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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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Dancing in Cairo Street!!

 

Dancing in Cairo Street!!
The young ballerina, Nour Yasser went on a dancing spree across Cairo’s old streets, “she captivates city dwellers and passers-by, drawn to a scene unusual in Egypt’s conservative urban life.” reported the Cairo Scene. “Our project aim was to explore the beauty and diversity of Cairo.” photographers Mohamed Taher and Ahmed Fathy explained.
Egyptians have been dancing in the street for ages, at wedding, sports events, at religious social festivals, and in any occasions. The difference was, there wasn’t the intrusion of a camera.

 

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How I lost my Golf Partner to Donald Trump!!

Golfing short

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Ahmed Tharwat

I took up golfing right after  realizing that  I couldn’t play soccer anymore, couldn’t run, so I took walking as a sport, besides as  a Muslim I wanted to be assimilated.

Growing up in Egypt I had never had a chance to play this illusive game or even come close to being on a golf course. Golf is still an individualistic and very much a disciplined game for someone who played and lived for a long time with the game of proximity and improvisation: the game of soccer. Golf needs a conservative mindset that uses linear thinking. Soccer is more liberal that requires a nonlinear mindset. GOLF is basically a men’s game – as men golfers say – stands for Guys Only Ladies Forbidden, Ha ha ha, don’t drop your beer.

 

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My Interview with Fedwa Wazwaz, founder of Engage Minnesota

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BelAhdan, Ramadan Celebration in America, under the Tent

 

 

 

“This took place last Friday before the tragic mass shooting in Orlando, our condolences to the victimes and their families.”

Under the extreme heat and political climate,Muslim celebrated Ramadan this week, we went to Marina Grill north east to see How Muslim celebrate Ramadan under the Tent, we talked to a diverse group who were breaking their fast.

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