Ray Hanania offers political commentary, humor, & insight on politics & events in Chicago, Middle East & Arab/Muslim America
TheArabStreet.org Radio & Audio Podcast
Welcome to Ray Hanania's award winning podcast "The Arab Street" on Middle East & Mainstream Arab American topics Visit www.TheArabStreet.org.
Ray Hanania is a weekly Op-Ed Columnist and Special Correspondent for the US for the Arab News Newspaper, the largest English Language newspaper in the Middle East. Visit the www.ArabNews.com for more info.
Ray's radio show is broadcast every 2nd Friday in Detroit. Listen to the show online using one of these links:
Check out Ray Hanania's other Podcast also on iTunes, Spotify that addresses American Mainstream Politics at Ray Hanania on Politics. Yes, he has two podcasts because he loves both the Middle East and American Mainstream Politics, too.
About Ray Hanania
Ray Hanania is a veteran award-winning former Chicago City Hall reporter (Daley to Daley 1976-1992), and a weekly Op-Ed Columnist and Special Correspondent for the US with the Arab News at www.ArabNews.com.
His writings and commentaries focus on Middle East issues, politics, and slice-of-life issues in American life. His personal website is TheDailyHookah.com. Check his links below to read his columns. Hanania is the Managing Editor of TheArabDailyNews.com and SuburbanChicagiland.com. He is President/CEO of Urban Strategies Group media relations which provides media consulting services to governments, elected officials and private businesses.
Hanania writes about Middle East issues for the Arab News, and The Arab Daily News analyzing government policies in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict & Arab World. A critic of mainstream news media bias, Hanania advocates for peace & justice for Israel & Palestine, & the empowerment of Arabs in America.
"I write about three topics, the Middle East, politics, and life in general. I often take my life experiences and offer them in an entertaining way to readers, and I take on the toughest topics like the Israel-Palestine conflict and don't pull any punches about what I feel is fair. But, my priority is always about writing the good story."