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LoveArabic, Eh! — Ontario

Insha Allah - Karim's Favourite Word

2017 Favourite Word Ontario Toronto

Insha Allah - Karim's Favourite Word

Karim's favourite word is a beautiful way of framing time.

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Torontonians Exchange More than A Language At A Weekly Meet-up

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Torontonians Exchange More than A Language At A Weekly Meet-up

More than 35 Torontonians participated in a LoveArabic Exchange meetup that took place at Arabesque Dance & Music Arts studio last weekend. Arabic learners immersed themselves in Arabic culture through language, music, and food. They practiced dialect Arabic with native speakers and listened to a magical live musical performance by special guests Suzanne and George Sawa that got people singing and dancing. LoveArabic Exchange is a weekly Arabic language exchange meet-up that takes place in Toronto. Learn a new language, know more about Arabic culture and make new friends in a safe and friendly environment. Find out more about Toronto's Arabic...

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Raja Khouri Conversations: Things Arab Men Say Screening & Panel Discussion

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Raja Khouri Conversations: Things Arab Men Say Screening & Panel Discussion

Things Arab Men Say paints a picture of Arab men that is vastly different from what we’re accustomed to. In this antidote to mainstream-media depictions of Arabs as terrorists and extremists, we get to meet Jay, Ghassan and their friends, who gather at Jamal’s Eden Barber Shop to discuss politics, religion and family over a cut and a shave. Often funny, sometimes sad, this engaging film documents the challenges these men face integrating into Canadian life while preserving their identity and culture. Screening followed by a panel discussion featuring:Nisreen Baker, Director of Things Arab Men Say.Arif Virani, MP for Parkdale –...

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