Generation Leadership > Rami Nuseir - American Mideast Leadership Network
[30th Ave] As well as activities in their offices - from the English classes and financial training, to a new program of Arabic classes, to hosting a group of Egyptian intellectuals who met on Twitter and gather there for discussions - American Mideast Leadership Network organizes events out and about in Astoria. On the same day as the QUILL readings at Jerusalem Nights, they were holding an Egyptian dancing event at the Queens public library on Broadway, and an education event at the librarys western Astoria branch.
[The Middle East Studies Program] Galilee Exchange Program « The Middle East Studies Program: "My Galilee", organized with our sister organization theAmerican Cultural Center of Nazareth (ACCON), is a unique initiative as itfocuses on grassroots dialogue between American students and Arab-Israelistudents in the Galilee- a part of Israel with an Arab majority. This programwill display the truly multidimensional nature of the Israeli-Palestinianconflict.
[Insurance Liability Coverage] american consulate general | Insurance Liability Coverage: China Relations, Kyung Keun Kim, Consulate General of Korea, Cecilia Rebong, Consulate General Philippines, Am Gondane, Deputy Consulate General of India and WCBS-TV news anchor Cindy Hsu who served as Mistress of Ceremonies, all participated in honoring this yearÃ¢s award recipients.
[Dispatch] American Egyptians Rally in Astoria - Dispatch - WSJ: In the New York City area of Astoria, Queens, American Egyptians came out in a show of support for the protesters in Egypt. They called on the American government to support political change.
[The Inside View on the UN] GirlUp and Local UNA Division and Chapters to Work Together « The ...: GirlUp is a peer to peer program connecting American girls with those in other countries. The idea is to create a group of global philanthropists. GirlUp has been working with UNA Chapters, the National Coalition of Girls Schools, Girls, Inc., and partnering with Girl Scouts, the Women’s National Basketball Association, Clear and Clean and other sponsors (including Ivanka Trump, who has designed a bracelet — proceeds go to GirlUp.
[Uprising in Egypt] Pb Spins Numbers About Tectacs Tacky ... - Uprising in Egypt: The shooting and killing of Osama Bin Laden by US Special Forces during a raid on his home in the Pakistani town of Abbottabad has brought out frustration, concern and anger from some Anglican leaders. The population of Queens, NY, is 2.2 million and steadily growing with people coming in from all over the world.
[All Global News on One Page] Overseas Indian Elite Elect Their Best at WaldorfAstoria - All ...: Highly respected Indian-American Ajay Banga is president and CEO of MasterCard. Recognition in Corporate Leadership Jury Award: Ajay Banga, President and Chief Operating Officer, MasterCard .
[Yeshiva World News] The Yeshiva World LIVE BLOG: Latest Updates From Egypt [UPDATED 5 ...: With the news in Egypt changing very frequently, YWN will be bringing our readership the very latest news updates in this live blog, bring run by veteran YWN reporter Dov Gordon, and assisted by our team of reporters. The latest updates will be published first, .
[Wtpotus Research Blog] A Chartered Flight With Fethullah Gulen | Wtpotus Research Blog: Still, documents available at various foundation websites and in federal forms required of non-profit groups show that virtually all of the schools have opened or operate with the aid of Gülen-inspired “dialogue” groups, local non-profits that promote Turkish culture. In one case, the Ohio-based Horizon Science Academy of Springfield in 2005 signed a five-year building lease with the parent organization of Chicagos Niagara Foundation, which promotes Gülens philosophy of “peace, mutual respect, the culture of coexistence.” Gülen is the foundations honorary president.
[Cliftonchadwick's Blog] Arab World Built Colleges, but Not Jobs « Cliftonchadwick's Blog: For decades, the safety valve for the region’s jobless”including for Jordanian, Egyptian, Yemeni, Palestinian and other college grads”was to emigrate, either to the prosperous oil-producers of the Middle East or to Europe or the U.S. But some rich Middle East rich countries region grew fearful in the 1990s and 2000s that they were importing potential unrest, so they replaced Middle Eastern immigrants with workers from Asia.