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Arab in America: Facebooked & Twittered

// April 16th, 2009 // No Comments » // Everything Else, Making Arab

Can’t check the blog everyday?  Tired of going to external sources to get updates on your favorite film?  Typing everyday giving you carpal tunnel?  Well, we have some news for you!  Arab in America is now on Twitter and Facebook!  Now you don’t have to leave your favorite social networking site to see all the updates and news that’s placed on the blog!  Exciting, huh?!?  Okay, maybe I’m hyping this up a little, but it’s still pretty cool.  Enjoying all of the Arab in America goodness on social networking sites is awesome and super convenient!  –  Unless you’re on Myspace, though…  cause Myspace sucks…  and makes my eyes bleed.  (we actually haven’t gotten around to making a Myspace page – coming soon)

So check out the links below!  Follow us on Twitter and fan us on Facebook!

We like to Tweet!

We like to Tweet!

Your face is an open book.

Your face is an open book.

Press, Press, Blogs, & More Press!

// April 10th, 2009 // No Comments » // Everything Else, Making Arab

Saphir News: Arab in America - Front Page, Baby

Saphir News: Arab in America - Front Page, Baby

We’ve got some exciting news today!  Arab in America has now been featured on The Huffington Post, Saphir News, and The Athens Banner-Herald!  Not to mention countless and countless internet blogs!  So, for those of you who like to keep count, we’re going to link you to all the stories below!


USA Today
The Huffington Post
NPR Atlanta-PBA
The Providence Journal
Saphir News
(french translation)
Air America’s State of Belief

The Athens Banner-Herald


Yahoo Movies News
Progressive Islam
Illume Magazine
Alt Muslim

One Nation For All
Minareti (french translation)
Faisal Kutty
Queer Isn’t It?
South Florida Drifters

Beauty and the East
Political Peon
Arabesque (french translation)
Milk and Cookies
Muslim Women

And the most humbling thing out of all this coverage is Wake Forest University’s new course MLS 833, Re-imaging Islam in the West, where Arab in America will be discussed, critiqued, and debated alongside my hero’s essay/book/documentary: Jack Shaheen’s Reel Bad Arabs.  Check out the link below to go see more information on WFU’s new course.

Wake Forest University | Master of Arts in Liberal Studies

Also, NPR-Atlanta interviewed Colin Ferri and I last week, so expect that interview to be coming soon, too!  If there are other links that I’ve missed, please – let me know by sending me an email!  nabouharb(a)  Thanks a bunch and keep checking back for more info!


Arab in America Trailer Featured on MuxlimTV!

// February 28th, 2009 // No Comments » // Everything Else, Making Arab - They Know Good Work - They Know Good Work

I just got an email from the folks at informing me that they have just selected the Arab in America Trailer to be one of their featured videos!


For those of you who don’t know, is an internet Muslim lifestyle community that tries to bring Muslims from all around the world together in a positive setting promoting Muslim values… The web network, much like a Facebook/Myspace media sharing hub for Muslims, has become one of the fastest social networks on the internet. If you haven’t checked it out yet, I highly recommend that you do! And while you’re there, leave a comment on the Arab in America Trailer!