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Messagepar yangtse » 26 Avr 2009, 21:50

il m'a été dit ke la maitresse d'ecole ki se trouvait à bord de la navette chalenger ki s'est ecrasée à la fin des années 80's fut une femme d'origine arabe.alors en inscrivant "arab americans" dans google,j'ai été sidéré par la reponse....piiii meme stive jobs ki grace à lui je pianote sur un clavier est un americain d'origine arabe,et une grande part de l'histoire et de la grandeure US est faite par les arabes.des acteurs,des senateurs,des academiciens....visez un peu....

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[edit] Academics
Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad teaches religion, science and freedom at the University of Maryland, College Park and directs the Minaret of Freedom Institute.[1][2]
Saddeka Arebi, professor of anthropology at UC Berkeley
Elias Corey, organic chemistry professor at Harvard University and 1990 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry[3]
Michael E. DeBakey, pioneering American-Lebanese cardiovascular surgeon and researcher[4]
Charles Elachi, Professor of electrical engineering and planetary science at Caltech and director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Taher ElGamal, Inventor of the ElGamal discrete log cryptosystem and the ElGamal signature scheme.
Samih Farsoun Sociology professor at the American University [5]
Fawaz Gerges, ABC analyst, professor, regular guest on Oprah's Anti-war series
Philip S. Khoury, Ford International Professor of History and Associate Provost at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Edward Said, Palestinian-American literary theorist and former professor at Columbia University
Donna Shalala, President of the University of Miami
Fawwaz Ulaby, Former Vice President for Research of the University of Michigan and first Arab-American winner of the IEEE Edison Medal
Ahmed Zewail, Egyptian-American professor at Caltech and winner of the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Elias Zerhouni, director of the National Institutes of Health, appointed by George W. Bush in May 2002,

[edit] Business
Najeeb Halaby, former head of Federal Aviation Administration and CEO of Pan-American Airlines (Syrian father) [6]
Steve Jobs, head of Apple, biological father was Syrian[7]
Mario Kassar, formerly headed Carolco Pictures [8]
John J. Mack, CEO of investment bank Morgan Stanley (Lebanese parents)[9]
Sam Maloof
Maloof family
, majority owners of the Sacramento Kings and the Palms Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada
Sam Moore, the founder and president of Thomas Nelson Publishers, the largest worldwide distributor of the Bible
Paul Orfalea, founder of Kinko's photocopy stores [10]
Dr. Howard Murad, founder of Murad Cosmetics
Farouk Shami, founder of Farouk systems, a Houston based company that manufactures high quality professional hair care and spa products like CHI hair Irons (Palestinian)




[edit] Writers
Edward Abboud, political writer, author of Invisible Enemy: Israel, Politics, Media, and American Culture [11]
Diana Abu-Jaber, novelist, author of Arabian Jazz, Crescent, The Language of Baklava
Elia Abu Madi, poet, publisher and member of the New York Pen League
Etel Adnan, poet, essayist, and visual artist
Lorraine Ali, (Iraqi) reporter, editor, culture writer and music critic for Newsweek.
William Peter Blatty, author of The Exorcist
Catherine Filloux, French-Algerian-American playwright
Khalil Gibran, author and member of the New York Pen League, well-known for his best-selling book The Prophet
Suheir Hammad, poet, playwright, artist, Tony Award winner, 2003 (Russel Simmons Presents Def Poetry Jam on Broadway)
Ray Hanania
Samuel John Hazo, State Poet of Pennsylvania
Lawrence Joseph, poet
Daoud Kuttab, award winning Palestinian journalist. Ferris professor of journalism at Princeton University
Lisa Suhair Majaj, poet and literary scholar
Jack Marshall (author), poet and author (Iraqi father/Syrian mother)
Khaled Mattawa, poet and recipient of an Academy of American Poets award
Claire Messud, author, Algerian
Mikhail Naimy, Nobel Prize-nominated author and member of the New York Pen League; well-known works include The Book of Mirdad and a biography of Khalil Gibran
Naomi Shihab Nye, poet
Ameen Rihani, "father of Arab American literature," member of the New York Pen League and author of The Book of Khalid, the first Arab American novel in English; also an ambassador
Abraham Rihbany, writer on politics and religion
Anthony Shadid [12]
Mona Simpson, author of Anywhere but Here, The Lost Father, A Regular Guy

[edit] Performers
Paula Abdul, Grammy winning singer, Emmy winning choreographer, and host of American Idol (Syrian Jewish father)
Moustapha Akkad, a Syrian-American film producer
Ferras Alqaisi, Jordanian American singer-song writer
Paul Anka, singer and songwriter (Lebanese)[13]
Jim Avila (half Lebanese), correspondent for ABC News "20/20"
Jeff Becerra (Arab Mexican origin), Death metal musician
Yasmine Bleeth (Algerian Jewish descent), actress/model
Dick Dale, surf rock guitarist (Lebanese father) [14]
Jenna Dewan (1980 - ), film/TV actress (Step Up)[15]
Mohammed El-Bakkar, Lebanese immigrant to Brooklyn, singer, band-leader
Shannon Elizabeth (1973 - ), film actress ("American Pie", "Scary Movie")[16]
Jamie Farr, character actor, Lebanese[17]
Hala Gorani, CNN anchor (French Syrian) [18]
Khrystyne Haje
Sammy Hagar, Rock musician
Lama Hasan, ABC News anchor
Salma Hayek, actress (Lebanese father), born in Mexico-works in US
Anissa Jones, actress (Lebanese grandparents)
Aron Kader, comedian (Palestinian ancestry)
Casey Kasem, radio personality and voice actor [19]
Kerri Kasem, TV hostess
Amy Fadhli, fitness model, actress (Iraqi father) and winner of the Fitness America National Champion 1996
Catherine Keener, Lebanese ancestry
Khaled Khaled, a.k.a. DJ Khaled popular Hip-Hop DJ for Fat Joe's Terror Squad group (Palestinian ancestry)
Herbert Khaury, aka Tiny Tim (Lebanese father) [20]
Hoda Kotb, Egyptian decent, NBC's Today show host
Kurtis Mantronik, born Kurtis el Khaleel, remixer and producer, founding member of 1980's old school hip hop group Mantronix (Syrian father)
Kristy McNichol, co-star on "Family" and "Empty Nest" [21]
Mika, half-Lebanese
Wentworth Miller, starring role as Michael Scofield in the Fox Network television series "Prison Break"(Syrian-Lebanese from Mothers side)[22]
Kathy Najimy, actress of Lebanese descent [23]
George Noory (1950 - ), radio broadcaster, as of 2006, the weekday host of the late-night paranormal-themed radio talk show Coast to Coast AM.[24]
Jehane Noujaim[25]
Michael Nouri
Naomi Shihab Nye[26]
Dean Obeidallah [27]

Heather Raffo, actress/playwright (Iraqi father)
Tom Shadyac
Jerry Seinfeld Golden Globe- and Emmy Award-winning comedian (Syrian Sephardic Jewish Mother)[28]
Shakira, her father is a Lebanese immigrant and her mother a native of Colombia
Tony Shalhoub (1953 - ), three-time Emmy Award-winning television and film actor (Monk)[29]
Alia Shawkat, actress (Iraqi father)
James Stacy
Vic Tayback, actor, Syrian
Danny Thomas, actor, Lebanese [30]
Marlo Thomas, half Lebanese
Tony Thomas, half Lebanese
Vince Vaughn, Lebanese ancestry
Elliott Yamin, singer (Iraqi Jewish father)
Amy Yasbeck, half Lebanese
David Yazbek, half Lebanese
Frank Zappa (part Lebanese father)[31]
Zaida Ben-Yusuf(1869-1933) was an American portrait photographer. Ben-Yusuf was born in London to an Algerian Muslim father and a German mother of Algerian descent. She immigrated to New York in 1897.[14]
DJ Khaled- an american rapper/producer/songwriter whose parents are both Palestinian.His birth name is Khaled Khalid

[edit] Military
John Abizaid, Lebanese[32]
James Jabara, Lebanese
George Joulwan, Lebanese
Ahmed Qusai al-Taayie, a Specialist in the United States Army who was kidnapped by insurgents in Baghdad, Iraq, on October 23, 2006

[edit] Politics
James Abdnor, U.S. Senator (D-S.D.) (1981-1987)
James Abourezk, U.S. Senator (D-S.D.) (1973-1979) (Lebanese ancestry)[33]
Spencer Abraham, U.S. Secretary of Energy (2001-2005) and U.S. Senator (R-Mich.) (1995-2001) (Lebanese ancestry)
Victor G. Atiyeh, Governor of Oregon (R) (1979-1987)
John Baldacci, Governor of Maine (D) (2003- ) (Lebanese mother)
Mitchell Daniels, Governor of Indiana (R) (2005- )
Pat Danner, U.S. Congresswoman (D-Mo.) (1993-2001)
Brigitte Gabriel, pro-Israel activist and founder of the American Congress For Truth (immigrated from Lebanon)
Philip Charles Habib, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs and Special Envoy to Ronald Reagan (Lebanese)
Lisa Halaby (a.k.a. Queen Noor), Queen-consort of Jordan and wife of King Hussein of Jordan (Syrian grandfather)
Darrell Issa, U.S. Congressman (R-Cal.) (2001- ) (Lebanese father)
Chris John, U.S. Congressman (D-La.) (1997-2005) (Lebanese ancestry)
Abraham Kazen, U.S. Congressman (D-Texas) (1967-1985) (Lebanese ancestry)
Ray LaHood, U.S. Congressman (R-Ill.) (1995-2009), U.S. Secretary of Transportation (2009- ) (Lebanese and Jordanian ancestry)
George J. Mitchell, U.S. Senator (D-Maine) (1980-1995) (Lebanese mother)
Ralph Nader, consumer advocate and frequent presidential candidate (Lebanese parents) [34]
Jimmy Naifeh, the Speaker of the Tennessee House of Representatives (D) (Lebanese ancestry)
Mary Rose Oakar, U.S. Congresswoman (D-Ohio) (1977-1993)
Jeanine Pirro, former Westchester County District Attorney and New York Republican attorney general candidate (Lebanese parents)
Nick Rahall, U.S. Congressman (D-W.Va.) (1977- ) (Lebanese ancestry)
Donna Shalala, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services (1993-2001) (Lebanese parents)
John E. Sununu, U.S. Senator (R-N.H.) (2003-2009) (Lebanese and Palestinian ancestry)
John H. Sununu, Governor of New Hampshire (R) (1983-1989) and Chief of Staff to George H.W. Bush (Lebanese and Palestinian ancestry)

[edit] Sports
Mark Copani, half Italian half Jordanian-Arab professional wrestler, known for his controversial yet highly memorable Muhammed Hassan character whilst in WWE
Omar Hassan, pro Skateboarder [35]
Vince Dooley
Doug Flutie, NFL player (Lebanese)
Jeff George, NFL quarterback
Sam Khalifa
Khalid Khannouchi,
athlete marathon runner
Bobby Rahal
Rony Seikaly [36]
Kelly Slater
Joe Lahoud,
MLB player for Boston & California

[edit] Others
Joseph Abboud (1950 - ), menswear fashion designer and author[37]
Reem Acra
Wahbi Al-Hariri, artist and architect (Syrian) Knight of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (fr.)
Rosemary Barkett, federal judge and first woman Justice and Chief Justice on the Florida Supreme Court (Syrian)
Jamal Dajani, television producer and Middle East analyst.
Emilio Estefan, Cuban-born, manager and producer of wife Gloria Estefan
Ismail al-Faruqi
Gibran Khalil Gibran, Lebanese poet and artist
Hussein Ibish
Nabil Kanso, artist
Hoda Kotb
Candice Lightner (Lebanese mother), founder of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)[38]
Edward L. Masry, lawyer
Walid Rabah
Karim Rashid
Anthony Shadid [12]
[b]Helen Thomas
[/b], journalist (Lebanese)[12]
John Zogby, pollster for Zogby International (Lebanese)
James Zogby, Arab-American civil rights activist (Arab-American Institute); brother of John
Zainab Salbi co-founder and president for Women for Women International (Iraqi)
Helen Zughaib famous artist whose work is on display in the White House, the World Bank, and many other prestigious locations
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Re: les arabes americains

Messagepar L'ARABE » 27 Avr 2009, 20:25

yangtse L'ARABE te félicite pour cette louable initiative qui montre toute l'intelligence dont jouit ton esprit.
Cette liste n'est pas exhaustive et ne représente que ceux dont les américains ne peuvent cacher ou taire l'origine.Même les arabes juifs (par la religion) ne sont pas mentionnés en tant que personne d'origine arabe.
Les arabes ne sont considérés comme une race de sournois personnages et de jouisseurs qu'en Algérie par certains xénophobes kabyles. :(
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Messagepar ribouh-elfinteur » 27 Avr 2009, 21:56

Yangtse:
les Eu sont un pays ouverts, c'est à dire que tout le monde a sa chance, si tu voyais le nombre de Chinois ou de Hindous...donc dans cette histoire l'arabe n'a pas plus de mérite que les autres.
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Messagepar plume » 27 Avr 2009, 23:04

Vous savez sûrement le principe de la Green Card, pourquoi les états unis organisent chaque année une lottrie gratuite qui permet à 55.000 d'étrangers d'avoir la chance de devenir citoyen américain permanent, il s'agit effectivement d'un programme pour maintenir une certaine diversité parmi la population d'immigrés aux États-Unis. C'est cette diversité voulue exprès par le gouvernement américain qui donne cette sensation de la gloire et de la domination. God bless América.

@ L'arabe : Xénophobe ???? donc ta race est étrangère d'après ta conclusion. Pff. l'impulsivité quand tu nous tiens.
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Re: les arabes americains

Messagepar Cell » 28 Avr 2009, 02:25

Par son piétinement dans la démence, d'ici je ressent que l'arabe endure une grave crise d'argent de poche.
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Messagepar dziri » 28 Avr 2009, 13:12

plume a écrit:Vous savez sûrement le principe de la Green Card, pourquoi les états unis organisent chaque année une lottrie gratuite qui permet à 55.000 d'étrangers d'avoir la chance de devenir citoyen américain permanent, il s'agit effectivement d'un programme pour maintenir une certaine diversité parmi la population d'immigrés aux États-Unis. C'est cette diversité voulue exprès par le gouvernement américain qui donne cette sensation de la gloire et de la domination. God bless América.

@ L'arabe : Xénophobe ???? donc ta race est étrangère d'après ta conclusion. Pff. l'impulsivité quand tu nous tiens.



Précieux sésame pour certains .

Pas pour moi.
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Re: les arabes americains

Messagepar L'ARABE » 29 Avr 2009, 03:47

Vous m'amusez les gars avec vos minables commentaires qui puent toutes les odeurs nauséabondes du racisme et de la haine.
Cell a écrit:de Cell le 28 Avr 2009, 03:25
Par son piétinement
plume a écrit:@ L'arabe : Xénophobe ???? donc ta race est étrangère d'après ta conclusion. Pff. l'impulsivité quand tu nous tiens.
ribouh-elfinteur a écrit:donc dans cette histoire l'arabe n'a pas plus de mérite que les autres.

Oui , les ARABES ont plus de mérite que les autres races, tout simplement parce qu'ils sont des ARABES les fils de la KARAMA et LA GENEROSITE.
Sincèrement, qui d'entre vous connait le Prénom de son arrière-arrière grand père ?
Moi L'ARABE juste à l'entrée de la maison vous trouveriez un cadre représentant mon arbre généalogique qui remonte jusqu’aux trente sixième ancêtres. Qui dit mieux? :grin:
VOILA POURQUOI JE DEFENDS MON PAYS L'ALGERIE, LE PAYS DE MES ANCETRES. ET MES ENFANTS ET LES ENFANTS DE MES ENFANTS EN FERONT DE MEME. C'EST DANS NOS GENES. GARE A CELUI QUI TOUCHE A L'ALGERIE ET A SES INSTITUTIONS.
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Re: les arabes americains

Messagepar yangtse » 29 Avr 2009, 11:56

ribouh-elfinteur a écrit:Yangtse:
les Eu sont un pays ouverts, c'est à dire que tout le monde a sa chance, si tu voyais le nombre de Chinois ou de Hindous...donc dans cette histoire l'arabe n'a pas plus de mérite que les autres.


faux.:mrgreen:
ribouh.tout l'establishment US s'accorde à dire ke la communauté arabe est l'une des plus reussis aux états unis.
donc pour reprendre ta phrase je l'inverse et devient "l'arabe à plus de merite ke les autres".(le cas juif aussi d'ailleur) sinon si tu ne me crois pas c'est simple,,,
fais le compte de la communauté hispanike et deduis l'élite en pc
fais le compte de la communauté afro-am et deduis l'elite en pc
fais le comte de la communauté hindou et deduis l'elite en pc
fais le compte de la communauté chinoise et deduis l'elite en pc

fais le compte de la communauté arabe(2 ou 3 millions) et relis la liste :mrgreen:
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I've looked a trailer for the "2012". I was interested in this theme.
Please advise me a good site on this topic.
And what do you think about the end of the world 2012.

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