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HOW BREAKFAST EXPLAINS THE WORLD!!

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Ahmed Tharwat

Arab Proverb “If you eat alone you die alone.”

I woke up this morning feeling uneasy about events around the world, especially in the Middle East, shooting, bombing and associations; violence is everywhere. A whole nation is being beheaded in front of our eyes in Aleppo and there is nothing we can do. So I asked myself the persisting question in life that is spewed and popularized these days: Do Arabs have a propensity for violence?

So, as a devoted follower of Ayatollah Google, I searched for the truth and asked Google for help. Typing ‘Arab violence” in its magic box, I got more than 62 million hits in less than one second, .44 of a second to be exact. We have roughly over 300 million Arabs, close to the same number of Americans. However, in reality Americans have far more violence and more crimes, besides most crimes committed in the Arab world are due to wars and political conflicts. But, in the age of the internet and social media, truth is an elusive thing. It is personal, everything you hear or see is an opinion; fact or fake. With the development of the internet and social media, we may have reached what has been dubbed as the Post-Truth-Society.

 

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An Evening with Chef Adel .. , Food, Fun and Friends !!

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Every month we get together one evening where Chef Adel of Marina Grill & Deli prepare a meal for us… and we have a conversation… Food & Politics mix.

 

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A Somali woman, telling her own story of farming in America !!

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Bread in The City!

How bread identfy the culture of immigrants, bread protect us, comfort us in the new world, bread who we are…flat bread, …is the best thing happend to America since the sliced bread…Bread has been offered as a sacrifice to God (and in previous times to the
gods. Some religions believe that consecrated bread is God. In the Middle
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The Backlava War in America

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