The Arab Daily News Podcast

04-29-12 Radio Chicagoland Aaron Del Mar, Alan Snitow

Radio Chicagoland Sunday April 29, 2012 WSBC AM 1240 in Chicagoland and simulcast on WCFJ AM 1470 in the Southlands with host Ray Hanania. www.RadioChicagoland.com.

- 8 AM - Newly elected Cook County GOP Chairman Aaron Del Mar discusses the fight to restore the relevance of the GOP in Cook County. Click to visit the web site of the Cook County GOP ...

- 9 AM -Guest Alan Snitow of Snitow-Kaufman Productions discuss his new documentary with co-producer Deborah Kaufman & "Between Two Worlds" about the current American Jewish culture wars. The documentary will be shown in Chicago May 2 at Temple Sholom, cosponsored by New Israel Fund, and May 3 at Northwestern University.

- 9:30 AM - Osama Bin Laden killed by Navy Seals one year ago. Is America safer today and have we won the war on terrorism?

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04-27-12 Radio Baladi Christians in the Middle East

Radio Baladi live on WNZK AM 690 radio www.RadioBaladi.com with host Ray Hanania explores the controversy of how Christians are treated and mistreated by Israelis in the Holy Land, Israel and under occupation with callers on our weekly Detroit region live broadcast.

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04-22-12 Radio Chicagoland Charley Warady, Aladdin Elaasar

Radio Chicagoland Sunday April 22, 2012 on WSBC AM 1240 and WCFJ AM 1470 radio with host Ray Hanania.

- 8 AM - Comedian Charley Warady in Israel talks about his comedy and his book 5IVE SPEED and his sequel. Warady, who lives in Jerusalem in Israel, discusses our comedy experience and writing his memoirs.

- 8:40 AM - Aladdin Elaasar is an expert on Egypt and the Arab World. He has been a frequent commentator on the Middle East on American and international TV and Radio networks such as CNN, ABC, NBC, NPR, MSNBC, FOX NEWS, BBC radio and TV, and others. Elaasar has been teaching Mid-Eastern studies at several American universities. He was nominated as a candidate for the presidential elections in Egypt in 2005. His campaign gained worldwide media coverage. His columns cover international relations, current events, and Arab/American issues. He was cited in Guardian, New York Times, The Huffington Post, Washington Post, Sunday Times, Paris Match, La Stampa, and the international press. He is the author of The Last Pharaoh: Mubarak and the Uncertain Future of Egypt in the Obama Age.He also wrote:For Stars and Stripes: American-Arabs in the U.S. Military,and, Silent Victims: Arab and Muslim Americans Post 9/11.

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04-20-12 Radio Baladi Aladdin Elaasar

Radio Baladi Friday April 20, 2012 broadcast on WNZK AM 690 radio live hosted by Ray Hanania. www.RadioBaladi.com

Aladdin Elaasar is an expert on Egypt and the Arab World. He has been a frequent commentator on the Middle East on American and international TV and Radio networks such as CNN, ABC, NBC, NPR, MSNBC, FOX NEWS, BBC radio and TV, and others. Elaasar has been teaching Mid-Eastern studies at several American universities. He was nominated as a candidate for the presidential elections in Egypt in 2005. His campaign gained worldwide media coverage. His columns cover international relations, current events, and Arab/American issues. He was cited in Guardian, New York Times, The Huffington Post, Washington Post, Sunday Times, Paris Match, La Stampa, and the international press. He is the author of The Last Pharaoh: Mubarak and the Uncertain Future of Egypt in the Obama Age.He also wrote:For Stars and Stripes: American-Arabs in the U.S. Military,and, Silent Victims: Arab and Muslim Americans Post 9/11.

04-15-12 MJ Rosenberg on Israeli extremism, Monroe Anderson on George Zimmerman

The Ray Hanania Show Sunday April 15, 2012, 8-10 am, 1240 AM WSBC Radio and 1470 AM WCFJ Radio, www.RadioChicagoland.com

- 8 AM - MJ Rosenberg discusses the vicious campaign against him by rightwing writer Alan Dershowitz.

- 9 AM Marisol Velzaquez from Morton College discusses the college's job fair that will be held on Wednesday April 25. For more information visit www.Morton.edu

- 9:20 AM - Columnist Monroe Anderson discusses the murder charges against George Zimmerman and the distortion of the issues in the killing of Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, 2012. Read Monroe's blog.

04-08-12 Radio Chicagoland Titanic, Brown, Guillermo

Radio Chicagoland Easter Sunday April 8, 2012. 1240 AM WSBC Chicago and 1470 AM WCFJ Chicago Heights and the Southlands. www.RadioChicagoland.com

- 8 AM We discuss the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic with author Jeff Nilsson, the historian for the Saturday Evening Post who provides historical insight on the 100th anniversary of The Titanic (April 15th) and the magazine’s original coverage of the event in 1912 and 1913. Click here to read Jeff's article

- 8:40 AM Cook County Circuit Clerk Dorothy Brown discusses her election landslide victory over Chicago Alderman Ricardo Munoz in the March 20 Illinois primary.

- 9:20 AM Columnist Emil Guillermo joins us to discuss former Washington DC Mayor and convicted crack cocaine user Marion Barry's racism and the silence of the African American leadership and on the mass killer in Oakland, California. Read column on Barry.

04-06-12 Radio Baladi on Egypt & Syria

Radio Baladi, Friday April 6, 2012 with Ray Hanania. WNZK AM 690 broadcast in Detroit and online. www.RadioBaladi.com

We discuss the future of Egypt, the growing conflict with Israel and the prospects for Democracy there with Khaled Sayed, the director of the film "Egypt: The Story of the Revolution." Click to go to Khaled's film web page.  (Read this article about Egyptian presidential politics.) Click here for an overview of the candidates for Egypt's presidency

8:45 AM Dr. Opada Alzohaili completed his internal medicine degree from Damascus University Medical School in Damascus, Syria.  He had his internal medicine training at Wayne state university and finished  Endocrinology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Alzohaili is Board Certified in Endocrinology  with special emphasis on the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, insulin resistance, the management of polycystic ovarian disease, and obesity.  He is an assistant professor of endocrinology at Wayne State University in Detroit