My Arab Spring My Canada by Qais Ghanem

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A book by Arab Canadians about Arab Canadians written for Arab Canadians, as well as Canadians at large, describing the current situation of immigration into Canada, and speculating on how the Arab Spring might influence the place and role of future generations of Arab Canadians in Canadian society. "In My Arab Spring, My Canada, authors Qais Ghanem and Elie M. Nasrallah have given this country, their country, a valuable gift. This book -- co-authored by a Muslim and a Christian, both of Arab descent, both proud Canadians -- is a pocket guide for those who come from the Middle East as well as a useful reference for those already here. Nasrallah has roots that go all the way back to the Titanic, so these are hardly starry-eyed or discouraged newcomers. They examine immigration from earliest days to today and they look to the future with great optimism."   Roy MacGregor, author of Canadians: A Portrait of a Country and Its People

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Qais Ghanem hosts the CHIN Ottawa 97.9FM radio show Dialogue with Diversity which he created 6 years ago, and which has won four awards. He blogs for Huffington Post, and is an invited regular columnist for Gulf News, Dubai. He has a published a book of poetry, 2 mystery novels: FINAL FLIGHT FROM SANAA, and TWO BOYS FROM ADEN COLLEGE. He co-authored a non-fiction book entitled MY ARAB SPRING, MY CANADA to be launched on 22 October, 2012. He is a VP of the Canadian Authors Association. His website is Michael Nasrallah, born in Lebanon, graduated from Carleton University with an honors degree in political science. He also obtained a Regulatory Law Administration certificate from Algonquin College. He has been practicing since 1988 as a certified immigration consultant.He is a writer and commentator for major newspapers in North America and the Middle East.
Published October 8, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 174 pages
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As the authors posit in their central, overarching question: “[A]re we heading toward a new paradigm, a new phase of shedding that prejudicial state of mind that saw most Arabs as antimodernity, antidemocratic, and anti-assimilation to the mainstream Canadian value system?” Despite occasional edi...

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