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Ali Adib

Ali Adeeb is an Iraqi journalist. He wrote for the NY Times in Baghdad until he moved to the United States where he currently lectures on Media and the Arabic Language.He also serves as an editor in many Arabic-language magazines.

5 Articles by this author

Winston Churchill the War Criminal

Winston Churchill the War Criminal

Across from the House of Commons stands the powerful statue of Winston Churchill, one of the most prominent British leaders of all time. This British…

Why Do Some Arabs Support Trump’s Muslim Ban?

Why Do Some Arabs Support Trump’s Muslim Ban?

Last week, Donald Trump signed an executive order effectively banning the entry of citizens from seven Arab and Muslim countries if they do not hold…

The Easy Guide to Iraqi Politics

The Easy Guide to Iraqi Politics

Despite Iraq’s longstanding history, being part of the U.S. plan to manufacture a Western-style democracy by military force has brought this country’s identity and territorial…

Arab-Iranian Relations: A Past That Hampers The Future

Arab-Iranian Relations: A Past That Hampers The Future

“Arabi ‘Ilm Ast, Parsi Shikar Ast”, Arabic is knowledge but Persian is sweetness, goes a famous Iranian saying. We Arabs and Iranians are close, yet…

Baghdad Lives On In Tel Aviv

Baghdad Lives On In Tel Aviv

In a narrow street packed with pedestrians and small shops stacked shoulder to shoulder, where voices of vendors mix with the conversations of patrons, a…