In Lebanon’s International Short films festival, December 2016.
It has been screened 3 times in Beirut, twice in Denmark and it had one very special screening in Cairo last January.
I’m preparing a new documentary in Egypt, i’m still in the research phase. Egypt is such an inspiring place for filmmakers, its so rich and diverse, and this is why i keep on coming back there whenever i need inspiration.

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