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Muslims and Arabs in the US say they face discrimination in many areas of life, 13 years after the 9/11 attacks.
Despite the clamour made by Republicans on government surveillance, they are reticent when Arab Americans are targeted.
Do Arab-Americans have anything to gain by achieving minority status, or should they remain categorised as 'Caucasian'?
University administrators squash pro-Palestinian actions to avoid negative publicity and to keep alumni funding.
Favourable attitudes have fallen nine per cent over the past two years in key Middle Eastern countries, new survey says.
She is the new image of American beauty - and she is Arab.

Arab American advocacy groups say 3.5 million people of Arab ancestry live in the United States, disputing

Linda Isam Haddad in Los Angeles

In yet another blow to the Bush administration's efforts to counter anti-American sentiments in the Middle East, a new poll shows rising bitterness in the region toward US foreign policy.

Benjamin Duncan in Washington, DC

With just over four months remaining until the US presidential election, George Bush is losing the Arab American vote in four battleground states.

Ben Duncan in Washington DC

With the upcoming presidential election expected to be one of the closest in recent memory, Ralph Nader’s candidacy could cost Democratic nominee John Kerry key Arab American votes in four key states.

Benjamin Duncan in Washington, DC
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