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Toronto Restaurant Shows World That Syrian Culture Isn't Defined By War

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Toronto Restaurant Shows World That Syrian Culture Isn't Defined By War

This family-run restaurant hires Syrian refugees and wants to show the world that Syrian culture isn’t defined by war.

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PHOTOCOPY Movie Screening at the Festival of Arabic Music and Arts

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PHOTOCOPY Movie Screening at the Festival of Arabic Music and Arts

Photocopy movie screening is part of Toronto's Festival of Arabic Music and Arts. When a retired old man in Cairo begins to learn about the extinction of dinosaurs, it sets off a series of events that will give his life renewed meaning.

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LoveArabic Co-Presenting WAJIB at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival

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LoveArabic Co-Presenting WAJIB at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival

LoveArabic is thrilled to be co-presenting the closing night film at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF), the critically-acclaimed WAJIB by Annemarie Jacir on September 23. Winner of 29 international awards; you do not want to miss out on this incredible film. Tickets are available on TIFF website. About WAJIB Language: Arabic with English subtitles.Runtime: 96 minutes.Tickets: TIFF website. Abu Shadi is a divorced father and a school teacher in his mid-60s living in Nazareth. After his daughter's wedding in one month he will be living alone. His son Shadi arrives from Rome after years abroad to help his father to...

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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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