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Seattle and Isfahan share a table with Chefs Without Borders

Seattle-Isfahan Sister City Association builds delicious bridges of understanding between the U.S. and Iran in a month-long celebration of Persian food in Seattle.

Food Friday, Gheymeh for Eid al-Adha

Today is Eid al-Adha. Many Muslim families prepare their traditional dishes in observance of today’s celebration. Azadeh prepared Gheyme for you. 

Food Friday: An Olive Salad in Ramadan

Summary: during Ramadan, we all looking for a recipe of a…

My Ramadan: The Hindu who loves the holy month

Summary: Being around Muslim friends fasting had an important impact…

The Magic of an Arab Woman’s Kitchen

Summary: This story originally appeared on Arab America website. It is…

7 Halal food to eat to lose weight

Summary: There are the seven halal foods you can eat…

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Saudi Arabian women can drive soon

Saudi Arabia announced that women can attain a driver license starting on June 2018.

The uproar on social media reacting over a decree allowing women in Saudi Arabia to secure driving license by June 2018 was so amazing to watch. Women, both locally and globally, reacted to the announcement with a very big enthusiasm.

War is for ugly, peace is for beautiful

Today is an International Day of Peace. There are number of peace symbols that have been used to celebrate “Peace.” The Dove and Olive Branch was used by early Christians.


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