Ray Hanania’s Podcast: Mainstream & Middle East

02-05-16 Arab Radio on Syrian refugees, failure of American Arabs

February 5, 2016

Ray Hanania hosts a special edition of TheArabDailyNews.com radio show Friday Feb. 5, 2016 at 8 am EST in Detroit (WNZK AM 690) and Washington D.C. (AM 700) on the plight of Syrian refugees and the crisis in Syria.

The Syrian Crisis is really an Arab World crisis in part created by the West to destroy the Arab World, first in Palestine, then Iraq now Syria. Worse is that American Arabs are dysfunctional and a failure at helping their own people, living in one of the most powerful countries int he world and yet so powerless to help their own people. It is shameful at the failure of American Arabs to come together and instead to break up into individual and weak identities such as Christians, Muslims, Shiite, Sunni, Egyptian, Syrian, Jordanian, Lebanese, Palestinian, Iraqi, Yemeni and individual Gulf Arab states. Their weakness and divisions are costing the lives of millions of Arabs in the Middle East in Syria, Iraq and Palestine. And American Arabs should apologize for their failure.
Also, the question is asked which presidential candidate would do the most to help stop the massacre of the Syria refugees and destroy Russia, Daesh and the regime of Bashar al-Assad. Donald Trump? Marco Rubio? Hillary Clinton? Bernie Sanders? Ted Cruz?
Guests include: Daad Mamary, a secondary school teacher of thirty years and Syrian activist from Pennsylvania. She left Syria in 1991; Khalil Hashem, a journalist and founder of "ya Michigan" magazine; Laila AlHusini radio host.

visit www.TheArabDailyNews.com for more information on Ray Hanania's radio show on the U.S. Arab Radio Network each week.