Oct 9th, 2015 by rayhanania
The plight of Syrian refugees in Germany and the 30 year anniversary of the murder by Israeli extremists of Palestinian American Christian Alex Odeh in Santa Ana, California. Guests include Kelly Hayes-Raita and ADC Midwest Director Fatina Abdrabboh
The Arab Daily News Radio Show, Friday Oct. 9, 2015 with host Ray Hanania.
Hanania interviews author Kelly Hayes-Raitt about her upcoming book “Living Large in Limbo,” a look at the Iraqi refugees, and her writings recently not he tragedy of Syrian and other refugees making their way through Germany.
At 8:30 AM EST we talk with Fatina Abdrabboh the Midwest Director of Michigan’s Chapter of ADC on the 30th anniversary of the murder of Alex Odeh, who was killed on Oct. 11, 1985. Although the FBI and police agencies believe they know who the killers are, two of the suspects are reportedly living under Israeli protection in the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba (Qiryat Arba), living among the settler terrorists and fanatics who are funded and supported by the Israeli government.
- Government image FBI most wanted page - www.fbi.gov/wanted/seekinfo/odeh.htm (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The FBI has a $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest and convictions of the killers of Odeh who died when a bomb exploded in his offices in Santa Ana, California. Kiryat Arba is located near occupied Hebron in the Occupied West Bank where some of the most vicious Israeli settler terrorists continue to operate and plan terrorism and violence against Christians and Muslims with the backing of the Israeli government and the protection of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF).
Kiryat Arba is a base for settler terrorism and violence against Christian and Muslims living in the Israeli Occupied West Bank. Some of the worst terrorists live there and are protected by the Israeli military.
For more information on this radio show interview and other radio programs and podcasts focused on the rights of American Arabs, visit our website atwww.TheArabDailyNews.com.
Don't forget that ADC Michigan also has an event Nov. 13, 2015 at Byblos Banquets in Dearborn with some great speakers including the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
Broadcast live on WNZK AM 690 radio in Greater Detroit and in Washington DC on AM 700 radio. Hanania's show is live on the 2nd Friday of every month with special shows scheduled and publicized on the Arab Daily News website.
- View of the Terrorist Settlement Kiryat Arba in the West Bank near Hebron. The Israeli settlers use terrorism and violence to bully and intimidate Palestinian civilians in the Occupied West Bank to force them to leave; photo by Stella (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Oct 2nd, 2015 by rayhanania
The Arab Daily News Radio Show Friday Oct. 2, 2015 (8 am EST) with host Ray Hanania on WNZK AM 690 in Detroit and AM 700 in Washington DC.
We discuss with callers racist Dr. Ben Carson, the bombings of civilians in Syria by Russian troops (Russia can't invade and attack the Ukraine but they can attack and invade Syria ad kill civilians there). Also the Christian Terrorism at the Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
Sep 11th, 2015 by rayhanania
Sept. 11, 2015 Radio on WNZK, The Arab Daily News Radio Show, hosted by Ray Hanania
Callers in Detroit and Washington DC call in to discuss a wide range of topics:
• today is the 14th anniversary of September 11. Americans remember but have Americans learned?
• What is the World doing to help Syrian babies? ironically Israel is the only country that says he won’t help and is building a new Apartheid Wall, not along the Syrian Border but along the Jordanian Border, which tells you what Israel really cares about. Poor Jordanians signed a "peace accord" with Israel. What a joke.
• In Sterling Heights -- often called Little Baghdad, Chaldean Christians from the Middle East joined crazy anti-Muslim American haters and cheered the blocking of the mosque there. Now the community is called "Sterling Hates.". Hate is so unbecoming of Christian Arabs and to see them join in with the Muslim haters is so depressing … they can’t get their grievances heard by being racist haters
• And, I just finished watching the end of the FX Series Tyrant … talk about a hateful TV series, and of course, produced by an Israeli … sick, sick, sick
Hosted by Ray Hanania on WNZK AM 690 Radio in Detroit and AM 700 Radio in Washington DC.
Our callers talk about these and other issues during this one hour broadcast.
Sep 4th, 2015 by rayhanania
Listeners in Detroit and Washington DC discuss the proposal to build a mosque in Sterling Heights, Michigan, and the opposition from some residents, including mainstream Americans and non-Arab Christian Chaldeans in the community.
Broadcast Friday morning 8 am EST in Detroit and Washington DC with host Ray Hanania on WNZK AM 690 radio in Detroit and 700 AM Radio in Washington, Sept. 4, 2015.
Callers reflected the views and the debate surrounding the mosque plan.
Mosque protest, Sterling Heights, Michigan, Chaldeans, Christian Arabs, racism, bigotry, traffic congestion
mount in Sterling Heights, Michigan as opposition increases against the plan to build a mosque there. Among the opposition are many Chaldean Americans, who are Christians from the Middle East (non-Arab) who speak Arabic, share the Arab culture and originate from Iraq. The anger against Muslims is intense not just with Americans but Christian Arabs, too. I think it reflects, in part, the failure of Muslims to recognize their weak relations with Christian Arabs and apathy towards the harassment and bullying that Christian Arabs experience from Muslim extremists and fanatics not just in the Middle East but right here in America. Why isn't CAIR, for example, speaking out against the anti-Christian hatred at KabobFest and Ikhras and from individual Muslim activists who are showcased and feted at Muslim conferences and gatherings. You can't say you are opposed to extremism when you give extremists a platform OR refuse to speak out against them. It's a problem most Arab Christians and Muslims don't want to deal with.
Aug 14th, 2015 by rayhanania
Ray Hanania talks with callers about the failure of the American Arab community to effectively engage mainstream Americans because of their lack of understanding of strategic communications. Only 15 percent of the Arab community in America is engaged in effective activism, and much of that involves extremist politics that focuses on Middle East issues rather than on American Arab issues.
Broadcast on Friday August 14, 2015 on The Arab Daily News Radio Show (Radio Baladi, US Arab Radio) on 690 AM Radio in Detroit, Michigan, and 700 AM Radio in Washington D.C.
Hanania discusses the recent release of the new animated film "The Prophet" by Salma Hayek, and also touches on presidential politics, Donal Trump, and the process of American election politics during the one hour live radio show.
Palestine, Israel, Arabs, Yemen, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt.
Jul 17th, 2015 by rayhanania
The Arab Daily News Radio broadcasts a special episode on live Radio in Detroit on AM 690 and Washington DC on AM 700 radio discussing with callers the terrorist attack on Thursday July 16, 2015 by a Kuwait Muslim whose family immigrated to America after living many years in Jordan. The killer has been identified as Mohammed Youssuf Abdulazeez, 24. (Mohammad, Yousef, Youssef) Abdulazeez attacked two military installations, a recruitment center in Chattanooga, Tennessee and seven miles away a Navy Technical Center where he killed four U.S. Marines. Abdulazeez was killed by military police.
Broadcast on Friday July 17, 2015 live on WNZK AM 690 Radio in Detroit and AM 700 Radio in Washington DC, the hour long show features live call-ins from listeners with host Ray Hanania.
Issues discussed include the reaction from racist haters, like Pamela Geller, who have blamed all Muslims, and the notion that Muslims, and Arabs, must apologize for the actions of a criminal.
Do Christians apologize when a Christian murders an innocent person? There were more than 433 killings in Chicago last year committed by Christians, and not a word. But when some maniac "claims" to be a Muslim, and murders anyone, he or she is denounced as an Islamic terrorist and all of Islam is disparaged as a violent religion.
That's unChristian like argues radio host Ray Hanania, who is a Christian from Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus, and Jerusalem.
Jul 10th, 2015 by rayhanania
07-10-15 The Arab Daily News Radio Show in Detroit with Ray Hanania
Hi everyone …
I’m Ray Hanania and It’s the SECOND FRIDAY OF THE MONTH, July 10, 2015 and its
8:05 in the morning in Detroit …
This is The Arab Daily News Radio Show live on Radio
Baladi on Laila Al Husinni’s US Arab
Radio Network live in Detroit on 690 AM Radio and live in Washington DC on
700 AM Radio … We’re also and live on WNZK 690’s online website … go to
TheArabDailyNews.com to get that link and listen …
We invite you
to call us to join the discussion and share your views … Dial 248-557-3300 to join the discussion
Make sure to
check out our website at www.TheArabDailyNews.com … and if you like my writings, you can
also read my mainstream syndicated columns at www.IllinoisNewsNetwork.com
So much to
talk about this morning:
I was in Hawaii and found President Barack Obama’s home … but
I am not sure Hawaii likes Obama … it was a year ago that Israel viciously
attacked the Gaza Strip and murdered more than 2,200 civilians including 500
children … now accountability, no responsibility, just more Israeli lies … no
change in Syria, where Daesch, the tyrant Assad and the rebels are battling it
out at the expense of thousands and thousands of innocent civilians … Daesch is
extremely brutal …. And Egypt continues to turn towards repression as a means
of redefining Democracy … there really isn’t Democracy in Egypt … but maybe
that’s the only way to prevent the rise of Islamic extremism in the Arab World
Also later at 8:30 we’ll talk with Fr. Sean McManus of the
Holy Land Principles, the campaign to bring fair employment to the people of
Israel and Palestine … they did it in Ireland they can do it there …
Remember, our phone number is 248-557-3300 … call us and tell us what you think about these and
other topics …
There is a new TV Series that stars some American Arabs … Mr.
Robot with Hollywood actor Christian Slater … have you watched it yet?
Egyptian American Hollywood actor Rami Malek stars
in a new hit series “Mr. Robot” on high tech computer warfare and hacking
broadcast on the USA Network on Cable Television. Malek joins a small exclusive
club of American Arabs who have made it to Hollywood movie and television
May 8th, 2015 by rayhanania
Ray Hanania hosts TheArabDailyNews.com radio show every 2nd Friday of the month on 690 AM Radio in Detroit and 700 AM Radio in Washington DC from 8 until 9 am EST.
In this episode, Hanania takes phone calls from listeners on every topic that includes: the racism of Charlie Hebdo Magazine and why are Israelis trying to defend its attacks against Islam and the Prophet Mohammed; the racist hatred of American Jewish activist Pamela Gellar who funds campaigns attacking Muslims and Arabs; why are Israelis hypocrites when it comes to defending free speech but denying free speech to Arabs and Muslims; the chemical war fare in Assad's assault on Syria; relations between Chaldeans and Muslims in Detroit and the Middle East; a discussion about the new Lebanese cookbook by American Arab author Maureen Abood "Rose Water & Orange Blossoms;" and many more topics.
The show is hosted by TheArabDailyNews.com
the online newspaper and Radio Baladi hosted by the US Arab Radio Newtwork and journalist Laila alHusinni.
Apr 17th, 2015 by rayhanania
At the top of the hour on The Arab Daily News radio show in Detroit and Washington DC, we talk with Fr. Sean McManus the head of the Holy Land Principles organization (www.HolyLandPrinciples.org) discusses his campaign to force all corporations and businesses working in Israel and Palestine to treat all employees equally, regardless of their race or religion. McManus used the same principles years ago as the Mac Bride Principles to help improve the situation for the people of occupied Northern Ireland. McManus discusses the principles, which are outlined on his website, and also how they can work.
At the half hour, we speak with radio talk show host Rush Darwish (www.RiseUpShow.com
) about the presidential elections and the challenges facing the American Arab community. Darwish talks about some of the projects he is involved in and how they helped Americans better understand the Middle East and Palestine issues. Which candidate is better Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio or any of the other dozen that might also announce. Read Ray Hanania's column on the topic by clicking here
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Apr 10th, 2015 by rayhanania
Ricky Ben David, News Editor and Videographer for the Times of Israel news website which also features blogs, joins Ray Hanania on his monthly Detroit radio show The Arab Daily News/Radio Baladi to discuss issues in the Palestine-Israel conflict on Friday April 10, 2015.
Ben David, a former Op-Ed editor at the Jerusalem Post where Hanania previously wrote a weekly column, talks about the change of Hagai Amir, the brother of Yigal Amir who murdered Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1995 and helped undermine peace and prolonged the death-driven violence for another two decades. Ben David, who interviewed Hagai Amir, said that the murder accomplice who served a prison term for his role in the 1995 assassination, spent much time meeting imprisoned Palestinians and today believes that there should be one state where Jews and non-Jews, Arabs and Israelis, live together in peace.
Ben David also talks about extremism in Israel, the reality of the relationship between the Israeli right and the Christian Evangelical Movement, the re-election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and how Israelis view, peace Two-States and President Barack Obama.
It's rare that Israelis and Palestinians discuss major issues but the discussion offers an insight into how the conflict can be stopped and how Palestinians and Israelis can achieve peace.
The show was broadcast in Detroit on WNZK AM 690 Radio and in Washington DC on AM 700 radio, and was rebroadcast in edited form (minus ad breaks) on Talk of the Town Radio on 1450 AM Radio and YahalaVoice.com radio Friday April 10, 2015 at 3:30 pm in Chicago CST. For more information visit www.TheArabDailyNews.com.